We Know How Important Legume and Pulse Crops Are to You
To help you both agronomically and economically to produce healthy, high-yielding, profitable crops, DuPont offers a wide range of herbicides, fungicides and insecticides to protect your peas, beans and lentils.
Legume and pulse crops are often an important part of many growers’ crop rotations and business prospects. Thanks to expanding legume and pulse production, Canada has earned a premier place in the global market for lentils, chickpeas, beans, peas and other pulse crops.
To help you be successful, DuPont brings innovative products like Sortan™ IS herbicide and proven products like Assure® II herbicide to play an important role in protecting pulse crops from yield-robbing weeds.
Our approach to global collaboration continues to produce innovation. DuPont™ Vertisan® and DuPont™ Acapela® are perfect examples of how we are bringing new solutions to help deliver higher yield and quality of your crops.
That’s not all. We’ll keep working to bring you even better products in the future. Our R&D pipeline contains several other promising new products for use in pulse and legume crops as well.
INFORMATION & IDEAS
- Get More From Your Chemfallow
- Crop Solutions Product Guide 2017
Vertisan® - Ascochyta Blight Disease
Under warm, wet conditions, the chickpea disease ascochyta blight can return again and again during the course of a growing season. Stop it with DuPont™ Vertisan® fungicide.
- Gain Control of Foxtail Barley
Pesticide & Container Disposal
A voluntary, industry-led organization and clear best practices give growers clear direction on recycling and disposing of pesticide containers and surplus product. Here are some tips on proper disposal.
Growers Get Tank-Mix Flexibility
New recommendations from the Pest Management Regulatory Agency give growers new options for tank-mixing crop protection products. This allows growers to use unregistered tank mixes subject to some conditions.
- Vertisan® for Pulse Crops
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