Effectively Managing Weed Competition Can Have an Impact on Crop Profitability
DuPont has taken a leadership position in out-of-crop weed control by providing good information along with highly effective pre-seed, chem-fallow and post-harvest products.
Growers who want an agronomic edge the following growing season depend on out-of-crop herbicides to reduce weed populations before the next crop goes in.
The crop may be safely in the bin, but back in your field, weeds keep right on growing. It’s also a great way to spread out your workload.
Depending on your situation, that may mean using pre-seed, chem-fallow or post-harvest applications to deal with various agronomic conditions. There are certain weeds, like narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard or dandelion, that are best controlled in the fall or spring.
The success of an out-of-crop weed control program depends on many agronomic factors. Beyond the reliability of our products, DuPont places the highest value on having knowledgeable people in the field to offer you support and advice.
We invite you to review the materials linked to this page. You’ll find valuable insights into today’s best practices for out-of-crop weed control.
PrecisionPac® Herbicides Packaging
These Alberta wheat growers traded dozens of 40-acre cases for the customized convenience of DuPont™ PrecisionPac® herbicides on their 9,000-acre farm. PrecisionPac® saves them time and hassle during a busy spray season.
INFORMATION & IDEAS
- Crop Solutions Product Guide
- Clean Fields Next Spring Start This Fall
- 2017 FarmCare® Connect Grower Program
- Pre-seed Weed Resistance Management
- Get More From Your Chemfallow
Solumax® - Effective Weed Control
Dry herbicides are compact and easy to handle. Liquid herbicides are easy to mix and clean out of your tank. With herbicides Powered by DuPont™ Solumax® soluble granules, you can get the best of both worlds.
- Benefits of Solumax®
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.
The information provided on this website is for reference only. Always refer to the product labels for complete details and directions for use.