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The importance of selecting the proper burndown

To combat herbicide resistance

Your in-crop herbicide strategy is paramount when considering methods to combat resistant weeds, but your resistance strategy should start long before your crops emerge. Effective resistance management starts at a proper burndown, Bob Bruss, director of R&D, North America explains in this white paper. He takes us through:

THE RESISTANCE PROBLEM – How resistance developed and key weeds that are at the forefront of the issue. 

ON-FARM SOLUTIONS – Growers are utilizing chemical and non-chemical practices to combat resistance, including employing multiple modes of action in their program.

THE BURNDOWN FACTORS – Selecting the proper burndown – the right chemistry, at the right time, at the right weed growth stage is critical to an overall weed and resistance management strategy. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

See full white paper for more specific information and the solutions Nufarm offers for a burndown and resistance management program.