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    BASF Zidua« Herbicide Gets Registration for Wheat

    Wheat growers have new class of chemistry to fight Italian ryegrass.

    BASF just announced that Zidua« herbicide
    has received federal registration from the Environmental Protection Agency for spring and winter wheat.

    Zidua herbicide provides wheat growers with a powerful tool to fight tough to control weeds like Italian ryegrass, annual bluegrass and canarygrass. In addition, Zidua herbicide suppresses many broadleaf and grasses in wheat including brome species, wild oat, foxtail species, kochia, pigweed, chickweed, henbit and wild mustard. Zidua herbicide was previously registered only for use in corn and soybeans. Zidua herbicide utilizes a unique class of chemistry ľ pyroxasulfone. More than 10 years of research and field trials by BASF have demonstrated that Zidua herbicide provides excellent residual control of resistant weeds like Italian ryegrass.

    More at http://precisionpays.com/2014/01/bas...ion-for-wheat/


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