Aim EC pre-seed herbicide reduces weed competition controlling a number of troublesome weeds including glyphosate tolerant varieties. Producers get a quicker burn down with the addition of Aim EC with the flexibility of seeding immediately after application, including canola and lentils.
Authority 480 is a pre-plant/pre-emergence solution for broadleaf weed control. It can be applied with or without glyphosate and will alleviate pressure from the first flush of weeds and help make post emergent weed control more effective. Authority 480 herbicide’s broad spectrum control and excellent crop safety make it an ideal component in an IP program.
Authority 480 provides excellent residual activity on challenging weeds like kochia, redroot pigweed, lamb’s quarters, wild buckwheat and cleavers. Give your crop the clean start that it deserves with Authority 480.
Authority Charge has two active ingredients, sulfentrazone and carfentrazone. It delivers long lasting residual weed control while providing an excellent burndown of a broad spectrum of troublesome weeds.
Authority® Supreme has longer lasting residual control of key grass and broadleaf weeds. Its group 14 and 15 chemistry helps to slow the development of resistant weeds, including group 2,5 and 9 resistant weeds. Authority Supreme fits both herbicide-tolerant and Identity-Preserved (IP) soybeans and comes in a convenient, easy to use, liquid formulation.
Authority® Supreme is a group 14 and 15 soil-applied, pre-emergent herbicide that provides extended control on grassy and broadleaf weeds like green or yellow foxtail, downy/Japanese brome, suppresses resistant wild oats and controls kochia and cleavers. It has been tested in a wide variety of soil and environmental conditions over several years, and has been proven to perform consistently.
Pounce 384EC insecticide features broad spectrum control and delivers excellent residual activity versus other pyrethroids. This proven and highly effective chemistry controls insects in potatoes, vegetables and numerous other crops.