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Wheat herbicide receives full EPA registration

Agriculture.com Staff 08/16/2007 @ 8:01am

Huskie Herbicide, a new broadleaf product for the cereal market from Bayer CropScience, has received approval from the Environmental Protection Agency.

Huskie offers a new mode of action for control of broadleaf weeds in wheat and barley, including resistant and non-resistant varieties of kochia, Russian thistle, China lettuce and wild buckwheat.

Huskie gives wheat the chance to grow free of early season broadleaf competition without crop-rotation restrictions. In addition, it has crop safety with no burning, flashing, shortening or head malformation on applications up to flag leaf.

Huskie Herbicide, a new broadleaf product for the cereal market from Bayer CropScience, has received approval from the Environmental Protection Agency.

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