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New Bayer herbicide registered by EPA

TriVolt provides protection against grass and broadleaf weeds.

Bayer has announced TriVolt herbicide following it’s EPA registration. The selective corn herbicide provides built in resistance management with high levels of weed control.

TriVolt features three active ingredients: Thiencarbazone (Group 2), Flufenacet (Group 15), and Isoxaflutole (Group 27). This combination provides burndown and residual activity for up to eight weeks though various weather conditions.

“We are excited to add TriVolt corn herbicide to our broad portfolio solutions. Weeds are almost always a constant threat,” says Robert Schrick, Bayer Crop Protection Strategic Business Lead, in a news release. “TriVolt can help growers ensure they start with clean fields and stay clean by getting ahead of weeds before they can compete with their crops.”

Bayer recommends TriVolt applications at preplant and pre-emergence, with flexibility to be applied at early post-emergence. When tank-mixed with Atrazine, TriVolt delivers 4 different sites of action to help combat troublesome grass and broadleaf weeds.

“Maintaining clean fields has to start with weed control,” Schrick said. “Implementing a strong, integrated weed management program with multiple sites of action can help growers mitigate challenges with resistance. We are proud to offer growers another tool in the fight against weeds with TriVolt herbicide.”

TriVolt is pending approval in some states. 

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