- Preemergence control of many important herbicide resistant weeds
- Group 7 mode of action differs from metribuzin and atrazine (Group 5)
- Safe on crop when label directions are followed
Weed resistance to glyphosate, triazines and other overused herbicides is an ever-increasing problem for crop producers.
LOROX L agricultural herbicide is an important tool for Canadian growers faced with combatting resistant weeds. LOROX L, which is a Group 7 herbicide, provides a different mode of action versus ALS inhibitor herbicides (Group 2) and a different behavior mechanism versus triazines (Group 5). This makes it an invaluable tool in controlling herbicide resistant weed populations.
LOROX L offers pre-emergence and burndown control with flexible plant back restrictions. It is registered for use on potatoes, carrots, soybeans, and other specialty crops in Canada. It provides broad-spectrum control of dozens of tough to control grasses and broadleaf weeds.
For more information about the modes of action of popular herbicide brands and tips on managing weed resistance, click on the “Registry of Herbicide Resistant Weeds” link in the right column, or contact us.