- Preemergence control of many important herbicide resistant weeds
- Group 7 mode of action different from metribuzin and atrazine (Group 5)
- Safe on crop when label directions followed
The over-use of popular herbicides such as glyphosate, triazines and others has led to the development of dozens of weed biotypes that are now resistant to these chemistries.
To combat this resistance in crops such as carrots, asparagus, celery, pulse crops and others, trust LOROX agricultural herbicide from NovaSource. LOROX provides effective control of more than 20 broadleaf weeds and grasses. It is a Group 7 herbicide that contains the active ingredient linuron. Because it provides a different mode of action than other popular herbicides, LOROX can be an important tool to break the cycle of herbicide resistant weeds.
To learn more about herbicide resistance and discover the various modes of action of popular herbicide products, see the Herbicide Classification Guide link in the column to the right, or contact us.