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Cycloxydim active herbicide is a post-emergent herbicide for the selective control of annual and perennial grasses in broadleaf crops. A systemic herbicide, cycloxydim provides post-emergence control of a range of grass weeds and cereal volunteers in a variety of crops, including field beans, peas, sugar beets and potatoes. It is available as Focus® herbicide.

Dicamba active herbicide is a selective, systemic herbicide for post-emergent control of broadleaf weeds. It functions as a plant growth regulator to control weeds in corn, herbicide-tolerant (HT) soybeans and a variety of other food and feed crops. Engenia® herbicide, the newest formulation of dicamba, has the lowest volatility of all dicamba salts for more successful on-target applications. Dicamba is also available as Status® herbicide, Clarity® herbicide and, in South America, as Atectra® herbicide. In Europe, dicamba is available in a number of combination solutions for corn and cereals.

Dimethenamid-p active herbicide provides powerful pre-emergent, consistent residual control of grasses and broadleaf weeds, including problem weeds like waterhemp, pigweed, nightshade and sedges. It delivers control and peace of mind with excellent crop safety in field corn, seed corn, popcorn and soybeans. It is available as Outlook® herbicide and Spectrum® herbicide.

Imazapic active herbicide is a selective herbicide for both pre- and post-emergent control of annual and perennial grasses and some broadleaf weeds. Imazapic is used for weed control in natural areas, particularly with the establishment of native warm-season, prairie grasses and certain legumes. It is available as Cadre® herbicide and Plateau® herbicide.

Imazethapyr active herbicide provides broad-spectrum control of the toughest broadleaf weeds and grasses in alfalfa, beans, peas, peanuts, soybeans and other select registered crops. Imazethapyr offers a wide range of application flexibility as it can be applied as an early pre-plant, pre-plant incorporated, pre-emergent or post-emergent treatment in various crops. It is sold as Pursuit® herbicide (including in countries such as the U.S. and India).

Isoxaflutole active herbicide is a selective herbicide approved for control of certain broadleaf and grass weeds in field corn and soybeans as part of the LibertyLink® GT27™ soybean trait system. Isoxaflutole delivers residual control/suppression of more than 70 grass and broadleaf weeds, including many weeds resistant to other herbicide classes such as glyphosate and atrazine. It is sold as Alite 27™ herbicide.

Metazachlor active herbicide is a residual herbicide used to control broadleaf weeds and annual grasses. It can be applied to sown oilseed rape, vegetable crops such as Brussels sprouts, cauliflowers, cabbage and broccoli. It can also be used on ornamentals, nursery stock, in forestry and on woodland. Metazachlor is typically offered as a mixture product with Quinmerac. It is sold as Butisan® S herbicide.

Pendimethalin active herbicide is a selective pre-emergent herbicide used to control annual grasses and certain broadleaf weeds in several crop and non-crop areas, including residential lawns and ornamentals. Labeled for use in over 70 countries and 120 different crops around the globe, pendimethalin protects crops such as wheat, corn, soybeans, potatoes, cabbage, peas, carrots and asparagus. It is sold as Prowl® H2O herbicide and Stomp® Xtra herbicide (including in countries such as the U.S. and India).

Picolinafen active herbicide is a selective, post-emergence herbicide for use on winter cereals, such as wheat, barley, oats, rye and triticale for control of meadow grasses and annual broad-leaved weeds, including poppies, field pansies, cleavers, wild radish and hedge mustard. Picolinafen acts by disrupting photosynthesis, making the weeds look “bleached” as it begins to work. It is available as PicoPro® herbicide.

Profoxydim active herbicide is a systemic post-emergent herbicide for use in rice in Asia, Latin America and Europe. This selective herbicide controls annual grasses, with suppressive activity on perennials. Profoxydim is available as Aura® herbicide.

Pyroxasulfone active herbicide offers selective, residual weed control up to two weeks longer than other Group 15 herbicides, with a lower use rate. Available in soybeans, corn/maize, cereals, cotton and legumes, it offers broad-spectrum control of small-seeded broadleaf and grass weeds, including resistant Amaranthus species, water hemp, Italian ryegrass and poa.  It is available as Zidua® SC herbicide.

Quinclorac active herbicide provides rice growers with more consistent control of annual grasses, such as barnyardgrass, large crabgrass and broadleaf weeds. With selective activity, quinclorac herbicide provides rice growers with a powerful resistance management tool, increased handling convenience and a flexible pre- and post-emergent application window of before, during or after planting dry-seeded rice. Quinclorac is available as Facet® L herbicide and Drive® XLR8 herbicide.

Quinmerac active herbicide is a synthetic herbicide for selective control of broadleaf weeds, including cleavers, volunteer wheat and shepherd’s purse in cereals and beets. Quinmerac works by inhibiting growth to eliminate weeds. Quinmerac is typically offered as a mixture product with metazachlor. It is sold as Butisan® S herbicide.

Sethoxydim active herbicide is a post-emergent, selective herbicide used to kill and suppress annual and perennial grasses, including crabgrass, downy brome, quackgrass, wild oats and witchgrasses. It is available for use on flax, lentils, dry beans, field peas, canola and in turf and ornamentals. It is sold as Poast® herbicide.

Tritosulfuron active herbicide is used for the pre- and post-emergence control of diverse weeds in a wide variety of plants, including cereals, rice, corn/maize and turf. As a systemic herbicide, it controls a range of broadleaf weeds in cereals and maize. It is sold as Biathlon® 4D herbicide.