Ease Soybean Weed Worries with a Fall Burndown

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Farmers may start to worry when they see winter annuals emerge postharvest. But it’s often short-lived as their focus quickly turns to other seasonal field work, making weed control an afterthought until spring.

Coaching farmers to instead take action in fall with a burndown application can provide them with numerous benefits, including a more streamlined workload with fewer hours of spring work, better-prepared fields at planting and the opportunity for increased yield potential come next harvest.

Elevore® herbicide is a tool for fall burndown that helps farmers take an aggressive approach to controlling winter annual weeds like marestail and other ALS- and glyphosate-resistant species. If allowed to overwinter, these weeds can grow rapidly as temperatures warm, robbing soil of moisture and nitrogen.

5 Key Benefits of Fall Burndown with Elevore® Herbicide:

  • Controls actively growing winter annuals, including marestail up to 8 inches tall and other ALS- and glyphosate-resistant weeds, such as henbit, lambsquarters and cutleaf evening primrose.
  •  Has a low use rate of 1 ounce per acre, which makes it an excellent fit for fall burndown with customers using reduced- or no-till production systems.
  •  Fights weed resistance with a new active ingredient, Arylex active.
  •  Prevents regrowth of emerged broadleaf weeds for complete control.
  • Easily tank-mixes with commonly used burndown and residual tank-mix partners.

Elevore is labeled for use in soybeans, corn and cotton and is tank-mix-compatible with commonly used burndown and residual herbicide partners, including glyphosate and 2,4-D.

To learn more about how Elevore herbicide can keep your customers’ soybean fields clean, contact your Corteva Agriscience territory manager.  

Elevore® is not registered for sale or use in all states. Contact your state pesticide regulatory agency to determine if a product is registered for sale or use in your state. Arylex is a registered active ingredient. Always read and follow label directions. 


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