DuPont™ Revulin® Q combines two proven active ingredients in a dry-flowable formulation for dependable postemergence weed control. It delivers excellent crop safety in seed corn and specialty cornfields.
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Early postemergence applications of Revulin® Q herbicide control broadleaf and grass weeds in corn grown for seed, sweet corn, yellow popcorn, and field corn grown for silage or grain. Revulin Q effectively controls fall panicum, woolly cupgrass, johnsongrass, foxtails, crabgrass, lambsquarters, pigweeds, ragweeds and more.
With two active ingredients, nicosulfuron and mesotrione, and two modes of action, Revulin Q is classified as a Group 2 and Group 27 herbicide. (HRAC mode of action classification, Weed Science Society of America). Combining multiple modes of action supports resistance management by preventing weed escapes and the spread of resistant weed biotypes.
The dry-flowable formulation means farmers and applicators spend less time measuring and tank-mixing, which saves time and effort. Fewer jugs to haul to the application site and then dispose of also helps farmers and applicators accomplish more during the busy application season.
Corn, Field, For Seed (Zea mays ssp. mays)
Corn, Field, For Silage (Zea mays ssp. mays)
Corn, Field (Zea mays ssp. mays)
Corn, Pop, Yellow (Zea mays ssp. Mays)
Corn, Sweet (Zea mays ssp. mays)
This product delivers effective weed control against the following:
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Revulin® Q herbicide, which contains the active ingredients nicosulfuron and mesotrione, is both a Group 2 and a Group 27 herbicide based on the mode of action classification system of the Weed Science Society of America.
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