DuPont has received EPA approval for two more corn herbicides this off-season.
The new corn herbicides are Resolve Q and Require Q. Both feature DuPont Q brand safener technology, which provides corn growers with the flexibility to confidently apply the new herbicides under more diverse weather conditions, across more hybrids, and with a wider range of adjuvants.
DuPont Resolve Q and Require Q herbicides were designed to provide contact plus residual control of tough grass and broadleaf weeds in a glyphosate-tolerant corn program. Resolve Q provides excellent control of many weeds that glyphosate alone struggles with, including morningglory, lambsquarter, and velvetleaf. Require Q features multiple modes of action to provide control of tough weeds that are resistant to glyphosate and/or ALS chemistries.
"Resolve Q and Require Q herbicides offer advanced weed control for today’s toughest weed challenges, including sound management of glyphosate-resistant and/or -tolerant weeds," says James C. Collins, Jr., vice president and general manager, DuPont Crop Protection. "The introduction of these two new herbicides is another example of how DuPont is harnessing its patented, homogeneous blend technology to provide growers with answers to shifting weed control problems faster than ever before."
The announcement follows the introduction of two new herbicide blends in soybeans, Enlite and Envive, as well as a new wheat herbicide, Agility.