Abundit® Edge Herbicide (Glyphosate): Proven Value On Grass and Broadleaf Weeds
DuPont™ Abundit® Edge herbicide (glyphosate) controls grass and broadleaf weeds in glyphosate-tolerant corn, soybeans, cotton, alfalfa, canola and sugar beets, plus reduced tillage and fallow systems.
Abundit® Edge (glyphosate) offers proven control of more than 100 annual and perennial grass and broadleaf weeds. Abundit® Edge can be applied as a preplant burndown application in the fall or spring; preemergence burndown; and postemergence to glyphosate-tolerant crops.
Abundit® Edge has a user-friendly potassium salt glyphosate formulation that makes it easy to mix and apply and does not typically require additional surfactants. Tank-mix compatibility with other crop protection products adds flexibility for controlling grass and broadleaf weeds, while reducing the number of trips across the field.
Abundit® Edge offers excellent crop safety with no soil residual activity and is rainfast one hour after application.
Abundit® Edge herbicide, along with DuPont customer service and sponsored programs, delivers on the promise to go beyond crop protection to make every acre count from seed to harvest.
Realm® Q Herbicide for Early Postemergence
Realm® Q herbicide has multiple modes of action to give you a stronger early postemergence weed-control ally when fighting broadleaf weeds in corn. Delivering contact plus residual control, you can apply Realm® Q early and still conquer later-emerging weeds like waterhemp even glyphosate-resistant weeds.
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