Alluvex™ Herbicide

Burndown Application Helps Corn Start and Stay Weed-Free

DuPont™ Alluvex™ herbicide helps corn growers in Northern Plains states give corn the best start with powerful burndown and residual control of grass and broadleaf weeds.

Alluvex encourages strong stand establishment by preparing a clean seedbed and protecting young corn plants from early weed competition.  Tank-mixed with a glyphosate burndown program, Alluvex delivers reliable control even under cool spring conditions, letting growers in Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota get a jump on the season.

Powerful Partner for Broad-spectrum Control
Alluvex contains two active ingredients for better burndown and extended residual control. It is translocated and absorbed by roots and foliage, rapidly inhibiting growth of susceptible weeds.

Pairing Alluvex with glyphosate lets growers tackle many grass and broadleaf weeds that can interfere with stand establishment. Key weeds controlled include volunteer alfalfa, dandelion (6-inch diameter), common lambsquarters, common buckwheat, volunteer canola (excluding Clearfield varieties) and mustards, plus suppression of field bindweed and Canada thistle.

Partnering Alluvex with dicamba helps control ALS-resistant kochia.

Tank-Mix Compatible
The water-soluble granular formulation mixes easily with a variety of burndown herbicides, including 2,4-D LVE, glufosinate, dicamba, Abundit® Extra (glyphosate) and Breakfree® NXT.  For best results, follow Alluvex mixing guidelines.

As part of the TruChoice® rewards program, Alluvex helps growers get the most value from every acre.

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  • TruChoice® Program: Northern Plains

    DuPont™ TruChoice® Northern Plains rewards growers with access to local agronomic expertise, an unmatched crop protection and seed portfolio, purchase advantages and competitive financing.

DuPont™ Breakfree® NXT herbicide is a restricted-use pesticide. The information provided on this website is for reference only. Always refer to the product labels for complete details and directions for use.