Burndown Application Helps Corn Start and Stay Weed-Free
DuPont™ Alluvex® herbicide provides powerful burndown and residual control of grass and broadleaf weeds in Northern Plains states.
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.
The water-soluble granular formulation mixes easily with a variety of burndown herbicides, including 2,4-D LVE, glufosinate, dicamba, Abundit® Edge (glyphosate) and Breakfree® NXT. For best results, follow Alluvex® mixing guidelines (PDF).
As part of the TruChoice® rewards program, Alluvex® helps growers get the most value from every acre.
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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.