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TotalSol® soluble granule technology helps avoid herbicide problems like poor tank mixing, uneven application and messy cleanup.
Count on DuPont is a promise to be there for you — today and in the future. It’s our commitment to helping you succeed for the long term. And it's your assurance that you're getting the tested and proven quality of our crop protection products, the support and program you can rely on, and our in-depth knowledge of local crop protection concerns.
Since 2000, the Crop Protection Plus® product cost replacement program has helped more than 5,100 growers recover lost herbicide costs on nearly 2.5 million acres.
Growers can turn to DuPont™ Assure® II herbicide, DuPont™ Express® herbicide and the DuPont™ ExpressSun® trait system for even more protection.
DuPont is committed to helping customers succeed by providing high-quality, proven sulfonylurea herbicides; exceptional support and programs; and in-depth knowledge of local crop production concerns.
DuPont™ Crop Protection Plus® is a product cost replacement program for growers in Colorado, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming who apply DuPont™ Assure® II herbicide to canola, chickpeas (garbanzo beans), crambe, dry beans, dry and succulent peas, dry lentils.
Proactive planning, implementing best management practices and choosing the right products can help prevent herbicide-resistant weed populations. Review these tips.
Growers describe how the DuPont™ Crop Protection Plus® product cost replacement program helps them manage weather and other uncertainties in cereal crop production.
The DuPont™ Crop Protection Plus® program is helping provide peace of mind for producers in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming. To participate, growers much purchase and apply Assure® II or Express® herbicides to a qualifying crop. If that crop is destroyed by drought, frost, freeze, flood, hail or fire, DuPont will provide product cost-replacement credit at their local retailer where the product was purchased, in the amount of the in-season purchase used to treat the lost areas.