Resistance Management, Lasting Control of Broadleaf Weeds in Soybeans
Trivence® herbicide gives soybean growers a new herbicide resistance management tool. Multiple effective modes of action provide effective burndown control and extended residual activity on tough broadleaf weeds in soybeans.
Applied preplant or up to three days after planting soybeans, Trivence® offers multiple production benefits.
Resistance Management Tool
With three modes of action, Trivence® helps preserve the efficacy of existing herbicide options when used in a strategic weed-control program. The right combination of active ingredients helps tackle the toughest broadleaf weeds, keeping fields clean well after soybean planting and supporting uniform crop emergence.
Consistent Weed Control
Trivence® provides reliable control of the most challenging broadleaf weeds in soybeans, including Palmer amaranth, marestail, waterhemp, giant ragweed, morningglory and lambsquarters.
Cool, wet spring conditions don’t have to hold up seedbed preparation. Trivence® delivers excellent burndown and residual performance even in challenging situations.
Trivence® pairs easily with a variety of tank-mix partners for enhanced weed control and herbicide resistance management. Trivence® can be mixed with products such as metribuzin or pyroxasulfone to enhance broadleaf weed control, with pendimethalin or pyroxasulfone for grass control; or with Abundit® Extra herbicide (glyphosate) or paraquat and/or 2,4-D for broad-spectrum burndown before planting. Check the Trivence® label for details on tank-mix partners and mixing instructions.
As part of the TruChoice® rewards program, Trivence® helps soybean growers get the most value from every acre.
In a side-by-side trial, Illinois soybean grower found Trivence® outperforms the competition for waterhemp control. Multiple modes of action provide powerful contact control and lasting residual activity, supporting weed resistance management.
USES AND APPLICATIONS
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