INFORMATION & IDEAS
Balancing FERC compliance, public concern and delivery of safe, reliable power. Read more from Electric Energy T&D.
Strategies that control vegetation to boost crew productivity and promote public safety or control weeds and brush to improve forage and protect land and livestock investments.
More herbicide-resistant weeds means applicators must find better ways to keep tough weeds under control at utility sites. This applicator is winning the battle, improving site safety and reducing client concerns.
Fall herbicide applications can help maintain year-round roadside visibility for greater safety, limit spring weeds and extend mowing cycles.
Producing more desirable grass improves cattle performance, increases revenue per acre and supports long-term return on investment. This issue focuses on strategic weed control as one key to effective pasture management.
Winter provides necessary downtime for pastures and a good opportunity to consider new strategies for gaining more from your land and input investments in the year ahead.
In “Weed Wars” by BEEF magazine, learn how strategic weed control has helped Star Lake Cattle Ranch achieve better pasture, despite challenges.
Take stock of brush control concerns along rights of way before spring regrowth. Experts suggest strategic herbicide programs for effective control of fast-growing species.
Strategic herbicide selection and application timing support effective brush management plans that meet the needs of utilities, landowners, public users and natural habitats.
Invasive and noxious weeds rob grazing value from pasture and rangeland by outcompeting native vegetation for sunlight, soil moisture and nutrients. DuPont Crop Protection has valuable information and products to help manage these weeds and restore desirable species to your land.
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 land management products, the support and program you can rely on, and our in-depth knowledge of local crop protection and land management concerns.
Effective vegetation management with IVM programs along utility rights of way is vitally important as utility companies face immense pressure to avoid outages and deliver safe, reliable energy.
Well-planned herbicide applications deliver vegetation control along utility rights of way and other sites to ensure reliable power distribution and worker safety.
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.
Fall is the perfect time to control roadside weeds. Treatments at key times in weed growth cycles maximize control and make work crews more efficient to help protect public safety.
Craig Alford shares forage management tips to help beef producers increase grass per acre, boost overall operation efficiency and increase profit potential.
Velpar® L herbicide delivers effective smutgrass control with reduced grazing restrictions for more forage production and better pasture management.
Balancing public and crew safety with roadside weed control is an ongoing challenge for DOT managers. Learn how several roadside managers use current products and techniques to tackle weed issues and meet roadside safety challenges.
Fuel costs can take a big bite out of roadside and maintenance budgets. Selective herbicide programs help reduce fuel, labor and equipment costs and increase VM crew productivity.
Balance roadside vegetation control costs with shrinking budgets by implementing strategic herbicide applications that will benefit productivity and protect the safety of workers and the public.
Deliver safe, reliable power while keeping maintenance budgets under control with an integrated vegetation management program that includes strategic herbicide applications.
Lineage® ClearStand® herbicide controls the vegetation that robs moisture, sunlight and nutrients, resulting in larger, higher-quality pine trees that bring better profits.
“Growing Pains” by Better Roads magazine: What happens when budget shortfalls cut back vegetation management? ROW weed management takes a new direction when DOT teams face shrinking budgets.
Utility managers can use herbicidal control to significantly reduce costs and increase efficiency as part of an integrated vegetation management (IVM) plan for utility brush control.
Controlling weeds and brush is critical to maintaining safe roadways and effective utilities delivery, as well as protecting the people who maintain and provide those services. DuPont Crop Protection has valuable information and products for selective weeding, brush control and bareground management.
Strategic herbicide applications can help utility managers reduce costs by preventing vegetation re-sprouts and controlling brush species at their roots.
Protecting native vegetation and geosynthetics provide a one-two punch against roadside erosion and help contain costs. Read more from Public Works.
Product stewardship requires collaborating with land managers and industry partners to address emerging needs for the products and services DuPont supplies. An important component of stewardship is training. The DuPont Crop Protection Land Management Learning Series has been developed to address best stewardship practices in the day-to-day use of pesticide products.
Strategic grasshopper control can protect forage acres from losses due to hungry grasshoppers. DuPont range and pasture specialist Gerald Hobson describes grasshopper control measures in this article published by Progressive Forage Grower magazine.
Invasive weeds in wildlife areas threaten habitat, rob wildlife of valuable food and more. DuPont Land Management is developing invasive weed control solutions for these critical areas.
Wildfires and drought conditions throughout the country can set the stage for an influx of invasive weeds. DuPont Crop Protection has valuable information and products to help you manage invasive and noxious weeds, and restore native species to your land.
DuPont™ Rynaxypyr® insect control quickly controls important Lepidoptera pests and other selected species, keeping populations in check to maximize yields.
An increase in weather-based events has impacted utilities’ ability to deliver power to customers. Nelson Money explains strategies for storm hardening power distribution networks.
Heavier summer traffic brings increased responsibility for managing vegetation. Strategic summer weed control in an integrated vegetation management program can help create safer summer roads.
Sustainable utility vegetation management helps maintain safe, reliable power. Read more from Transmission & Distribution World.
The DuPont TankMix Calculator Application lets you quickly and easily calculate product amounts for your field or tank size. A demonstration video shows you how.
DOT and county pest control managers in Michigan and Colorado offer tips for how to stretch VM budgets with innovative selective weeding and bareground vegetation management programs.
Land managers have more options for controlling challenging weeds and brush while protecting public safety. DuPont has introduced DuPont™ Perspective®, DuPont™ Streamline® and DuPont™ Viewpoint® to improve performance and productivity of land management programs.
DuPont™ TruChoice® Southern Plains rewards growers with access to local agronomic expertise, an unmatched crop protection and seed portfolio, purchase advantages and competitive financing.
Utility IVM (integrated vegetation management) has evolved as an industry standard. Nelsen Money describes how far the industry has come and predicts the strategies needed for future success.
Find information on utility vegetation management to help maintain site safety and free-flowing energy at the Transmission & Distribution World Vegetation Management Resource Center sponsored by DuPont.
Recent drought in the South and floods in the North spell unique challenges for pasture and range management. Well-timed spring weed control is critical to helping pastures recover.
Weed Wise helps industrial and utility land managers control vegetation and improve crew productivity to promote public safety.
Weed Wise helps managers of rangeland and pasture acres control invasive weeds and brush to improve hay and forage quality and protect land and livestock investments.