Velpar® L Herbicide

Velpar® L Controls Smutgrass, Other Problem Weeds in Perennial Grass

Velpar® L controls smutgrass, an invasive bunch grass that is one of the most problematic weeds in perennial grass pastures, plus other tough weeds in established bermudagrass and bahiagrass stands.

Velpar® L also controls little barley, barnyardgrass, dogfennel, fescue, lespedeza, maypop (passionflower), oxalis, pepperweed and pigweed. When quality forage is in short supply, Velpar® L offers growers a critical advantage in being able to graze or use hay more quickly. Livestock can be grazed on pasture immediately following a broadcast application and treated acres may be cut, dried and fed just 38 days after application. For non-crop and forestry sites, Velpar® L controls key weeds as well as brush and trees.

Velpar® L controls smutgrass in pastures

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INFORMATION & IDEAS

  • Rangeland and Pasture Management

    To help provide the latest information on rangeland and pasture management, DuPont sponsors the Drovers CattleNetwork Pasture & Rangeland Resource Center.

  • Weed Wise for Range & Pasture

    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.

  • Velpar® L controls smutgrass in pastures

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  • Control Invasives for Better Forage

    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.

  • Better 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.

  • Forage Management Tips

    Craig Alford shares forage management tips to help beef producers increase grass per acre, boost overall operation efficiency and increase profit potential.

  • Weather Stress Recovery in Pastures

    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.

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