Flumioxazin registered in Canada
Valent Canada has registered
flumioxazin, the new active ingredient in several of its new
herbicides, with Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency.
February 24, 2009, Guelph, Ont. – Valent Canada has registered flumioxazin, the new active ingredient in several of its new herbicides, with Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency.
Flumioxazin is a member of the protox inhibitor type of herbicides (Group 14), which offers management options for weeds resistant to Group 2 and Group 5 herbicides. Flumioxazin provides residual weed control and burndown when tank mixed with glyphosate. Flumioxazin works by inhibiting production of an enzyme important in the synthesis of chlorophyll.
Products containing flumioxazin will include: Chateau®, SureGuard®, BroadStar™, Payload™ (all distributed by Engage Agro Corporation) and Valtera™ (sold by Valent Canada).
Chateau provides residual weed control in orchards (pome fruit & stone fruit), grapes, strawberries, highbush blueberries, potatoes, asparagus and dry bulb onions.
SureGuard is designed for field grown ornamentals (deciduous and coniferous).
BroadStar controls weeds in container-grown ornamentals.
Payload provides effective season-long industrial vegetation management.
Valtera herbicide is designed for use in soybeans. It has been sold in the U.S. since 2001 under the trade name Valor®.
For more information about Valtera herbicide, Valent Canada or Valent’s full product line, call 519-822-7043, or visit www.valent.ca. For more information about Chateau, SureGuard, BroadStar or Payload, call Engage Agro at 519-826-7878 or visit www.engageagro.com.
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