Armezon® PRO Herbicide

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Armezon PRO herbicide is a highly flexible, early postemergence weed control solution that gives growers a safe treatment for all types of corn. It offers market-leading, cross-spectrum control of grasses and broadleaves, as well as long-lasting residual control. It can be applied to actively growing weeds as a band or broadcast application for postemergence control as well as residual control of germinating weed seeds.

Armezon PRO herbicide gives corn growers powerful residual activity that lasts through canopy late in the season. In addition, Armezon PRO herbicide delivers broad-spectrum POST grass and broadleaf weed control. It offers growers and retailers the ability to use MSO, COC or NIS adjuvants.

How Armezon PRO Herbicide Works

Armezon PRO herbicide contains the same active ingredients separately found in Armezon herbicide and Outlook® herbicide, featuring two modes of action for exceptional weed control. Topramezone, the active ingredient in Armezon herbicide, is specially designed with a high intrinsic activity level compared to other HPPD inhibitors, resulting in a low use rate that is about one-third less than most competitive products on the market.

It also offers a wide window of application and gives growers the freedom to easily tank-mix with additional products based on their unique needs. It features a unique chemistry that gives corn growers the upper hand in postemergence management of broadleaf weeds and grasses, and it is ultra-safe on even the most sensitive specialty varieties of corn. Dimethenamid-P, the active ingredient in Outlook herbicide, features powerful, consistent control of grasses and small-seeded broadleaf weeds such as waterhemp, pigweed and nightshade, along with excellent crop safety and application flexibility.

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Labeled Crops

  • Corn
    • Field corn
    • Pop corn
    • Sweet corn
    • Seed corn

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BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED OR SUPPRESSED
Amaranth: Powell and Palmer
Burcucumber
Volunteer canola
Carpetweed
Mayweed chamomile
Common chickweed
Common cocklebur
Dandelion
Hairy galinsoga
Henbit
Horseweed (Marestail)
Jimsonweed; Kochia
Common lambsquarters
Prickly lettuce
Mallow: Venice and common
Morningglory
Mustard
Nightshade: black, Eastern black and hairy
Pigweed: prostrate, redroot, smooth, tumble
Common purslane
Florida pusley
Ragweed: common and giant
Shepherd’s-purse
Prickly sida; Smartweed: ladysthumb and Pennsylvania
Spurge: nodding and spotted
Sunflower: volunteer and wild (common)
Thistle: Canada and Russian
Velvetleaf
Waterhemp: common and tall
GRASS WEEDS AND SEDGES CONTROLLED OR SUPPRESSED

GRASSES
Barnyardgrass
Bluegrass: Annual and rough stalk
Brome: California and downy
Crabgrass: large and smooth
Cupgrass: Southwestern and wooly
Rattail fescue
Foxtail: giant, green, yellow
Goosegrass
Seedling Johnsongrass
Wild proso millet
Panicum: Fall and Texas
Red rice
Italia ryegrass
Sandbur
Shattercane
Broadleaf signalgrass
Witchgrass

SEDGES
Flatsedge rice
Yellow nutsedge

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