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Eliminate in-crop weeds and let profitability grow

It’s time to start planning your in-crop or post-emergent herbicide application, and whether you’re a grower or a retailer, costs can really start to add up during spray season. While we all want to reduce crop stress, we also want to protect margins and get a strong return on our crop input investment. I encourage you to check out these two products from ADAMA. They give you reliable weed control, are easy to use and keep your money in your pocket.

Group 2 Imazethapyr for broad-spectrum weed control

PHANTOM® 240 SL is a broad-spectrum herbicide with residual activity for early post-emergent weed control in pulse crops. It’s popular with non-GMO soybean producers, and it makes an easy tank-mix partner for glyphosate and other common herbicides.

PHANTOM controls these troublesome weeds in the East:

  • Common ragweed
  • Green and yellow foxtail
  • Lamb’s quarters
  • Redroot pigweed
  • Velvetleaf
  • Wild buckwheat

In the West, PHANTOM mows down these opponents:

  • Cleavers
  • Green foxtail
  • Hempnettle
  • Non-Clearfield® volunteer canola
  • Stinkweed
  • Wild oats

Group 1 Clethodim graminicide for pulse and broadleaf crops

ARROW®’s formulation is the leading graminicide for a number of broadleaf crops including canola, alfalfa, flax, lentils, peas and soybeans, as well as a variety of specialty crops. It's an easy fit for almost any weed management program because it has a flexible rate range and wide application window. Plus, you can tank mix ARROW with many other popular herbicides, including glyphosate, Liberty®, Badge® and Lontrel®.

ARROW takes aim at grassy weeds, including:

  • Green and yellow foxtail
  • Wild oats
  • Volunteer crops like corn, wheat, barley and oats

Eliminate weeds this spray season while reducing stress on your crops and your budget. With ADAMA, you get dependable products that do their job and freedom from complex rebate programs. Check out the links below to learn more about PHANTOM and ARROW.