Adama's new herbicide, Carbetamide, gives pulse growers more options

Updated July 4 2022 - 1:23pm, first published March 20 2022 - 4:00am
Adama's new mode of action (MoA) for pulses supports growers to implement the WeedSmart strategy to mix and rotate herbicide MoA in cropping systems. Left: Untreated Control (UTC) in lentils. Right: Ultro 900 WG 1.7kg/ha applied IBS in lentils.

THE launch of a new pre-emergent herbicide this season is giving pulse growers more mix-and-rotate options to tackle resistance in key grass weeds.

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