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Capreno

Capreno
Capreno
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Product Description

Product Information With the longest-lasting residual of any post, Capreno® postemergence corn herbicide delivers season-long control of the toughest weeds to deliver an amazing end-of-season clean. Capreno controls more than 65 grass and broadleaf weeds, including those resistant to glyphosate, PPO, ALS, dicamba and triazine chemistries.Key Benefits •Long-Lasting Residual - Delivers burndown control of labeled grass and broadleaf weeds, as well as residual weed control'longer than the leading postemergence corn herbicides currently on the market'up to canopy. •Reliable, Broad-Spectrum Control - Protects against more than 65 grass and broadleaf weeds, including fall panicum, yellow foxtail, green foxtail and other weeds exhibiting resistance to glyphosate, ALS, PPO, triazine and dicamba chemistries. •Multiple Modes of Action - Strong enough to achieve one-pass weed control. Key Pests •Foxtail, Green •Foxtail, Yellow •Panicum, Fall Registered Crops •Corn

Low Volume.

The low use rate of 3 fl oz/A for Capreno makes it extremely convenient to use, which means there’s less product to handle, it’s easier to ship, it takes less room to store and equals less jugs..

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Early Postemergence through V5.

Capreno can be applied to corn from the V1 through the V5 growth stages. For maximum corn yield, spray weeds before they reach 4 inches in height. While larger weeds can be controlled with Capreno, earlier application will result in better protection of the crop yield from weed competition..

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Adjuvants .

Capreno applied alone requires an adjuvant system of surfactant and fertilizer for optimum weed control. Adjuvant systems should be used when Capreno is applied in tankmixes with herbicides such as atrazine, Liberty® herbicide, glyphosate and Buctril® herbicide. Refer to the Capreno label for recommended adjuvant systems. .

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