Weed Control Without Compromise
One Clean Row at a Time: Tendovo®-treated field in Hull, IA.
Creating a soybean crop protection plan that does not cause additional stress to your crop and your pockets can be challenging. It requires understanding field history and researching how products will interact with other crop protection products and under certain pressures. Soybean herbicides can potentially burn young, vulnerable soybeans under certain weather conditions because of their powerful active ingredients which can limit yield potential.
So, what can you do to keep your fields clean all season long without compromising crop safety? The first step is choosing a quality preemergence herbicide paired with sound agronomic practices.
Tendovo® soybean herbicide helps prepare your soybeans for success by providing a solid foundation for weed control early in the season. When applied early, the plant doesn’t have to compete with weeds for nutrients, light and water, allowing for a faster canopy. Tendovo contains cloransulam, S-metolachlor and metribuzin as active ingredients which offers 3 sites of action to deliver unprecedented weed control and crop safety.
The result: higher potential yields. In university trials, Tendovo helped increase potential yield by 4 to 5 bushels per acre compared to competitive herbicide brands.1
Using Tendovo as a safe, proven preemergence foundation in your weed program gives you clean fields longer for better yield later. Tendovo is raising the preemergence bar one clean row at a time. Push your bushel boundary through weed control without compromise. Contact your retailer or visit SyngentaUS.com/Tendovo to learn more.
12020 – University Trials – HSM050ABC4 – 2020US – IL, AR, MI, OH, MO
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Performance assessments are based upon results or analysis of public information, field observations and/or internal Syngenta evaluations. Trials reflect treatment rates commonly recommended in the marketplace.