Surveil® herbicide offers soybean farmers the convenience of having two powerful active ingredients — flumioxazin and cloransulam-methyl — together in one easy-to-use premix. The premix offers easy mixing and handling characteristics and proven weed control that farmers can count on to battle resistant and hard-to-control broadleaf weeds. Surveil can be applied from preplant up to three days after planting, before emergence.
Surveil® herbicide offers the convenience of having two powerful active ingredients — flumioxazin and cloransulam-methyl — together in one easy-to-use premix. Cloransulam-methyl gives Surveil strong residual power, providing exceptional preemergence weed control.
The stand-alone premix formulation dissolves quicker than the competition when added to water. That means better coverage and more effective control of even the sneakiest herbicide-resistant weeds. Apply preplant or three days after planting, before soybeans emerge.
Surveil provides a nine-month plant-back rotation to cotton, dry beans, rice or sorghum, so there’s the option to plant high-value crops next season, even if a soybean crop got in late this year.
This product delivers effective weed control against the following:
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Preemergence residual of Surveil® herbicide protects soybean fields from today’s high-anxiety weeds such as common ragweed, Palmer amaranth and lambsquarters. As a stand-alone premix formulation, Surveil not only provides effective weed control, but a new level of ease for soybean growers. Products mentioned in this video may not be available in all areas. Please check with local regulatory authorities to determine if a product is registered for sale and use in your area.
For preplant and preemergence control of certain weeds in Herbicide-tolerant and conventional soybeans.
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