Utility Vegetation Management | Corteva Agriscience

Utility Vegetation Management

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Safeguard Utility Infrastructure and the Environment

Incompatible vegetation poses a threat to impact utility infrastructure and adjacent ecosystems. Corteva Agriscience provides products, solutions, support and expertise to enhance electrical transmission reliability and environmental sustainability. 

Products for Utility Vegetation Managers

Find Corteva products manufactured for use on electric transmission rights-of-way, utility substations and adjacent land.

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Enhance Beneficial Wildlife Habitat

Integrated Vegetation Management (IVM) programs featuring selective herbicide applications can be used to manage rights-of-way for habitat biodiversity.

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Utility Vegetation Management

Access this ebook for cost effective solutions to enhance electrical service reliability and environmental sustainability

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Industry Resources

Align your program and communication strategies with the help of these industry resources from Corteva Agriscience. 

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Vegetation Education

Enhance your industry expertise with 8 self-guided trainings and a variety of educational resources.

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Innovative Bareground Control

Working on substations? Find tank-mixing guidance and best practices to enhance bareground results.

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Notify Your Neighbor

Discover communication strategies and key messages to effectively engage landowners and the general public.

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Protecting Utility Sites in the Mountain West

Broadleaf weed control is essential throughout utility substations and right-of-way corridors. In the Mountain West, where diverse landscapes necessitate application flexibility, HighNoon™ herbicide can simplify work for land managers working to achieve various land-use goals.

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