DuraCor™ 

Herbicide

DuraCor™ has not yet received regulatory approvals; approvals are pending.

DuraCor herbicide is expected to be labeled for control of annual and perennial broadleaf weeds and brush. DuraCor, composed of two active ingredients, is powered by Rinskor active, the first new active ingredient introduced in the Range and Pasture market in nearly 15 years.

Anticipated Benefits

Powered by Rinskor™ Active

Rinskor™ active represents the latest member of the arylpicolinate family of chemistry, a unique and new class of synthetic auxin chemistry within the Herbicide Resistance Action Committee’s Group O category. 

Riskor™ active received the 2018 Green Chemistry Award. 

Convenient, Flexible Application Methods

Easily mixes with UAN

Less tacky when impregnated onto dry fertilizer

Compatible with multiple tank mix partners

Low Use Rate

12 fl oz rate controls most weeds

Non-Restricted

Does not contain 2,4-D or Dicamba

Improved Forage Quality and Quantity

Extended broadleaf control 

Increased activity on hard to control weeds

One jug controls over 140 weeds

Peace of Mind

Combination of Two Reduced Risk Herbicides

Non-Volatile

Low Odor

Safe on Grass

Rinskor™ active received the 2018 Green Chemistry Challenge Award.

The American Chemical Society’s Green Chemistry award, given to companies or institutions that have developed a new process or product that helps protect public health and the environment, is the United States’ most prestigious award program for green chemistry innovations.

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Anticipated Use Sites

Rangeland

Permanent grass pastures, including grasses grown for hay

Conservation Reserve Program (CRP)

Non crop land areas

Timing and Application Methods

Ground Broadcast Application

Spray volumes greater than 10 gallons per acre generally provide better coverage and better control.

Aerial Broadcast Application

Use 3 gallons or more per acre total spray volume. 5 gallons per acre or greater will generally provide better coverage and better control, particularly in dense and/or tall foliage.

High-Volume Foliar Application

High volume foliar treatments may be applied at rates equivalent to a maximum of 20 fl oz per acre per annual growing season.

Spot Application

Spot treatments may be applied at 20 fl oz of DuraCor™ per acre per annual growing season. Spray volume should be sufficient to thoroughly and uniformly wet weed foliage, but not to the point of runoff.

Anticipated Application Timing

Treat when weeds are actively growing and not stressed by drought or other condition. Increase herbicide rate within the labeled rate range as the season progresses and plants become more mature. Higher rates will produce an increase in residual. 

Weed and Feed

Possibility to apply through treated dry fertilizer or mixing into liquid fertilizer.

Anticipated Controlled Weeds

Anticipated to control over 140 broadleaf weeds and woody plants.

  • Amaranth, Spiny (Amaranthus spinosus)
  • Broomweed, Annual (Amphiachyris dracunculoides)
  • Buttercup
  • Caraway
  • Carrot, Wild (Daucus carota)
  • Cocklebur
  • Croton, Woolly (Croton capitatus)
  • Curly dock
  • Horsenettle
  • Ironweed
  • Knapweed
  • Locust, Black (Robinia pseudoacacia)
  • Locust, Honey (Gleditsia triacanthos)
  • Marshelder, Annual (Iva annua)
  • Mullein, Common (Verbascum thapsus)
  • Nightshade, Silverleaf (Solanum elaeagnifolium)
  • Plantain
  • Poison-hemlock
  • Thistle, Canada (Cirsium arvense)
  • Thistle, Musk (Carduus nutans)
  • Wormwood, Absinth (Artemisia absinthium)

Refer to the Product Label for complete product efficacy information.

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State Registrations

  • Registered
  • Unregistered

Technical Specifications

  • Active Ingredient

    Information anticipated to be released in the 2020 time frame.

  • Application Rate

    Information anticipated to be released in the 2020 time frame.

  • Application Timing

    Information anticipated to be released in the 2020 time frame.

  • Application Method

    Information anticipated to be released in the 2020 time frame.

Adjuvant Recommendations

Non-Ionic Surfactant: 0.25% volume per volume (1 to 2 quarts per 100 gallons of spray)

and/or

Methylated Seed Oil: 1.0% volume per volume.

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