Tested Tank Mix Adjuvants
Weed resistance (mainly broadleaf) to glyphosate has been widely documented. The products listed below are USDA and EPA approved cropping systems to combat and control resistant weeds.
Enlist One® Herbicide with COLEX-D® Technology by Corteva Agriscience
Enlist One herbicide contains Colex-D, a new formulation of 2,4-D choline. Enlist One can utilize an AMS or non-AMS water conditioner and has no pH restrictions.
Enlist Duo® Herbicide with COLEX-D® Technology by Corteva Agriscience
Enlist Duo herbicide contains Colex-D, a new formulation of 2,4-D choline and glyphosate. Enlist Duo can utilize an AMS or non-AMS water conditioner and has no pH restrictions.
Engenia® Herbicide by BASF Corporation
BASF has a bapma salt dicamba formulation for the Xtend® cropping system called Engenia. Engenia is a dicamba-only formulation that can be tank-mixed with glyphosate. Engenia requires a non-AMS water conditioner, a pH of 5.5 or greater, and can only be used with approved drift reduction agents. Engenia may be volatile.
XtendiMax® Herbicide with VaporGrip® Technology by Bayer Cropscience
Bayer incorporated one component of the three enzymes into the genome of soybean, cotton and other broadleaf crop plants, making them resistant to dicamba. Bayer has marketed their dicamba resistant crops under the brand name XtendiMax. Bayer's dicamba formulation is based off dicamba diglycolamine salt with some modification to reduce vapor drift/volatility movement to off-target areas. XtendiMax requires a non-AMS water conditioner, a pH of 5.5 or greater and can only be used with approved drift reduction agents. XtendiMax may be volatile.
Tavium® Herbicide plus VaporGrip® Technology by Syngenta
Tavium is the Syngenta dicamba herbicide premix that manages key broadleaf and grass weeds in dicamba-tolerant soybeans and cotton. Through two effective sites of action, it delivers both contact control to manage the weeds you see and residual control to help protect against the weeds you don’t see yet.