Establishing a weed management program is essential to maintaining farm productivity and reducing weed populations. And with the 2020 Spray Early With Confidence Program, you can get the most out of early season applications. Now with additional weed management strategies, broader program availability in new geographies and a broadleaf and grass control guarantee.
We're confident that spraying early can give you the control you need to see success in your soybean fields. However, if you experience less than commercially acceptable performance on labeled weeds* within 30 days after the postemergence application while following all program requirements stated below, Bayer will pay up to $15/acre (up to $10/acre for broadleaf weeds and up to $5/acre for grasses) to assist in a postemergence application on the affected acres (only if respray occurs).
Effective weed management strategy
Increased flexibility for farmers and custom applicators
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Weed control guarantee on both broadleaf and grass weeds — up to $15/acre1
**Eligible States include Colorado, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri (excluding Bollinger, Butler, Cape Girardeau, Dunklin, New Madrid, Mississippi, Pemiscot, Ripley, Scott and Stoddard counties), Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
Based on Court ruling and EPA Existing Stock Order on XtendiMax® Herbicide registration, Bayer has stopped its sale and distribution of XtendiMax® Herbicide. Visit our XtendiMax herbicide updates page to learn the latest www.roundupreadyxtend.com/xtendimaxupdates. Low-volatility dicamba products subject to the ruling include XtendiMax® herbicide with VaporGrip® Technology, Engenia® herbicide and Fexapan® herbicide. These products are pending EPA approval and availability.
***Eligible states include Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri (Bollinger, Butler, Cape Girardeau, Dunklin, New Madrid, Mississippi, Pemiscot, Ripley, Scott and Stoddard Counties ), New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.
Broadleaf weed control with a PRE* followed by Early POST application of XtendiMax® Herbicide with VaporGrip® Technology (22 oz) + Roundup PowerMax® Herbicide (32 oz) + Warrant® Herbicide (48 oz) + an approved DRA at labeled rate
internal TD trial data from 2016-2018*PRE treatment was a combination of two or three unique herbicides from Groups 4, 5, 14 and 15 or Group 14 alone
Consult your dealer for product availability and program requirements. If a farmer experiences less than commercially acceptable
performance on labeled weeds* within 30 days after the postemergence application while following all program requirements stated above, Bayer will pay up to $15/acre (up to $10/acre for broadleaf weeds and up to $5/acre for grasses) to assist in a postemergence application on the affected acres (only if respray occurs). All claims subject to verification by Bayer.
Qualifying seed brands for this program include Asgrow®, Channel®, Fontanelle Hybrids®, Gold Country Seed®, Hubner Seed™, Jung Seed Genetics™, Kruger Seeds™, Lewis Hybrids™, Rea Hybrids™, Specialty Hybrids™, Stewart Seeds™, Stone Seed™ and most other seed brands.****
In order to file a claim, a farmer's authorized Crop Protection Retailer must call 1-844-RRXTEND. A qualifying representative will confirm program requirements were met including application timing, rates and qualifying seed brands. This offer is only applicable for the 2020 growing season. Claims deadline is August 15, 2020. Must notify of claim within 40 days of application.
*On XtendiMax herbicide with VaporGrip Technology label, Warrant Herbicide or Warrant Ultra Herbicide.
****Seed brands that do not qualify for program include Corteva™ affiliated brands, Syngenta® affiliated brands, Stine® Seed, Merschman Seeds® and Credenz® seed.
1 Up to $10/acre for broadleaf weeds and up to $5/acre for grasses if all program requirements are met.
2 Substitute Warrant Herbicide where carryover is a concern or where Warrant Ultra Herbicide is not labeled. Refer to product label for special precautions on use rates by area
and rotational restrictions.
3 Metribuzin required unless in high soil pH of 7.5 and/or higher and low organic matter (0.5%). Refer to product labels for special precautions on use of metribuzin in soybeans in pre-emergence application.
4 Please refer to product labels for specific soil pH restrictions.