From controlling annual ryegrass (Including populations with weak levels of glyphosate resistance), through to its proven results on other notoriously hard-to-kill weeds, Nufarm’s Terrad’or outperforms other well-established Group 14 spike herbicides.
Rigorously field tested in Australian conditions, Nufarm’s Terrad’or, gives growers the edge they need to assist in managing glyphosate resistance. An excellent mix partner for all non-selective herbicides, it is an invaluable tool when it comes to controlling problem weeds like marshmallow, sow thistle, wild radish and annual ryegrass. Get noticeably faster and better results with Nufarm’s Terrad’or.
Nufarm Terrad’or offers:
Fast and effective control of broadleaf weeds
One of the unique properties of Nufarm’s Terrad’or is its higher activity per gram of active ingredient. This is easily summarised in the below graph. The data from these 6 trials and across annual winter weed species that were present indicates that Nufarm’s Terrad’or has the strongest activity.
True activity on grasses
With glyphosate resistance becoming a wider problem especially with some key grass weeds such as Annual Ryegrass, herbicides with alternative modes of action should be considered. Group 14 actives with grass activity could be useful to help in the management of resistant weeds, if used wisely. There are no recorded cases of weeds resistant to Group 14 herbicides in Australia.
No residual activity, and short plant-backs to key crops
With no residual activity, and short plant-backs to key crops, maximum yield potential can be maintained when using Nufarm Terrad’or.