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The Corn Field's Most Wanted

Giant Ragweed Giant Ragweed
Ambrosia trifida

This wiseacre is a summer annual that thinks he’s tough. Grows anywhere from 3 to 17-feet tall, branching occasionally. Can be heard laughing at sprayers all across the corn belt.

Palmer Amaranth Palmer Amaranth
Amaranthus palmeri

Also called Palmer pigweed. Sprouts male and female plants. Does a lot of rooting. Known for its irritating high-pitched squeal, pigweed can produce 100,000 to half a million seeds a year.

Marestail Marestail
conyza canadensis

The way her tall, 4- to 6-foot stem branches out in a cluster to resemble a horse’s tail, marestail is aptly named. She’s also known to eat like a horse when it comes to fertilizer.

Waterhemp Waterhemp
Amaranthus tuberculatus

Waterhemp grows both male and female plants, which gives it a remarkable ability to adapt to herbicides. As well as a huge talent for laughing at its own dumb jokes.

With four active ingredients and three effective sites of action, Acuron® herbicide controls the most difficult weeds corn farmers have ever been up against.

Over 1,000 field trials prove bicyclopyrone is the active ingredient responsible for some of the cleanest fields growers have seen in a long time.

Actibe Ingredient Clickable Ingredient Bicyclopyrone

Over 1,000 field trials prove
bicyclopyrone is the active ingredient
responsible for some of the cleanest
fields growers have seen in a long time.

Atrazine
Mesotrione
S-Metolachlor

Estimate your yield upgrade.

STEP 1: Choose a competitor herbicide.

STEP 2: Move the yellow indicator to your average corn yield.

Bu/A 120 120 260
Acuron®

THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN UPGRADING TO ACURON HERBICIDE.

Are weeds laughing at your corn herbicide?

Explore the Acuron® herbicide corn maze. Find the solution to problem weeds.

Upgrade your
Corn Herbicide.

The Corn Field's Most Wanted
Giant Ragweed Giant Ragweed
Ambrosia trifida

This wiseacre is a summer annual that thinks he’s tough. Grows anywhere from 3 to 17-feet tall, branching occasionally. Can be heard laughing at sprayers all across the corn belt.

Palmer Amaranth Palmer Amaranth
Amaranthus palmeri

Also called Palmer pigweed. Sprouts male and female plants. Does a lot of rooting. Known for its irritating high-pitched squeal, pigweed can produce 100,000 to half a million seeds a year.

Marestail Marestail
conyza canadensis

The way her tall, 4- to 6-foot stem branches out in a cluster to resemble a horse’s tail, marestail is aptly named. She’s also known to eat like a horse when it comes to fertilizer.

Waterhemp Waterhemp
Amaranthus tuberculatus

Waterhemp grows both male and female plants, which gives it a remarkable ability to adapt to herbicides. As well as a huge talent for laughing at its own dumb jokes.

With four active ingredients and three effective sites of action, Acuron® herbicide controls the most difficult weeds corn farmers have ever been up against.

Actibe Ingredient Clickable Ingredient Bicyclopyrone

Over 1,000 field trials prove
bicyclopyrone is the active ingredient
responsible for some of the cleanest
fields growers have seen in a long time.

Atrazine
Mesotrione
S-Metolachlor

Estimate your
yield upgrade.

STEP 1: Choose a competitor herbicide.

STEP 2: Move the yellow indicator to your average corn yield.

Bu/A 120 120 260
Silo
Acuron® Silo

THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST IN
UPGRADING TO ACURON HERBICIDE.

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