Halex GT Celebrates 10 Years of Reliable Performance
This glyphosate-tolerant corn herbicide continues to be a mainstay of weed management programs.
By Mary Rebecca Harakas / Photo by Kayla Smith
Because weed pressures often shift, new herbicide introductions and adjustments are common to farm management practices. But even as it reaches its 10th year on the market, Halex® GT corn herbicide continues to deliver excellent weed control year after year. Specifically designed for glyphosate-tolerant corn, Halex GT is an integral part of weed-resistance management programs. That’s why nine out of 10 growers who try Halex GT say they will use it again.*
The Syngenta program provides growers and retailers with education and local recommendations to help them manage resistant weeds in their areas.
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