The effective use of vegetation management herbicides is essential to controlling target weeds and brush and ensuring environmental, wildlife, and human safety.
As a professional vegetation manager, it is important to understand how weeds develop resistance, and what strategies you can implement to delay resistance.
Resistance is the naturally occurring inheritable ability of some weed biotypes within a given weed population to survive a herbicide treatment that would, under normal use conditions, effectively control that weed population.
Today, Canadian industrial vegetation managers have approximately 8 groups of herbicides available to control target weeds on our industrial sites.
To date, the development of resistant weeds in industrial settings has been limited as a result of the best management practices you have already been implementing:
Leaders in industrial vegetation management for more than 50 years, Corteva Agriscience provides you with the products, tools, and education to help delay resistance.
Our trusted herbicide solutions provide elite control of a broad spectrum of broadleaf weeds, brush and invasive plants.
It’s important to remember the long-term sustainability of herbicides remaining an effective tool to manage vegetation is in your hands.