Gramoxone Inteon herbicide safe, effective

December 2005
Southeast Farm Press;12/21/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 28, p41
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the new Gramoxone Inteon herbicide from Syngenta Crop Protection Inc. The herbicide is reported to be very effective and offers an effective alternative to glyphosate technology. It provides outstanding weed control and an effective weed resistance management tool option. Gramoxone Inteon contains an assortment of new features to improve its safety profile. It reduces the risk of harm from accidental ingestion through the use of a novel formulation based on alginates. In Gramoxone Inteon, alginates have no negative impact on product performance and come into play only in case of accidental ingestion.


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