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Arysta LifeScience North America launches EVEREST 3.0 herbicideqrcode

Nov. 3, 2017

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Arysta LifeScience North America recently introduced EVEREST 3.0 Herbicide, the patent-pending formulation with built-in safener technology.

“EVEREST 3.0 changes the game for weed control in spring, durum and winter wheat,” said Chad Effertz, Head of Research and Development, Arysta LifeScience. “With greater stability of the product’s active ingredients, wheat growers will note enhanced performance in weed control, longer shelf life for the product and unsurpassed ease of use.”

Even Tougher on the Toughest Weeds
The new carrier technology in the patent-pending EVEREST 3.0 formulation helps growers get rid of even the hardest-to-kill weeds, including:
•    yellow foxtail,
•    wild oat,
•    green foxtail,
•    bromes,
•    barnyard grass, and
•    rattail fescue.

Easier to Use
With low use rates and best-in-class crop safety, the highly concentrated formula of EVEREST 3.0 now features unsurpassed ease of use.
“Arysta LifeScience listened when wheat growers said that with no-till farming and the ever-changing climate, they are fighting a different grass weed spectrum today than years before. They needed a better, more comprehensive, broader-spectrum solution on hard-to-kill weeds,” Effertz added. “While the formulation in EVEREST 3.0 may be new, growers will get the same, dependable Flush after flush control of key grass and broadleaf weeds with this herbicide. It’s a highly concentrated formula with a new ultra-low use rates partnered with application and tank-mix flexibility. It’s no wonder wheat growers call it the best Group 2 herbicide out there.”

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