Nov. 28, 2017
The Sanson Evo herbicide (Nicosulfuron) is the new alternative for the control of resistant weeds on the second corn crop in Brazil. The pre-launch of the product was held by Arysta LifeScience during the National Second Corn Crop Seminar, which took place between November 21 and 23 in Cuiabá, state of Mato Grosso.
According to the maker, Sanson Evo has a “differentiated formulation.” It is a selective and systemic herbicide, which according to Arysta LifeScience, is “most efficient in combating weeds that are resistant in the second corn crop,” such as the Signalgrass, Amaranthus, Blue morning glory, Sorghum halepense and the Sourgrass.
“We have invested in a product that is already consolidated in the market, with a focus on the technological innovation to offer a new formulation that is capable of bringing absolute selectivity and efficiency in the control of resistant weeds. It is an evolution in the market of herbicides in Brazil,” underlined Sergio Chidi, Products and Markets manager at Arysta LifeScience.
“Arysta is a partner company, which knows the business, and it is committed to finding innovative and reliable solutions. It is the case in Biosolutions that involves the use of sustainable products that respect the environment and bring high productivity,” the executive remarked.
She highlighted that the launch stressed on the Pronutiva program, a solution package that combines crop protection and biosolution technologies.
Chidi emphasized the importance of Arysta’s presence at the seminar. “This event helps Arysta approach the farmers, giving it the opportunity to showcase innovative technologies and their benefits, as well as attend to the necessities and challenges of the field in the best way possible.”