Jun. 7, 2018
Tough™ 5EC (Pyridate) is a selective herbicide for post-emergence control or suppression of actively growing annual broadleaf weeds in mint. This product, made of the active ingredient pyridate, is recommended to be used on a wide spectrum of broadleaf weeds with excellent efficacy on difficult to control weeds such as Kochia, Lambsquarters, Pigweeds and Nightshades.
Over the past several growing seasons, herbicide resistant weeds have been negatively impacting mint yields (up to 25%). Mint growers were excited to get this emergency use tool for post-emergent broad leaf weed control in the 2018 season. "We are happy to be part of the efforts to bring Tough to our customers in mint production," Tom Wood, General Manager of Belchim's USA business says. "Thanks to the support of the Mint Industry Research Council, and key university member support in each state, we are able to meet the emergency needs of the mint growers." Belchim globally owns the molecule pyridate and country by country, will continue to support the registration and product development efforts of pyridate based products.
The Section 18 Emergency Use Exemption comes as a result of the efforts of state registration specialists, specialist at the Mint Industry Research Council (MIRC) as well as members of Belchim Crop Protection. State specific labels can be found on the Belchim Crop Protection website, http://www.belchimusa.com/.
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