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Corteva’s new herbicide Loyant granted emergency registration for rice in Spainqrcode

Apr. 24, 2020

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Apr. 24, 2020
Corteva Agriscience is offering farmers the new and innovative herbicide, Loyant®, a post-emergency product for rice cultivation, due to an exceptional registration granted for the 2020 campaign, in accordance with Article 53 of Regulation (EU) 1107/2009.

Loyant® is the first formulation developed by Corteva Agriscience based on the active substance, Rinskor™ active (florpyrauxifen-benzyl), a member of the new arylpicolinate chemical family that offers a novel and alternative mode of action for controlling broadleaf, sedge and grass weeds in rice cultivation.

Therefore, weed control programs that include resistant species and are based on Rinskor ™ active will help protect crops and make them more profitable. With its wide spectrum of action, high flexibility of use, and favorable effects on the environment, Loyant® is an indispensable tool for improving plantations in a sustainable way.

Daniel Giraldo (Category Marketing Manager of Crop Protection of Corteva Agriscience) highlighted the importance of the product to the sector for the benefit of farmers, stating, “Rice cultivation is a priority of Corteva. Throughout its history, the company has developed new solutions that have improved and helped farmers in protecting crops, and, therefore, improving profitability. ”

Corteva works at technical, agronomic and regulatory levels to offer Spanish and European farmers various solutions that are adaptable to the new needs of the sector.

The original Spanish version of this piece is from Corteva.

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