Nufarm’s Scorch herbicide offers broadleaf weed control

Nufarm introduces Scorch herbicide for U.S. farmers and ranchers combating a broad range of troublesome broadleaf weeds.

Scorch is labeled for use on cereal grains, fallow, field corn, sorghum, range and pasture, and more. With a unique premix of three active ingredients, the herrbicide is specifically designed with glyphosate-resistant and dicamba-tolerant kochia in mind.

It provides excellent control of more than 60 annual and 50 biennial-perennial weeds, including common ragweed, waterhemp, marestail, lambsquarters, and Palmer amaranth.

With true systemic control, Scorch kills weeds above and below the ground instead of just stunting tough broadleaf weeds. Due to its formulation, Nufarm says Scorch works better in challenging cooler weather than other dicamba and 2,4-D herbicides.

A company news release says herbicide-resistant or tolerant weed populations are widespread, and many weed populations are resistant to more than one herbicide. Scorch, with its three active ingredient with a broad range of activity, creates a tool that’s very effective in combatting weeds resistant to glyphosate, dicamba, and ALS-inhibitor herbicides.

Scorch can be applied to growing weeds as an aerial, broadcast, band, or spot spray application, and using water or sprayable fluid fertilizer as a carrier. See the label for complete application timing and rate details.

To download a brochure on new Scorch, click here. To download a photo showing Scorch herbicide’s effectiveness, click here. 

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