Syngenta’s Talinor herbicide, for wheat and barley, has received federal registration from the Environmental Protection Agency with state registrations pending and expected to follow shortly.
Talinor contains Syngenta’s newest active ingredient in cereal herbicides, bicyclopyrone, combined with bromoxynil. With its two active ingredients and two modes of action, this new herbicide delivers excellent standalone control of resistant and other difficult-to-control broadleaf weeds, like kochia and Russian thistle, according to Don Porter, herbicide technical product lead at Syngenta.
“Yield-robbing weeds infest wheat and barley fields, compete with crops and can ultimately impact yield potential and crop quality. Talinor helps protect yield and profit potential, while offering growers a new tool to help manage weed resistance,” Porter said.
Porter said Talinor controls troublesome weeds, particularly those resistant to ALS-inhibitor, synthetic auxin and glyphosate herbicides. Benefits include a wide application window, tank-mix compatibility and flexible rotation.