ADAMA introduces two new rice herbicides: Diverge™ Silk and Diverge™ EC
27 January 2022, US: Introducing ADAMA’s Diverge Silk & Diverge EC. Diverge Silk is a unique herbicide offering rice growers improved quality and handling for reliable weed control with less downtime and application headaches. Diverge EC is a cost-effective, high-quality propanil formulated right here in the US.
Diverge Silk and Diverge EC are propanil herbicides that provide effective control of grasses and broadleaf weeds in rice. Diverge Silk is a novel suspension concentrate formulation that offers rice growers improved quality and handling for reliable weed control without the hassle of clogged up spray tanks or nozzles. Diverge Silk is registered in AR, CA, FL, LA, MO, MS and SC. Diverge EC is a cost-effective, high-quality propanil formulated right here in the US and is only registered for use in AR.
These products add to an already robust rice herbicide portfolio for ADAMA. Over the last several years, we have launched two rice systems in collaboration with RiceTec: Preface™ and Postscript™ herbicides as part of the FullPage™ Rice Cropping Solution and Highcard™ herbicide as part of the Max-Ace® Rice Cropping Solution, as well as two other foundational rice herbicides, Vopak™ 3ME and Zurax™ L.
The National Conservation Systems Cotton & Rice Conference will be held in Jonesboro, AR the last week in January. This event pulls in a great audience consisting of consultants & growers from across the Delta. The ADAMA Mid-South sales and marketing team will be present for this event and can answer any questions around these herbicides and other solutions for rice growers. This is where many growers will learn about our new rice herbicide: Highcard herbicide for the Max-Ace Rice Cropping Solution, along with Diverge Silk & Diverge EC.
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