Syngenta Canada launches Talinor herbicide for broadleaf weeds in cereals


Syngenta Canada has launched Talinor, a post-emergent cereal herbicide that brings a differentiated active ingredient to manage difficult broadleaf weeds, including herbicide resistant weeds.

Talinor is a premix liquid formulation of bicyclopyrone (Group 27) and bromoxynil (Group 6) for use on spring wheat, durum wheat, and barley with an application range from the two-leaf stage through to six-leaf/three-tillers.

Donavan Baer, cereal herbicide product lead with Syngenta Canada, says that in Western Canada, cereal growers have been grappling with a growing number of resistant broadleaf weeds, including kochia and cleavers.

Talinor can also be paired with a wide list of grassy weed tank mix partners, including Axial-brand herbicides for one pass grass weed-tank mix partners, he says.

It will be available in multiple packaging sizes for the 2024 growing season.

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