Syngenta Canada has launched Talinor, a post emergent cereals herbicide that has a differentiated active ingredient to manage difficult broadleaf weeds, including herbicide resistant weeds, an Oct. 16 news release said.
It is premix liquid formulation of bicyclopyrone and bromoxynil that can be used on spring wheat, durum wheat, and barley, the release said. Talinor has an application range from the two leaf stage through to six leaf three tiller.
“Talinor is an excellent addition to the Syngenta cereals herbicide portfolio because of its reliable control, fast acting performance, and wide application window on both crop and weeds,” Donavan Baer, cereal herbicide product lead with Syngenta Canada, said in the release. “With Talinor, we see an efficient knockdown of broadleaf weeds within a few days of application.”
The release noted that in Western Canada, cereal growers have been grappling with a growing number of resistant broadleaf weeds, including kochia and cleavers.
“Bicyclopyrone, an HPPD inhibitor, will help growers proactively guard against weed resistance,” Rob Klewchuk, technical lead for Western Canada with Syngenta Canada, said in the release. He added Talinor can be paired with a wide list of grass weed tank mix partners, including Axial brand herbicides for one pass grass and broadleaf control.
Talinor will be available in multiple packaging sizes for the 2024 growing season, the release said. For more information on Talinor visit the Syngenta website.