Corteva announces 4 new crop protection products

Corteva announces 4 new crop protection products

These are Enversa, Tolvera, Utrisha P and Kyro

  • By ICN Bureau | March 14, 2023

Corteva Agriscience announces four new crop protection products that will meet a wide range of farmer needs, from powerful weed control to cutting-edge nutrient management. The new solutions include three herbicides and a biological, and will protect a variety of crops, including corn, soybeans and cereals. These are Enversa, Tolvera, Utrisha P and Kyro.

“At Corteva, we like to say, ‘When farmers succeed, everyone wins.’ It’s our job to bring farmers the tools they need to succeed. These four solutions can help pave the way for their successes – and wins in future growing seasons,” said Aaron Smith, U.S. product manager, soybean herbicides, Corteva Agriscience. “Enversa herbicide is a new, proprietary formulation a decade in the making. Corteva scientists worked tirelessly to develop our encapsulation that is unique in the market. The herbicide will drive to the soil surface, providing several weeks’ residual weed control and minimal crop response.”

“When it comes to corn weed control, Kyro herbicide will offer farmers three modes of action in one convenient premix. This is an innovative solution to help control glyphosate- and ALS-resistant weeds — and to help prevent future resistance from developing,” said Kelly White, U.S. product manager, corn herbicides, Corteva Agriscience.

“Being able to offer a new active ingredient for the cereals market is incredibly exciting. This new mode of action will make Tolvera herbicide an incredibly valuable tool for cereals farmers to combat weed resistance,” said Breanna Thompson, U.S. product manager, cereals herbicides, Corteva Agriscience.

“Utrisha P is an exciting solution for farmers across a large crop spectrum. Phosphorus is an essential nutrient that can be difficult for plants to take up on their own.  In addition to Utrisha P stimulating mobilization of phosphorus in the soil, helping crops take up the nutrient, the new biological also increases crop root growth for better access to other nutrients and water for enhanced plant health and higher grain production, ultimately leading to greater yield potential,” said Brandon Emery, U.S. product manager, biologicals, Corteva Agriscience.

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