Huskie FX GB 2
Launching Huskie® FX herbicide as the new addition to the Huskie brand family of herbicides for cereal growers in 2021.
Can be applied to a broad spectrum of registered crops, such as spring wheat, winter wheat, sorghum, and barley.
What other offerings does Bayer have to combat the weed issues growers are facing?
Bayer offers Huskie, Huskie FX and Huskie Complete to help combat the weed issues that fits your needs.
Huskie: Strong efficacy against key broadleaf weeds, along with excellent tankmix flexibility enabling the grower to select the most appropriate grass herbicide to address their needs. Strong Resistance Management profile, including herbicide group 6 & 27.
Huskie FX: Broader spectrum broadleaf control, with improved efficacy against key driver weeds, including Kochia. The built-in resistance management of Huskie® FX helps protect the viability of group 4 herbicides (fluroxypyr), while continuing to bring the efficacy growers rely on with the Huskie family of products.
Huskie Complete: Unique combination of groups 2, 27 & 6, wide application window, excellent weed control for both broadleaf and grasses in a single solution.
How does Huskie® FX fit into the Huskie® family of products?
Similarly, to the Huskie® family of products, Huskie® FX works on a broad spectrum of registered crops and is effective against broad-spectrum broadleaf weed.
Huskie FX provides enhanced control against kochia compared to competitors.
Huskie FX is also suitable tank-mix partner.
*Expert may input any anecdotes or examples of how they utilize Huskie® FX for a holistic and efficient operation.
How can growers gain rewards by utilizing Huskie, Huskie FX or Huskie Complete?
Huskie® FX is included in the Bayer PLUS Rewards program – a broad portfolio of high-performance products designed to provide growers with flexibility and rewards on eligible purchases all season long.
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LEGAL: ALWAYS READ AND FOLLOW PESTICIDE LABEL DIRECTIONS. Huskie Complete is a restricted use pesticide. Not all products are registered in all states and may be subject to use restrictions.