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Callisto Herbicide

Product Overview

Callisto® is a herbicide for control of annual broadleaf weeds in field corn, seed corn, yellow popcorn, sweet corn and other labeled crops. Powered by mesotrione, an HPPD mode of action and the foundation of Callisto Plant Technology®, Callisto delivers unmatched contact and residual control of the toughest broadleaf weeds, flexible application timing and excellent crop safety.

Product Highlights

  • Unmatched residual broadleaf weed control 
  • Superior control of tough broadleaf weeds while providing exceptional crop safety 
  • Flexible application timing 
  • The foundation of Callisto Plant Technology 

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Callisto vs. Competitors Sheet(PDF)
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Callisto Plant Technology Sheet(PDF)
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Callisto: Tank Mix Partner of Choice(PDF)
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Callisto Weed Management in Corn(PDF)
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News

Jun 19, 2015

Very warm temperatures may decrease efficacy of HPPD-inhibitor herbicides

When a herbicide isn't controlling its target weed as it should, the first thing most producers suspect is that the weed has become herbicide-resistant. This may be the case. But environmental conditions or application methods could also be at play. Read more on the role of environmental conditions from this Agronomy e-Update article.Read more »


Dec 3, 2012

Farmers Find Success in Overlapping Residual Corn Herbicides

Managing herbicide-resistant weeds is a growing concern across the Midwest, and farmers are realizing that incorporating multiple modes of action is no longer an option, it is a necessity. Read more »


Jan 20, 2012

Corn Rotation on Fields with Heavy Glyphosate-Resistant Palmer Amaranth Seed Bank

What is the best herbicide for corn that is being planted into fields with overwhelming Palmer amaranth soil seed bank? There are two key aspects to manage heavy GR Palmer infestations in corn. First is to use at least two herbicides with good activity on Palmer amaranth. The second is to use these herbicides in a split application. Read more »