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Lexar EZ Herbicide

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Product Highlights

  • Powered by Callisto Plant Technology®
  • Three modes of action to decrease dependence on glyphosate
  • Enables one pass weed control in corn with a single product
  • No tank mix partner required for best results
  • Longer lasting residual and greater application flexibility compared to competitive corn herbicides
  • Capsule-suspension formulation technology

Testimonials

 

Nick Nagle“With Lexar EZ, the three modes of action it contains are important. It burns weeds down and keeps them out until we can come back in with a second pass. The application flexibility is important as well. The weather this year set us back a little bit but the Lexar EZ did a good job and kept things clean."

Larry Minzel, Grower, Lincoln, Nebraska



Download Supporting Lexar EZ Documents

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Early Season Weed Management Sell Sheet(PDF)
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Lexar EZ Ohio Testimonials(PDF)
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Lexar EZ Nebraska Testimonials(PDF)
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Lexar EZ Missouri/Kansas Testimonials(PDF)
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Lexar Indiana EZ Testimonials(PDF)
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Lexar EZ Illinois Testimonials(PDF)
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Lexar EZ and Lumax EZ herbicides vs. Corvus herbicide(PDF)
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Lexar EZ, Lumax EZ Presentation(PDF)
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Feed Your Corn, Not Your Weeds(PDF)
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Early Season Weed Control(PDF)
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Syngenta Corn Herbicide Portfolio(PDF)
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Lexar EZ Lumax EZ Rate Comparison Sell Sheet(PDF)
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Lexar EZ Lumax EZ Rate Card(PDF)
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Early Season Weed Control Brochure(PDF)
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Mar 26, 2015

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May 5, 2014

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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 »