Willowood USA Adds Clethodim 2EC To Its Product Offering.

Willowood USA announced today the company has received EPA and several state registrations on its new herbicide Willowood Clethodim 2EC. Production of Willowood USA’s Clethodim 2EC will begin immediately with product being available through distribution by mid-May.

Willowood USA announced today the company has received EPA and several state registrations on its new herbicide Willowood Clethodim 2EC. Production of Willowood USA’s Clethodim 2EC will begin immediately with product being available through distribution by mid-May.

Willowood Clethodim 2EC herbicide controls a wide range of the toughest annual and perennial grasses in soybeans, potatoes, sugarbeets, sunflowers, and many other crops. Willowood Clethodim 2EC also improves the profitability of Roundup Ready corn-soybean rotations by controlling volunteer Roundup Ready corn flushes in Roundup Ready soybeans.

“The addition of Willowood Clethodim 2EC to our product portfolio adds a premium grass herbicide to our growing crop protection lineup”, states Joe Middione, Vice-President Sales & Marketing, Willowood USA. Middione goes on to say, “Willowood USA continues to focus on the American Farmer by offering key generic products that help them protect their crop.

Willowood USA currently has registered and is producing a number of high quality post patent crop protection alternatives including: Ethofumesate 4SC, Pronamide 50WSP, Tebucon 3.6SC, Tebucon DF, Propicon 3.6EC, Oxyflo 4SC and 2EC and Glyphosate 41%. Additionally, Willowood USA offers a complete line of adjuvants, surfactants and nitrogen management aids.

Willowood USA is a U.S. based manufacturer of post patent crop protection herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and spray additive products for the agriculture industry.   For more information on the complete line of Willowood USA products, go to www.willowoodusa.com.

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