It contains a premix of metribuzin, a Weed Science Society of America Group 5, and flumioxazin, a Group 14. Together, they provide a quick burndown and lasting residual at lower application rates than competing premixes, according to a news release.
“Possibly the strongest attribute of Panther MTZ is that it contains a more effective load of metribuzin where other premix products sometimes require the addition of extra metribuzin for certain applications,” Chris Bowley, Nufarm brand and customer marketing manager, said in the release.
The herbicide delivers broad-spectrum control of more than 90 weed species and is labeled uses for soybeans, sugarcane, fallow (including wheat-fallow rotations), non-crop farm areas and industrial vegetation management. It provides flexible fall or spring application timing, tankmixing and will be available in September.