Syngenta Anticipates Good Summer for Storen™

Cindy Zimmerman

Growers first heard about Syngenta’s latest residual corn herbicide Storen™ at last year’s Commodity Classic and this year Syngenta was pleased to say it is ready for use after approval in July 2023.

“We’re in the process of working with our channel partners and the first growers that are going to use Storen corn herbicide this summer,” said Shawn Hock, Syngenta Corn Herbicide Product Lead. “We actually launched a Storen satisfaction program this year and we’re asking growers that use it to provide their experience.”

Storen is labeled for pre-emergence and post-emergence in field corn and seed corn for more than 74 weed species, including Palmer amaranth, waterhemp, kochia, common lambsquarters, morningglory, Giant ragweed, common ragweed, and annual grasses.

Learn more in this interview with Hock from Classic24
Classic24 Shawn Hock, Syngenta corn herbicides 3:19

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