Improve the performance of your existing contact Tobacco Sucker Control program with the addition of Matrixx. Matrixx is a proven superior wetter/spreader/penetrant that provides rapid, uniform spray coverage on leaf surfaces. Why use Matrixx in your sucker control program? Improved coverage Improved run-down, achieving better and more thorough contact with suckers Improved control of hard-to-reach suckers No pooling on leaves Safe and effective Easy to use Proven performance Use rate: 4 oz/acre Use Matrixx with these contact tobacco sucker control products:
Start clean and stay clean this spring with the right herbicides for both contact and residual control and with Coastal's Spectrum to ensure good coverage, penetration and retention, even in less than ideal conditions. To reduce drift and get more of the active ingredient to the target, also use Coastal's Drift-X in the tank-mix. Why is Spectrum essential for your herbicide application and how does it work? It contains: Highly refined methylated seed oils that provide superior coverage, penetration and retention properties A two phase organo-silicone surfactant system that optimizes
Unlock the nutrient potential of your crop for early season growth, strong root development and improved plant vigor. Virtually any crop needs one of Coastal’s Advance products at planting to maximize yields, whether a starter program is used or not. The common ingredient in our Advance products is a blend of three natural carboxylic acids that solubilize nutrients to make them more available to the crop and improve absorption and uptake.
Watch this 4 minute video to see how this new tobacco float tray is superior to old styrofoam.
Weeds don't take time off...Neither can you! The battle of weed control is a numbers game. Reduce the weeds and eliminate the seed to win the war. This has to be a year-round battle because weeds do not take time off. Click HERE to see before and after burndown photos. A Post Harvest Burndown is effective behind any crop harvested prior to heavy frost. It: Reduces seed bank in the following crop Reduces weed population in the next crop Helps fight resistance Makes weed management easier and less costly Keys
In today’s flue-cured tobacco production environment, tobacco suckers must be controlled for as long as 10-12 weeks. To achieve the best tobacco yields and quality while keeping production costs down, you need an effective sucker control program. With over 50 years of experience in the sucker control business, Coastal has developed and refined our proven successful sucker control program. To see our 2016 Tobacco Sucker Control Program
Important considerations for reducing spray drift include proper nozzle selection; spray technique including spray pressure, angle and application speed; evaluation of environmental conditions such as wind direction and temperature inversions; buffer zones and susceptible crops. To maximize drift reduction potential, add Drift-X DRT to your drift reduction plan. Drift-X DRT (Drift Reduction Technology) is a consistently high-performing deposition and drift management agent that delivers 20% more product to the target and provides uniform coverage on the targeted surface. Drift-X DRT reduces the number of spray droplet fines (less than 100 microns),
Maximize yield potential by giving your crop the advantage for early season growth, strong root development and improved plant vigor. Whether a starter program is used or not, most any crop needs one of Coastal’s Advance products at planting. The common ingredient in our Advance products, a blend of three natural carboxylic acids, solubilizes nutrients for better availability, absorption and uptake.
Achieve better and more consistent tobacco transplant results with the latest advancement in float tray technology – the Trilogy Tray. The Trilogy Tray is an injection molded plastic float tray made from recyclable material. It is produced to have more consistent characteristics from season to season, and its patent pending design yields a better plant with faster and more consistent germination.
Resistant weeds are an ongoing threat to crop yields, and likely will be an even bigger problem in 2016 due to the cutback in crop protection inputs in the past year. Weed competition affects yield potential; that’s why it’s important to stay ahead of weeds by keeping fields clean. To give crops the early advantage in the spring, clean-up is needed this fall. Fall herbicide applications are a relatively new but growing practice because of successful results achieved in using residual herbicides to combat resistant weeds. A fall burndown with