Reviton® is a PPO burndown herbicide that quickly controls tough broadleaves and grasses resulting in a clean start for maximum yield potential.
Brock Waggoner, Midwest Sales Agronomist with HELM Agro US, answers frequently asked questions about Reviton and its many performance benefits.
Reviton is currently registered for use as a burndown in corn (field), cotton (defoliation and dessication), soybeans, and wheat.
Reviton’s active ingredient is Tergeo®, a PPO-inhibitor herbicide with a WSSA Group 14 classification. As a new pyrimidinedione herbicide, Tergeo shuts down chlorophyll production and photosynthesis, resulting in a rapid buildup of reactive oxygen species and lipid peroxidation of the cellular membrane. This herbicidal activity requires actively growing weeds and is further aided by plenty of sunlight after application.
Reviton is fast-acting and observable effects occurring within 24-72 hours of application when weeds are actively growing. Plants rapidly absorb its active ingredient; within a few hours, and in subsequent days, necrotic tissue occurs, followed by weed death.
Reviton will control or suppress more than 50 broadleaf and grass weeds, including:
Whenever applying Reviton the addition of an adjuvant applied at label-approved rates is needed. MSO-based adjuvants are the preferred adjuvant type to bring out the best results. Reviton has been tested with many of the top retailer's MSO adjuvants since it was introduced to the U.S. in 2021. Each has shown excellent results when used according to label guideline. Contact your trusted retailer for their recommended MSO. Reviton should be used with a high-quality MSO equal to 1% v/v (1 gallon/100 gallons spray volume) of the final spray volume or the recommended usage rate on the MSO product label.
Although the label allows for use of crop oil concentrate (COC) or non-ionic surfactants (NIS), COC and NIS are not the preferred adjuvants for use with Reviton as a reduction in performance when compared to the recommended MSO based adjuvants.
For specific instructions on adjuvant use, mixtures and spray volume, always reference the Reviton label.
Reviton is formulated as a suspension concentrate (SC) containing 2.83 pounds of active ingredient per gallon of formulated product.
Application rates range from one to three fluid ounces per acre with a maximum usage of six fluid ounces per year. Reviton is able to control many weeds when used alone but the most consistent weed control is when used in combination with other complimentary systemic or broad-spectrum herbicides. Reviton is recommended to be applied with a minimum of one fluid ounce per acre with the labeled rate of glyphosate or glufosinate.
Aerial application has a minimum spray volume of three or more gallons of Reviton. Adequate spray coverage is essential for optimal weed control. When applying to dense weed populations, use a minimum of five gallons of final spray solution per acre.
As a powerful tool in early-season weed management solution, Reviton has broad compatibility when applied with soil residual herbicides like atrazine, metribuzin, acetochlor, metolachlor, and sulfentrazone-based products for adding residual control. Reviton also when applied with other group 14/PPO herbicides it does not increase labeled plant-back intervals allowing for maximum flexibility.
To learn more about Reviton, go to us.helmcrop.com/reviton.
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