Regain your field advantage

Preface ™ and Postscript ™ Herbicides for FullPage™ Rice Cropping Solution control menacing weeds so your crops can thrive and profits can grow

Andy Kendig, Ph.D., ADAMA Herbicide Development Leader

A better way to grow rice

Preface and Postscript herbicides from ADAMA provide excellent control of weedy/red/feral rice, barnyard grass and most other common and troublesome rice weeds.


Herbicide Use Rate
Preface Use 4-to-6 fl oz per acre for post-emergence and residual control
Postscript Use 5 fl oz per acre for
post-emergence control

FullPage?Rice Cropping Solution video

Specialists explain the effectiveness of the combination of FullPage?seed from RiceTec with Preface and Postscript products from ADAMA resulting in increased rice crop yields.

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Key Target

weedy/red/feral rice and barnyard grass



The Most Flexible System in Herbicide-Tolerant Rice

Crop
Stages
Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4
Standard for moderate infestations For severe weedy rice When flooding is timely and carryover may be a problem For well managed fields and maximum rotational flexibility
Pre-emergence
Herbicide
Clomazone-based herbicide
1-2 Leaf Rice Preface at 4-6 fl oz/A + Zurax ® Preface at 5 fl oz/A + Zurax ®
4-5 Leaf Rice Preface at 4-6 fl oz/A Preface at 5 fl oz/A
Scout fields in accordance with best management practices.
Post-flood applications should be made if red rice was not completely controlled earlier.
Post-flood Postscript at 5 fl oz/A only if needed Postscript at 5 fl oz/A Postscript at 5 fl oz/A only if needed
Preface and Postscript should be applied with a crop oil concentrate except as noted on the label.

PREFACE AND POSTSCRIPT HERBICIDE APPLICATION TIMING

STEWARDSHIP

Stewardship is critical to all rice herbicide-tolerant systems to prevent the development of herbicide-resistant weedy rice. Growers using the FULLPAGE Rice Cropping Solution are required to sign a stewardship agreement when purchasing FULLPAGE seed. Stewardship requirements are based on common Best Management Practices for optimum weed control and resistance prevention.