Break Resistant Weeds

With Verdict® Powered by Kixor® Herbicide

Get a strong foundation for clean fields and maximum yields with longer residual control and rapid burndown. A non-HPPD pre-emergence herbicide for corn, Verdict herbicide helps stop HPPD-resistant weeds before they get to your field.

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    Benefits of Verdict® Powered by Kixor® Herbicide

    • Strong residual control for effective pre-emergence application
    • Non-HPPD chemistry helps stop growing HPPD resistance
    • Superior large-seeded broadleaf control that does not require atrazine
    • Mixable with liquid fertilizer
    • Low use rate

    How Verdict Herbicide Works

    Verdict herbicide is an enhanced pre-emergence herbicide for corn with residual and burndown capabilities that provides consistent control throughout the season.

    • Verdict herbicide provides a strong residual foundation
    • Powered by Kixor herbicide technology to deliver fast, complete burndown
    • A non-HPPD chemistry helps stop HPPD-resistant broadleaf weeds and grasses
    • Use pre-plant and pre-emergence with no restriction
    • Keep your operation efficient with a low use rate and liquid fertilizer capability
    • Labeled for corn, soybean and grain sorghum


    Get more out of every acre with BASF corn herbicides 

    See how our complete corn herbicide offering can help you manage resistance, increase yields and build a strong foundation for future growing seasons

    What happens when your current corn herbicide runs into resistance?

    Learn how HPPD resistance could be a bigger problem than you know.

    Always read and follow label directions.

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    Verdict® Herbicide: Superior Control through Multiple Sites of Action