Valor® XLT Soybean Herbicide


Weed Control

Get proven control of tough weeds in soybeans with Valor® XLT Soybean Herbicide. With two modes of action for proven performance on a broad spectrum of weeds–like Palmer amaranth, waterhemp, marestail, common ragweed, giant ragweed and lambsquarters–Valor XLT provides up to six weeks of preemergence weed control in early preplant burndown and preemergence programs.

Product Benefits

  • Two Modes of Action for Broad Spectrum Control
  • Long-Lasting Residual for Up to 6 Weeks
  • Effective, Low Use Rate
Label/SDS

Key Problems/Uses

Lambsquarters, Marestail, Palmer aramanth, Waterhemp, Common ragweed, Giant ragweed

Product Details

Crops*

  • Soybean

Problems/Uses*

  • Palmer Amaranth
  • Spiny Amaranth
  • Barnyardgrass
  • Florida Beggarweed
  • Bittercress
  • Carpetweed
  • Chamomile
  • Mayweed Chamomile
  • Common Chickweed
  • Mouseear Chickweed
  • Common Cocklebur
  • Hophornbeam Copperleaf
  • Virginia Copperleaf
  • Large Crabgrass
  • Tropic Croton
  • Dandelion
  • Purple Deadnettle
  • Eclipta
  • Cutleaf Evening Primrose
  • Goosegrass
  • Henbit
  • Hairy Indigo
  • Jimsonweed
  • Kochia
  • Ladysthumb
  • Common Lambsquarters
  • California Lovegrass
  • Little Mallow
  • Venice Mallow
  • Marestail
  • Mayweed
  • Entireleaf Morningglory
  • Ivyleaf Morningglory
  • Pitted Morningglory
  • Smallflower Morningglory
  • Tall Morningglory
  • Wild Mustard
  • Black Nightshade
  • Eastern Black Nightshade
  • Hairy Nightshade
  • Fall Panicum
  • Texas Panicum
  • Redroot Pigweed
  • Smooth Pigweed
  • Tumble Pigweed
  • Wild Poinsettia
  • Puncturevine
  • Common Purslane
  • Florida Pusley
  • Common Ragweed
  • Giant Ragweed
  • Redmaid
  • Coffee Senna
  • Hemp Sesbania
  • Shepherdspurse
  • Sicklepod
  • Prickly Sida
  • Signalgrass
  • Pennsylvania Smartweed
  • Spotted Spurge
  • Common Sunflower
  • Swinecress
  • Velvetleaf
  • Common Waterhemp
  • Tall Waterhemp

* Each crop and use may not be registered in every state. Always read and follow label instructions.

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