Invora™ Herbicide Receives EPA Approval

Invora™ Herbicide Receives EPA Approval

Supporting rangeland restoration through long-term control of a broad spectrum of brush, including honey mesquite and huisache

The Vegetation Management business within Bayer CropScience LP, announces the label for its latest product. Invora™ Herbicide has received federal approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The herbicide is federally registered for use on privately-owned, non-hayed rangeland and non-hayed perennial grasslands managed as rangeland in the states of Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.

What is Invora Herbicide?

Invora Herbicide is a combination of aminocyclopyrachlor and triclopyr, Group 4 herbicide, for control of invasive species on non-hayed private rangeland in TX, OK, NM, and AZ.

Key benefits:

// New active ingredient for managing undesirable woody brush and weeds on rangeland

// Effective long-term control of honey mesquite and huisache

// A tool for use in rangeland restoration efforts

// Proven extended treatment life, resulting in favorable economics compared to past standards

// PRE and POST control of many broadleaf weeds through both root and shoot uptake

// Bayer’s next generation stewardship strategy to avoid impacting the compost industry or neighbors

Picolinic Acid Chemistry (PAC) Training

This Picolinic Acid Chemistry Training covers the application requirements for the use of Invora herbicide for brush and weed management on rangeland sites. Prior to applying Invora herbicide on rangeland, applicators must complete picolinic acid chemistry training every two years.

Texas pesticide applicators can earn 1 CEU in Laws and Regulations with this course.

Take the course now

For more information

// Reach out to us at 1-800-331-2867

// Contact your Invora Herbicide representative below

ASM Tom Dinn

Tom Dinn

Arizona and New Mexico

Gerald Hobson

Gerald Hobson

Texas and Oklahoma

Invora Herbicide is a RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDE. Prior to spraying, all applicators must complete picolinic acid herbicide training