Rejuvra® Herbicide

Restoring Rangeland

Take a stand against devastating, invasive annual grasses.

Control cheatgrass, medusahead, ventenata and Japanese brome.

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Learn how Rejuvra® herbicide controls invasive annual grasses to transform rangelands back to a healthy and productive state.

Productive Land Starts With Better Protection

Invasive annual grasses are a major threat to western rangeland. See how they can lead to an unbalanced ecosystem and increase wildfire risk. You can also get a look at how Rejuvra herbicide, which provides up to four years of control in a single application, works to protect your rangeland by depleting the invasive annual grass soil seed bank. Unlike previous management tools, Rejuvra herbicide keeps working for multiple years, which is necessary to successfully restore western rangelands.
Reducing Wildfire Risk by Controlling Invasive Grasses
Invasive annual grasses not only displace native plants but they also increase your wildfire risk. In this video, you can see how these weeds increase fine-fuel loads to dangerous levels if left unchecked and how the protection offered by Rejuvra herbicide can tip the scales back in your favor.
Protecting Your Land and What Lives Within It
Rangeland is more than just land — it’s a home to pollinators, birds and wildlife. Explore the importance of maintaining native plants within this special habitat and how Rejuvra herbicide can help you protect this beneficial ecosystem year after year.
Restoring Rangeland for a Better Return on Investment
When it comes to rangeland productivity, it’s key to think long term. From higher-quality forage to decreased wildfire risk to increased rotational flexibility, see why our experts recommend investing in Rejuvra herbicide as the smart choice when it comes to rangeland restoration. This new tool offers you lasting benefits that translate to profitability.
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