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For the last few years, multiple areas throughout the South, but especially south Louisiana, south Arkansas, and northeast Arkansas, have been in a crisis mode dealing with ALS-resistant weedy rice and grasses. The Provisia® Rice System was developed to address this crisis as well as to extend the life of Clearfield rice.The Provisia® Rice System is the ideal companion system to the Clearfield® Production System for rice, providing farmers with another effective tool to manage weedy rice, including rice volunteers that are resistant to herbicides like Newpath® herbicide and Beyond® herbicide, red rice and also multi-herbicide-resistant grasses.

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PVL02

NEXT GENERATION OF RICE WEED MANAGEMENT AND IMPROVED YIELDS.

The Provisia® Rice System from Horizon Ag is the ideal companion system to the Clearfield® Production System for rice, providing farmers with another effective tool to manage weedy rice, including rice volunteers that are resistant to herbicides like Newpath® herbicide and Beyond® herbicide, red rice and also multi-herbicide-resistant grasses.

AT A GLANCE

  • Newly released Provisia variety
  • Improved yield and milling compared to PVL01
  • Exceptional tillering
  • Excellent cooking quality

CHARACTERISTICS

  • Plant Height: 42 inches
  • 50% Heading: 85 days
  • Lodging: Moderately Susceptible
  • Grain Quality: Excellent

AGRONOMICS

  • Seed/lb1: 21,800
  • Seeding rate2: 50-70 lbs/A or 20-25 seed/ft2
  • Nitrogen rate3: 120-160 lbs N/A
Disease RatingsVSSRMSMR
Sheath BlightO
Blast*O
Bacterial Panicle Blight*O
Narrow Brown Leaf Spot*O
False SmutO
VS = Very SusceptibleS = SusceptibleR = ResistantMS = Moderately SusceptibleMR = Moderately Resistant

*Reactions may differ due to variability of strains among pathogens.

  • 0 Seed /lb is not an exact number; it is an average from multiple samples harvested over a wide geography.
  • 1 Seeding rate is a suggestion based on drill-seeding in ideal conditions and fungicide/insecticide treated seed. Planting non-treated seed is not recommended. Seeding rate should be increased by a minimum of 10 lbs/A when using non-treated seed, planting into a rough seedbed, water-seeding, high pH soils and soils with salinity issues.
  • 2 Nitrogen rate is a suggested rate based on a two-way split nitrogen application with the first application being applied on dry soil.