Labeled for flax, canola, potatoes, soybeans, sugarbeets and many other crops, Arrow contains the number one post-applied grass active. Key tank-mixes include: Liberty for Liberty tolerant crops, imazethapyr for imazethapyr tolerant crops and Badge for weed control in flax. Key weeds include: wild oats, quackgrass and volunteer cereals.
Badge is an exceptional solution for broadleaf weed control in cereals, flax and corn. Badge contains both Group 4 and Group 6 chemistries. Key weeds include: wild buckwheat, cow cockle and volunteer canola – including herbicide tolerant volunteers.
For use in spring and durum wheat, Bengal is tank-mixable with nearly 30 different broadleaf herbicides for one-shot weed control. For use in wheat only. Do not use on barley or severe crop damage will occur. Key weeds include: wild oats, foxtail and barnyard grass.
Registered for use in wheat (spring, winter and durum), and barley (also can be used on triticale, rye and grasses), Bison will stop Persian darnel wild oats and foxtail in its tracks.
Bromotril provides excellent post-emergent broadleaf weed control in many crops with no concern for re-cropping or volatility to off-target crops. Key weeds include: wild buckwheat, smartweeds, pigweed, kochia and cow cockle.
Providing unmatched versatility and value in residual weed control programs, Diurex is registered for asparagus and non-crop areas for general weed control. Key weeds include: crabgrass, foxtail, ragweed and pigweed.
Registered for spring wheat and durum, Ladder is tank-mixable with nearly 30 broadleaf herbicides. Key weeds include: wild and volunteer oats, foxtail, Persian darnel (at high rate) and barnyard grass.
Phantom uses a Group 2 mode of action to eliminate early broadleaf weed competition and protect against a second flush of weeds. For use in broadleaf and pulse crops. Key weeds include: Chickweed, cleavers, green foxtail, hemp-nettle, smartweed and stinkweed.
Mix Priority with glyphosate for outstanding control of broadleaf weeds pre-seed or post harvest prior to seeding wheat, barley and oats. Priority is also a highly effective method of weed control in chemfallow. Key weeds include: cleavers, chickweed, volunteer canola and wild buckwheat.
Rush 24 combines two Group 4 actives to control a wide spectrum of broadleaf weeds in spring wheat, durum wheat and barley, including Group 2 resistant biotypes. Key weeds include: kochia, cleavers, wild buckwheat, flixweed and volunteer flax.
Provides excellent control of 26 weeds (including Group 2 resistant kochia) in wheat and barley. Thrasher contains both Group 4 and Group 6 chemistries. Key weeds include: Russian thistle, wild buckwheat, kochia, and volunteer canola – including herbicide tolerant volunteers.