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- Broadleaf Weeds Great options exists, growers just need to be timely!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- Controlling Most GA Broadleaf Weed Infestations 1. Harmony fb MCPA or 2,4-D 2. Harmony TS + MCPA or 2,4-D Express TS + MCPA or 2,4-D 3. 2,4-D alone 4. MCPA alone 5. Harmony Extra alone Most effective program Least effective program
- Harmony Extra EP with TotalSol Rate: 0.45 to 0.9 oz Timing: 2-leaf until flag leaf visible Adjuvant: 0.25% NIS in water 0.125% NIS in nitrogen Weeds: Controls garlic and most broadleaf weeds Need Help: wild radish >1.5”, primrose, and vetch Rotations: No restrictions of concern Grains: Wheat, barley, oats
- 2,4-D Rate: 1 to 1.25 pt/A Timing: fully tillered wheat, before jointing Adjuvant: none needed Weeds: controls primrose and radish, weak on henbit, chickweed, and knawel Needs Help: henit, chickweed and knawel Rotations: No restrictions of concern Grains: Wheat, barley, oats, rye
- Express or Harmony TotalSol + MCPA Express rate: 0.25 to 0.5 oz Harmony rate: 0.45 to 0.9 oz MCPA 4L rate: 12-16 fl oz (16-20 oz if fully tillered grain) Timing: at least two tillers, before jointing Adjuvant: 0.125% surfactant Weeds: most broadleaf weeds Rotations: No restrictions of concern Grains: Wheat, barley, oats,
- The Effect of Stage of Growth on Wild Radish Control in Wheat. 1Wild radish size in diameter of leaf rosette. 2Percent control as compared to untreated areas.
- IF YOU DON’T HAVE RESISTANCE
- Italian ryegrass control. Plains, 2010. 99 a 98 a 98 a ACY 9-04 Planted wheat on Nov 17 and treated December 22 prior to tillering 95 a
- Italian ryegrass control. Plains, 2010. 95 a 95 a 95 a ACY 9-04 Planted wheat on Nov 17 and treated Jan 19, 2 tiller ryegrass 88 b
- Hoelon Rate for POST on Wheat Ryegrass pt/acre 1- to 3 leaf 1.33 3- to 4-leaf 1.33 to 2 5-leaf, 2 tillers 2 to 2.67 Hoelon at 2 pt/A on pre-tillering ryegrass is ideal!!!!!
- Axial XL (0.42 EC) Rate: 16.4 fl oz Timing: Ideally pre-tiller ryegrass Weeds: ryegrass only Rotate modes of action, resistance is a huge issue!
- Osprey Rate: 4.75 oz/A Timing: Ideally pre-tiller ryegrass Adjuvant: NIS at 0.5% v/v plus ammonium nitrogen fertilizer at 1-2 qt/A Weeds: ryegrass, small radish, henbit and chickweed at 1” Rotation: 3 mo soybean or cotton Do not apply within 14 d of topdressing Rotate modes of action, resistance is a huge issue!
- Late-season ryegrass control by Osprey as affected by adjuvants. Avg. six locations, NC, 2002-2004.
- PowerFlex Rate: 3.5 oz/A Timing: Ideally pre-tiller ryegrass Adjuvant: COC at 1% v/v Weeds: ryegrass, radish Rotation: soybean and cotton 3 month Rotate modes of action, resistance is a huge issue!
- YOU WANT TO KEEP GROWING WHEAT?????? NEVER TREAT THE SAME GROUND WITH OSPREY OR POWERFLEX 2 YEARS IN A ROW NEVER TREAT THE SAME GROUND WITH HOELON OR AXIAL XL 2 YEARS IN A ROW Ryegrass resistance will likely occur within 3 years if you do not follow these guidelines!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- GA Confirmed ALS-Resistant Palmer Sites 2010 Georgia counties confirmed with Hoelon/Osprey/PowerFlex resistant ryegrass.
- Annual Ryegrass Response to 4X Field Use Rates. Greenhouse. Tifton, GA. 2008-2009. Control % control HISTORY: Hoelon till it stopped working then Osprey at least one time per year since available.
- Newton 1 11/29/2011
- Non-treated control Hoelon 2X rate
- Non-treated control PowerFlex 3X rate or Osprey at 3X rate
- Non-treated control Axial XL 2X rate
- Non-treated control Future Product
- FAIR residual control of ryegrass Must apply to wheat from 1st leaf stage until before flag leaf. May mix with any currently labeled wheat herbicide. Prowl H20 Labeled For Wheat Will help on resistance!!!!
- Spike application to wheat (pray the ryegrass is not up before product is activated) Generally 6 to 8 oz/A Excellent broadleaf control Ryegrass control is either good or very poor depending on when it emerges Only option for some growers due to resistance Injury can be significant if very heavy rains and cold conditions occur after application Axiom Labeled For Wheat Will help on resistance!!!!
- Working on rates and application timings. Unbelievable ryegrass control IF injury potential does not require rates reduced to far? Likely economical for wheat producers. Label possible for 2012/2013 (limit use). Injury can be significant if very heavy rains and cold conditions occur within 10 day of application. Zidua for wheat? Excellent resistant management tool when rotated with POST ryegrass materials!!
- Osprey is excellent; Axiom is fair/good! Annual bluegrass