2017 Crop Protection Product Guide - Western

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2017 Crop Protection Product Guide - Western
DUPONT
PRODUCT GUIDE
2017
WESTERN CANADA
Ready to listen, ready to help
At DuPont,
we’re doing
more.
For all of us at DuPont Crop Protection, it all starts by listening and
learning about your agronomic needs. Based on this understanding, we
provide high-quality, top-performing crop protection products that help
you increase your yields and maximize profitability.
We work hard to bring innovations to the market that suit local conditions
and individual situations. We help you put the right product on the right
acre, so you can make every acre count from seed to harvest.
I am proud to present you with our 2017 DuPont product guide, featuring
our current product offerings for growers in Western Canada.
You’ll find many familiar and trusted brands, several tools to help you
manage resistance, as well as new or additions to our lineup:
• DuPont™ Express® FX herbicide, with two modes of action for pre-seed weed control and effective
resistance management.
• DuPont™ Travallas™ herbicide, which delivers superb one-pass control on your toughest broadleaf
weeds in a unique optimized liquid formulation. With three active ingredients from two different
groups, Travallas™ proactively manages resistance and is highly crop-safe.
• DuPont™ PrecisionPac® CS-100-2525 herbicide is the newest customized blend providing an all-in-one
herbicide that controls both broadleaf and grassy weeds in spring and durum wheat. It comes in easyto-handle, pre-measured pouches for your exact weed spectrum and field size.
• DuPont™ Acapela® fungicide, for powerful, reliable broad-spectrum protection against disease in canola,
cereals, soybean and pulse crops, under a variety of conditions.
• DuPont™ Lumiderm® insecticide seed treatment for canola, providing excellent plant protection right
from the start, with cutworm control and enhanced protection against striped and crucifer flea beetles
in one convenient bag.
Looking to the future, our Research and Development pipeline is full of new thinking and exceptionally
innovative products. For example, we’re continuing our pre-market work on DuPont™ Sortan™ IS
herbicide*, a powerful pre-emergent and post-emergent corn herbicide to help growers remove earlyseason weed competition. It’s also a new tool to help manage weed resistance.
On behalf of everyone at DuPont Crop Protection, thank you for making us a part of your success.
We hope you have a safe, productive and profitable 2017. If we can help at any point, please reach out
to your local DuPont representative. We are listening.
Yours sincerely,
Bryce Eger
Business Director, DuPont Crop Protection and DuPont Pioneer
*This product is not registered for use. It is a violation of the Pest Control Products Act to use a product in a
non-registered application.
Contents
Herbicides
Fungicides
3
DuPont™ Accent®
39
DuPont™ Acapela®
4
DuPont™ Ally®
44
DuPont™ Curzate®
6
DuPont™ Assure® II
45
DuPont™ Tanos®
8
DuPont™ Barricade® II
10
DuPont™ Express® FX
12
DuPont™ Express® PRO
47
DuPont™ Coragen®
14
DuPont™ Express® SG
51
DuPont™ Verimark™
17
DuPont™ ExpressSun®
sunflowers
18
DuPont™ Harmony® K 240EC
20
DuPont™ Muster®
22
DuPont™ Pinnacle® SG
23
DuPont™ PrecisionPac®
herbicides
55
Performance Commitment
25
DuPont™ Predicade™
56
Resistance Management
27
DuPont Prism SG
57
Fungicide Resistance Management
28
DuPont™ Refine® M
59
30
DuPont™ Refine® SG
The Benefits of Solumax®
Soluble Granules
32
Research Update:
DuPont™ Sortan™ IS
60
Herbicide Mixing Instructions
61
DuPont™ FarmCare® Connect
Grower Program
™
®
33
DuPont™ Titus™ PRO
34
DuPont™ Triton® K
36
DuPont™ Travallas™
38
DuPont™ UpBeet®
Insecticides
Seed Treatment
53
DuPont™ Lumiderm®
Other Information
1
HERBICIDES
Herbicides
Herbicides
3
DuPont™ Accent®
4
DuPont™ Ally®
6
DuPont™ Assure® II
8
DuPont™ Barricade® II
10
DuPont™ Express® FX
12
DuPont™ Express® PRO
14
DuPont™ Express® SG
17
DuPont™ ExpressSun®
sunflowers
18
DuPont™ Harmony® K 240EC
20
DuPont™ Muster®
22
DuPont™ Pinnacle® SG
23
DuPont™ PrecisionPac®
herbicides
25
DuPont™ Predicade™
27
DuPont™ Prism® SG
28
DuPont™ Refine® M
30
DuPont™ Refine® SG
32
Research Update:
DuPont™ Sortan™ IS
33
DuPont™ Titus™ PRO
34
DuPont™ Triton® K
36
DuPont™ Travallas™
38
DuPont™ UpBeet®
Tough on weeds.
Safe on corn.
• Safe on all field corn varieties – including low heat-unit hybrids
• Wide window of application – 1-leaf to 8-leaf stage
Crops: Field corn, sweet corn (Krispy King, Jubilee and Jubilee Supersweet varieties).
Chemical Group: Group 2.
Tank-Mix Options: For effective one-pass control of grasses and broadleaf weeds,
apply with Banvel® II (0.24 L/ac) or Pardner® (0.40 L/ac).
Timing: 1-leaf to 8-leaf stage (6 visible collars). When tank-mixing with Pardner®,
apply to corn when it is in the 4-leaf to 8-leaf stage.
Crop Rotation:
Following year: Corn, spring wheat, spring barley.
All other crops: Field bioassay.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: 13.5 g/ac. A 10 acre pouch contains four (4) 2.5 acre
water-soluble bags.
Surfactant: Add a registered non-ionic surfactant (NIS) at 2 L per 1000 L
of spray solution (0.2% v/v).
Water Volume: Minimum 40 L/ac (9 imp. gal/ac).
Rainfastness: Two (2) hours.
Grass Control
Barnyard grass
Quackgrass
Fall panicum
Wild oats
Green foxtail
Yellow foxtail*
Old witchgrass
*Suppression.
Refer to the Accent ® label for complete use instructions.
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Broadleaf control
all season long.
• Contact and soil activity that lasts up to eight (8) weeks
• Controls late weed flushes
Crops: Spring wheat, durum wheat, barley, creeping red fescue, orchard grass, crested
and intermediate wheat grass (seed or forage) and timothy (seed or forage).
Chemical Group: Group 2.
Tank-Mix Options:
• 2,4-D (Amine/Ester): Barley, wheat.
• Assure® II: Creeping red fescue.
• Avenge®: Barley, wheat.
• Harmony® Grass 240 EC: Spring wheat, durum wheat.
• Clodinafop: Spring wheat, durum wheat.
• MCPA (Amine/Ester): Barley, wheat.
• Puma® Advance: Spring wheat, durum wheat, barley.
Timing: 2-leaf to flag leaf stage.
Crop Rotation: For black and grey wooded soils of pH 7.9 or lower, please refer
to the re-cropping recommendations on the next page.
Application Information:
Rates: 3 g/ac (40 ac/pouch) used alone in barley, wheat and creeping red fescue.
Surfactant: Add a registered non-ionic surfactant (NIS) at 2 L per 1000 L of spray
solution (0.2% v/v).
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Water Volume: 40 L/ac (9 imp. gal/ac).
Broadleaf control
all season long.
Broadleaf Control
Ball mustard
Redroot pigweed
Bluebur
Russian thistle1
Canada thistle1
Scentless chamomile
Chickweed
Shepherd’s-purse
Common groundsel
Sow-thistle1 (annual, perennial)
Corn spurry
Stinkweed
Cow cockle
Stork’s-bill
Flixweed
Tartary buckwheat
Green smartweed
Toadflax1
Hemp-nettle
Volunteer canola
(excluding Clearfield® canola)
Kochia
Wild buckwheat1 (1–3 leaf)
Lady’s-thumb
Wild mustard
Lamb’s-quarters1
Prostrate pigweed
1
Suppression
Crop Rotation: Black and Grey Wooded Soils
Interval prior to planting (months)
Soil pH
Barley
Canary
Seed
Canola
Durum
wheat
Flax
Lentils
Oats
Spring
wheat
Yellow
mustard
6.9 or
lower
10
48
10
10
10
34
10
10
48
7.0 to 7.9
10
48
22
10
34
48
10
10
48
DO NOT USE ON SOILS WITH pH GREATER THAN 7.9.
On black and grey wooded soils of pH 7.5 or lower, fescue may be planted in 10 months; alfalfa, red clover,
peas and flax may be planted 22 months following application of Ally®.
Refer to the Ally ® label for complete use instructions.
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Go on. Kick some grass!
DuPont™ Assure® II has been approved for use for the control of Japanese brome and downy
brome in canola, flax, peas, lentils, dry beans and other oilseed and pulse crops.
• Delivers 99% control* of foxtail barley
• Controls both Japanese brome and downy brome
• Controls volunteer wheat, volunteer barley, wild oats, green foxtail and a number of other
grassy weeds
• For high performing grass control, add Assure® II to Liberty® in LibertyLink® canola or to
glyphosate in Roundup Ready® canola and in Roundup Ready® soybeans
• Excellent crop safety and wide window of application
Crops:
• Brassica carinata
• Canola
• Camelina
• Chickpeas
• Crambe
• Creeping red fescue for seed production,
dry common beans
• Dry faba beans (dry broad beans)
• Flax
• Lentils
•M
ustard (condiment and oilseed oriental
including canola quality brassica juncea)
• Yellow and brown mustard
• Narrow-leaf lupin
Chemical Group: Group 1.
Registered & Supported Tank-Mix Options:
• Ares™
• DuPont™ Ally®:
Creeping red fescue
• Basagran®:
™
®
Dry beans, soybeans
• DuPont Muster :
Canola and mustard
• Eclipse™
(condiment and oilseed oriental)
• Glyphosate:
• DuPont™ Pinnacle®: Roundup Ready® canola
Soybeans
Roundup Ready® soybeans
• DuPont™ Refine® SG: • Liberty®: LibertyLink® Canola
Creeping red fescue
• Peas (field and processing)
• Seed alfalfa
• Seedling legumes (seed production)
• Snap beans
• Soybeans
• Sugar beets
• Sunflowers
• Lontrel®
• Odyssey®
• Pursuit®
• Solo®
• Solo® ADV†
• Viper® ADV1†:
(field pea & soybean only)
Refer to the Assure® II Technical Guidance Document for details.
Timing: Assure® II can be safely applied at any crop stage. Apply Assure® II when
grasses are between 2-leaf and early tillering stage. Follow the pre-harvest interval guidelines.
Crop Rotation: No re-cropping restrictions.
Application Information:
Rates
200 mL/ac to 300 mL/ac (Refer to table on following page).
Packaging
One (1) case contains 8 L of Assure® II + 8 L jug Sure-Mix™. Assure® II is also available in 500L Mega Totes or 96L Drums.
Surfactant
Add Sure-Mix™ (included in the box) at 5 L per 1000 L of spray solution (0.5% v/v).
Use Merge® at 5 L to 10 L per 1000 L of spray solution (0.5% v/v to 1% v/v) if Sure-Mix™ is not available.
Water Volume
40 L/ac (9 imp. gal/ac).
Rainfastness
One (1) hour.
Aerial Application Assure® II is registered for aerial application only when applied alone.
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*Research conducted by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada at Lethbridge for in-crop control for oilseeds and pulses.
(Source: Direct Seeding fact sheet, Lethbridge Research Centre; Revised October 2007, Agdex 519-15).
1
Minimum 250 mL/ac Assure® II, add UAN 28% as per Viper® ADV label.
†
Do not use Sure-Mix™.
Go on. Kick some grass!
WEEDS
CONTROLLED
WINDOW
OF APPLICATION
RATES
0.2 L/ac
(0.5 L/ha)
0.3 L/ac
(0.75 L/ha)
Barnyard grass


2-leaf to early tillering
Downy brome


2-leaf to 5-leaf
Fall panicum


2-leaf to early tillering
Foxtail barley


3-leaf to 4-leaf
(+3 tillers)
Green foxtail


2-leaf to early tillering
Japanese brome


2-leaf to 5-leaf
Old witchgrass


2-leaf to early tillering
Proso millet


2-leaf to early tillering
Quackgrass
S

2-leaf to 6-leaf
Volunteer barley


2-leaf to early tillering
Volunteer corn


2-leaf to 6-leaf
Volunteer oats


2-leaf to early tillering
Volunteer wheat


2-leaf to early tillering
Wild oats
†
†
1-leaf to 5-leaf
up to 2 tillers
†
2-leaf to 6-leaf
Yellow foxtail
= Control


†
Assure® II provides unmatched
control of foxtail barley.
Assure® II
Odyssey® Ultra Centurion® Untreated
Source: Side-by-side trials, University of Guelph, 2016
1-leaf to 5-leaf
(+2 tillers)
S= Suppression.
Best results on volunteer/wild oats if application is made before tillering begins.
†
Excellent control of Japanese Brome
Assure® II
Untreated Check Strip
Source: Neville, SK, 2010
Refer to the Assure® II label for complete use instructions.
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Tough on weeds,
gentle on crops.
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• Consistently powerful performance on the toughest broadleaf weeds yet gentle on crops
• Leverages the strengths of three (3) active ingredients to provide consistent and
powerful control of a broad range of broadleaf weeds
• Excellent control of narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard, cleavers and kochia
• Contains actives from two groups (Groups 2 and 4) to help with resistance management
Crops: Spring wheat, durum wheat, winter wheat, spring barley.
Chemical Group: Group 2, Group 4.
Registered and Supported Tank-Mix Options:
• Assert®
• Everest® 2.0
• Simplicity™
• Axial®
• Harmony® Grass 240EC
• Traxos®
• Clodinafop
• MCPA, 2,4-D Ester
• Varro®
• DuPont™ GP Herbicide
• Puma® Advance
Timing: 2-leaf to flag leaf stage.
Crop Rotation: Following year: Alfalfa, barley, canola, corn, dry beans, flax, forage
grasses, lentils, mustard, oats, peas, potatoes, rye or wheat, soybeans, sugar beets,
sunflowers.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: One (1) case treats 40 acres.
Surfactant: Add a registered non-ionic surfactant (NIS) at 2 L per 1000 L of spray
solution (0.2% v/v). When tank-mixing with a grass herbicide, use the surfactant
provided with that product. Do not use an additional surfactant unless otherwise
indicated on the label.
Water Volume: 22 L/ac (5 imp. gal/ac).
Rainfastness: One (1) hour.
Mixing Instructions: See page 60.
New: Barricade® II can now be applied by aerial application.
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Tough on weeds,
gentle on crops.
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Broadleaf Control
Russian thistle
Canada thistle1
Cleavers (1 to 6 whorls)
Round-leaved mallow (1-5 leaf)
Common chickweed
Scentless chamomile2
Cow cockle
Smartweed (Lady’s-thumb)
Dandelion2 (spring and fall rosettes up to 15 cm)
Sow thistle (perennial)
Flixweed
Stinkweed
Hemp-nettle
Stork’s-bill (1- 6 leaf)
Kochia (including Group 2 resistant biotypes)
Volunteer canola2
Lamb’s-quarters
Volunteer flax (12 cm in height)
Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard (<10cm)
White cockle2
Night-flowering catchfly (<10cm)
Wild buckwheat
Redroot pigweed
Wild mustard
1
2
Suppression.
Controlled when Barricade® II is tank-mixed with the reduced rate of MCPA.
DuPont™ Barricade® II vs. Tough Broadleaf Weeds
(% weed control)
86
93
Cleavers
Kochia
85
91
Volunteer
flax
Narrow-leaved
hawk’s-beard
96
Flixweed
Results are from DuPont internal research trials, 2009–2010
DuPont™ Barricade® II Efficacy on Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
Day of application
47 Days after application
Source: Dammann Farms, Creelman, SK, 2012
Refer to the Barricade® II label for complete use instructions.
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Proactive resistance
management with
uncompromising performance.
• 3 Groups (2, 4 & 9) when tank mixed with glyphosate
• Enhanced control of key weeds like kochia, dandelion, narrow-leaved hawk’s beard,
volunteer canola
• Systemic activity all the way down to the root so weeds won’t grow back
Crops: Wheat (spring, durum, winter), barley.
Chemical Group: Group 2, Group 4.
Tank Mix Options: Must be tank mixed with glyphosate.
Timing: Pre-seed burn-down.
Crop Rotation: After 24 hours: Spring wheat (including durum), spring barley.
Following year: Any crop may be seeded the following year.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: One (1) case treats 80 acres.
Surfactant: No additional surfactant is required.
Water Volume: 22 L/ac (5 imperial gal/ac).
Weeds Controlled (Express® FX plus 0.5 L/ac glyphosate equivalent)† :
• Canada fleabane
• Downy brome
• Green foxtail • Lady’s thumb
• Russian thistle
• Volunteer canola
(including glyphosate-
tolerant varieties) • Cow cockle • Canada thistle1
1
†
10
Suppression.
Original 360 g/L formulation.
• Common ragweed
• Flixweed
• Hemp-nettle • Lamb’s-quarters • Stinkweed • Volunteer flax
• Wild mustard
• Wild buckwheat
• White cockle1 • Redroot pigweed
• Dandelion
• Giant foxtail • Kochia (Group 2 & 9 resistant biotypes)
• Persian darnel • Volunteer barley • Volunteer wheat
• Wild oats
• Scentless chamomile1
• Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
Proactive resistance
management with
uncompromising performance.
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Express® - One Trusted Brand, Multiple Options
Select pre-seed weed control based on:
• Agronomic requirements
• Weed control
Express® SG
Chemical Groups
(tank mixed with
glyphosate)
• Cropping plans
Express® PRO
Express® FX
Group 2, 9
Group 2, 9
Group 2, 4, 9
Pre-Seed
Crop Flexibility
Cereal crops, soybeans, alfalfa, grasses,
canary seed or select
pulse crops† (including
peas and fababeans)
Wheat (spring, durum,
winter), Barley
Wheat (spring, durum),
Barley
Key Weeds
(tank mixed with
glyphosate)
Dandelion, Flixweed,
Narrow-leaved hawk’s
-beard, Stinkweed,
Volunteer canola*, Wild
buckwheat (3-leaf)
Up to 15 days of
extended control of
Cleavers, Dandelion,
Narrow-leaved hawk’sbeard, Volunteer
canola*
Kochia, Dandelion,
Flixweed, Narrowleaved hawk’s -beard,
Stinkweed, Volunteer
canola*
Timing
- Pre-seed burn-down
- Chemfallow
- Post-harvest
- Pre-seed burn-down
- Chemfallow
- Post-harvest prior to
seeding cereals
- Pre-seed burn-down
Fit
Maximum cropping
flexibility & application
timing
Professional extended
control in cereals
- Proactive resistance
management
- Control of glyphosate
and Group 2 resistant
kochia
Injury to pulse crops may occur on coarse textured soils, low in organic matter (less than 3%), or in fields with
variable soils, gravely areas, sandy areas or eroded knolls.
* Will not provide extended control of volunteer Clearfield® canola.
†
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Professional strength burn-off
with extended control.
• DuPont™ Express® PRO is a powerful herbicide for out-of-crop weed control
• Provides up to 15 days of extended control† on key broadleaf weeds like cleavers, dandelion,
narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard and volunteer canola
Crops: Pre-seed burn-off application prior to seeding wheat (spring, winter, durum) and
spring barley. Also used in chemfallow and post-harvest applications prior to seeding
wheat and barley.
Chemical Group: Group 2.
Tank-Mix Options: Express® PRO must be tank-mixed with glyphosate.
Timing: Pre-seed: Wait a minimum of 24 hours after the application of Express® PRO
and glyphosate before planting wheat (spring, durum, winter) or barley.
Note: Do not use on highly variable soils that have gravely or sandy areas, eroded knolls or calcium
deposits. Heavy rainfall soon after application may result in visual crop injury or possible yield reduction.
Conditions such as thin crop stand, sandy soil or low soil organic matter may increase the severity of injury.
Chemfallow: Allow at least 10 days after treatment before tillage.
Post-harvest: Apply to fields where wheat, barley or oats will be seeded next spring.
Note: Limit of one application of DuPont™ Express® PRO per growing season.
Crop Rotation: Twenty-four (24) hours: Wheat (spring, durum and winter) and
spring barley. Ten (10) months: Canola, peas and flax. Oats may be seeded anytime in
the following season. Twenty-two (22) months: Lentils.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: 7 g/ac. One (1) jug treats 80 acres.
Water Volume: 22 L/ac (5 imp. gal/ac).
Mixing Instructions: See page 60.
Visit expressprovideo.dupont.ca and see how Express® PRO gets right to the root
of tough weed problems like volunteer canola.
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Express® PRO contains sulfonylurea herbicide powered by Solumax® so you get:
•F
aster, easier and more consistent sprayer cleanout
•F
ast, effective and consistent weed control
•C
onvenient, easy to handle product that completely dissolves in water
Learn more about Solumax® on page 59.
†
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egree and duration of extended control is dependent on weed infestation levels and on environmental
D
conditions at and following treatment.
Professional strength burn-off
with extended control.
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BROADLEAF CONTROL
(Express® PRO plus 0.5 L/ac glyphosate equivalent†)
Canada fleabane
Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beardE
Canada thistle1
Night-flowering catchfly1
Chickweed
Redroot pigweed
Cleavers
Russian thistle
Common ragweed
Scentless chamomile
Cow cockle
Stinkweed
DandelionE
Flixweed
Volunteer canolaE*
(including glyphosate-tolerant)
Hemp-nettle
Volunteer flax
Kochia
White cockle
Lady’s-thumb
Wild buckwheat
Lamb’s-quarters
Wild mustard
E
Suppression.
Original 365 g/L formulation.
E
= Extended control.
E
*= Will not provide extended control of Clearfield® canola
1
†
Express® PRO plus Glyphosate
Untreated
1 L glyphosate
Express® PRO plus
0.5 L glyphosate equivalent
Location: Kelburn Farms, MB
Refer to the Express® PRO label for complete use instructions.
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Tough weeds, meet Express®.
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• For maximum cropping flexibility when added to glyphosate, Express® SG provides
enhanced control of hard-to-kill broadleaf weeds that you can’t get by simply applying
more glyphosate
•G
ets right to the root of your weed problems with powerful systemic activity
Timing: Pre-seed burn-off, chemfallow, and post-harvest applications.
Chemical Group: Group 2.
Tank-Mix Options: Express® SG must be tank-mixed with glyphosate.
Crop Rotation:
Pre-seed Burn-off: 24 hours after application, can seed spring wheat, winter wheat,
durum, barley, oats, alfalfa, red clover, alsike clover (seed or forage production), smooth
bromegrass, meadow bromegrass, timothy and creeping red rescue, canary seed and
pulse crops* (including dry bean, fababean, field pea, lupin and soybean). Any crop may be
seeded the year following a pre-seed burn-off.
Chemfallow: Allow at least 10 days after treatment before tillage. Any of the above
crops can be seeded 24 hours after application. Two (2) months after application,
you can also seed canola, flax or lentils.
Fall Application: Seed winter wheat a minimum of 24 hours after application.
Next spring you can seed any cereal crop, canola, flax, lentils, canary seed, alfalfa or
pulse crops (including drybean, fababean, field pea, lupin and soybean).
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: 6 g/ac. One (1) jug treats 80 acres.
Water Volume: 22 L/ac (5 imp. gal/ac).
Mixing Instructions: See page 60.
*Note: Injury to pulse crops may occur on coarse-textured soils, low in organic matter (less than 3%) or in fields
with variable soils, gravely areas, sandy areas or eroded knolls. Avoid planting pulse crops in soils containing
more than 50% sand.
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Express® SG contains sulfonylurea herbicide powered by Solumax® so you get:
• Faster, easier and more consistent sprayer cleanout
• Fast, effective and consistent weed control
• Convenient, easy to handle product that completely dissolves in water
Learn more about Solumax® on page 59.
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Tough weeds, meet Express®.
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Broadleaf Control (Express® SG plus 0.5 L/ac glyphosate equivalent†)
Canada fleabane (8 cm)
Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
Canada thistle (rosette)
Redroot pigweed
Common ragweed
Russian thistle
Cow cockle (3-leaf)
Scentless chamomile1
Dandelion
(up to 15 cm)
Stinkweed
1
Flixweed
Volunteer canola
(including glyphosate-tolerant)
Hemp-nettle
Volunteer flax
Kochia
Wild buckwheat (3-leaf)
Lady’s-thumb
White cockle1
Lamb’s-quarters
Wild mustard
1
†
Suppression.
Original 365 g/L formulation
MIXING PROCEDURE
1. Start with a clean empty sprayer. Ensure sprayer is equipped with 50 mesh screens or filters.
2. Fill sprayer tank 1/4 to 1/3 full with clean water.
3. W
ith agitator running, add Express® slowly. Ensure agitation reaches all parts of the tank.
4. If using a mix & fill tank, add Express® to as large a volume of water as possible.
5. Let dissolve for 5 minutes minimum while agitating and adding more water.
6. After 5 minutes of agitation, complete filling with water and then add glyphosate.
7. For repeat tank loads, ensure spray solution is reduced to about 10% of original volume
OR pre-slurry Express® in 10L minimum of water prior to going to step 2. Dissolving may
take longer in low water volumes.
8. (Optional) For the last load of the day, add 10L of household ammonia (containing at least 3%
ammonia) to the tank heel PRIOR to the addition of Express®, water and glyphosate.
Repeat steps 2 through 5.
Visit expressvideo.dupont.ca and see how Express® SG gets right to the root of
tough weed problems like dandelion.
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Tough weeds, meet Express®.
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Express® SG plus Glyphosate
*Original 356 g/L formulation
Source: DuPont, Internal Research Trials, 1997-2004.
Express® SG plus Glyphosate on Dandelion (Pre-seed Burn-off)
Treated with Express® SG
plus glyphosate
Untreated
Treatment (21 Days After Application)
Treated with Heat®
Refer to the Express® SG label for complete use instructions.
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Treated with Express® SG
plus glyphosate
Herbicide-tolerant
sunflower hybrids.
uPont and Pioneer have partnered up to bring a system to sunflower growers in Western
D
Canada. Pioneer® brand sunflower hybrids with the DuPont™ ExpressSun® herbicide
tolerant trait are tolerant to DuPont™ Express® SG herbicide.
This unique system is designed to maximize weed control in sunflower crops, enhancing ease
of production and yield. It provides improved weed control over conventional hybrids with
traditional herbicides and gives growers a cost-effective option for broad spectrum weed control.
This revolutionary production system offers:
• Broad spectrum control or suppression of broadleaf weeds
• A simplified approach to weed control in sunflowers
• Improved yield potential through enhanced weed control
• A cost-effective crop management solution
• Complete re-cropping flexibility the following year
Developed through traditional plant breeding methods
Pioneer and DuPont researchers brought this tolerance trait to market and developed
this hybrid through traditional methods of plant breeding without the use of genetic
modification. Sunflowers with the DuPont™ ExpressSun® trait can be grown, harvested
and used just like any traditional sunflower seed.
Pioneer® brand 63N82 is the hybrid with the DuPont™ ExpressSun® trait
for tolerance to Express® SG herbicide:
• Strong performance package
• Above-average emergence
• Excellent yield potential
• Strong root and stalk strength
• Exceptional standability
• High oil content
Tank-Mix Options: For the control of wild oats (2-leaf to 6-leaf) and suppression
of green foxtail (2-leaf to 6-leaf), you can tank-mix Express® SG with Assure® II on
Express® tolerant sunflowers (0.5 L/ha).
Refer to the ExpressSun® label for complete use instructions.
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One-pass treatment for
Group 2-resistant kochia
and grassy weeds.
Harmony® K and Harmony K 240EC are approved for aerial application.
• Two (2) broadleaf actives (Group 2 and Group 4) to optimize kochia control and
help manage resistance
• Controls wild oats, green foxtail and 29 broadleaf weeds
• Breaks down quickly in soil with no re-cropping restrictions the following year
Crops: Spring wheat, durum wheat.
Chemical Group: Group 1, Group 2, Group 4.
Tank-Mix Options: Provides grass and broadleaf control in one convenient box.
Timing:
Crop: 2-leaf to the 5-leaf stage.
Kochia: Control kochia early for optimum results. Apply at the 2-leaf to 4-leaf stage
of the crop to maximize yield potential and weed control.
Crop Rotation: Two (2) months: Alfalfa, canola, flax, lentils.
Following year: No re-cropping restrictions.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: One (1) case treats 40 acres.
Surfactant: Included. No additional surfactant required.
Water Volume: 22 L/ac to 44 L/ac (5 imp. gal/ac to 10 imp. gal/ac).
Rainfastness: Four (4) hours.
Mixing Instructions: See page 60.
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Harmony K 240EC contains sulfonylurea herbicide powered by Solumax® so you get:
• Faster, easier and more consistent sprayer cleanout
• Convenient, easy to handle product that completely dissolves in water
• Fast, effective and consistent weed control
Learn more about Solumax® on page 59.
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One-pass treatment for
Group 2-resistant kochia
and grassy weeds.
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Broadleaf Control
Ball mustard
Redroot pigweed
Canada thistle* (≤15 cm, before budding)
Round-leaved mallow* (2–6 leaf)
Chickweed (1–6 leaf)
Russian thistle
Cleavers* (1–3 whorl)
Scentless chamomile*
Common groundsel
Shepherd’s-purse
Corn spurry
Sow-thistle* (≤15 cm, before budding)
Cow cockle
Stinkweed
Dandelion
Stork’s-bill1 (2–6 leaf)
Flixweed
Tartary buckwheat
Green smartweed
Toadflax* (≤15 cm in height)
Hemp-nettle
Volunteer canola
(excluding Clearfield® canola)
1
Kochia (including
Group 2-resistant biotypes)
Volunteer sunflower
Lady’s-thumb
Wild buckwheat (1–5 leaf)
Lamb’s-quarters
Wild mustard
Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
Grass Control
Green foxtail
Wild oats (1–6 leaf, before 4-tillers)
* Suppression.
1
Spring or fall rosettes, less than 15 cm in diameter.
Outstanding Wild Oat Control
Untreated
Treated
Refer to the Harmony® K 240EC label for complete use instructions.
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Broadleaf control in all types
of canola and sunflowers.
• Registered on sunflowers (from 2-leaf to 8-leaf stage)
• Control of wild mustard
• In canola, tank-mix with Assure® II for one-pass grass and broadleaf control
• Registered for minor use on brassica carinata
Crops: Canola, brown mustard, oriental mustard, sunflowers.
Chemical Group: Group 2.
Tank-Mix Options: For grass and broadleaf control in canola only, tank-mix Muster®
with Assure® II at 0.2 L/ac, applied at the 2-leaf stage of canola up to the initiation
of bolting.
Timing:
Canola: 2-leaf stage up to the initiation of bolting and before crop canopy closure.
Brown and Oriental mustard: 4-leaf to rosette stage.
Sunflower: 1-leaf to 8-leaf stage.
Weeds: Apply early when weeds are actively growing.
rop Rotation: Ten (10) months: Spring wheat, durum, barley, oats, flax.
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Twenty-two (22) months: Alfalfa, canary grass, canola, dry beans, fababeans,
fescue, lentils, peas, red clover, tame mustard.
Application Information:
Rates: 8 g/ac to 12 g/ac.
urfactant: Add a registered non-ionic surfactant (NIS) at 2 L per 1000 L of spray solution
S
(0.2% v/v). If tank-mixing with Assure® II, use Sure-Mix™ at 5 L per 1000 L of spray solution
(0.5% v/v ) or Merge® at 5 –10 L per 1000 L of spray solution (0.5 –1.0% v/v).
Water Volume: 40 L/ac (9 imp. gal/ac).
Mixing Instructions:
1. Fill the spray tank 1/4 to 1/3 full with water.
2. Add Muster® bags to the spray tank while the agitator is running. Continuous agitation
is recommended through the entire mixing procedure to ensure products are
completely dissolved and/or in suspension.
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3. If tank-mixing, add the required amount of Assure® II.
4. Fill with water and add the required amount of adjuvant.
Tough on weeds,
gentle on crops.
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• Consistently powerful performance on the toughest broadleaf weeds yet gentle on crops
• Leverages the strengths of three (3) active ingredients to provide consistent and
powerful control of a broad range of broadleaf weeds
• Excellent control of narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard, cleavers and kochia
• Contains actives from two groups (Groups 2 and 4) to help with resistance management
Crops: Spring wheat, durum wheat, winter wheat, spring barley.
Chemical Group: Group 2, Group 4.
Registered and Supported Tank-Mix Options:
• Assert®
• Everest® 2.0
• Simplicity™
• Axial®
• Harmony® Grass 240EC
• Traxos®
• Clodinafop
• MCPA, 2,4-D Ester
• Varro®
• DuPont™ GP Herbicide
• Puma® Advance
Timing: 2-leaf to flag leaf stage.
Crop Rotation: Following year: Alfalfa, barley, canola, corn, dry beans, flax, forage
grasses, lentils, mustard, oats, peas, potatoes, rye or wheat, soybeans, sugar beets,
sunflowers.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: One (1) case treats 40 acres.
Surfactant: Add a registered non-ionic surfactant (NIS) at 2 L per 1000 L of spray
solution (0.2% v/v). When tank-mixing with a grass herbicide, use the surfactant
provided with that product. Do not use an additional surfactant unless otherwise
indicated on the label.
Water Volume: 22 L/ac (5 imp. gal/ac).
Rainfastness: One (1) hour.
Mixing Instructions: See page 60.
New: Barricade® II can now be applied by aerial application.
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Broadleaf control in all types
of canola and sunflowers.
Broadleaf Control
Flixweed (spring seedlings)
Hemp-nettle
Redroot pigweed2
Smartweed (Lady’s-thumb)
Stinkweed1 (1–4 leaf)
Wild mustard
1
C ontrolled at high rate of Muster ® – 12 g/ac or 8 g/ac when tank-mixed with Assure ® II.
2
Suppressed at high rate of Muster ® – 12 g/ac.
Refer to the Muster ® label for complete use instructions.
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Now with Solumax®
soluble granule technology!
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• Pinnacle® SG with Solumax® soluble granules is a next-generation
sulfonylurea herbicide for soybeans
• Control of lamb’s-quarters, redroot pigweed and wild mustard
• Powered by Solumax® for:
- Faster, easier, more consistent sprayer cleanout
- Fast, effective and consistent weed control
Crop: Soybeans.
Chemical Group: Group 2.
Packaging: One (1) pouch contains 96 g of product packaged in eight convenient
pre-measured water soluble bags (12 g per bag). Each pouch treats 20 acres at the
high rate (4.8 g/ac) and 29 acres at the low rate (3.3 g/ac).
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rop Rotation: Any crop the following year.
Weeds Controlled and Application Information
Crop
Weeds
Rate
Soybeans
Lady’s-thumb
3.3 g/ac (8.25 g/ha)
One (1) pouch treats
29 acres.
Redroot pigweed
Wild mustard
Lady’s-thumb
Lamb’s-quarters
Redroot pigweed
Velvetleaf
Wild mustard
Add a registered
non-ionic surfactant
(NIS) such as
Agral ® 90 or Ag-Surf
at 1 L per 1000 L
of spray solution
(0.1% v/v).
Window of
Application
Apply post-emergent and
before the initiation of
flowering. Target weeds
when they are small.
4.8 g/ac (12 g/ha)
One (1) pouch treats
20 acres.
Add a registered
non-ionic surfactant
(NIS) such as
Agral ® 90 or Ag-Surf
at 1 L per 1000 L
of spray solution
(0.1% v/v).
Refer to the Pinnacle® SG label for complete use instructions.
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Application Information
For more consistent control
of velvetleaf, add 28% UAN
at 4 L per 100 L of spray
solution (4% v/v), from the
1st trifoliate until flowering
stage of soybeans.
For control of grassy weeds,
tank-mix Pinnacle® SG herbicide
with Assure ® II herbicide.
Custom herbicides as
unique as your fields.
Every farm is unique. Every field is different. Now, you can choose from 12 different
PrecisionPac® herbicides to customize your weed control program for each individual
field based on your agronomic needs. Thanks to a revolutionary new dispensing system,
your crop protection retailer can create high-performing PrecisionPac® herbicides that
match your agronomic needs, in exactly the right amount for your field size or sprayer
tank. No more left-over herbicide, no more measuring or guesswork. DuPont™ PrecisionPac®
herbicides can save time and money while enhancing your weed control.
How it works: After scouting the field, identifying key weeds and evaluating other important
agronomic factors, your retailer will help you choose the appropriate PrecisionPac® herbicide
solution. Each system can hold up to 6 different active ingredients that can be combined
in various ratios to create the PrecisionPac® herbicide blend that best meets the agronomic
needs of a specific field. The exact amount of herbicide is dispensed into a grower bag and
labeled for easy identification.
PrecisionPac® is:
High Performing
Weed Control
Completely
Customized
Weed Control
Easy to Use
Right Product,
Right Rate,
Right Acre
Multiple
Modes of Action
Pick Length
Of Herbicide
Activity
Reduced Waste
Constantly
Evolving
precisionpac.dupont.ca
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Custom herbicides as
unique as your fields.
New for 2017: Completely Customized Grass and Broadleaf Weed Control
DuPont™ PrecisionPac® Cross Spectrum blends offer the latest technology for tough grassy
and broadleaf weed control. These revolutionary new blends provide you with combined
grassy and broadleaf weed control all in one fit-to-your-farm bag. That means top performing
weed control with only one bag to mix and dispose of.
The right product for specific weeds:
DuPont™ PrecisionPac® herbicides allow growers to purchase the blend that is best suited for each
area to be sprayed. There are currently 12 DuPont registered PrecisionPac® herbicides.
Out-of-crop herbicides:
• NC-00439
• NC-0050
• DB-858 (chemfallow only)
In-crop cereal herbicides:
• DB-858
• DB-6654
• DB-8454
• PP-2525
• PP-3317
• PP-23235
• Triton® C
Graminicide herbicides:
• GP Herbicide
Cross Spectrum Herbicides:
• CS-100-2525
• Research Update CS-75-2525 • Research Update CS-100-23235
• Research Update CS-75-23235
Additional products available through PrecisionPac® dispensing system:
Perimeter® II (in-crop cereal herbicide)
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Weeds fear it,
you command it.
• Predicade™ is an all-in-one solution that excels on the most challenging grass and
broadleaf weeds, including Group 1 resistant wild oats
• Multiple modes of action for proactive resistance management
• Offers excellent control while still providing flexible re-crop options
Crops: Spring, Durum and winter wheat.
Chemical Group: Group 2, Group 4.
Timing: 3-leaf to 6-leaf with 3 tillers, but prior to jointing (presence of first node).
Crop Rotation: Fields treated with DuPont™ Predicade™ may be seeded the following
year to alfalfa, barley, canola, field corn, flax, dry beans, lentils, mustard, oats, peas,
soybeans, spring and durum wheat or sunflowers.
Broadleaf Weed Control: 26 species
Annual smartweed
(green smartweed, lady’s-thumb)
Lamb’s-quarters
Stinkweed
Canada thistle1 (top growth control)
Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
Stork’s-bill (1– 6 leaf)
Night flowering catchfly
Volunteer canola (2 – 4 leaf)
including Clearfield® varieties
Cleavers (1-6 whorls)
Common chickweed (1- 6 leaf)
Cow cockle
Dandelion (< 15 cm in diameter)
Flixweed
Hemp-nettle
Kochia
(including Group 2 & 9 resistant
biotypes; seedling to 8 leaf)
Pale smartweed (1-6 leaf)
Redroot pigweed
Round-leaved mallow (1-5 leaf)
Russian thistle
Scentless chamomile
Volunteer flax (< 12 cm)
White cockle
Wild buckwheat
Wild mustard
Shepherd’s-purse (1-6 leaf)
Sow thistle, perennial
Grassy Weed Control: 7 species
Barnyard grass
Wild oats
(including Group 1 resistant)
Japanese brome2 (1-6 leaf)
Persian darnel1
Volunteer canary seed
Green foxtail,
Yellow foxtail1
Suppression only.
Control of spring-germinated Japanese brome. Suppression of overwintered Japanese brome. Best results
are obtained after a pre-seed or burndown application with a glyphosate herbicide.
1
2
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Weeds fear it,
you command it.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: One (1) case treats 40 acres.
Water Volume: Minimum 5 gal/acre.
Rainfastness: Two (2) hours.
Mixing Order:
Recommended mixing order is as follows:
1. DuPont™ Predicade™ Broadleaf
2. DuPont™ Predicade™ Grass
3. Perimeter™ II Herbicide
4. Nufarm MCPA Ester 600 Liquid Herbicide
Sprayer Miss
vs
Predicade™ Sprayed June 5th, 2015
Photo taken 21 DAA
Refer to the Predicade™ label for complete use instructions.
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Predicade™
Outstanding post-emergent
control of quackgrass, pigweed
and annual grasses.
Prism® SG is now registered for use in highbush blueberries and caneberries.
Crops: Irrigated potatoes in Western Canada, seed potatoes and field tomatoes
(processing and fresh market).
Chemical Group: Group 2.
Timing: Potatoes: Time the application of Prism® SG to the stage of the weed.
Spray annual grasses in the 1-leaf to 6-leaf stage (up to early tillering, to 2-leaf tillers).
Apply before the crop canopy can interfere with the spray coverage of target weeds
and prior to the initiation of flowering of the potato crop.
Highbush blueberries: Use on highbush blueberries that have gone through at least one
growing season and are in good health and vigor. Do not apply within 21 days of harvest.
Processing field tomatoes: Apply Prism® SG three (3) weeks after processing
tomatoes are transplanted.
Crop Rotation: Four (4) months: Winter wheat.
Following Year: Field corn, spring barley, potatoes, red clover, sorghum, soybeans and
white beans.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: 24 g/ac. One (1) bottle treats 20 acres (8 ha).
Surfactant: Add a registered non-ionic surfactant (NIS) at 2 L per 1000 L of spray solution (0.2% v/v).
Water Volume: 40 L/ac (9 imp. gal/ac).
Broadleaf Control
Hairy nightshade1
Redroot pigweed
Lamb’s-quarters
(4–6 leaf stage)
Triazine resistant
lamb’s-quarters
2
Triazine resistant
hairy nightshade3
Grass Control
Barnyard grass
Green foxtail
Witchgrass
Fall panicum
Quackgrass
(3–6 leaf stage)
Yellow foxtail
Registered in tomatoes only, up to the 4-leaf stage.
Suppression. Triazine resistant biotypes.
3
Use 56 g/ac rate plus NIS.
1
2
Refer to the Prism® SG label for complete use instructions.
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Proven control of annual and
perennial broadleaf weeds.
• Controls dandelion, wild buckwheat and all types of volunteer canola, including
Roundup Ready® and Clearfield® varieties
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on’t compromise wild oat control
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ontains both Group 2 and Group 4 herbicides to help manage weed resistance
Crops: Barley, oats, wheat (durum, spring, winter).
Chemical Group: Group 2, Group 4.
Registered and Supported Tank-Mix Options:
• DuPont™ GP Herbicide
• Assert® • Everest® 2.0
• Axial® • Harmony® Grass 240EC
• Axial® Xtreme
• Clodinafop• Puma® Advance
• Simplicity™
• Traxos®
• Varro®
Timing: 3-leaf stage to just prior to flag leaf stage.
Crop Rotation: Two (2) months: Alfalfa, canola, flax, lentils.
Following year: No re-cropping restrictions.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: One (1) case treats 40 acres.
Surfactant: Not required. Not required when used alone. When tank-mixing with
grass herbicides, use the surfactant provided with that product (follow the label
instructions if surfactant is not provided).
Water Volume: 22 L/ac to 44 L/ac (5 imp. gal/ac to 10 imp. gal/ac).
Rainfastness: Two (2) hours.
Mixing Instructions: See page 60.
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Refine® M contains sulfonylurea herbicide powered by Solumax® so you get:
•F
ast, effective and consistent weed control
•C
ontrol of wild buckwheat up to the 5-leaf stage
•F
aster, easier and more consistent sprayer cleanout
•L
ower risk to subsequently sprayed crops like peas or canola
Learn more about Solumax® on page 59.
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Proven control of annual and
perennial broadleaf weeds.
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Broadleaf Control
Ball mustard
Round-leaved mallow1 (2–6 leaf)
Canada thistle* (≤15 cm, before budding)
Russian thistle
Chickweed (1–6 leaf)
Scentless chamomile*
Cleavers1 (1–3 whorls)
Shepherd’s-purse
Common groundsel
Sow-thistle1 (≤15 cm, before budding)
Corn spurry
Stinkweed
Cow cockle
Stork’s-bill1 (2–6 leaf)
Dandelion2
Tartary buckwheat
Flixweed
Toadflax* (≤15 cm in height)
Green smartweed
Volunteer canola
Hemp-nettle
Volunteer Clearfield ® canola
Kochia3
Volunteer Roundup Ready® canola
Lady’s-thumb
Volunteer sunflower
Lamb’s-quarters
Wild buckwheat (up to 5-leaf)
Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
Wild mustard
Redroot pigweed
* Suppression.
1
Use Barricade® II, Predicade™ or Triton® C for control.
2
Spring or fall rosettes, less than 15 cm in diameter.
3
Most effective control with early application. Use Barricade® II, Predicade™, Triton® K or Harmony® K
for enhanced results and control of Group 2-resistant kochia.
Refer to the Refine® M label for complete use instructions.
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Count on Refine® SG
for broad spectrum
broadleaf weed control.
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• Controls broadleaf weeds including hemp-nettle, chickweed, narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
and flixweed
• One of the most broad spectrum broadleaf herbicides on the market
• Wide window of application and excellent crop safety
Crops: Wheat (spring, durum, winter), barley, oats, seedling and established
grass species for forage and seed production.
Chemical Group: Group 2.
Registered & Supported Tank-Mix Options:
• 2,4-D
• Axial® Xtreme
• Everest® 2.0
• Traxos®
• Attain®
• Banvel® II
• MCPA
• Varro®
• Assert®
• Clodinafop
• Puma® Advance
• Axial
• DuPont GP Herbicide
• Simplicity™
®
™
Timing: 2-leaf to the full flag leaf stage.
Crop Rotation: Two (2) months: Alfalfa, canola, flax, lentils.
Following year: No re-cropping restrictions.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: 12 g/ac. One (1) jug treats 40 acres.
Surfactant: Add a registered non-ionic surfactant (NIS) at 2 L per 1000 L of spray
solution (0.2% v/v). When tank-mixing with grass herbicides use the surfactant
provided with that product. Do not use an additional surfactant unless otherwise
indicated on the label.
Water Volume: 22 L/ac to 44 L/ac (5 imp. gal/ac to 10 imp. gal/ac).
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Rainfastness: One (1) hour.
Mixing Instructions: See page 60.
Count on Refine® SG
for broad spectrum
broadleaf weed control.
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Broadleaf Control
Ball mustard
Redroot pigweed
Canada thistle*
(≤15 cm, before budding)
Round-leaved mallow 1 (2–6 leaf)
Chickweed (1–6 leaf)
Cleavers1 (1–3 whorls)
Common groundsel
Corn spurry
Cow cockle
Dandelion
2
Flixweed
Green smartweed
Russian thistle
Scentless chamomile*
Shepherd’s-purse
Sow-thistle1 (≤15 cm, before budding)
Stinkweed
Stork’s-bill1 (2–6 leaf)
Tartary buckwheat
Toadflax* (≤15 cm in height)
Hemp-nettle
Volunteer canola 4
(excluding Clearfield® canola)
Kochia3
Volunteer sunflower
Lady’s-thumb
Wild buckwheat (up to the 5-leaf stage)
Lamb’s-quarters
Wild mustard
Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
* Suppression.
1
Use Barricade® II, Predicade™ or Triton® C for control.
2
Suppression when used alone. Use Refine® M for control.
3
Most effective control with early application. Use Triton® or Harmony® K for enhanced results and control
of Group 2-resistant kochia.
4
For control of Clearfield® canola, tank-mix with MCPA or use Refine® M.
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Refine® SG contains sulfonylurea herbicide powered by Solumax® so you get:
• Fast, effective and consistent weed control
• Control of wild buckwheat up to the 5-leaf stage
• One (1) hour rainfastness
• Faster, easier and more consistent sprayer cleanout
• Lower risk to subsequently sprayed crops like peas or canola
• Convenient, easy to handle product that completely dissolves in water
Learn more about Solumax® on page 59.
Refer to the Refine® SG label for complete use instructions.
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RESEARCH UPDATE
This product is not registered for use.
It is a violation of the Pest Control Products Act
to use a product in a non-registered application.
NEW Sortan™ IS* will allow growers to remove early season weed pressure, including volunteer
Roundup Ready® canola, which is key to maximizing yield and profits in corn.
Application Timing Submitted for Registration:
Sortan™ IS can be used as a pre-emergence or post-emergence (spike to V3) application.
Removes
• Designed to remove early season weed competition including volunteer
Early-Season Weed Roundup Ready® canola and wild buckwheat
Competition
Resistance
Management
• Provides an additional mode of action to glyphosate, making it a great tool for
effective resistance management
Extended Control
• Extended control of tough broadleaf and grassy weeds throughout the critical
weed free period
Research trials show Sortan™ IS provides
outstanding control of volunteer canola**
Sortan™ IS
Application Timing
PLANTING
VE
V2
4 Leaf†
V4
6 Leaf†
V6
8 Leaf†
Critical Weed Free Period
Corn leaf stages can vary depending on both growing conditions
and corn seed product.
†
Sortan™ IS
Glyphosate alone
Source: Carman, MB 2015
Research trials show
Sortan™ IS provides extended control
Critical Weed Free Period
NEW Sortan™ IS is a powerful and versatile tool
that will help growers keep their corn free of
weeds, from pre-emergence or spike to the
V3 stage of growth – which matches the critical
weed free period (CWFP) in corn.
**Tank-mix with glyphosate is required for volunteer
Clearfield® canola control.
Sortan™ IS
Source: Carman, MB 2015
* This product is not registered for this use. It is a violation of the Pest Control Products Act to use a product in a
non-registered application.
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The straightest path
to a cleaner field.
• This innovative co-pack of DuPont™ Prism® SG herbicide and metribuzin provides
powerful, flexible weed control and sound resistance management for potato
growers in Canada
• Offers easy, convenient handling and application
• An excellent weed resistance management tool with two modes of action
• Provides powerful, season-long weed control of a wide range of broadleaf
and grass weeds
Crop: Potatoes (Canada wide).
Chemical Group: Group 2, Group 5.
Packaging: One (1) case of Titus™ PRO treats 20 acres.
rop Rotation: Four (4) months: Winter wheat.
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Following year: Barley, corn, potatoes, red clover, sorghum, soybeans
and white beans.
Weeds Controlled and Application Information
Window of
Application
Crop
Weeds
Rate
Potatoes
Ball mustard
Do not use
on Belleisle
or Tobique
varieties.
Common chickweed
Apply Prism SG at
24 g/ac (60 g/ha) with
TriCor® 75 DF
at 113 g/ac – 151 g/ac
(280 g/ha – 375 g/ha).
Corn spurry
Green foxtail
Green smartweed
Hemp-nettle
Lady’s thumb
Lamb’s-quarters
Redroot pigweed
®
Add a registered nonionic surfactant (NIS)
such as Agral® 90
or Ag-Surf ® at 2 L
per 1000 L of spray
solution (0.2% v/v).
Apply as a postemergence spray.
Apply after crop
emergence to
weeds less than
4 cm in height.
Application Information
Optimum control is generally
achieved when weeds are
small and actively growing.
For lamb’s-quarters, apply
from the 4-leaf to 6-leaf stage
(<10 cm tall). For quackgrass,
apply from the 3-leaf to 6-leaf
stage (<25 cm leaf extended).
Yellow foxtail present at
the time of application will
be controlled.
Shepherd’s purse
Stinkweed
Tartary buckwheat
Volunteer non-triazine
tolerant canola
Wild mustard
Refer to the Titus™ PRO label for complete use instructions.
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Powered by Solumax®
The hardest working herbicide
in the brown soil zones.
• Three (3) broadleaf active ingredients from two (2) different groups (Group 2 and Group 4)
for resistance management of kochia and other broadleaf weeds
• Controls tough broadleaf weeds, including cow cockle, narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard,
wild buckwheat and Russian thistle, when used with chemfallow technique and tankmixed with glyphosate
• Flexible re-cropping restrictions
Crops: Spring wheat, barley, durum, winter wheat, chemfallow.
Chemical Group: Group 2, Group 4.
Tank-Mix Options:
• Everest® 2.0: For wild oat and green foxtail control in spring wheat.
• Puma® Advance: For green foxtail control in spring wheat and barley.
Timing:
Crop: 3-leaf to 6-leaf, 3 tiller stage.
Weeds: Must be actively growing and less than 10 cm tall or across.
Crop Rotation: Any crop the following year.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: One (1) case treats 40 acres.
Surfactant: Not required.
Water Volume: 22 L/ac to 44 L/ac (5 imp. gal/ac to 10 imp. gal/ac).
Rainfastness: Four (4) to six (6) hours.
Mixing Instructions: See page 60.
Powered BY Solumax®
Triton® K contains sulfonylurea herbicide powered by Solumax® so you get:
• Faster, easier and more consistent sprayer cleanout
• Lower risk to subsequently sprayed crops like peas or canola
• Fast, effective and consistent weed control
• Convenient, easy to handle product that completely dissolves in water
Learn more about Solumax® on page 59.
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The hardest working herbicide
in the brown soil zones.
Powered by Solumax®
Broadleaf Control, In-Crop and Chemfallow
Annual sow-thistle
Kochia (including Group 2
-resistant biotypes)
Bluebur (≤4-leaf)
Lamb’s-quarters
Burdock (≤4-leaf)
Russian pigweed
Russian thistle
Shepherd’s-purse
Mustards
(except Dog and Tansy)
Stinging nettle
False flax
Narrow-leaved
hawk’s-beard1
Sweet clover (seedling)
False ragweed
Plantain
Thyme-leaved spurge
Flixweed
Prickly lettuce
Volunteer canola
Giant ragweed
Ragweeds
Wild (Prairie) sunflower
Goat’s-beard
Redroot pigweed
Wild radish
Cocklebur
Daisy fleabane
Stinkweed1
Broadleaf Control, In-Crop only
Annual sunflower
Hare’s-ear mustard
Ball mustard
Indian mustard
Canada thistle2
Tumble mustard
Cow cockle
Volunteer
Clearfield® canola
Dandelion
1
2
Volunteer
Roundup Ready® canola
Wild buckwheat (≤4-leaf)
Wild mustard
Wormseed mustard
Fall rosette and spring seedling.
Top growth only.
Powerful Control of Broadleaf Weeds
Outstanding kochia control
Triton® K on Russian thistle
Refer to the Triton® K label for complete use instructions.
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Putting you in control
with liquid muscle.
Research Update: DuPont™ Travallas™ herbicide has been submitted for registration
for use on winter wheat, for the control of Shepherd’s purse, Annual sow thistle
(with MCPA) and a 10 month re-cropping interval to field corn and soybeans*
A unique liquid in-crop cereal herbicide that provides
powerful control on your tough to control weeds.
Designed for outstanding cereal protection:
•Powerful performance on key weeds like Canada thistle1, cleavers, narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard,
wild buckwheat, dandelion, hemp-nettle and kochia
• Simple to use and easy to handle
• High performance on large weeds (i.e. wild buckwheat 1 – 8 leaf stage)
• Excellent crop safety over a wide application window
• Multiple modes of action built in (2 different groups, 3 active ingredients)
Crops: Spring wheat, durum wheat, barley.
Chemical group: Group 2, Group 4.
Timing: Crop: 2-leaf to flag leaf.
Crop Rotation: 10 months after application: Canola, oats, peas, spring wheat (including durum),
Spring barley. Twenty-two (22) months after application: Lentils.
Registered & Support Tank-mix options:
Axial®, DuPont GP Herbicide, Everest® 2.0, Clodinafop, MCPA Ester, Simplicity™, Traxos®, Varro®.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: One (1) case treats 80 acres.
Rainfastness: Two (2) hours.
Powerful control on key weeds like Dandelion:
DuPont™ Travallas™ herbicide
Day of Application –15” Dandelion
28 Days After Application
40 Days After Application
Legal, AB
Legal, AB
Legal, AB
Wild Buckwheat Comparison:
1
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Untreated
DuPont™ Travallas™ herbicide
Premium Competitive Product
Wild buckwheat
30 Days After Application
30 Days After Application
Three Hills, AB
Three Hills, AB
Three Hills, AB
Suppression
* This product is not registered for this use. It is a violation of the Pest Control Products Act to use a product in a
non-registered application.
Putting you in control
with liquid muscle.
DuPont™ Travallas™ herbicide is designed for outstanding
cereal broadleaf protection all in a unique liquid form.
Weeds Controlled:
Annual smartweed (green smartweed,
lady’s thumb)
Canada thistle1 (top growth control)
Chickweed
Cleavers (1-6 whorl)
Corn spurry
Cow cockle
Dandelion (spring or fall rosettes
up to 25 cm in diameter)
Flixweed
Hemp-nettle
Kochia (including Group 2-resistant)
Lamb’s-quarters
Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
Redroot pigweed
Russian thistle
Stork’s bill
Stinkweed
Volunteer canola*
Night-flowering catchfly (up to 10 cm)
Volunteer flax
Wild buckwheat (1-8 leaf )
White cockle
Wild mustard
1
DuPont™ Travallas™ vs Competitors on Tough Weeds
% weed control
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
DuPont™
Travallas™
Infinity® + Ammonium
Sulphate
Prestige® XC
Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard (N=4)
Dandelion (N=5)
Canada Thistle (N=8*)
Source: Results are from DuPont internal research trials on the 40 acre/ case rate in 2012-2013
* Prestige® had a N value of 5 trials on Canada Thistle
Suppression
*Excluding Clearfield® varieties or other varieties with the Pursuit® Smart trait.
Powerful performance on key weeds:
Canada Thistle Comparison:
Untreated
DuPont™ Travallas™ herbicide
Premium Competitive Product
Canada thistle
45 Days After Application
45 Days After Application
Rivers, MB
Rivers, MB
Rivers, MB
Cleavers Comparison:
DuPont™ Travallas™ herbicide
Premium Competitive Product
Day of Application
30 Days After Application
Day of Application
30 Days After Application
Torrington, AB
Torrington, AB
Torrington, AB
Torrington, AB
Refer to the Travallas™ label for complete use instructions.
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Broadleaf weed control
for sugar beets.
Crop: Sugar beets.
Chemical Group: Group 2.
Tank-Mix Options: Must be tank-mixed with Betamix® – do not add a surfactant
when tank-mixing.
Crop Rotation: Thirty (30) days: Sugar beets. Following year: Cereals, sugar beets.
Application Information:
Rates and Packaging: Broadcast at 14 g/ac to 28 g/ac. Do not exceed 40 g/ac
per growing season.
Surfactant: Add a registered non-ionic surfactant (NIS) at 2.5 L per 1000 L of spray solution.
Water Volume: 40 L/ac (9 imp. gal/ac).
Rainfastness: Four (4) hours.
Weeds Controlled
Velvetleaf1
When tank-mixed with Betamix®, UpBeet® will control:
Green foxtail2
Lamb’s-quarters
Kochia (rosette stage)
Redroot pigweed
1
2
Two (2) applications necessary.
Suppression.
Refer to the UpBeet ® label for complete use instructions.
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Fungicides
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DuPont™ Acapela®
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DuPont™ Curzate®
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DuPont™ Tanos®
FUNGICIDES
Fungicides
Speed, agility and
exceptional coverage.
DuPont™ Acapela® is a broad spectrum fungicide designed to provide reliable
protection against key diseases in canola, cereals, soybeans, pulses and corn.
• Acapela® is an innovative new tool for the management of white mould, a devastating
disease in canola, pulse crops, soybeans and dry beans
• Acapela® provides control of a broad spectrum of important foliar diseases including leaf
rust, powdery mildew, septoria leaf blotch, tan spot and anthracnose
More Complete Coverage
• Rapidly absorbed, moving quickly into and within each plant
• This allows you to spray even when conditions are challenging
4 Unique Movement
• Acapela® is a one-of-a-kind fungicide that quickly and efficiently surrounds,
penetrates, and protects the leaf and stem
Properties
Plant Performance
Benefits
Higher Yield
Potential
Translaminar Movement
• In addition to outstanding disease control, Acapela® supports positive plant
performance, even in stressful conditions
• Acapela® increases chlorophyll content and plant productivity
• Better coverage means more consistent protection, providing outstanding
disease control for greener, healthier crops and higher yield potential
• More moves means more bushels
Xylem Systemic Activity
Local Gas Activity
Wax Diffusion Activity
Crops: Canola, cereals, corn, soybeans and pulse crops.
Chemical Group: Group 11.
Crop Rotation: Any crop the following year.
Other application information
Packaging
One (1) case = 2 x 9.6 L jugs. Acapela® is also available in a 115.2 L drum.
Water Volumes
Ground: 110 L/ha = 10 gal/ac. Air: 50 L/ha = 4.5 gal/ac.
Aerial Application
Acapela® is registered for aerial application.
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Speed, agility and
exceptional coverage.
Powerful, Versatile Disease Management.
Canola
Sclerotinia can reduce yield by up to 50%, so you need a fungicide you can rely on.
Acapela® provides more complete coverage because it is rapidly absorbed and moves
quickly into and within each plant. Acapela® is best applied at the 20–50% bloom stage.
DuPont™ Acapela® Field Performance – Canola
70.0
60.0
Yield
50.0
52.0
49.0
54.1
56.7
54.3
55.6
56.2
52.8
55.9
52.3
45.0
42.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
0.0
Acapela Untreated Acapela Proline
n=20
n=21
Bu/acre
®
®
®
Acapela Lance
n=9
®
®
Acapela Astound
n=3
®
®
Acapela Exempla
n=1
®
™
Acapela Rovral
n=1
®
®
Source: 2012-2016 DuPont Side-by-Side Trials
• Grower-run field scale trials show excellent results
• Improved harvestability, standability and plant health
Scouting Tips to Determine Flowering Stage
As flowering begins, canola fields should be regularly scouted to check for proper staging. Depending
on the hybrid and climate, many fields can go from first flower to 30% bloom in 6 - 8 days.
•Sample several areas separately
• Pull off the secondary branches from the main stem
• Count open flowers and existing pods on the main stem only
• When you have determined the average number of open flowers and existing pods on the main stem, use the guidelines below to determine the current flowering stage
10% Bloom Stage
5-10 open flowers on the main stem. Can occur 2-4 days after first flower.
30% Bloom Stage
15-20 open flowers and existing pods on the main stem. Pods are beginning
to elongate on oldest flowers.
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20% Bloom Stage
10-15 open flowers on the main stem. A few petals may be dropping and
oldest flowers may have a pod beginning to develop.
50% Bloom Stage
20 or more open flowers and existing pods on the main stem.
Speed, agility and
exceptional coverage.
DuPont™ Acapela® brings health to your crops and value to your business.
Cereals
Diseases in cereals affect both yield and quality, so you need a fungicide you can rely on.
Acapela® provides more complete coverage against key diseases like leaf rust, powdery
mildew, septoria leaf blotch and tan spot because it is rapidly absorbed and moves
quickly into and within each plant. Acapela® is best applied at the T2 or flag leaf stage.
DuPont™ Acapela® Field Performance - Wheat
90.0
80.0
70.0
Yield
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
0.0
Acapela® Untreated
57.9
54
n=19
Bu/Acre
Acapela® Twinline®
64.1
63.3
n=18
Acapela® Quilt®
64.1
61.9
n = 13
Acapela® Folicur®
59.5
58.2
n = 13
Acapela® Evito®
79
77
n=1
Source: 2012 - 2015 DuPont side-by-side trials.
• Excellent results versus major competitors
• Excellent reuse intentions
• Improved harvestability, standability and plant health
Optimize Cereal Yields (Protection of Flag and Flag -1)
2012 DuPont Fungicide Trial
36DAT (Application July 8, 2012) Viking, AB
Flag Leaf - upper leaf
Penultimate - lower leaf
Acapela®
Twinline®
Untreated
Acapela®
Twinline®
Source: Carman, MB 2015
Quilt®
Untreated
Source: Viking, AB 2012
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Speed, agility and
exceptional coverage.
DuPont™ Acapela® the new standard in disease control.
Pulse Crops and Soybeans
Acapela® is an exceptional solution for control of anthracnose, asoschyta blight,
septoria brown spot, Asian soybean rust, and for suppression of sclerotinia rot or
white mould in pulse crops (soybeans, peas, lentils, chickpeas and dry beans).
clerotinia white mould can be devastating to pulse and soybean crops’ yield
S
potential. With Acapela ® you now have a unique new production tool to manage this
serious disease while striving for higher yields.
Acapela® Helps Optimize Soybean Yields
Source: Grosse Isle, MB, 2014
DuPont™ Acapela® on Lentils
Untreated
Source: Ponteix, sk, August 2013
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DuPont™ Acapela®
Speed, agility and
exceptional coverage.
Diseases Controlled and Application Information
Crops
Canola
Diseases
Sclerotinia rot
Rates per 9.6 L jug
0.323 L/ac (30 acres/jug)
Apply at 20–50% bloom prior to disease development
to control white mould. Under high disease pressure,
make a second fungicide application with a different
mode of action 7–14 days later.
0.192 to 0.240 L/ac
(40 to 50 acres/jug)
Begin applications prior to disease development and
continue on a 7-14 day interval. Use higher rate and
shorter interval when disease pressure is high. To
optimize yields in cereals, it is important to protect the
flag leaf from foliar diseases. For optimizing yield and
flag leaf disease control, apply Acapela® at Feeke’s 9,
‘flag leaf out’.
0.213 to 0.320 L/ac
(30 to 45 acres/jug)
Begin applications prior to disease development and
continue on a 7-14 day interval. Use higher rate and
shorter interval when disease pressure is high.
– white mould
Cereals
Leaf rust
Net blotch
Acapela® Fungicide Application
Information
Powdery mildew
Septoria leaf blotch
Tan spot
Stripe rust
Scald
Crown Rust
Corn
Northern corn
leaf blight
For optimal disease control, apply at full tassel (VT) to
milk stage (R3) corn.
Pulse crops
(peas,
lentils,
chickpeas,
dry beans)
Anthracnose (lentils
and dry beans)
0.240 to 0.352 L/ac
(27 to 40 acres/jug)
Begin applications prior to disease development and
continue on a 7-14 day interval. Use higher rate and
shorter interval when disease pressure is high.
0.352 L/ac (27 acres/jug)
Make initial preventative application at beginning
bloom and follow with 2nd application with a different
mode of action 7–10 days later at full bloom.
Asian soybean rust
Ascochyta blight
(in lentils and dry
beans)
Mycosphaerella*
blight (field peas)
Sclerotinia rot
– white mould*
Penetration of spray droplets into the lower canopy
is critical to achieve optimum efficacy. Ensure spray
volume and spray pressure are optimized to achieve
thorough coverage.
Soybeans
Sclerotinia rot
– white mould*
0.352 L/ac (27 acres/jug)
For white mould, make initial preventative application
at R1 to R2 (beginning to full bloom) and follow up with
2nd application 7-10 days later.
Asian soybean rust
0.240 to 0.352 L/ac
(27 to 40 acres/jug)
For foliar diseases, the optimal time for
application is typically at the R2 to R3
growth stage (full bloom to beginning pod).
Frogeye leafspot
Septoria brown spot
*Suppression only.
Refer to the Acapela® label for complete use instructions.
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Curzate® has been beating
blight for over 40 years.
• Employs a combination of preventative, post-infection and antisporulant activity
• Management at point sources of infection
• Unique post-infection activity
Curzate® is highly effective with its locally systemic activity. It rapidly penetrates the foliage
and stem surfaces to provide multi-levels of fast-acting disease control. Curzate® can help stop
disease post-infection but cannot reverse damage already done, so make sure you apply prior
to symptoms appearing. Always tank-mix with a preventative broad spectrum fungicide to
control early blight.
Crops: Potatoes.
Chemical Group: Group 27 fungicide.
Packaging: One (1) bag contains 1.8 kg of product.
Diseases Controlled and Application Information
Crop
Diseases
Rate
Potatoes
Late blight
Apply Curzate at 90 g/ac (225 g/ha)
with 0.55 kg/ac– 0.64 kg/ac
(1.35 kg/ha –1.6kg/ha) of
a Group M fungicide.
Early blight1
PHI
®
8 days
Application Information
Initial applications should start when local
conditions indicate that late blight is
imminent; make additional applications
at 5 to 7 day intervals, however at least
20 days must pass between the 2nd
and 3rd application. If disease conditions
are present during this 20 day period,
a fungicide other than Curzate® must
be used to protect the crop during this
period.
The higher Group M fungicide rate
0.64 kg/ac (1.6 kg/ha) is to be used under
conditions of high disease pressures.
Apply no more than 4 applications
per crop.
Approved for aerial application.
1
Early blight is controlled by the registered tank-mix with a Group M fungicide.
Refer to the Curzate® label for complete use instructions.
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It works, rain or shine.
• Post-infection and kick-back activity against late blight
and control of late blight stem infections
• Offers both systemic and protectant activity
• Resistant to wash-off
• Combination of two actives – famoxadone and cymoxanil
• Excellent for the control of early blight in potatoes
Crops: Caneberries, potatoes, tomatoes.
Chemical Group: Group 11 and Group 27 fungicides.
Packaging: One (1) bag contains 3.4 Kg of product.
Diseases Controlled and Application Information
Crop
Diseases
Rate
Potatoes
Early blight
226 g/ac
to 340 g/ac
(560 g/ha
to 840 g/ha)
14 days
226 g/ac
(560 g/ha)
3 days
340 g/ac
(840 g/ha)
9 days
Late blight
Field tomatoes
Caneberries (including
Blackberry; Raspberry,
red and black; Wild
raspberry; Loganberry;
cultivars and hybrids
of these)
Caneberry
anthracnose
Caneberry
spur blight
Cane botrytis
Preharvest
fruit rot
PHI
Application Information
Apply in a preventative program. Make the
second application no less than 12 days
after the first; a third application may
be made no less than 24 days after
the second.
Do not apply more than 100 ha/day.
Make the first application following
1 to 2 applications of a preventative
broad spectrum fungicide such as
mancozeb or chlorothalonil. It is
recommended to alternate with
other fungicides (non-Group 11 or
non-Group 27) to manage resistance.
Apply in a preventative program. Make the
second application no less than 12 days
after the first; a third application may
be made no less than 24 days after
the second.
Do not apply more than 100 ha/day.
Make the first application following
1 to 2 applications of a preventative
broad spectrum fungicide such as
mancozeb or chlorothalonil. It is
recommended to alternate with
other fungicides (non-Group 11 or
non-Group 27) to manage resistance.
Refer to the Tanos® label for complete use instructions.
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Notes
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DuPont™ Coragen®
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DuPont™ Verimark™
INSECTICIDES
Insecticides
Insecticides
Performance you can count on.
DuPont™ Coragen® insecticide is now registered for use on oilseed for the control of grasshoppers.
• Powered by DuPont™ Rynaxypyr®, Coragen® is an innovative insecticide providing
broad spectrum, extended control of many pests
•A
ctive ingredient from a whole new group of chemistry with no cross-resistance
to other chemistries
•C
ontrols hatching insects all the way through to adult stages of development
• Fast Acting! Feeding can stop in as little as 7 minutes
• Coragen® has minimal impact on beneficial insects and pollinators when applied at label rates1. Its
unique environmental and toxicological profile make it a sound choice for growers and applicators
Crops:
• Brassica vegetables
• Canola
• Cereals (wheat, barley, rye, oats, triticale)
• Chickpeas
• Cucurbit vegetables
• Corn (field, sweet, seed, pop)
• Fodder and hay
• Fruiting vegetables
• Grass forage
• Leafy vegetables
• Legume vegetables
• Lentils
• Mint
• Non-grass animal feeds
• Okra
• Peas
• Potatoes
• Soybeans
• Sunflowers
• Tuberous and corm
• Vegetables
Chemical Group: Group 28, Anthranilic diamide. Coragen® controls insect pests
through a novel mode of action – the activation of insect ryanodine receptors (RyRs).
These receptors play a critical role in muscle function. Application of Coragen®
produces rapid cessation of feeding, lethargy, regurgitation and muscle paralysis,
ultimately leading to death.
Application Information:
Packaging:
Rainfast:
Water Volume:
Re-entry Period
6 L jug x 2/case
1 hour
10 Gal/ac
12 hours
Coragen® Provides Excellent Control of Bertha Armyworm.
Canola after 4 days - approximately 75% defoliation in untreated.
Untreated
Coragen®
Source: DuPont Pioneer Research Facility, Ardrossan, AB 2014
1
In line with Integrated Pest Management and Good Agricultural Practices, insecticide applications should be made
when pollinators are not foraging to avoid unnecessary exposure.
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Performance you can count on.
DuPont™ Coragen® Provides Outstanding Protection On Key Insect Pests!
Bertha armyworm greatest damage
Diamondback moth greatest damage
Cutworm greatest damage
Seed
Cotyledon
1st Leaf
3 Leaf
6 Leaf
Pre-Bolt
10% Flower
20% Flower
50% Flower
Pod Development
Seed Set
Mature
Provides Extended Control:
7 to 21 days (depending on rate and when weather and temperature are optimal).
Staging:
Controls hatching insects all the way through to adult stages.
Tank-Mixing:
Very stable in the tank and very tank mixable. Refer to product label for tank-mixing instructions
and to Tank-Mixing Policy for Supported Tank-Mixes.
Temperature:
Can be applied in a wide range of temperatures (between 4°C and 40°C).
Pests Controlled and Application timing
Crop
Pest
Rate
Oilseeds Group
Canola, Rape seed,
Mustard seed, Flax, Linseed,
Sunflower seed, Safflower,
Borage, Calendula,
Castor oil plant, Chinese
tallowtree, Cottonseed,
Crambe, Cuphea, Echium,
Euphorbia, Evening
Primrose, Gold of Pleasure,
Hare’s ear mustard, Jojoba,
Lesquerella, Lunaria,
Meadowfoam, Milkweed,
Niger seed, Oil radish,
Poppy seed, Rose hip,
Stokes aster, Sweet rocket,
Tea oil plant
Diamondback
moth
0.05 L/ac
(50 mL/ac)
Cabbage looper
0.101 L/ac
(101 mL/ac)
Cutworms
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1 day
Begin applications when
treatment thresholds have
been reached. Thorough
coverage is important to
obtain optimum control.
Swede midge
Bertha
armyworm
0.5 to
0.151 L/ac
(50 mL to
151 mL/ac)
Grasshoppers
0.50 L/ac to
0.101 L/ac
(50 mL/ac to
101 mL/ac)
Banded sunflower
moth
0.101 to
0.151 L/ac
(101 to
151 mL/ac)
Grasshoppers
0.50 L/ac to
0.101 L/ac
(50 mL/ac to
101 mL/ac)
Cutworms
0.101L/ac
(101 mL/ac)
Armyworm
Fall armyworm
Beet armyworm
Corn earworm
European corn
borer
0.101L/ac to
0.151 L/ac
(101 mL/ac to
151 mL/ac)
Application Information
Begin applications when
treatment thresholds have
been reached. Thorough
coverage is important to
obtain optimum control.
For early season cutworm
control, apply to foliage when
rain is not expected in the next
24 hours. For optimal control,
apply to smaller plants or when
lower portions of plant can
receive adequate coverage.
Do not make more than
2 applications per season.
Do not apply more than once
every 5 days.
Do not exceed a total of
1.125 litres of DuPont™ Coragen ®
insecticide per ha per season.
Imported
cabbage worm
Sunflower head
moth
CEREAL GRAINS
Barley, Buckwheat, Millet pearl, Millet - proso, Oats,
Rye, Sorghum, Teosinte,
Triticale, Wheat
PHI
1 day
Performance you can count on.
Pests Controlled and Application timing
Crop
Pest
Rate
LEGUME VEGETABLES
Bean (Lupinus) (includes
grain lupin, sweet lupin,
white lupin and white sweet
lupin), Bean (Phaseolus)
(includes field bean, kidney
bean, lima bean, navy bean,
pinto bean, runner bean,
snap bean, tepary bean, wax
bean), Bean (Vigna) (includes
adzuki bean, asparagus bean,
blackeyed pea, catjang,
Chinese longbean, cowpea,
crowder pea, moth bean,
mung bean, rice bean,
southern pea, urd bean,
yardlong bean), Broad bean
(fava), Chickpea (garbanzo),
Guar, Jackbean, Lablab bean,
Lentil, Pea (Pisum) (includes
dwarf pea, edible-podded
pea, English pea, Field Pea,
garden pea, green pea,
snowpea, sugar snap pea),
Pigeon pea, Sword bean,
Soybean
Grasshoppers
0.50 L/ac to
0.101 L/ac
CORN
Field corn, popcorn,
Seed corn, Sweet corn
Black cutworm
PHI
Begin applications when
treatment thresholds have
been reached. Thorough
coverage is important to
obtain optimum control.
For cutworm control, apply to
foliage when rain is not expected
in the next 24 hours. For optimal
control, apply to smaller plants
or when lower portions of plant
can receive adequate coverage.
1 day
(sweet
and seed
corn)
Begin applications when
treatment thresholds have
been reached. Thorough
coverage is important to
obtain optimum control.
For black cutworm control,
apply to foliage when rain is not
expected in the next 24 hours.
For optimal control, apply to
smaller plants or when lower
portions of plant can receive
adequate coverage.
For corn earworm, European
corn borer and Western bean
cutworm control, time the
applications to coincide with
peak egg hatch. Scout by
monitoring egg laying and egg
hatch to determine application
timing. Thorough coverage is
essential for optimum control.
Reapply if monitoring indicates it
is necessary.
(50 mL/ac to
101 mL/ac)
Cabbage looper
Cutworms
Armyworm
Fall armyworm
Beet armyworm
Corn earworm
Application Information
1 day
0.101 L/ac
(101 mL/ac)
0.101 to
0.151 L/ac
(101 to
151 mL/ac)
European
corn borer
Western bean
cutworm
Armyworm
Fall armyworm
Beet armyworm
Variegated
cutworm
Corn earworm
European
corn borer
Western bean
cutworm
0.101 L/ac
(101 mL/ac)
0.101 to
0.151 L/ac
(101 to
151 mL/ac)
14 days
(field
corn &
popcorn)
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Performance you can count on.
Pests Controlled and Application timing
Crop
Pest
Rate
PHI
Application Information
POTATOES
Colorado
potato beetle
0.25 to
0.5 L/ac
(250 to 500
mL/ac)
1 day
European
corn borer
0.101 to
0.151 L/ac
(101 to
151 mL/ac)
Begin applications when treatment
thresholds have been reached.
Thorough coverage is essential for
optimum control.
For Colorado potato beetle,
application made at larval stages
provides optimal control. For all
pests, use the high rate under
heavy pest pressure.
For control of European corn borer,
time the application to coincide
with peak egg hatch. Scout for
European corn borer by monitoring
egg laying and egg hatch to
determine application timing.
Registered for aerial application.
Variegated
cutworm
GRASS FORAGE,
FODDER AND HAY
GROUP
Any grass, Gramineae family
(either green or cured) except
sugarcane and those included
in the cereal grains group,
that will be fed to or grazed
by livestock, all pasture and
range grasses and grasses
grown for hay or silage.
NON-GRASS
ANIMAL FEEDS GROUP
Alfalfa, Bean (velvet), Clover
(Trifolium, Melilotus), Kudzu,
Lespedeza, Lupin, Sainfoin,
Trefoil, Vetch; Vetch (crown),
Vetch (milk)
Grasshoppers
0.50 L/ac to
0.101 L/ac
(50 mL/ac to
101 mL/ac)
Armyworm
0.101 to
0.151 L/ac
(101 mL ac to
151 mL/ac)
Fall armyworm
Beet armyworm
Corn earworm
Beet armyworm
0.101 to
0.151 L/ac
(101 mL ac to
151 mL/ac
Alfalfa weevil
0.375 to
0.5 L/ac
(375 to
500 mL/ac)
Refer to the Coragen® label for complete use instructions.
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0 days
Begin applications when
treatment thresholds have
been reached. Thorough
coverage is important to
obtain optimum control.
0 days
Begin applications when
treatment thresholds have
been reached. Thorough
coverage is important to
obtain optimum control.
The right start for
a strong finish.
• Delivers fast root uptake to protect the root system
from early season pest damage
• Provides excellent cross-spectrum insect control of
both sucking and chewing pests
• Verimark™ is a highly effective IPM product and will
help manage resistance
Crops: Potatoes, brassica vegetables and
root vegetables.
Chemical Group: Group 28, anthranilic diamide.
Packaging: 2.365 litre jug, 4 jugs per case.
Re-entry Period: Twelve (12) hours.
Pests Controlled and Application Information
Crop
Pest
Rate
Application Information
Potatoes
Colorado potato
beetle
In-furrow application:
Apply as a narrow band in-furrow.
For best results, direct spray on the
seed pieces in the furrow. Thorough
coverage of seed pieces is important
to obtain optimum control.
Potato flea beetle
(early season control
of spring adults)
6.75 to 9 mL/100 m
of row or 0.3 L/ac –
0.4 L/ac (750 to
1000 mL/ha) (based
on 90 cm row spacing).
Seed-Piece Treatment:
45 mL/100 kg of seed
pieces or 0.4 L/ac
(1000 ml/ha) (based on
2200 kg/ha planting rate).
Apply only in areas with adequate
ventilation or areas equipped to
remove spray mist or dust.
Good coverage of the seed-piece
is required for optimal control.
Following an application of Verimark™,
a fungicide potato seed treatment
or inert dust is recommended.
Do not make more than 1 soil
or seed-piece application per season.
Do not exceed a total of
1.5 litres Verimark™ insecticide
per ha per season.
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Notes
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Seed Treatment
DuPont™ Lumiderm®
SEED TREATMENT
Seed Treatment
53
house Testing
It’s time to fight back against cutworms, flea beetles, changing environmental conditions and the
challenges of time management during the early stages of crop development.
Choose DuPont™ Lumiderm® to provide excellent plant protection right from the start, allowing
you to protect your seed investment.
Key Benefits:
• Excellent control of early season cutworms
FLEA BEETLE DAMAGE (14-35 Days After Seeding)
LUMIDERM DEMONSTRATES YIELD INCREASE
®
• Enhanced protection against crucifer and
12 beetles
striped flea
54.5
10
flea beetle
• Up to
damage
6
35 days
of protection through the
4
stages of seedling
growth
2
1.4 bu/ac
higher yield
54
35% less
flea beetle
critical
damage
Bushels/Acre
• Improved early season seedling stand
33% less
8
establishment and biomass
striped
% Damage
GE
Better start.
Better harvest.
53.5
53
52.5
• New class0of chemistry (Group 28) for resistance
Standard
Lumiderm
management
+ Standard
52
®
Demo strip trials, 2010-2015
Lumiderm
+ Standard
®
Net Yield Comparison, N=137
Mixed Population of Crucifer & Striped Beetles, N=192Trials
Crops:
Canola.
Source: DuPont
Research & Development (replicated) trials and Grower
Standard
Source:
Grower
Demo Strips,
Western
Canada, 2013-2015
Source:
G
rower
Demo
Strips,
Western Canada, 2013-2015
Chemical Group: Group 28.
See the Lumiderm® difference in cutworm control
Growers know cutworms are a real problem in canola production and very difficult to
detect, since they typically live underground during the day and feed at night. This makes it
very challenging to control them with a foliar insecticide application. That’s why Lumiderm®
is such an important leap forward in seed treatment. During the first 35 days of
seedling growth, Lumiderm® protects your canola from cutworm feeding which helps
enhance early season stand establishment.
In order for Lumiderm® to take effect, it requires ingestion,
which means you will see some symptoms of cutworm
feeding damage. After the insect takes one or two bites of
the canola treated with Lumiderm®, it will stop feeding. It may
take up to 72 hours for the cutworm to be controlled.
Standard Treatment
®
Lumiderm
Source: Seven Persons, AB, 42 Days After Seeding.
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Better start.
Better harvest.
See the Lumiderm® difference in protection against flea beetles
Growers know there are few threats more significant to Canada’s multi-billion dollar canola industry
than flea beetles. Growers are faced with increasing flea beetle populations and are looking for a
better way to control them. Lumiderm® provides enhanced protection against both crucifer and
striped flea beetles, which ultimately protects your seed investment and gets your crop off to
a strong start.
FLEA
FLEABEETLE
BEETLEDAMAGE
DAMAGE
(14-35
(14-35
Days
Days
After
After
Seeding)
Seeding)
12 12
6060
10 10
33%
33%
less
less
striped
striped
flea
flea
beetle
beetle
damage
damage
% Damage
% Damage
5050
4040
3030
2020
% Damage
% Damage
7070
®
54 54
88
35%
35%
less
less
flea
flea
beetle
beetle
damage
damage
66
44
00
0 0
Standard
Standard
Lumiderm
Lumiderm
++
Standard
Standard
®
2-year Lab/Greenhouse Testing
Standard Treatment
53.5
53.5
53 53
52.5
52.5
Standard
Standard
®
Source:
Source:
University
University
of AB,
of AB,
Dr.
Dr.
Andrew
Andrew
Keddie,
Keddie,
2-year
2-year
Lab/Greenhouse
Lab/Greenhouse
Testing
Testing
Source:
U
niversity
of
AB,
Dr.
Andrew
Keddie,
®
54.5
54.5
2 2
1010
Lumiderm
Lumiderm
+ Standard
+ Standard
®
®
Mixed
Mixed
Population
Population
of Crucifer
of Crucifer
& Striped
& Striped
Beetles,
Beetles,
N=192Trials
N=192Trials
Source:
Source:
DuPont
DuPont
Research
& Research
Development
& Development
(replicated)
trials
trials
andand
Grower
Grower
Source:
D
Research
uPont
&(replicated)
Development
(replicated)
Demo
Demo
strip
strip
trials,
trials,
2010-2015
2010-2015
trials and Grower Demo strip trials, 2010-2016
Lumiderm® Treated Seed
Source: Lumsden, SK, 22 Days After Seeding
Visit lumidermvideo.dupont.ca to see Lumiderm® in action.
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LUMIDERM
LUMIDERMDEM
DE
Bushels/Acre
Bushels/Acre
STRIPED
STRIPEDFLEA
FLEABEETLE
BEETLEDAMAGE
DAMAGE
52 52
Stan
St
NetNe
Y
Source:
Source:
Grower
Grower
Demo
Demo
Str
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Performance Commitment
56
Resistance Management
57
Fungicide Resistance Management
59
The Benefits of Solumax®
Soluble Granules
60
Herbicide Mixing Instructions
61
DuPont™ FarmCare® Connect
Grower Program
OTHER
INFORMATION
Other
Information
Other Information
Performance Commitment
When you purchase a DuPont product, you’re protected by our Performance Commitment
Policy. DuPont stands behind its crop protection products, its recommendations and
all labeled uses. If you’re not satisfied with a product’s performance, we need to know.
Tell us within 21 days of application, and prior to July 15th, and we will address the situation
professionally and promptly.
The DuPont Performance Agreement:
• Products must be applied according to the label and DuPont recommendations.
Extensive research has gone into these recommendations. We stand behind them.
They are the foundation of safe and responsible use.
• DuPont is not responsible for poor performance or crop injury resulting from adverse
weather conditions, resistant weed biotypes, or inadequate crop competition.
• We will ensure all customer inquiries are investigated expediently and provide the most
appropriate level of assistance. This may range from advice to replacement product.
• The maximum product allowance is limited to the value of the original DuPont product
purchased and used for the area in question. Application costs will not be covered.
• Growers must sign a settlement and release form for product.
• Product cannot be substituted or returned.
• DuPont reserves the right to verify purchases through product invoices from the retailer
to calibrate spraying equipment.
• DuPont must be notified as soon as possible within 21 days after application, and prior
to July 15th. After July 15th, it’s too late to confidently determine cause or remedial action
so no good-will product will be provided. Calls, however, will still be answered
and documented. Crops must be standing in field to make an adequate evaluation.
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Resistance Management
Resistance Defense Framework – the 4R’s
Weed resistance is a global phenomenon, but the specific challenges vary at the local level and
so should a grower’s weed management tactics. The key is for each producer to build a weed
management strategy that suits their farm. If herbicide-resistant weeds are not controlled, they can
add to the seed bank and emerge the following year, likely as a higher proportion of weeds in that
field. These uncontrolled weeds can not only lower yields this year, but in future years as well.
To help you manage weeds today while avoiding the development of resistance tomorrow, DuPont
Crop Protection has developed a resistance defense framework called the 4R’s: choose the right
product, apply at the right rate, at the right time, with the right agronomy. This framework
encompasses weed management plans from seed, chemical and land management practices to
maximize crop performance and control target weeds and minimize escapes before they go to seed.
By applying the 4R’s with the product lineup that’s available today, growers can effectively delay the
development of resistant weeds on their farm. Remember your goal: to prevent weeds from going
to seed.
The 4 R’s
Right Product
• Choose the right seed with the best yield, trait and technology package
• Use herbicides with multiple modes of action
• Use herbicides with broad spectrum activity
• Minimize repetition of the same herbicide combination in sequence
D
SEE
Right Rate
• Increase seeding rates to outcompete volunteers
• Follow the herbicide label
• Do not reduce herbicide rates
Right Time
• Apply early and at labelled crop stage and weed size
• Apply products at different timing throughout the season
Right Agronomy
• Choose a diverse crop rotation (at least 3)
• Plant clean, certified seed
• Scout fields routinely
• Mow down (or harvest separately) any suspected resistant patches
• Selective mechanical weed control
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Fungicide Resistance Management
As fungicides become a more important part of growers’ production tools, managing
fungicide use to prevent resistance becomes more critical.
With multiple fungicide brands entering the market each year, and with limited available information
about fungicide resistance, it can be difficult to determine a solid resistance management strategy.
What is fungicide Resistance?
Before determining the best strategy for preventing fungicide resistance, it’s important to understand
what fungicide resistance is and how it develops.
Resistance may occur where the repeated use of a particular fungicide selects naturally-occurring
resistant strains within the normal pathogen population. This allows the selected strains to multiply
over time, until they become dominant in the population and pose a disease control problem.
The Fungicide Resistance Action Committee (FRAC) states that the term ‘resistance’ should be limited
to situations where both of the following conditions are met:
• The development of resistance leads to failure of disease control under practical field conditions
following the application of a fungicide correctly and according to the label, and
•A
demonstration that a loss of control is due to the presence of pathogenic strains with reduced
fungicide sensitivity.
Fungicide Resistance Development involves two key steps:
- Change in a pathogen which results in decreased sensitivity to a fungicide.
-T
he progressive selection of either less sensitive or insensitive individuals in a population,
resulting in consistently reduced disease control, absence of control or
control lower than commercially acceptable.
light changes to control dynamics are not obvious in the field. Often
S
when disease control failure occurs to the degree that it’s noticeable,
the change in sensitivity has already been considerable.
he risk of fungicide resistance developing depends on
T
3 contributing factors. These factors are depicted in this
resistance risk triangle.
1. Type of fungicide and its interaction with the
target sites of the pathogen
2. Pathogen
3. Agronomic Risk
Resistance risk is thus determined by how a particular fungicide is being used to
control a particular pathogen under certain conditions.
Effective Resistance Management
These strategies are effective for resistance management:
1. Integrated Pest Management (agronomic practices)
2. Alternation of full rates of single mode of action products
3. Simultaneous application of Multiple Modes of Action (MMOA)
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Fungicide Resistance Management
1. Integrated Pest Management
A resistance management program should involve both agronomic practices and optimum fungicide
use practices. The desired result is to minimize the amount of disease pressure in any given season.
Specific tactics include:
• Crop rotation
• Variety selection
• Row spacing
• Resistant varieties
• Tillage, drainage
• J udicious use of fungicides
(e.g. use of disease forecasting models
to guide the timing of fungicide applications)
2. Alternation
To be effective, resistance management practices need to enable one basic principle: each individual in
a fungus population should be exposed to each mode of action either simultaneously or in sequence.
•A
lternating fungicides is an effective way to reduce the number of selection events that would
favour the resistant strains
•F
or diseases requiring a high number of fungicide applications per cropping cycle, and in which only
a limited number of different modes of action are available, alternation rather than combination of
fungicides may be a more effective way to reduce selection pressure in commercial spray programs
as it results in fewer exposures of each active
Rotating products with a single mode of action is very effective under these conditions:
• When dealing with a pathogen that has low risk of becoming resistant, like sclerotinia
• When only 1 or 2 applications of a product are made per crop season
•W
hen resistance to a fungicide is not possible because of lethal mutations, or where the fungicide is
not severely impacted by the known mutation(s) and the fungicide offers superior efficacy
3. Multiple Modes of Action (MMOA)
Simultaneous application of fungicide with different modes of action (either as a premix or a tank-mix)
can be a very effictive strategy for managing fungicide resistance. In principle, the populations with
resistance to one mode of action are likely to be susceptible to the next, thereby reducing the
likelihood of selection favoring a resistant population.
Summary
There are many factors involved in managing fungicide resistance, with fungicide choice being just
one. Although the level of resistance risk in Canada is relatively low in many cases, it is important to
begin investing in lowering the risk further.
According to FRAC, there is no clear evidence to suggest that either strategy (rotation or mixtures) is
better for resistance management.
The choice of which strategy to adopt must be made according to the pathogen to be controlled, the
crop variety to be protected and the availability of suitable fungicides.
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Clearly different:
DuPont™ Solumax®
soluble granules.
The convenience and benefits of a dry herbicide that works like a liquid
Many sulfonylurea herbicides from DuPont are formulated
using the unique technology of Solumax® soluble granules
to deliver active ingredients that completely dissolve in
water, creating a clear solution. That means you get all the
convenience and benefits of a dry herbicide that works
just like a liquid.
Here are the three (3) key benefits:
1. Solumax will save you time, money and
water with easier sprayer cleanout.
®
Dry flowable
(DF)
Soluble granules
(SG)
Remember, not all dry herbicides are alike! If
your dry herbicide isn’t powered by Solumax®,
you may not be maximizing your weed control
and putting your operations at risk.
Products powered by Solumax fully dissolve into
solution so less active adheres to the sides of the
tank and particles won’t clog nozzles or become trapped in filters or other pinch points. In tests,
cleanout times were reduced by up to 70% when compared to a DF herbicide.
®
2. Lower risk to sensitive crops.
Because it is easier to remove product residue from the tank, the impact to subsequently
sprayed crops like peas or canola is minimized.
3. C
onsistent weed control.
Solumax® increases the bioavailability of the active ingredient to the weed. The active is rapidly
absorbed into the weed, which provides fast, effective and consistent weed control.
The clear liquid on the leaf surface is a herbicide powered by Solumax®. It is completely dissolved into a clear
solution. The DF herbicide is cloudy because its particles are merely in suspension.
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Herbicide mixing instructions for DuPont herbicides
powered by Solumax® soluble granules.
1. Always start with a clean and empty sprayer tank.
2. Fill the tank 1/2 to 2/3 full of clean water.
3. With the agitator running, add the required amount of soluble granule (SG) herbicide.
Continue to agitate for a minimum of 5 minutes to ensure that the SG herbicide is
completely dissolved.
4. Make sure there are no undissolved granules, and then add the required amount of
the tank-mix partner.
5. If the tank-mix partner is an Emulsifiable Concentrate (EC), reduce agitation to avoid
inducing an invert emulsion. Once dissolved, SG herbicide will remain in solution.
6. Add the rest of the water.
7. If required for the tank-mixture, add the appropriate adjuvant. If an antifoaming agent
is required, add last.
8. Refer to the tank-mix sections of the Directions for Use booklet for mixing order and
other mixing instructions.
9. For repeat tank loads, reduce the materials remaining in the tank to 10% of the original
volume or less before proceeding with Step 1, because remaining chemicals may
prevent SG herbicide soluble granules from completely dissolving. If this is not possible,
pre-slurry SG herbicide in a small amount (5 L to 10 L) of water before adding to the
tank. Once dissolved, SG herbicide will not settle out, even if the sprayer is parked for
long periods of time. If the sprayer has been left standing for a period of time and if a
non-water soluble tank-mix partner has been added, agitate thoroughly to re-suspend
the tank-mix partner before resuming spraying. Spray preparation should be used within
24 hours or product degradation may occur.
Special mixing instructions for soluble granule (SG) herbicides
when using a CHEM HANDLER:
1. Ensure the chem handler is clean (rinsed with ammonia).
2. For best results, add the SG herbicide to the top of the sprayer tank.
3. If you do use a chem handler, make sure that all of the SG herbicide is completely
dissolved and injected into the main tank with agitation before adding other chemicals.
4. Low water volumes in some chem handlers can cause the water to become saturated
with soluble granules, leaving undissolved granules. In that case, rinse the chem handler
with clean water before adding any other chemicals.
5. Always dissolve the soluble granules with agitation in the main tank before adding a
tank-mix partner.
Note: Follow the clean-out procedure recommended for sprayer tanks for the chem handler.
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