WHY USE CLONE?
- Same active as Reglone®
- Fast acting performance
- Quick crop drydown
- Improved crop quality
- Faster, easier harvest
- Use in all soil zones
- No re-cropping restrictions
- Proven desiccant performance for the best price
NOTE: Higher rates should be used with heavy crop stands, weedy crops, or heavy vine regrowth.
† Use high rates for dense crops and/or heavy weed infestations. High rates are recommended in canola and chickpeas.
* This product can cause shattering losses in non-shatter resistant canola
WHEN TO APPLY
- Group 22
- Icon™ or Agral® 90 at 1 L per 1000 L water
Dry beans and lentils: LI 700 at 2.5 L per 1000 L water may also be used
- Diquat 240 g/L emulsifiable concentrate (EC)
PACKAGE SIZE (low rate)
- Case: 40 acres
- Bulk: 230 acres
- Ground: 20-40 US gallons/acre (90-180 L/acre)
- Aerial: minimum 4.5 US gallons/acre (18 L/acre)
- 15 minutes – no effect once the spray solution has dried.
- All major crops can be grown the year after application
SUPPORTED TANK MIXES
- Do not freeze. If crystallization occurs because of freezing, warm to room temperature and agitate gently before use. Store this product away from food or feed.
GRAZING AND HARVEST
- Crop waste remaining after harvest (i.e. pea or alfalfa stems) can be fed to livestock
- See label for pre-harvest restrictions by crop
- Fill the spray tank 1/2 full of clean water, begin agitation or bypass and continue throughout mixing and application process.
- Add the required amount of Clone.
- Add the required amount of surfactant.
- Complete filling of sprayer and apply.
- If application is stopped prior to completion, re-suspend spray solution by full agitation prior to commencing spraying again.
- The best time to apply is evening or before periods of darkness, or on cloudy days.
- Use high water volumes as directed and increase water volume with thick crop canopy.
- Typical symptoms include wilting, interveinal discoloration within hours of application, followed by leaf-edge blackening in some species, and complete browning of top growth. Complete dessication can take from 4 – 14 days depending on the crop and weather conditions.
- Drought stress or late season moisture can reduce product performance.
- Application timing is critical, if product is applied too early crop quality can be impacted.
- Regular canola can shatter easily if harvest is delayed, pod shatter tolerant varieties will have less shattering.
- Adverse weather after application (heavy rains, wind, hail) may increase crop damage and loss