WHY USE BATTLEFRONT?
- Same active as PrePass® Flex
- Dependable pre-seed and post-harvest weed control of dandelion (top growth), narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard, volunteer canola (all types) and wild buckwheat when mixed with Disruptor® 360 glyphosate.
- Control or suppression of 40 grass and broadleaf weeds when mixed with Disruptor® 360 glyphosate
- Use in all soil zones
- Extended control of specific broadleaf weeds
- Spring or fall application flexibility
- Excellent pre-seed crop safety
- Low rate, easy to use
- High performance, broad spectrum cereal pre-seed for the best price
(when mixed with glyphosate)
- Annual blue grass (3)
- Annual sow thistle (3)
- Canada fleabane
- Canada thistle
- Cow cockle
- Crabgrass (3)
- Dandelion (1)
- Downy brome
- Foxtail barley (3)
- Giant foxtail
- Green foxtail
- Lady’s thumb
- Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
- Narrow-leaved vetch
- Persian darnel
- Prickly lettuce (3)
- Quackgrass (3)
- Redroot pigweed
- Russian thistle
- Scentless chamomile
- Shepherd’s purse
- Toadflax (3)
- Volunteer barley
- Volunteer Canola (all HT types)
- Volunteer flax
- Volunteer wheat
- Wild buckwheat
- Wild mustard
- Wild oats
- Annual sow thistle
- Perennial sow thistle
SPRING AND FALL EXTENDED CONTROL (4)
- Canada fleabane, volunteer canola (2) (except Clearfield® canola), chickweed (2), cleavers (2), common ragweed, dandelion (seedling), flixweed, hemp-nettle (2), lady’s-thumb, lamb’s-quarters, narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard, redroot pigweed, scentless chamomile, shepherd’s purse, smartweed, stinkweed, wild buckwheat, wild mustard
(1) Seedling, over-wintered rosettes, mature plants up to 30 cm in diameter
(2) No extended control on Group 2 resistant biotypes
(3) With the addition of glyphosate; refer to label to rates
(4) Extended control is weather dependent. Warm moist conditions will reduce duration of extended control
- Group 2
- None required
- Florasulam 50 g/L suspension concentrate (SC)
- Bulk: 320 acres
WHEN TO APPLY
- Spring: prior to seeding, or no later than 48 hours after seeding
- Fall: after harvest to freeze up
- 10 US gallons/acre (40 L/acre)
- 2 hours
- When applied to fields prior to August 1st: barley, wheat, canola, peas and oats can be seeded the following spring
- When applied to fields after August 1st but prior to freeze up: winter wheat can be seeded in the fall and wheat, barley or oats the following spring
SUPPORTED TANK MIXES*
- Disruptor® 360 or other 360 glyphosates (IPA & DMA salts only)
- Store in dry, heated area. If product is frozen, allow to warm at room temperature for a few days and agitate before use.
GRAZING AND HARVEST
- Livestock may be grazed on treated crops 7 days following application.
- Withdraw meat animals from treated areas at least 3 days before slaughter.
- Allow 30 days after application before cutting hay or harvesting silage.
- Mature crop can be harvested 60 days after application.
- Fill the spray tank 1/2 full of water, begin agitation and continue throughout mixing and application process.
- Add the required amount of Battlefront and dissolve.
- Add the required amount of Disruptor 360 glyphosate.
- Add the required amount of surfactant if needed and apply.
- If application is stopped prior to completion, re-suspend spray solution by full agitation prior to commencing spraying again.
- Optimal control occurs in warm moist conditions which promotes weed growth and herbicide activity.
- Extended control is weather dependent. Warm moist conditions will reduce duration of extended control.
- Typical symptoms (discoloration) of dying weeds may not be noticeable for 1 to 2 weeks after application, depending upon growing conditions and weed susceptibility. Control of weeds may take 4-6 weeks.
- Extreme growing conditions such as drought or near freezing temperatures prior to, at or following time of application may reduce weed control or increase weed re-growth.
- Only weeds which are emerged at the time of application will be affected. If foliage is wet at the time of application, control may be decreased. Under conditions of high weed density, control may be reduced.
- Weed escapes may occur under prolonged stress conditions or low fertility. Do not make applications to weeds stressed longer than 20 days due to lack of moisture as unsatisfactory control can result.
- Crop injury may occur when growing conditions are poor (marginal soil fertility, saline soils, waterlogged soils, drought, seedling disease) or on variable soils (eroded knolls, sidehills).