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WHY USE BUCK M®?

  • Same active as Buctril® M
  • Trusted control of wild buckwheat and volunteer canola
  • Control or suppression of 30 annual and perennial broadleaf weeds
  • Use in all soil zones
  • Use on many different crops
  • Multiple modes of action, contact and systemic
  • Wide window of application
  • Good crop safety
  • Great tank mix partner with Aurora®, HellCat®, or Himalaya™
  • No re-cropping restrictions
  • Proven control of broadleaf weeds for the best price

USE ON:

Spring wheat, durum wheat, winter wheat, barley, flax, field and sweet corn, fall rye, canary seed (seed production), seedling and established grasses.

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WEEDS CONTROLLED

Seedling to 4-leaf stage

  • American nightshade
  • Ball mustard
  • Bluebur
  • Cocklebur
  • Cow cockle (1)
  • Flixweed
  • Kochia (2)
  • Lady’s-thumb
  • Night flowering catchfly
  • Redroot pigweed
  • Russian thistle (2)
  • Scentless chamomile (3)
  • Shepherd’s-purse
  • Smartweed, green
  • Smartweed, pale
  • Velvetleaf (4)
  • Volunteer canola (5)
  • Volunteer sunflower

WEEDS CONTROLLED

Seedling to 6-leaf stage

  • Wild tomato

Seedling to 8-leaf stage

  • Common buckwheat
  • Common groundsel
  • Common ragweed
  • Lamb’s-quarters
  • Stinkweed
  • Tartary buckwheat
  • Wild buckwheat
  • Wild mustard
  • Wormseed mustard

TOP GROWTH CHOICE

  • Canada thistle
  • Perennial sow-thistle
(1) In normal conditions cow cockle will be controlled up to the 4-leaf stage. Plants beyond this stage are unlikely to be controlled.
(2) Spray before plants are 5 cm high.
(3) Spring annuals only.
(4) Spray before plants are 8 cm high.
(5) Including all HT varieties.

GROUP CHEMISTRY

  • Group 4 & 6

REQUIRED SURFACTANT

  • None required

ACTIVE INGREDIENT

  • Bromoxynil 225 g/L emulsifiable concentrate (EC)
  • MCPA Ester 225 g/L emulsifiable concentrate (EC)

PACKAGE SIZES

  • Case: 40 acres
  • Bulk: 300 acres

WHEN TO APPLY

Crop stage:

  • Spring wheat, durum wheat, barley: 2 leaf to early flag leaf
  • Winter wheat: 2 to 4 leaf stage in the fall, emergence to early flag leaf in the spring
  • Flax: 2 to 4 inches tall
  • Corn: 4 to 6 leaf
  • Canary seed: 3 to 5 leaf
  • Seedling grasses: 2 to 4 leaf
  • Established grasses (timothy only): prior to shot blade in seed production year

Weed stage: See weeds controlled section

WATER VOLUME

  • Ground: minimum 5 US gallons/acre (20 L/acre) in all crops except corn and Seedling grasses.
  • Corn: 20-30 US gallons/acre. (80-120 L/acre)
  • Seedling grasses: minimum US 15 gallons/acre. (60 L/acre). Aerial: (wheat, barley, oats only): minimum 3 US gallons/acre. (12 L/acre). Use higher rates in heavier crop canopy.

RAINFAST PERIOD

  • 1 hour

RE-CROPPING OPTIONS

  • Grow all major crops the year after application

SUPPORTED TANK MIXES*

  • Aurora, HellCat, Himalaya, MPower® RX, Axial®, Simplicity™
  • Flax only: Independence®

STORAGE

  • Product may be frozen; if product becomes frozen, gently warm contents and agitate container before use

GRAZING AND HARVEST

  • Do not graze or cut for forage hay until 30 days after application
  • Mature crop may be harvested 30 days after application

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Fill the spray tank 1/2 full of water, start agitation and continue throughout mixing and application process.
  2. If required add the correct amount of dry formulation products.
  3. If required add correct amount of grassy weed tank mix partner.
  4. Add the required amount of Buck M.
  5. Add any required surfactant.
  6. Complete filling of sprayer and apply.
  7. If application is stopped prior to completion, re-suspend spray solution by full agitation prior to commencing spraying again.

UNDERSTANDING PERFORMANCE

  • Good coverage is essential. Use higher water volumes in heavy crop canopy or weed pressure.
  • Optimum control occurs when applied between 15° and 27° C in warm moist growing conditions when weeds are in the seedling stage.
  • Typical symptoms of dying weeds will be visible from several hours to several days after application depending on growing conditions. Control of weeds may take up to 2-3 weeks.
  • Avoid spraying in severe drought.
  • Do not spray flax in hot humid weather when daytime temperatures are over 25 C.
  • Weed control may be reduced during stress conditions, e.g. drought, heat or cold stress, if weeds have initiated flowering, or if heavy infestations exist.
Always read and observe all label directions including rates, restrictions, and grazing and harvest limitations.
*Supported by AgraCity under PMRA tank mix guidelines. When applying tank mix combinations, read and observe all label directions for each product used in the tank mix, and follow the more stringent label precautionary measures for mixing, loading and applying stated on both product labels.