WHY USE CLOBBER G?
- Same active as Eclipse™
- Improved control of Canada thistle and wild buckwheat in Roundup Ready® canola
- Control or suppression of the same weeds as glyphosate alone
- Use in all soil zones
- Systemic mode of action
- Wide window of application
- Excellent crop safety
- Best value for thistle, wild buckwheat, grass and broadleaf control for the best price
- Alsike clover
- Barnyard grass
- Canada thistle (1)
- Common groundsel
- Common ragweed
- Corn spurry
- Cow cockle
- Dandelion – <15 cm across (1)
- Green foxtail
- Night-flowering catchfly
- Perennial sow-thistle
- Redroot pigweed
- Russian thistle
- Scentless chamomile
- Shepherd’s purse
- Volunteer canola (except Roundup Ready)
- Volunteer cereals
- Wild buckwheat
- Wild mustard
- Wild oats
- Wild tomato
- Dandelion (<15 cm diameter)
(1) Season long control
- Group 4 & 9
- None required
- Clopyralid 360 g/L emulsifiable concentrate (EC)
- Glyphosate 360 g/L emulsifiable concentrate (EC)
- Case: 2 x 8.9 L jugs Clobber + 1 x 80 L drum Disruptor™ 360 treats 160 acres.
- Bulk: 3 x (2 x 8.9) jugs Clobber + 3 x 80 L drums Disruptor 360 treats 480 acres
WHEN TO APPLY
- Crop stage: 2 – 6 leaf stage
- Weed stage: 1 – 6 leaf stage, and when Canada thistle is between 10 cm and early bud stage
- 10 US gallons/acre (40 L/acre)
- 4 hours
- 1 year after application: wheat barley, canola, rye, sugar beets, flax, mustard, oats, peas† or summerfallow.
- Do not grow crops other than those listed above for at least 2 years.
SUPPORTED TANK MIXES*
- Store away from food, feedstuff, fertilizer, seeds, insecticides, fungicides or other pesticides or herbicides intended to be used on crops sensitive to Clobber G. Store in heated storage; if product is frozen, bring to room temperature and agitate before use.
GRAZING AND HARVEST
- Graze treated fields 5 days after application
†For pea rotation, rainfall from June 1 to August 31 in the year of application must be greater than 140 mm (5.5. inches) and annual rainfall must be greater than 175 mm (6.9 inches).
- Fill the spray tank 1/2 full of water, begin agitation and continue through mixing and application process.
- Add the required amount of glyphosate.
- Add the required amount of Clobber.
- Add any required surfactants, 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.
- Clean out sprayer thoroughly before application on sensitive crops.
- Optimum results will be achieved between 12° C and 24° C in warm moist growing conditions when weeds are actively growing.
- Canada thistle control will be reduced if weeds are larger than 10 cm and have already budded.
- When weeds are stressed due to drought, flooding or prolonged hot or cool temperatures (less than 8° C or more than 24° C), control can be reduced or delayed since weeds are not actively growing. 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.
- Very dry soil conditions following application can result in a risk of injury to field peas, beans, clover, alfalfa or other legumes grown in rotation. Do not seed lentils on treated fields for at least 2 years.