WHY USE DENALI CM?
- Same active as Everest + Prestige
- Superior one-pass control of wild oats, green foxtail, thistle, cleavers and kochia
- Use in all soil zones
- Systemic multiple modes of action for dependable control and resistance management
- Control of group 1 resistant wild oats, green foxtail, and group 2 resistant cleavers and kochia
- Extended control of wild oats and green foxtail
- Early window of application for highest yields
- Excellent crop safety
- Grow most major crops the year after application
- Best one pass product for control of annual grass and tough to kill broadleaf weeds for the best price
(when mixed with glyphosate)
- Green foxtail (1)
- Volunteer tame oats
- Wild oats (1)
- Canada thistle
(low infestations) (2)
- Cleavers (3) (1-4 whorls)
- Field horsetail (4)
- Kochia (3)
- Plantain (4)
- Prickly lettuce
- Stork’s-bill (1-8 leaf)
- Sunflower (annual)
- Volunteer flax (1-12 cm)
- Volunteer sunflower
- Volunteer canola (5)
- Wild mustard
- Wild radish
- Redroot pigweed
(1) Including group 1 resistant biotypes
(2) Season long control, with some regrowth in the fall
(3) Including group 2 resistant biotypes
(4) Top growth control only
(5) Including all HT types
- Groups 2 and 4
- Icon™ or Agral® 90 at 2.5 L per 1000 L of water
- Flucarbazone 66% water dispersible granule (WDG)
- Fluroxypyr 180 g/L emulsifiable concentrate (EC)
- Clopyralid 360 g/L emulsifiable concentrate (EC)
- MCPA Ester 600 g/L (EC)
- Case: 20 acres
- Bulk: 160 acres
WHEN TO APPLY
- Crop stage: 1 – 4 leaf, 2 tillers
- Weed stage:
Grass weeds: 1- 4 leaf, 2 tillers
Broadleaf weeds: 3 – 6 leaf
5-10 US gallons/acre (20 – 40 L/acre)
RE-CROPPING OPTIONS BY SOIL ZONE
† Field peas can be successfully grown the year after application of Himalaya provided the follwing three criteria are met:
- Soil pH must be below 7.5
- Organic matter content must be above 4%
- Precipitation in the year of application must be equal to or above the 10-year average (minimum 100 mm within 60 days of application), total rainfall from June 1 to August 31 must be greater than 140 mm (5.5 inches) and annual rainfall must be greater than 175 mm. (6.9 inches).
SUPPORTED TANK MIXES*
- Store in a dry heated area. If product is frozen, bring to room temperature and agitate before use.
GRAZING AND HARVEST
- Do not graze treated fields or use green crop for feed. Wheat grain or straw from harvested treated fields may be fed to livestock.
- Mature crop may be harvested 80 days after application.
- Ensure spray tank is clean. In-line strainers and nozzle screens should be clean & 50-mesh or coarser.
- Fill the spray tank 1/2 full of water, begin agitation and continue throughout mixing and application process.
- Add the required rate of Himalaya™ and continue agitation until product is fully dissolved.
- Add the required amount of Foxxy™, then Clobber®, followed by MCPA Ester.
- Add the required amount of surfactant, complete filling tank with balance of water, and apply.
- If application is stopped prior to completion, re-suspend spray solution by full agitation prior to commencing spraying again.
- Optimal control occurs when applied between 12°C and 24° C in warm moist growing conditions when weeds are small. Reduced activity will occur at temperatures less than 8° C or more than 27° C.
- Use higher water volumes for thicker crop canopy or heavier weed pressure.
- Typical symptoms (discoloration) of dying weeds may not be noticeable for several day to 2 weeks after application, depending upon growing conditions. Control of weeds may take 3-4 weeks.
- Frost 3 days before or after application may reduce weed control and crop tolerance.
- Weed control may be reduced during stress conditions or if weed populations are heavy or too far advanced.
- Wheat exposed to water-logged or saturated soils, or temperature extremes such as heat or freezing weather, or drought, low fertility or plant disease at application time could show unacceptable injury symptoms. Weed control also may be reduced by these same conditions.