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WHY USE DENALI CRX?

  • Same active as Everest + Barricade + Lontrel
  • Outstanding control of wild oats, green foxtail, cleavers, kochia, Canada thistle, and narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
  • Control of group 1 resistant wild oats and group 2 resistant kochia and cleavers
  • Controls or suppresses 29 grass and broadleaf weeds
  • Excellent in-crop control of Canada thistle
  • Use in black and dark brown soil zone
  • 4 systemic modes of action for resistance management
  • Early application for optimum yield potential.
  • Very good crop safety
  • Grow most crops the year after application – see re-cropping restrictions section
  • Strong control of tough grass weeds, broadleaf weeds and Canada thistle for the best price

USE ON:

Spring wheat, durum wheat

RESOURCE CENTRE

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WEEDS CONTROLLED

(when mixed with glyphosate)

  • Green foxtail (1)
  • Volunteer tame oats
  • Wild oats (1)
  • Ball mustard
  • Canada thistle (2)
  • Chickweed (3)
  • Cleavers (4) (1-6 whorl)
  • Common groundsel
  • Corn spurry
  • Cow cockle
  • Flixweed
  • Green smartweed
  • Hemp-nettle
  • Kochia (4) (up to 8 leaf)
  • Lady’s-thumb
  • Lamb’s quarters
  • Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
  • Redroot pigweed
  • Russian thistle
  • Shepherd’s purse
  • Stinkweed
  • Stork’s-bill (1-6 leaf stage)
  • Volunteer canola (5)
  • Volunteer flax (1-12 cm)
  • Volunteer sunflower
  • Wild buckwheat (6)
  • Wild mustard

WEEDS SUPRESSED

  • Round-leaved mallow (7)
  • Scentless chamomile
(1) Including group 1 resistant biotypes.
(2) Season long control. For best results, apply before bud stage when thistles are no larger than 15 cm tall.
(3) Apply when chickweed is small and actively growing, but before canopy prevents thorough coverage.
(4) Including group 2 resistant biotypes
(5) Addition of MPCA is required for control of Clearfield canola
(6) Under stress conditions control will be reduced and large plants may regrow after treatment.
(7) Plants will be stunted but populations may not be reduced.

GROUP CHEMISTRY

  • Group 2 and 4

REQUIRED SURFACTANT

  • Icon™ or Agral® 90 at 2.5 L per 1000 L water

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS

  • Flucarbazone 66% dry flowable (DF)
  • Fluroxypyr 180 g/L emulsifiable concentrate (EC)
  • Thifensulfuron methyl 50% + tribenuron methyl 25% dispersible granule (DG)
  • Clopyralid 360 g/L emulsifiable concentrate (EC)

PACKAGE SIZES

  • Case: 40 acres
  • Bulk: 320 acres

WHEN TO APPLY

  • Crop stage: 1 – 4 leaf, 2 tillers
  • Weed stage:
    Grass weeds: 1- 4 leaf, 2 tillers
    Broadleaf weeds: less than 10 cm in height

WATER VOLUME

  • 5 – 10 US gallons/acre (20-40 L/acre)

RAINFAST PERIOD

  • 4 hours

RE-CROPPING OPTIONS BY SOIL ZONE

† Field peas can be successfully grown the year after application of Himalaya provided the following three criteria are met:

  1. Soil pH must be below 7.5
  2. Organic matter content must be above 4%
  3. 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*

  • MPower® MCPA Ester @190 mL/acre

STORAGE

  • Do not freeze. 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.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Fill the spray tank 1/2 full of water, start sprayer agitation and continue throughout mixing and application process.
  2. Add the required amount of Himalaya™.
  3. Add the required amount of MPower RX.
  4. Add the required amount of Foxxy™, followed by the required amount of Clobber®.
  5. If needed add the required amount of MCPA Ester.
  6. Add the required amount of surfactant, complete filling of sprayer and apply.

UNDERSTANDING PERFORMANCE

  • Best results will occur with temperatures between 12° C and 24° C in warm moist conditions when weeds are small and actively growing.
  • To ensure adequate coverage of weeds use higher water volumes with dense crop canopy and/or large weeds.
  • Typical symptoms (discoloration, twisting of stems) of dying weeds may not be visible for several days to 2 weeks after application, depending on growing conditions. Control of weeds may take 3-4 weeks.
  • Degree of control and duration of effect are dependent on weed sensitivity, weed size, crop competition, growing conditions at and following treatment, and spray coverage.
  • When weeds are stressed due to drought, flooding or prolonged hot or cool temperatures (less than 8 °C or more than 27° C), control can be reduced or delayed since weeds are not actively growing. Do not make applications to weeds stressed longer than 20 days due to lack of moisture as unsatisfactory control can result.
  • Application to crops that are stressed by severe weather conditions, frost, low fertility, water-logged soil (soil at or near field capacity), disease or insect damage may result in crop injury. Drought, disease, or insect damage following application may also result in crop injury.
  • Product will degrade if left in the sprayer for more than 24 hours after mixing.
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.