WHY USE HIMALAYA PASS?
- Same active as Everest® pre-seed + PrePass™ Flex
- Enhanced pre-seed control of dandelion, narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard, and volunteer canola
- Controls 38 broadleaf and grass weeds when mixed with Disruptor® 360 glyphosate
- Extended early season suppression of wild oats
- Unique option to provide multiple modes of action control of wild oats
- Up to 21 days extended control of tough to kill broadleaf weeds
- Use in all soil zones
- Great pre-seed option ahead of Aurora® or Hellcat®
- Best value and best price for pre-seed weed control in wheat
(when mixed with glyphosate)
- Annual blue grass (3)
- Annual sow thistle (3)
- Canada fleabane
- Canada thistle(3)
- Canola (all HT types)
- 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 flax
- Volunteer wheat
- Wild buckwheat
- Wild mustard
- Wild oats
- Annual sow thistle
- Perennial sow thistle
Extended Control (4)
- Canada fleabane, canola (2) (except CL), 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 when mixed with glyphosate
- Flucarbazone 66% water dispersible granule (WDG)
- Florasulam 50 g/L suspension concentrate (SC)
- 80 acres
WHEN TO APPLY
- Up to 1 week prior to planting, or immediately after planting prior to crop emergence.
- 5-10 US gallons/acre (20 – 40 L/acre)
- 1 hour
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:
- Soil pH must be below 7.5
- Organic matter content must be above 4%
- Precipitation must be equal to or above the 10 year average (minimum 100 mm) within 60 days of application in year of application, or fields can be summerfallowed.
SUPPORTED TANK MIXES
- Disruptor® 360 glyphosate
- Product can be frozen
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.
- Fill the spray tank 1/2 full of clean water, begin agitation and continue throughout mixing and application process.
- Add the required amount of Himalaya™ and continue agitation until product is fully dissolved.
- Add the required rate of Battlefront® and agitate until product is fully dissolved.
- Add the required amount of glyphosate.
- Add required amount of surfactant, then complete filling tank with balance of water and apply.
- If application is interrupted prior to completion, re-agitate, bring back into suspension before completion.
- Use 50 mesh or larger screens in spraying equipment.
- Optimum control will occur during warm moist conditions when weeds are actively growing.
- For best results, ensure thorough spray coverage of target weeds; use higher water volumes for heavier weed pressure.
- Weeds hardened off by cold weather or drought stress may not be adequately controlled or suppressed and regrowth may occur.
- 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.
- Do not use on highly variable soils that have large gravelly or sandy areas, eroded knolls, or calcium deposits, as risk of crop damage will increase.