New Rush M herbicide tackles Group 2 resistant broadleaves
By Top Crop Manager
Jan. 20, 2015 - Adama Canada announces the registration of Rush M broadleaf weed herbicide.
With widespread Group 2 resistant weeds like kochia, chickweed and cleavers causing major problems for Prairie farmers, Rush M provides growers with an alternative to other broadleaf herbicides. Rush M contains the active ingredients fluroxypyr and MCPA ester, and delivers control of tough broadleaf weeds.
Rush M is registered for use on spring wheat, durum wheat and barley.
As a Group 4 herbicide, Rush M controls a wide spectrum of tough broadleaf weeds including chickweed, cleavers, kochia, hemp-nettle, volunteer flax and wild buckwheat. It is ideal for cleaning up herbicide tolerant canola volunteers, and excels at controlling Group 2 resistant weeds that are now common on the Prairies including kochia, common chickweed, cleavers spiny sow-thistle, and wild mustard.
For one-shot weed control of grassy and broadleaf weeds, Rush M can be tank-mixed with Adama herbicides Bison (tralkoxydim) and Bengal (fenoxyprop-p-ethyl) in spring and durum wheat and barley, and Ladder (clodinafop) in spring and durum wheat.
Rush M can be applied from the three-leaf stage up to full emergence of the flag leaf.
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