A SUSPENSION CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE FOR POST EMERGENCE CONTROL OF ANNUAL GRASSES IN SMALL GRAIN CEREALS AND IN SELECTED FORAGE GRASSES GROWN FOR SEED ONLY.
Achieve Liquid Herbicide is a systemic, post emergence herbicide for the selective control of wild oats, volunteer tame oats, green foxtail, yellow foxtail, barnyard grass and Persian Darnel in spring wheat, durum wheat, winter wheat, barley, triticale, spring rye, winter rye, and selected forage grasses (except timothy) grown for seed only.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Rate of Use
Apply Achieve Liquid Herbicide at 0.5 L/ha in 50-100 L/ha of water.
Note: Always add Turbocharge Adjuvant, Turbocharge EST Adjuvant, Turbocharge D Adjuvant or Intake Adjuvant to the spray solution at a rate of 0.5 L per 100 L of spray mixture (0.5% v/v). Under adverse conditions, such as dense weed population, late weed growth stage, or poor environmental conditions apply 1.0% v/v of Intake Adjuvant (10 L Intake Adjuvant /1000 L spray mixture). The incorrect Turbocharge Adjuvant, Turbocharge EST Adjuvant, Turbocharge D Adjuvant or Intake Adjuvant rate can result in unacceptable weed control or crop injury. See MIXING and SPRAYING INSTRUCTION sections.
Only one application per season is permitted.
Apply only when the potential for drift to areas of human habitation or areas of human activity such as houses, cottages, schools and recreational areas is minimal. Take into consideration wind speed, wind direction, temperature inversions, application equipment and sprayer settings.
Achieve Liquid Herbicide can be used on the following crops:
(Spring Wheat, Durum Wheat, Winter Wheat, Barley, Triticale, Spring Rye and Winter Rye) Achieve Liquid Herbicide can be used in all varieties of spring wheat (including Canada Western red spring, amber durum, soft white spring, extra strong and Canada prairie spring), red winter wheat, all 2 or 6 row varieties of barley (malting and feed varieties), all varieties of triticale, spring rye and winter rye.
Note: Tillered cereal crops may incur injury if applications are made within 48 hours of freezing temperatures. Non-tillering cereal crops which are exposed to temperatures of 4 C or less up to 48 hours before or after application may incur injury. Tank mixing Achieve Liquid Herbicide with a broadleaf weed herbicide under adverse conditions may increase severity of crop injury. Crops under stress from foliar diseases or low fertility are more susceptible to injury from Achieve Liquid Herbicide.
Do not use in tame oat crops. Avoid drift onto tame oat and corn crops.
Do not replant treated areas to tame oats or corn for at least 4 weeks after application.
In Eastern Canada Achieve Liquid Herbicide is to be used only for the control of wild oats in spring wheat, winter wheat, durum wheat, barley and all varieties of triticale and spring and winter rye.
Minimum Interval to Harvest
Immature cereal crops may be grazed or cut for hay 16 days after treatment. Grain may be harvested 60 days after treatment. Mature straw may be fed to livestock. Do not feed or graze underseeded forage crops in the year of treatment, sufficient data are not available to support this use.
CEREAL CROPS UNDERSEEDED TO FORAGE LEGUMES: alfalfa, birdsfoot trefoil, sainfoin and clovers.
Note: Do not tank-mix Achieve Liquid Herbicide with any broadleaf herbicides when applying to cereal crops underseeded to forage legumes, as the forages may be injured or killed.
|Registered for cultures||Rate||Preharvest Interval|
|Winter wheat||0.5 l||60|
|Spring wheat||0.5 l||60|
|Winter barley||0.5 l||60|
|Spring barley||0.5 l||60|
|Winter triticale||0.5 l||60|
|Spring triticale||0.5 l||60|
|Winter rye||0.5 l||60|
|Spring rye||0.5 l||60|