Centurion Emulsifiable Concentrate Post-EmergenceRegistration expired
BAYER - Herbicide
27598

CONTAINS CLETHODIM
POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE FOR CONTROL OF GRASSES IN CANOLA, FLAX (including low linolenic acid varieties), FIELD PEAS, LENTILS, DESI and KABULI CHICKPEAS, DRY BULB ONIONS AND GARLIC, POTATOES, YELLOW MUSTARD, ORIENTAL (BROWN) MUSTARD (condiment and oilseed types), SOYBEANS, SEEDLING ALFALFA, SUNFLOWERS, DRY COMMON BEANS (Phaseolus vulgaris varieties only), FENUGREEK, CORIANDER, SPINACH, PRAIRIE CARNATION, HIGHBUSH BLUEBERRY, SAFFLOWER, CRANBERRY, DILL, CARAWAY, BASIL, RED GARDEN (TABLE) BEET, PARSNIP, CARROT, RADISH, CHERRY (sweet and tart), CERTAIN HERBS, SPICES and HOPS.

GENERAL INFORMATION:
CENTURION is a selective post-emergence herbicide for control of a broad range of grasses in canola, flax (including low linolenic acid varieties), field peas, lentils, Desi and Kabuli chickpeas, dry bulb onions and garlic, potatoes, yellow mustard, oriental (brown) mustard (condiment and oilseed types), soybeans, seedling alfalfa, sunflowers, dry common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris varieties only), fenugreek, coriander, spinach, Prairie Carnation, highbush blueberry, safflower, cranberry, dill, caraway, basil, red garden(table) beet, parsnip, carrot, radish, cherry (sweet and tart), certain herbs, spices and hops.
CENTURION is to be used only with the adjuvant AMIGO.
CENTURION is a systemic herbicide which is translocated from the treated foliage to the growing points of the leaves, shoots and roots. Uptake into the plant is primarily through its leaves. Thorough coverage of the foliage is important for consistent grass control. Susceptible grasses that are actively growing will undergo a burn-back and colour change after treatment. Leaf foliage will first change from green to yellowish, then purplish and finally brown colour. The time required for complete control is normally 7 to 21 days following treatment, depending on growing conditions and crop competition.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
TIME OF APPLICATION:
Apply CENTURION when the annual grasses and volunteer cereals are in the 2 to 6 leaf stage as specified under Application Rates of CENTURION. Most effective control is achieved when application is made prior to tillering when annual grasses are small and actively growing.
For suppression or control of quackgrass, apply CENTURION when the quackgrass is in the 2 to 6 leaf stage and 6 to 15 cm in height. Most effective results are achieved when application is made at the 3 to 5 leaf stage, when the canopy is uniform and actively growing.
CENTURION will be less effective when plants are stressed by lack of moisture, excessive moisture, low-temperature and/or very low relative humidity. Regrowth by tillering may occur if application is made under any of the above stress conditions. In wide row crops, where the canopy may be slow to close, cultivation may be necessary to control grasses that emerge after treatment.
For Desi and Kabuli chickpeas, apply CENTURION at a maximum of one application per season before the crop reaches the 9 node stage (18 cm height maximum) and when the annual grasses and volunteer cereals are in the 2 to 6 leaf stage.
For fenugreek and dill, apply CENTURION post-emergence, when fenugreek and dill are in the 3 - 5 leaf stage. Apply a maximum of one application may be made per year.
For Prairie Carnation, apply CENTURION post-emergence, when Prairie Carnation is in the 2 - 5 leaf stage. A maximum of one application may be made per year.
For safflower, apply CENTURION post-emergence, when safflower is in the 6-8 leaf stage.
Cranberry is tolerant to CENTURION at all stages of growth, however do not apply CENTURION between the hook stage and full fruit set.
For dry bulb onions and garlic, apply CENTURION post-emergence, when crops are in the 1-4 leaf stage.
Apply CENTURION only to established sweet and tart cherry trees. The pre-harvest interval outlined in the Crop Recommendations table must be followed to avoid excessive crop residues.
All other labelled crops are tolerant to CENTURION at all stages of growth. However, the pre-harvest interval outlined in the Crop Recommendations table must be followed to avoid excessive crop residues.

CropsBBCHRegistred normPreharvest Interval
Alfalfa, Lucerne0 - 00.38 - 0.3830
Anise0 - 00.19 - 0.1960
Basil0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Beans0 - 00.19 - 0.1960
Blueberries0 - 00.19 - 0.3814
Borage0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Brown mustard0 - 00.38 - 0.3860
Canola0 - 00.38 - 0.3860
Caraway0 - 00.19 - 0.1960
Caraway0 - 00.38 - 0.3860
Carrots0 - 00.19 - 0.3830
Celery0 - 00.19 - 0.1960
Chamomile0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Cherries0 - 00.19 - 0.3814
Chervil0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Chickpeas0 - 00.19 - 0.1960
Chives0 - 00.19 - 0.3830
Clary0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Coriander0 - 00.19 - 0.3860
Costmary0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Cranberries0 - 00.19 - 0.3830
Culantro0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Culantro0 - 00.19 - 0.1960
Dill0 - 00.19 - 0.3840
Fennel0 - 00.19 - 0.1960
Fenugreeks0 - 00.38 - 0.3830
Finocchio, florence fennel0 - 00.19 - 0.1960
Garlic0 - 00.38 - 0.3845
Hops0 - 00.19 - 0.3821
Horehounds0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Hyssop0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Juniper berries0 - 00.19 - 0.1960
Lavender0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Lentils0 - 00.38 - 0.3860
Lovage0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Marigold0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Marjoram0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Mustard0 - 00.19 - 0.3860
Onions0 - 00.38 - 0.3845
Parsnip0 - 00.19 - 0.3830
Peas0 - 00.38 - 0.3875
Poppies0 - 00.19 - 0.1960
Potatoes0 - 00.38 - 0.3860
Radishes0 - 00.19 - 0.3830
Red beets, beetroots0 - 00.19 - 0.3830
Rosemary0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Safflower0 - 00.19 - 0.3870
Sage0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Savory0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Soybeans0 - 00.38 - 0.3875
Spinach0 - 00.19 - 0.1914
Spring linseed, flax0 - 00.38 - 0.3860
Sunflowers0 - 00.38 - 0.3872
Tarragon0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Thyme0 - 00.19 - 0.1930
Winter linseed, flax0 - 00.38 - 0.3860
Woodruff0 - 00.19 - 0.1930