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Count on our local advice and experience to choose the forage seed and range and pasture products that are right for you and your farm. Our 2019 Forage | Corn | Range & Pasture Guide contains full analysis on the top mixes and hybrid varieties we offer as well as herbicide solutions for weed and brush control in your pastures.


FORAGE

We are proud to offer both ProStock™ and DLF Pickseed® forage varieties this year.

Prostock

ProStock™

Forage Mixes

Alfalfa

Pickseed

Pickseed

Forage Mixes

Legumes - Clover & Trefoil

Legumes - Alfalfa

Grasses

ProStock™

ProStock™

Pickseed

Pickseed

Pickseed

Pickseed

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VALUE-ADDED FORAGE MIXES

ProStock™ HM Pasture Mix

14 lbs/acre

1131885

ProStock™ HM Pasture Mix

40% Fleet Meadow Brome

20% Yukon Orchardgrass

20% WH Orchardgrass

15% Cicer Milkvetch

5% Titan Timothy

Features:

  • Bloat-free blend with 15% Cicer Milkvetch for the higher moisture areas of the province
  • Combination of Meadow Brome and Orchardgrass combined with limited timothy for a high quality forage program
  • Well suited to hay or pasture production

ProStock™ HM Hay Blend

13 lbs/acre

1131887

ProStock™ HM Hay Blend

70% Cornerstone Alfalfa

15% Carlton Smooth Bromegrass

15% Yukon Tall Fescue

Features:

  • Blend of 70% multifoliate alfalfa and 30% grass, blended for a high-quality forage offering
  • Excellent for a 2 or 3 cut system and adapted to the mid- to high-moisture areas of the province in addition to irrigation
  • Quick regrowth on the Cornerstone Alfalfa allows for the grasses to be vegetative when harvested

ProStock™ DL Pasture Mix

12 lbs/acre

1131886

ProStock™ DL Pasture Mix

40% Fleet Meadow Brome

25% Yukon Tall Fescue

15% Kirk Crested WH

10% Runner Alfalfa

10% Intermediate WH

Features:

  • Blend designed for the drier regions of Alberta
  • Combined performance of Meadow Brome, Kirk Crested Wheat, Orchardgrass and Intermediate Wheat Grass for more season-long forage production
  • 10% of a creeping rooting alfalfa added for nitrogen fixation and to enhance the palatability
  • Well-suited to hay or pasture production

ProStock™ DL Hay Blend

10 lbs/acre

1131888

ProStock™ DL Hay Blend

45% ProStock Hay Choice Blend Alfalfa

20% Carlton Smooth Brome

20% Yukon Tall Fescue

15% Kirk Crested WG

Features:

  • Blend of ProStock Choice Alfalfa Blend combined with 55% grass for maximum production under mid- to dry-moisture conditions
  • Utilize 15% Crested Wheat for early growth with Smooth Brome and Orchardgrass for enhanced palatability
  • Great blend for range cows for a winter feeding program

ProStock™ Low Area Blend

12 lbs/acre

1133471

ProStock™ Low Area Blend

20% Titan Timothy

35% Yukon Tall Fescue

35% Carlton Smooth Brome

10% Reed Canary Grass

Features:

  • Combination of grasses that are wet tolerant
  • Persistent blend to advance grass growth in wet areas and reduce moisture levels
  • Ability to grow in standing water or areas which are flooding and moist for a short period

ProStock™ Extender Forage

10 lbs/acre

1133473

ProStock™ Extender Forage

25% Italian Annual Ryegrass

20% Proso Millet

15% Purple Top Turnips

15% Vivant Forage Brassica

15% Hairy Vetch

10% Kale

Features:

  • Blend of annual forages for swath grazing
  • Opportunity to double crop under irrigation after a silage crop
  • Seed this blend in combination with an annual cereal crop
  • Excellent source of nutrition for late-fall and early-winter grazing

ProStock™ Saline Area Blend

14 lbs/acre

1133472

ProStock™ Saline Area Blend

30% Yukon Tall Fescue

25% Dahurian Wild Rye

10% Tall Wheatgrass

25% Carlton Smooth Brome

10% Slender Wheatgrass

Features:

  • Blend of five saline tolerant grass species
  • Formulated for varied EC levels in your fields
  • Excellent blend for stimulating grass production and reducing saline levels in a discharge area

ProStock™ Soil Builder

8-10 lbs/acre

1133474

ProStock™ Soil Builder

20% Driller Brand Radish

20% Purple Top Turnip

20% Forage Rape

25% Berseem Clover

15% Crimson Clover

Features:

  • Annual species to build soil aggregate structure
  • Clover inclusion to add in building nitrogen levels in the soil profile
  • Great blend to build soil armor and increase organic matter
  • Seed into planned rest areas or as a double crop after silage

ALFALFA

CORNERSTONE 14 lbs/acre

  • Tap rooted variety with extreme drought tolerance
  • Fine-stemmed multifoliate variety with high palatability
  • Fall dormancy 4 with excellent yield and can be used in a 3 to 4 cut system
  • More suited for the higher moisture areas or irrigation
  • Dairy Potential

DAKOTA 12 lbs/acre 1131891

  • Tap rooted trifoliate variety with excellent yield
  • Has root rot resistance, even under flooded conditions
  • Fall dormancy 4 variety with excellent forage quality and a comprehensive disease package with the added resistance to Pea Aphid
  • Strong variety for the medium-to high-moisture areas of the province

CHOICE BLEND 10 lbs/acre 1131889

  • A blend of trifoliate, multifoliate and creeping root characteristics
  • Blended variety for performance and value
  • Strong traits for winter hardiness and fall dormancy blend from 2 to 4
  • Well suited for the drier areas of the province or even 1 cut systems

MULTIFOLATE MIX 12 lbs/acre 1133470

  • High Multifolate Expression with great regrowth
  • Superior disease resistance package
  • Winter hardy with a fall dormancy rating of 3
  • Makes a great addition to a grass blend or a straight alfalfa stand

MEADOWVIEW 12 lbs/acre 1133505

  • New acid tolerant alfalfa for soil pH of 4.5 to 6
  • Deeply set crown structure with a strong disease package
  • Excellent winter hardiness rating with strong regrowth after cutting
  • Intended for the Foothills and the Peace regions of Alberta

VALUE-ADDED FORAGE MIXES

Cattlemans

483024

ProStock™ HM Pasture Mix

40% MBA Meadow Bromegrass

15% Kirk Crested Wheatgrass

15% AC Grazeland Br Alfalfa

15% Carnival Tall Fescue

8% Dahurian Wildrye

7% Slender Wheatgrass

Seed at 6.5 kg/14 lb per acre

Ideal grassland pasture. Quick regrowth, good drought tolerance and season long growth. Built for Beef!

HayGraze

1126968

Pickseed HayGraze

60% AC Grazeland Br Alfalfa

30% AC Success Hybrid Bromegrass

10% Athos Orchardgrass

Seed at 6 kg/13 lb per acre

Rapid regrowth and great quality. Use as multi-cut hay and still have extra to graze in the fall.

Stockmans

482980

Pickseed Stockmans

35% MBA Meadow Bromegrass

20% Athos Orchardgrass

20% Oxley II Cicer Milkvetch

10% Carnival Tall Fescue

10% Polim Perennial Ryegrass

5% Richmond Timothy

Seed at 6.5 kg/14 lb per acre

Widely adaptable. A well balanced mixture. non-bloating Cicer Milkvetch utilized to increase quality.

HayGraze Dry

1126969

Pickseed HayGraze Dry

50% AC Grazeland Br Alfalfa

40% MBA Meadow Bromegrass

10% Kirk Crested Wheatgrass

Seed at 5 kg/13 lb per acre

Obtain superior yield and quality in drier conditions without sacrificing bloat safety.

PasturePro

531927

Pickseed PasturePro

30% MBA Meadow Bromegrass

20% AC Grazeland Br Alfalfa

15% Athos Orchardgrass

10% Carnival Tall Fescue

10% Polim Perennial Ryegrass

10% Mahulena Festulolium

5% Richmond Timothy

Seed at 5.5 kg/13 lb per acre

Widely adaptable. Highest yielding pasture blend. Season long performance. Designed for maximum growth.

Horsemans

837722

Pickseed Horsemans

35% MBA Meadow Bromegrass

20% Forage type Kentucky Bluegrass

20% Athos Orchardgrass

15% Richmond Timothy

10% Polim Perennial Ryegrass

Seed at 7 kg/15 lb per acre

Well balanced. Stands up well to heavy grazing. Excellent Spring, Summer and Fall growth. Adaptable and suitable for all acreage ruminants.

RangePro

Pickseed RangePro

50% MBA Meadow Bromegrass

10% Fairway Crested Wheatgrass

10% Athos Orchardgrass

10% Carnival Tall Fescue

10% Mahulena Festulolium

5% Richmond Timothy

5% Swift Russian Wildrye

Seed at 6.5 kg/14 lb per acre

Long-term pasture with no legume. Adapted to the drier areas of the Prairies.

DairyPro

482935

Pickseed DairyPro

90% Vision Alfalfa

10% Richmond Timothy

Seed at 5 kg/12 lb per acre

Highest quality hay. Custom designed for dairy production needs.

SaltPro

855239

Pickseed SaltPro

20% Radisson Smooth Bromegrass

20% Tall Wheatgrass

15% Dahurian Wildrye

15% Slender Wheatgrass

10% Carnival Tall Fescue

10% Assalt ST Alfalfa

10% Norgold Sweet Clover

Seed at 6 kg/14 lb per acre

Formulated for salinity prone pastures.

HayPro T5

1104553

Pickseed HayPro T5

80% Vision Alfalfa

15% Athos Orchardgrass

5% Richmond Timothy

Seed at 5.5 kg/12 lb per acre

Rapid establishment with great persistence. Very adaptable.

Drylands

482855

Pickseed Drylands

40% MBA Meadow Bromegrass

20% Kirk Crested Wheatgrass

20% Pubescent Wheatgrass

10% Dahurian Wild Ryegrass

10% PICKSEED 3006 Alfalfa

Seed at 6.5 kg/14 lb per acre

Use for long term production Excellent persistence season-long growth.

HayPro T10

1104553

Pickseed HayPro T10

60% WestStar Alfalfa Blend

30% AC Success Hybrid Bromegrass

10% Richmond Timothy

Seed at 6 kg/13 lb per acre

Highest yielding for regular rotations. Extremely adaptable with multiple disease resistance.

Lowlands

522303

Pickseed Lowlands

30% Meadow Foxtail

25% Carnival Tall Fescue

15% Richmond Timothy

10% Boreal Creeping Red Fescue

10% Bellevue Reed Canarygrass

10% Dawn Alsike Clover

Seed at 6 kg/14 lb per acre

Use for long-term production Excellent persistence season-long growth

HayPro Dry

1126967

Pickseed HayPro Dry

40% Radisson Smooth Bromegrass

30% Kirk Crested Wheatgrass

30% PICKSEED 3006 Alfalfa

Seed at 7 kg/15 lb per acre

Well suited for dry sandy soils. Great for single-cut hay systems that require fall grazing.

Legumes - Clover & Trefoil

RENEGADE

Red Clover

  • Multi-cut, diploid variety
  • Excellent forage yield
  • Improved disease & insect resistance
  • Excellent winter hardiness
  • Early flowering

ALTASWEDE 1126952

Red Clover

  • Multi-cut variety
  • Very good forage quality
  • Excellent companion for alfalfa
  • Rapid establishment
  • Late flowering

CRESCENDO

Ladino White Clover

  • Vigorous, large leaved variety
  • Good forage yield
  • Grazing tolerant
  • Good winter hardiness
  • Erect growth

BELLE 1126951

Red Clover

  • Multi-cut, diploid variety
  • Very good forage yield
  • Improved disease & insect resistance
  • Excellent winter hardiness
  • Medium flowering

DAWN 700726

Alsike Clover

  • Vigorous, large-leaved variety
  • Good forage yield
  • Grazing tolerant
  • Good winter hardiness
  • Erect growth

BULL 1130523

Birdsfoot Trefoil

  • Good stress & grazing tolerance
  • Good forage yield
  • Non-bloating legume
  • Excellent winter hardiness
  • Excellent forage quality

Legumes - Alfalfa

INSTINCT 1126948

  • Excellent disease resistance
  • Highly resistant to Aphanomyces Race 1 & 2
  • Excellent forage yield
  • Improved forage quality
  • Very high multifoliate leaf expression

VISION 1104555

  • Excellent forage yield
  • Excellent disease resistance
  • Improved forage quality
  • Very high multifoliate leaf expression
  • Very fast regrowth

PICKSEED 2065MF 534194

  • Very fast regrowth
  • Very good forage yield
  • Excellent disease resistance
  • Improved forage quality
  • Very high multifoliate leaf expression

ABLE 946230

  • Partially creeping rooted
  • Very good winter hardiness
  • Adaptable to many different soil conditions
  • Good forage yield
  • Good forage quality

ASSALT ST 1104557

  • Tolerant to low pH soils
  • Adaptable to many different soil conditions
  • Very good disease resistance
  • Good forage yield
  • Good forage quality

WESTSTAR BLEND 539545

  • High quality blend of alfalfa varieties
  • Good forage quality
  • Multifoliate expression
  • Adaptable to many different soil conditions
  • Good forage yield

AC® GRAZELAND BR 840077

  • Bloat reduced variety
  • Very good forage quality
  • Good disease resistance
  • Good regrowth
  • Good forage yield

PICKSEED 3006 171600

  • Creeping rooted
  • Multifoliate leaf expression
  • Very good disease resistance
  • Good forage yield
  • Good forage quality

Grasses

RICHMOND 482837

Timothy

  • Very good forage quality
  • Early maturity
  • Very good forage yield
  • Very good spring vigour
  • Very good winter hardiness

TOWER

Tall Fescue

  • Late maturity
  • Soft leaf provides very good forage quality
  • Endophyte free
  • Excellent disease resistance
  • Very good stress tolerance

MAHULENA 1130524

Festulolium (Fescue Type)

  • Tall Fescue X Perennial Ryegrass
  • Late maturity & excellent forage yield
  • Very good forage quality
  • Endophyte free
  • Very good stress tolerance & persistence

COMTAL 854383

Timothy

  • Late maturity
  • Excellent disease resistance
  • Very good forage yield
  • Good forage quality
  • Very good winter hardiness

SAVORY 1126959

Tall Fescue

  • Medium-late maturity
  • Soft leaf provides very good forage quality
  • Endophyte free
  • Excellent disease resistance
  • Very good stress tolerance

PERSEUS 1126957

Festulolium (Ryegrass Type)

  • Meadow Fescue X Italian Ryegrass
  • Excellent forage yield in seeding year
  • Excellent forage quality
  • Excellent disease resistance
  • Excellent seasonal growth pattern

MBA 1126949

Bromegrass

  • Excellent forage yield
  • Excellent winter hardiness
  • Early spring growth
  • Good forage quality
  • Good seasonal growth pattern

RADISSON 1130526

Bromegrass

  • Excellent forage quality
  • Very good winter hardiness
  • Early spring growth
  • Good forage yield
  • Good seasonal growth pattern

ATHOS 1130528

Orchardgrass

  • Late maturity
  • Good forage yield
  • Excellent winter hardiness
  • Good disease resistance
  • Very good seasonal growth pattern

AC® SUCCESS 1104559

Bromegrass

  • Interspecies cross of Smooth & Meadow Bromegrass
  • Excellent winter hardiness
  • Very good forage quality
  • Early spring growth
  • Good seasonal growth pattern

ENDURANCE 1126972

Orchardgrass

  • Medium-late maturity
  • Very good forage yield
  • Excellent winter hardiness
  • Very good disease resistance
  • Very good seasonal growth pattern

ECHELON 1126971

Orchardgrass

  • Very late maturity
  • Very good forage yield
  • Excellent winter hardiness
  • Very good disease resistance
  • Very good seasonal growth pattern

FIRKIN 1126974

(Italian) Ryegrass

  • Excellent forage quality, tetraploid
  • Excellent forage yield in seeding year
  • Will not set seed in seeding year
  • Excellent disease resistance
  • Excellent seasonal growth pattern

BELLEVUE 704759

Reed Canarygrass

  • Excellent stress tolerance
  • Low alkaloid content improved forage quality
  • Very good forage yield
  • Excellent winter hardiness
  • Very good seasonal growth pattern

MATHILDE

Perennial Ryegrass

  • Excellent forage quality, tetraploid
  • Improved winter hardiness
  • Improved forage yield
  • Very dense growth habit
  • Late maturity

CHIEF INTERMEDIATE 854864

Wheatgrass

  • Suitable for hay and pasture grass
  • Grows well with alfalfa
  • Very good forage yield
  • Good winter hardiness
  • Good drought tolerance

Tips from the Field

Treat forage establishment with respect

Emerging seedlings can benefit from protection

Treat forage establishment with respect – Be patient when it’s dry

To get the most out of a forage stand that may be an important feed source for livestock for several years, pay attention to details in getting it established, whether growing conditions are wet or dry.

The cost of good quality seeds and other inputs can add up, so protect that investment with some important production practices as you prepare to put seed in the ground.

“Getting a good forage stand established may be more of a challenge under drier conditions,” says Brian Palichuk, forage specialist with Northstar Seeds. “Most of the proper practices apply whether you are seeding into ideal conditions or drier soils.“

“Once a forage stand gets established it can be very competitive and productive, but the stand needs proper management to get it off to the best start.”

~ Palichuk

Palichuk recommends producers follow some basic steps at seeding to help achieve a solid stand establishment:

  • Use good quality seed that tests high for germination.
  • Seed into a clean, weed-free field. Especially under dry conditions, “exceptional weed control” is vital.
  • Seed into a firm (ideally moist) seed bed to ensure proper seed-to-soil contact.
  • Seed shallow. Ideally the typically small forage seeds should be placed no deeper than in the top quarter inch of soil.
  • Apply proper fertility. Have soil samples from the field analyzed and apply proper fertility as recommended for forage crops.

Emerging seedlings can benefit from protection

Seeding into killed out sod or the stubble of crop residue will protect seedlings from wind, heat blast from the sun and also help to conserve moisture. If seeding into bare soil, it is recommended to include a cover crop such as 10 to 15 pounds of oat seed per acre in the seed mix to protect seedlings while they grow.

  • Early spring seeding is usually preferred to take advantage of potential moisture. Fall or dormant seeding can work well too. Seed late enough to ensure the forage seeds won’t germinate and risk being killed by frost.
  • To optimize stand establishment, also plan for in-crop weed control options that can be used with forages.
  • Vary seeding rate to correspond with seeding conditions. With reasonable moisture rate plan for a heavier seeding rate, and under dry conditions a lower seeding rate.
  • Grazing or cutting of any newly established perennial forage stand should be delayed during the establishment year until the stand has gone dormant at the end of the growing season.

RANGE & PASTURE

We offer Corteva™ Agriscience’s complete line-up of products for the most effective weed and brush control for your rangeland and pasture.

Tips from the Field

Simple steps to calibrate sprayer

Calibration made easy

Invasive Weeds and Shrubs

Simple steps to calibrate sprayer

In working to control those tough bushy plants and wolfy perennial weeds on pasture, the key points to remember are:

  • Proper product — check the herbicide label and talk to your local UFA Customer Account Manager.
  • Proper timing – this might vary, but usually for most weeds early- to mid-summer is best. Wait a bit later for controlling Canada thistle however.
  • Proper rate — it is important to read the product label and correctly calibrate the sprayer.

That last point on calibrating the sprayer might seem to be the one most daunting for producers who may not be out every year trying to control pasture brush and weeds, says Candice Manshreck, a Strategic Account Manager with Corteva Agriscience™, the agriculture division of DowDuPont.

Calibration made easy

Tools exist to help make sprayer calibration easier. An example is Corteva’s easy-to-use sprayer calibration calculator.

“For proper weed and brush control, it is important to get the product applied properly, and we want to make it simple.”

Candice Manshreck

Strategic Account Manager with Corteva Agriscience™, the agriculture division of DowDuPont.

Calibration boils down to four easy steps:

  1. Measure the width of the sprayer boom (the calculator can be used with either boomed or boomless sprayers)
  2. Measure the nozzle output. Run the sprayer just with water and collect the output from a nozzle in a collection pan.
  3. Select the water volume to be used with the herbicide product. For most effective coverage, Corteva recommends using a 20-gallon per acre water rate with all its products.
  4. Know the total volume of the sprayer tank.

Enter those key pieces of information into the calculator and it will determine the travel speed of the sprayer unit and how much product is needed to deliver the proper herbicide rate.

Manshreck recommends using the higher water volume to achieve proper coverage. The herbicide needs to penetrate down through a dense leafy canopy when used on brush, for example. And perennial weeds such as Canada thistle can be a challenge too. Perennial weeds can have extensive growth above ground as well as a deep-reaching root system.

“Because these range and pasture products have extended control, we want the product to make contact with the soil so it’s available for uptake if weed seeds germinate in the following growing season,” says Manshreck.

Timing, sufficient water volume and proper rate are the keys to success when controlling range and pasture weeds.

Invasive Weeds and Shrubs

Invasive plants can thrive and spread aggressively and can have the ability to reduce the quality and quantity of forage available, by making them less accessible or attractive to grazing animals and by competing with desirable range plants. Here are the top weeds in the prairies to watch out for.

Rate Recommendations for Best Results

Best Practices for Control

WEED

Canada Thistle

Canada Thistle
  • Reclaim II: 20 ac/case
  • Grazon XC: 1.9 L/ac
  • Restore II: 1 L/ac
  • Spray once all thistles have emerged, typically in mid-June to late July. For infestations that have been established for >2 years, either broadcast or spot applications may be required in subsequent years to manage the problem and to remove heavy infestations.
  • Add a non-ionic surfactant such as Intake at 0.25% v/v to Reclaim II.
WEED

Absinth Wormwood

Absinth Wormwood
  • Reclaim II: 20 ac/case
  • Restore II: 1 L/ac
  • Grazon XC: Control has been observed when applied at 1.9 L/ac for a wide variety of susceptible species.
  • Treat in the juvenile stage, when actively growing. Best timing: early to mid-June.
  • Add a non-ionic surfactant such as Intake at 0.25% v/v to Reclaim II.
WEED

Oxeye Daisy

Oxeye Daisy
  • Reclaim II: 20 ac/case
  • Restore II: 1 L/ac
  • Grazon XC: Control has been observed when applied at 1.9L/ac for a wide variety of susceptible species.
  • Apply when actively growing, prior to flowering.
  • Add a non-ionic surfactant such as Intake at 0.25% v/v to Reclaim II.
DEEP ROOTED PERENNIAL

Leafy Spurge

Leafy Spurge
  • Tordon 22K: Broadcast - 1.8L/acre; Spot spray 3.6L/ac where no more than 50% of an acre is treated.
  • Grazon XC: 1.9L/ac
  • Apply when actively growing when in full true flower, prior to seed set.
  • Grazon XC will provide seasonal control of leafy spurge. Subsequent treatments may be required.
  • Add a non-ionic surfactant such as Intake at 0.25% v/v to Grazon XC.
WEED

Hawkweed

Hawkweed
  • Reclaim II: 20 ac/case
  • Restore II: 1 L/ac
  • Apply when actively growing, prior to flowering.
  • Add a non-ionic surfactant such as Intake at 0.25% v/v to Reclaim II.
WEED

Tall Buttercup

Tall Buttercup
  • Reclaim II: 20 ac/case
  • Restore II: 1 L/ac
  • Grazon XC: Control has been observed when applied at (1.9 L/ac) for a wide variety of susceptible species.
  • Apply anytime from early spring when rosettes are first emerging up to the later stages of flowering. Typically late May to mid-July.
  • Add a non-ionic surfactant such as Intake at 0.25% v/v to Reclaim II.
WEED

Tansy

Tansy
  • Reclaim II: 20 ac/case
  • Grazon XC: Control has been observed when applied at 1.9L/ac for a wide variety of susceptible species.
  • Apply from rosette to bolt.
  • Add a non-ionic surfactant such as Intake at 0.25% v/v to Reclaim II.
WEED

Wild Caraway

Wild Caraway
  • Reclaim II: 20 ac/case
  • Restore II: Control has been observed when applied at 1 L/ac for a wide variety of susceptible species.
  • Apply when actively growing, prior to flowering.
  • Add a non-ionic surfactant such as Intake at 0.25% v/v to Reclaim II.
WEED

White Cockle

White Cockle
  • Reclaim II: Control has been observed when applied at 20 ac/case for a wide variety of susceptible species.
  • Apply when actively growing and prior to flowering.
  • Add a non-ionic surfactant such as Intake at 0.25% v/v to Reclaim II.
WEED

Wild Rose

Wild Rose
  • Reclaim II: 20 ac/case
  • Apply to actively growing plants, after full leaf expansion. Typically June to mid-July.
  • Add a non-ionic surfactant such as Intake at 0.25% v/v to Reclaim II.
DEEP-ROOTED PERENNIAL

Yellow Toadflax

Yellow Toadflax
  • Tordon 22K: Broadcast - 1.8L/acre; Spot spray - 3.6L/ac where no more than 50% of an acre is treated.
  • Grazon XC: 1.9 L/acre
  • Apply to actively growing plants, after full leaf expansion at the flowering stage. Grazon XC will provide seasonal control of yellow toadflax. Subsequent treatments may be required.
  • Add a non-ionic surfactant such as Intake at 0.25% v/v to Grazon XC.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION & REFERENCE GUIDE

Reclaim II
Restore II
Grazon XC
Tordon 22k

The most effective control of the toughest weeds and shrubs in rangeland and permanent pasture, providing increased grass production and extended control. Recommended rate for extended weed andshrub control is 20 ac/case.

Segment

Broadleaf weed and brush control.

Packaging

Sold by the case only.

1.84kg Reclaim II A

2 x 6.8L Reclaim II B

A non-ionic surfactant such as Intake is required. Sold separately.

Broadcast rate:

Recommended minimum 20 gal/ac total spray solution.

93 g/ac Reclaim A

0.8L/ac Reclaim B

0.2%v/v of surfactant = 200 ml/ac provided using 20 gal/ac water volume

Acres/jug

or case at broadcast rate

20 ac/case

Backpack/Spot

Application Rate

Mixing in 10L water

2.3g of Reclaim II A; 17ml of Reclaim II B and 20 ml of surfactant.

Application Recommend­ation

Thoroughly & uniformly wet the foliage, but not to the point of run-off.

Always read and follow label instructions. ® TM Trademark of The Dow Chemical Company (“Dow”) or an affiliated company of Dow.

The cost effective choice for invasive weed control and increased grass production. Recommended rate for weed control is 20 ac/case.

Segment

Broadleaf weed control.

Packaging

2 x 9.71L jugs/case

Broadcast rate:

Recommended minimum 20 gal/ac total spray solution.

1 L/ac

Acres/jug

or case at broadcast rate

10 ac/ jug or 20 ac/case

Backpack/Spot

Application Rate

Mixing in 10L water

24ml

Application Recommend­ation

Thoroughly & uniformly wet the foliage, but not to the point of run-off.

Always read and follow label instructions. ® TM Trademark of The Dow Chemical Company (“Dow”) or an affiliated company of Dow

Broad-spectrum control of undesirable pasture species. Recommended rate for weed control is 1.9 L/ac. For tree recommendations, please contact your local UFA Customer Account Manager (CAM).

Segment

Broadleaf weed and tree control.

Packaging

2x10L jugs/case

Broadcast rate:

Recommended minimum 20 gal/ac total spray solution.

Broadleaf weeds: 1.9L/ac

Trees: 2.5L/ac

NOTE: Height restrictions apply. Surfactant required for tree control.

Acres/jug

or case at broadcast rate

Weed Rate: 5.2 ac/jug Tree

Rate: 4ac/jug

Backpack/Spot

Application Rate

Mixing in 10L water

Weed rate: 67ml

Application Recommend­ation

Apply to foliage until wet, up to the point of run-off.

Always read and follow label instructions. ® TM Trademark of The Dow Chemical Company (“Dow”) or an affiliated company of Dow

Longest-lasting control of deep-rooted leafy spurge and toadflax. For rate recommendations, please contact your local UFA Customer Account Manager (CAM).

Segment

Deep-rooted, hard to control perennial broadleaf weeds.

Packaging

2x10L jugs/case

Broadcast rate:

Recommended minimum 20 gal/ac total spray solution.

1.8L/ac

Acres/jug

or case at broadcast rate

5.6 ac/jug

Backpack/Spot

Application Rate

Mixing in 10L water

50 ml

For control of leafy spurge, field bindweed, and toadflax only, a spot treatment rate of 90ml per 100mÇ may be used provided no more than 50% of a hectare is treated.

Application Recommend­ation

Apply to foliage until wet, up to the point of run-off.

Always read and follow label instructions. ® TM Trademark of The Dow Chemical Company (“Dow”) or an affiliated company of Dow

BROADCAST & SPOT SPRAYING

Broadcast Application

20 gal/ac water volume

Broadcast Application

Mixing in 10 L water

Reclaim II*

  • 20 ac/case PLUS 0.2% v/v non-ionic surfactant
  • 2.3g (1 tsp) Reclaim II A
  • 17 ml Reclaim II B
  • 20 ml Surfactant

Restore II*

  • 20 ac/case
  • 24 ml

Grazon XC†

  • 1.9 L/ac for weed control

Tree rates: contact your UFA CAM.

  • 67 ml

(i.e. 0.67% solution)

Tordon 2K†

  • 1.84 L/ac
  • 50 ml

(i.e. 0.5% solution)

For Backpack/Spot Application:

* Thoroughly and uniformly wet the foliage, but not to the point of run-off.

† Apply to foliage until wet, up to the point of run-off. Maximum one application per year for all treatments.

2019 Forage Guide