PowerFlex® HL herbicide is a high-load formulation that delivers the same powerful cross-spectrum control as PowerFlex herbicide against stubborn grass and broadleaf weeds, with excellent crop safety. And you get more rotational flexibility than with most winter wheat herbicides.
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PowerFlex® HL herbicide offers excellent control of the toughest grass weeds in winter wheat, including downy brome, true cheat, wild oats and ALS-susceptible Italian ryegrass.
PowerFlex HL has a three-month rotation interval to soybeans, cotton, grain sorghum and sunflowers — and only a nine-month rotation to corn — in many geographies.
PowerFlex HL combines excellent crop safety with a wide application window for maximum flexibility in managing time and resources.
This product delivers effective weed control against the following:
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Randall Varnell with Wheeler Brothers Grain in Kingfisher, Oklahoma, explains why he continues to recommend PowerFlex® HL herbicide to his winter wheat customers.
Standard use rate is 2 oz./A.
Apply postemergence in either the fall or spring, three-leaf to jointing stage. Apply to grass weeds at the two-leaf to two-tiller stage. Apply to broadleaf weeds before they exceed 2 inches in height or diameter.
PowerFlex® HL herbicide is an ALS mode of action (Group 2) herbicide.
For postemergence control of annual grass and broadleaf weeds in winter wheat and triticale.
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Small Grains WeedID Guide
Small Grains Crop Protection Guide
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