New Quelex® herbicide with Arylex™ active provides wheat growers advanced broadleaf weed control, including resistance to ALS and glyphosate. With crop rotation flexibility and a broad range of application options, Quelex offers the freedom to customize weed management programs for optimum success.
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Quelex® herbicide delivers a superior three-month crop rotation interval to soybeans, cotton and field corn, with the ability to be applied in both warm and cold temperatures.
Quelex combines a new active ingredient, Arylex™ active, with florasulam to give wheat growers another tool to fight weed resistance.
Quelex controls 28 broadleaf weeds, including henbit, shepherdspurse, mustards, flixweed, pigweed, lambsquarters, geranium and marestail.
Wheat, Durum (Triticum durum)
Wheat, Spring Seeded (Triticum aestivum)
Wheat (Triticum spp.)
This product delivers effective weed control against the following:
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Arylex™ active (halauxifen-methyl); florasulam
Apply 0.75 ounce of Quelex® herbicide per acre.
Quelex should be applied when weeds are growing in the two- to four-leaf stage or are less than 4 inches tall (please see restrictions).
Efficacy of Quelex is optimized when sprayed with an adjuvant.
Quelex contains both an ALS-mode-of-action Group 2 herbicide and auxin-mode-of-action Group 4 herbicide.
For preplant burndown and postemergence control of annual broadleaf weeds in wheat (including durum), barley and triticale.
For more information, download the full label for Quelex® Herbicide.
Quelex Technical Bulletin
Quelex Fact Sheet
Small Grains Crops Protection Guide
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