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GoldWing

Herbicide

GoldWing® herbicide is an effective pre-seed burndown option with multiple modes of action for use before seeding peas, cereals, corn and canary seed.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Active ingredients:  Group 14 (pyraflufen-ethyl), Group 4 (MCPA ester)
Rainfast:  1 hour
Treatment rate:  133 mL/ac. – One case treats 160 acres, one drum treats 640 acres
Tank-mix order:  GoldWing, glyphosate
Notes:  Apply prior to seeding, no surfactant required when tank mixed with glyphosate, use 10 gal./ac. water volume to get good coverage on emerged weeds

Registered crops

  • Field peas
  • Barley
  • Canary seed
  • Corn (field, sweet, pop)
  • Oats
  • Rye
  • Triticale
  • Wheat (spring, durum, winter)

Major weeds controlled

GOLDWING ALONE

  • Annual sow thistle (suppression)
  • Cleavers
  • Dandelion (suppression)
  • Kochia (including Group 2- and glyphosate-resistant biotypes)
  • Lamb’s-quarters
  • Mustards (except dog and tansy)
  • Narrow-leaved hawk’s‑beard
  • Night-flowering catchfly
  • Redroot pigweed (including Group 2- and Group 5-resistant biotypes)
  • Stinkweed
  • Volunteer canola (all herbicide-tolerant biotypes)

 

TANK MIX WITH GLYPHOSATE FOR ENHANCED CONTROL OF THESE EMERGED WEEDS

  • Canada thistle
  • Cow cockle
  • Flixweed
  • Round-leaved mallow
  • Shepherd’s-purse
  • Smartweed
  • Wild buckwheat

Weed Control Challenge

Controlling Group 2 and Group 9 resistant weeds  

There is a growing risk for the development of new glyphosate-resistant weeds in Western Canada. Volunteer canola and kochia populations may not be controlled by glyphosate alone. Growers need effective control options that will protect the viability of glyphosate and glyphosate-tolerant crops, with modes of action that do not include Group 2 chemistry.

Nufarm Solution

GoldWing® herbicide contains a Group 14 active (pyraflufen-ethyl) in a pre-formulation with a Group 4 ( MCPA ester) to control the toughest herbicide-resistant weeds in Western Canada. This product was developed to be added to glyphosate in a pre-seed burndown to control early season weeds in field peas, cereals, corn and canary seed.

Benefits

  • Faster burndown activity compared to Group 2 herbicides
  • Resistance management tool with a Group 14 active ingredient, and works well in combination with Group 4 chemistry on tough-to-kill weeds
  • Unsurpassed crop safety for registered crops seeded after application

PLUS

  • Increased control of cleavers and protection against the development of glyphosate-resistant biotypes
  • Faster, more effective control of all types of herbicide-tolerant volunteer canola
  • Controls Group 2-resistant weeds (kochia, cleavers, redroot pigweed) and glyphosate-resistant broadleaf weeds (kochia, volunteer canola)

PErFORMANCE TIPS

  • Tank mix with 0.5-1.0 REL glyphosate
  • Will not provide residual weed control
  • GoldWing contains an active ingredient with contact type activity, so good spray coverage of emerged weeds is essential for exceptional control