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Strike Out Tough Weeds



New for 2015, BurnMaster™ delivers unbeatable control of more than 65 broadleaf weeds, including herbicide resistant species like kochia, pigweed and marestail. Designed for optimal performance – even in cool weather – BurnMaster is the ideal choice for fall and early spring burndown programs. Plus, it’s labeled for use ahead of almost any crop. The 3:1 2,4-D ester and dicamba acid premix works with a variety of adjuvants, may be partnered with residual herbicides for extended control in fallow areas and offers excellent crop rotation flexibility.


MAXIMUM POWER AND FLEXIBILITY
  • Excellent cool-weather performer – ideal for fall and early spring burndown programs
  • True systemic control kills weeds above and below ground
  • Optimized 2,4-D ester and dicamba acid ratio delivers broad-spectrum control of more than 65 weeds including glyphosate and ALS resistant species
  • Labeled for use ahead of virtually any crop and offers crop rotation flexibility year after year
  • 15 day preplant option for soybeans at up to 2 pt/A rate
  • May be combined with Panther™ for additional control of henbit and purple deadnettle

APPLICATION RECOMMENDATIONS
CORN:
Preplant: Apply 1.25 to 2.5 pts/A at 7 to 14 days before planting in no-till, conventional or reduced tillage. Limited to 1 pre-plant application per cycle.

Pre-emergence: Apply 2.0 to 2.5 pts/A at 3 to 5 days after planting but before corn emerges in no-till, conventional or reduced tillage. Limited to 1 preplant application per cycle. Maximum of 2.5 pts/A per application.

SORGHUM (post-emergence only):
Apply 1.0 pts/crop cycle. Maximum of 1.25 pts/A (0.5 lb 2,4-D a.e.) per application. Limited to 1 application per crop cycle.

COTTON (preplant only):
Apply 2.0 pts/A at 30 days (minimum) before planting. A minimum of 1” rainfall of overhead irrigation followed by 30 days is required before planting. Limited to 2 applications per crop cycle. Maximum of 2.0 pts/A per application.

SOYBEAN (preplant only):
Apply 1.0 to 2.0 pts with a 15 day minimum waiting interval. Apply 2.0 to 2.5 pts with a 30 day minimum waiting interval. Limited to 2.5 pts/A per growing season.

WHEAT (Fall and Spring seeded):
Post-emergence: Apply .50 to 1.0 pts/A. For spring seeded wheat apply after tillering and before wheat reaches the 6-leaf stage. For fall seeded wheat apply after tillering and before a killing freeze.

Preharvest: Apply up to 1.2 pts/A when wheat is in hard dough stage and the green color is gone from the nodes (joints) of the stem.


See label for complete application rates and recommendations.

COMPLETE KNOCKDOWN OF MARESTAIL AND PRIMROSE
NCSU, FALL 2012

EPA REG. NO.
71368-108

ACTIVE INGR.
dicamba acid (10.73%),
2,4-D (49.64%)


FORMULATION
liquid

CHEM. FAMILY
benzoic acid,
phenoxycarboxylic acid


HRAC NO.
4

MODE OF ACT.
synthetic auxin

REI
48 hours

SIGNAL WORD
danger

RESTRICTED
no

PACKAGE SIZE
2 x 2.5 gal, 265 gal tote, bulk


KEY USES
Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) land
Fallow systems (between crop applications)
Farmstead
Labeled crops including: grain sorghum, grass (hay or silage), corn (preplant and pre-emergence), soybean (preplant), cotton (preplant), wheat
Pastures
Rangeland


KEY WEEDS CONTROLLED
(See product label for complete list)
Beebalm, common
Buckwheat, wild
Carpetweed
Chickweed, common
Cocklebur, common
Croton, woolly
Dogfennel
Eveningprimrose, cutleaf
Hairy bittercress
Henbit
Kochia
Lambsquarters
Mallow, common
Marestail (horseweed)
Morningglory; ivyleaf, tall
Mouse-ear cress
Mustard; annual, tansy
Palmer amaranth
Pennycress, field
Pigweed; prostrate, redroot, smooth
Poorjoe
Ragweed; common, lance-leaf, western
Sage
Sedge
Smartweed
Sneezeweed
Sowthistle, annual
Velvetleaf
Waterhemp, common