For systemic control of many broadleaf weeds in barley, canary seed' oats' summer fallow, wheat and seedling and established grasses grown for forage. SWORD® cuts down wild buckwheat, Canada thistle and a wide range of broadleaf weeds, early in the season before they cut into your profits.
- SWORD is a combination of three systemic active ingredients that accumulate in the growing point of susceptible weeds. SWORD produces abnormal weed growth and disrupts the transport system in plants.
- Apply by ground or air sprayer.
- SWORD cuts through all your worst weed problems. It controls tough annual broadleaf weeds like wild buckwheat, cleavers and hemp-nettle.
- For control of broadleaf weeds in hard red spring wheat, durum wheat, winter wheat, barley, oats, and canary seed.
- With three different Group 4 active ingredients, SWORD controls herbicide tolerant canola volunteers from Roundup Ready, Clearfield (Smart) and Liberty Link crops. And if multiple-resistant volunteers are present, SWORD controls those, too.
For systemic control of many broadleaf weeds in: Wheat (spring, durum and winter), Barley, Oats, Stubble Fields, Summer fallow, and Canary Seed (Phalaris canariensis), and seedling and established grasses grown for forage.
For the management of: Buckwheat (wild, tartary, volunteer cultivated), Cleavers, Common Ragweed, Corn Spurry, Cow Cockle, Flixweed, Green Smartweed, Hempnettle, Knotweed, Kochia, Lady's-thumb, Lamb's-quarters, Mustards (wild, ball, tall, wormseed, yellow), Night Flowering Catchfly, Pigweeds (prostrate, redroot), Russian Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Annual Sow Thistle, Stinkweed, Volunteer Rapeseed, Volunteer Sunflower, Chickweed, Canada Thistle, Field Bindweed, Hedge Bindweed, Perennial Sow Thistle.
For a full list of crops and application directions, refer to the product label. Always read and follow label directions.
MCPA, Mecoprop-P, Dicamba
Group 4 Herbicide
PCPA # 27892
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