Clash™

crop safety

Clash controls difficult ALS- and triazine-resistant annual weeds in addition to a broad spectrum of perennial and biennial weeds. And with its wide application window, Clash gives you the convenience and flexibility to deal with unpredictable spring weather. Clash is labeled for a variety of sites from crop protection to vegetation management to provide use-flexibility no matter the market.

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES

A FLEXIBLE FORMULA FOR TOUGH WEED CONTROL

  • Controls a broad spectrum of annual and perennial broadleaf weeds
  • Ideal solution for ALS- and triazine-resistant weeds
  • Flexible application timing: preplant burndown, pre- and post emergence in multiple crops
  • Offers a wide application window

 

USE SUMMARY

ANNUALS
Small, actively growing: 8-16 fl oz/acre
Established weed growth: 16-24 fl oz/acre

BIENNIALS
Rosette (1-3” diameter): 8-16 fl oz/acre
Rosette (3” or larger diameter): 16-32 fl oz/acre
Bolting: 32 fl oz/acre

PERENNIALS 
Top growth suppression: 8-16 fl oz/acre
Top growth control: 16-32 fl oz/acre

WOODY BRUSH AND VINES
Top growth suppression: 16-32 fl oz/acre
Top growth control: 32 fl oz/acre
Stems and stem suppression: 32 fl oz/acre

Approved surfactants, sprayable fertilizers or crop oil concentrate may be added to improve post-emergence weed control, particularly in dry growing conditions.

See product label for complete directions for use.

FOREST SITE PREPARATION

Clash may be used for control of undesirable woody species as well as many broadleaf weeds, vines, brambles, hardwood brush, and trees in forest site preparation. Clash may be applied as broadcast foliar sprays from ground or aerial equipment. Clash is absorbed through the leaf surfaces quickly after spraying and will also be absorbed from the soil by the roots. Translocation through the leaves, stems, and roots provides control of undesirable young conifer and broadleaf species. Woody plants, brush, and trees may not display the full extent of herbicide efficacy until several months following treatment. Clash provides application flexibility for extended windows of application and tank mix options (refer to Mixing and Application Procedures and Tank Mix Options).

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Ground operated spray equipment: Thoroughly mix and apply the specified amount of this product (2 pt per acre maximum) in a minimum of 15 gals of water per acre. Spray solution should uniformly cover undesirable foliage for best results.

See product label for complete directions for use.

 

EPA REG. NO.: 228-615
ACTIVE INGR.: DGA dicamba (56.8%)
FORMULATION: liquid
CHEM. FAMILY: benzoic acid
GROUP NO.: 4
MODE OF ACT.: auxin growth regulator
REI: 24 hours
SIGNAL WORD: caution
RESTRICTED: no
PACKAGE SIZE: 2.5 gal container (2 per case), 265 gal tote

 

KEY USES

Crops: Asparagus, barley, corn, cotton, oats, sorghum, soybean, sugarcane, triticale, wheat
Non-Crop Areas: Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) land, established turfgrasses (including golf courses), fallowlands, general farmstead, grass grown for seed, hay, lawns, pasture, rangeland, rights-of-way (roadways, utility, railroad, highway, pipeline, and rights-of-way that run through pasture and rangeland), utility facilities (substations, pipelines, tankfarms, pumping stations, parking and storage areas, non-irrigated ditchbanks, and fencerows), fencerows, natural areas and forest site preparation

KEY WEEDS CONTROLLED
(See product label for complete list)
ANNUALS
Amaranth, Palmer; Broomweed, common; Carpetweed; Evening primrose, cutleaf; Kochia; Lambsquarters, common; Marestail (Horseweed); Morningglory, ivyleaf, tall; Nightshade, black; Pennycress, field; Pigweed, prostrate, redroot; Ragweed, common, giant; Shepherd’s-purse; Thistle, Russian; Waterhemp, common, tall; Waterprimrose, winged; Wormwood

BIENNIALS & PERENNIALS
Fern, bracken; Garlic, wild; Horsenettle, Carolina; Ivy, ground; Knapweed; Milkweed, common; Nettle, stinging; Nightshade, silverleaf; Plantain, bracted, broadleaf, buckhorn; Ragweed, western; Sericea lespedeza; Sowthistle; Spurge, leafy

WOODY
Kudzu; Russian olive; Spruce; Willow, witchhazel