Cleansweep™ D

HERBICIDE

Keep your fields clean with the outstanding value of Cleansweep™ D Selective Herbicide. Cleansweep D offers you outstanding control of tough broadleaf weeds including kochia, wild buckwheat and prickly lettuce. With three active ingredients, it offers an excellent resistance management option. Plus, Cleansweep D has very few crop rotation restrictions, giving you the freedom and cropping flexibility for the next planting season. With Cleansweep D, you can count on outstanding performance, convenience and exceptional value.


at-a-glance info

EPA REG. NO.: 71368-90
ACTIVE INGR.: 2,4-D (31.22%), bromoxynil (24.01%), fluroxypyr (9.50%)
FORMULATION: emulsifiable concentrate
CHEM. FAMILY: phenoxy, nitrile, pyridine
GROUP NO.: 4 and 6
MODE OF ACT.: synthetic auxins and inhibition of photosynthesis
REI: 24 hours
SIGNAL WORD: caution
RESTRICTED: no
PACKAGE SIZE: 2.5 gal container (2 per case), 30 gal, 265 gal tote

competitive advantages

• Outstanding broad-spectrum broadleaf weed control including tough weeds like kochia, wild buckwheat, lambsquarters and prickly lettuce
• Good crop safety for labeled uses
• Great value in weed control
• Excellent resistance management option
• Excellent crop rotation profile

 

Application

USE SUMMARY

Make applications from the fully tillered stage of growth but before the jointing stage at a rate of 1–1.5 pt/A. Use the higher rate when weeds are less susceptible or for heavy weed populations.

See product label for complete directions for use.

 

PROVEN PERFORMANCE

Weed control percentages with Cleansweep™ D

Treatments applied at label rates.
Average of trials conducted at North Dakota State University and Montana State University

Key uses

Barley
Fallowland
Oats
Triticale
Wheat

key weeds controlled

(See product label for complete list)

Arrowhead
Bedstraw (cleavers)
Bindweed, field*
Bindweed, hedgeBuckwheat, wild
Canola, volunteer
Chickweed
Clover, white
Cockle, cow
Cocklebur
Coffeeweed
Devilsclaw
Flax, volunteer
Frenchweed
Gumweed
Hemp dogbane
Horsetail, field*
Horseweed (marestail)
Jimsonweed
Knotweed
Kochia
Lambsquarters
Mallow, common†
Mallow, venice
Marshelder
Morningglory
Mustard spp.
Nightshade spp.*
Pennycress, field
Pigweed spp.
Plantain
Potato, volunteer*
Prickly lettuce
Puncturevine
Purslane, common
Ragweed, common
Smartweed, annual
Sunflower
Thistle, Russian*
Velvetleaf

*suppression only