Cleansweep™ M

HERBICIDE

If your broadleaf herbicides just aren’t cleaning up your fields, it’s time to consider Cleansweep™ M. Cleansweep M takes broadleaf weed control in cereals to new levels controlling even tough weeds like kochia with excellent tank-mix compatibility for fast, easy application. Plus, Cleansweep M gives you outstanding performance and convenience.

MULTIPLE MODES OF ACTION FOR OUTSTANDING CONTROL

• Outstanding broad-spectrum broadleaf weed control
• Compatible with grass control herbicides
• Excellent crop safety on wheat, barley and oats
• Smart choice for weed resistance management with multiple modes of action

 

EPA REG. NO.: 71368-89
ACTIVE INGR.: MCPA (27.30%, 1.67 lb ae/gal), bromoxynil (25.48%, 1.67 lb ae/gal), fluroxypyr (10.08%, 0.67 lb ae/gal)
FORMULATION: emulsifiable concentrate
CHEM. FAMILY: phenoxy, nitrile, pyridinecarboxylic acid
HRAC 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), 265 gal tote

 

USE SUMMARY

WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS

Apply as a post-emergence broadcast treatment to actively growing wheat, barley or oats from the 2 leaf stage up to and including flag leaf emergence (Zadoks scale 39). Because only weeds that have emerged at the time of application will be controlled, be sure to apply when weeds are actively growing, but before weeds are 8 inches tall or vining.

For seedlings of susceptible species < 4 inches tall: Apply 1 pt/A

For seedlings of susceptible species 4–8 inches tall or vining: Apply 1.5 pts/A

For volunteer potatoes: Apply 1.5 pts/A

CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM (CRP) LAND

Apply to grasses from the 3 leaf stage at a rate of 1–2 pts/A. Apply when broadleaf weeds are up to the 8 leaf stage, 4 inches in height or 2 inches in diameter, whichever comes first.

See product label for complete directions for use.

 

KEY USES

Barley
Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) land
Fallowland
Oats
Wheat

 

KEY WEEDS CONTROLLED

Bedstraw (cleavers)
Bindweed, hedge
Buckwheat
Canola, volunteer
Chickweed
Clover, white
Cocklebur
Cockle, cow
Coffeeweed
Fiddleneck
Flax, volunteer
Grape
Gromwell, corn
Hemp dogbane
Henbit
Horseweed (marestail)
Jimsonweed
Knawel
Knotweed
Kochia
Ladysthumb
Lambsquarters
Mallow, Venice
Marshelder
Mayweed
Morningglory
Nightshade
Pepperweed
Pigweed
Poppy, horned
Prickly lettuce
Purslane, common
Radish, wild
Ragweed, common
Rocket
Sage, lanceleaf
Sheperd’s-purse
Smartweed
Sowthistle, annual
Tarweed
Thistle, Russian
Velvetleaf
Waterhemp, tall