Wild Oat, Italian Ryegrass, and Other Grass Weeds

pinoxaden (Axial XL)

Rate 0.053 lb ai/a (16.4 oz/a Axial XL 0.42EC)

Time Apply to spring barley from the 2-leaf to pre-boot stage. Apply to wild oat from 1- to 6-leaf stage on the main stem but before the fourth tiller emerges. Apply to green or yellow foxtail, Italian ryegrass, barnyardgrass, wild proso millet and windgrass from one- to five-leaf stage on the main stem but before third tiller emerges.

Remarks Use at least 5 gal/a water in aerial applications, 5 to 10 gal/a water in ground applications. Surfactant is not required with Axial XL formulation. Axial XL is rainfast 30 minutes after application. Make one application per season, not to exceed 16.4 fl oz/a. Restricted entry interval (REI) is 48 hr.

Caution Avoid applying in more than 10 gal/a water because grass control may be reduced. Do not apply through any type of irrigation system. Do not apply to a crop stressed by conditions such as frost, low fertility, drought, flooding, or disease or insect damage, because crop may be injured. Do not treat barley underseeded with legumes. Do not harvest grain or feed treated barley straw for 60 days following application.

Site of action Group 1: acetyl CoA carboxylase (ACCase) inhibitor

Chemical family Phenylpyrazolin

pinoxaden + fenoxaprop (Axial Bold)

Rate 0.0536 lb ai/a pinoxaden + 0.0267 lb ai/a fenoxaprop (15 oz/a Axial Bold)

Time Apply to barley from emergence to prior to the jointing stage. Apply to wild oat at the 1- to 6-leaf stage on the main stem. Apply to green or yellow foxtail, Italian ryegrass, barnyardgrass, wild proso millet and windgrass at the 1- to 5-leaf stage on the main stem.

Remarks Weed control can be reduced or delayed under conditions of stress such as drought, heat, insufficient fertility, flooding, and prolonged cool temperatures.

Caution Under certain environmental conditions, mixtures of Axial Bold with liquid nitrogen fertilizers as a partial carrier may cause crop burn.

Site of action Group 1: acetyl CoA carboxylase (ACCase) inhibitor

Chemical family (pinoxaden) Phenylpyrazoline; (fenoxaprop) Aryloxyphenoxy propionate