Permit WG Herbicide
Permit WG Herbicide is powered by halosulfuron, a Group 2 mode of action that is especially strong as a PRE or PPI on broadleaf weeds like lamb’s-quarters, common ragweed, redroot pigweed volunteer canola in dry beans and also POST-EMERGENT in corn for volunteer canola and nutsedge.
RESIDUAL VOLUNTEER CANOLA CONTROL
Data from 2015 and 2016 Gowan Canada trials conducted by independent contract researchers shows greater than 90% control from a pre-seed, post-seed/pre-emergence or post-emergence timing. Halosulfuron, the active ingredient in Permit, provides contact AND residual performance on broadleaf weeds including volunteer canola. Permit registered for post-emergent timing only in corn.
COMBINE WITH EDGE OR TREFLAN FOR BROAD SPECTRUM
Data from the University of Guelph, Huron Station in 2016 shows just how powerful this combination can be. With a heavy population of major broadleaf and grassy weeds, the combination of Permit plus Treflan PPI kept the plots clean all season long.
Halosulfuron - Group 2
Pre-plant incorporated, pre-plant surface, post-plant/pre-emergence, or post-emergence
PPI or PRE
Cocklebur, lamb’s-quarters, wild mustard, redroot and smooth pigweed*, common ragweed*, purslane(s), sunflower, velvetleaf, corn spurry, common groundsel, lady’s thumb, shepherd’s purse, Pennsylvania smartweed, chickweed
Nutsedge, cocklebur, wild mustard, redroot and smooth pigweed*, common and giant ragweed*, sunflower, velvetleaf, corn spurry, lady’s thumb, shepherd’s purse(s), Pennsylvania smartweed(s), Philadelphia fleabane, common mallow, milkweed(s), morning glory, pokeweed
19 g/acre for most fields
TANK MIX INFORMATION
Treflan, Eptam, Dual or Prowl for additional grassy weed control
MODE OF ACTION
Absorbed by roots and foliage, then translocated throughout the plant. Symptoms include stunting, interveinal yellowing and terminal bud death
1 per season (PRE or POST, not BOTH)
Do not use on adzuki beans, cowpeas, lima beans, mung beans
* ALS susceptible bitoypes only (s) = suppression
- Sweet corn
- Dry Beans
- Field corn