Product Name: SHARPEN Powered by KIXOR Herbicide EPA Reg. The material and content contained in the Greenbook label database is for general use information only. Commercial products containing the PPO mode of action include Authority® products, Enlite®, Envive®, Fierce®, Fierce XLT, OpTill®, Rowel®, Rowel FX, Sharpen®, Sonic®, Spartan®, Trivence®, Valor® and Valor XLT. Protective eyewear such as face shield, goggles, or safety glasses, Coveralls, CORN. Users of this database must read and follow the actual product label affixed to the container before use of the product. A copy of each will be placed in our records. Tank-mixing with pre-emergence herbicides in maize also broadens the spectrum of activity. Chemical-resistant gloves, such as natural rubber 14 mils, 6 Chickpeas only. Sharpen® powered by Kixor® herbicide. BASF Sharpen is a pre-emergence broadleaf herbicide for use in corn, soybeans, chickpeas, dry beans, dry field peas, grain sorghum, small grain cereals, cotton and sunflower. Long answer: Sharpen and Spartan are both Group 14 PPO inhibitors. 1 GLUFOSINATE GROUP 10 HERBICIDE Cheetah® Herbicide Cheetah Herbicide will be referred to as Cheetah throughout the label. Starting this fall, four formulations Powered by Kixor herbicide - Sharpen™ herbicide, OpTill herbicide, Integrity herbicide and Treevix herbicide - will be available to help growers tackle today's weed control challenges in their fields. Avoid cross-contamination with other pesticides. All rights reserved. Injury occurs most often when rain increases herbicide availability, as the hypocotyl of the soybean plant approaches or emerges through the soil surface. Shoes plus socks, Regarding some of the popular PPO/Group 14 soybean herbicides (e.g., Valor products, Envive, Fierce, Trivence, Authority products, Sonic, Surveil, others), if using these in combination with Sharpen/Zidua Pro/Verdict/OpTill for control of marestail, there is a 14 day restriction before planting. Where Broadleaf Weeds are the Main Concern: Use Sharpen. Sharpen provides much more foliar activity than Spartan. Timing: Apply once seeds reach full physiological maturity and at least 7 days before harvest. This herbicide is built for growers with wide-ranging soil and field conditions from light soils to heavy, high organic matter soils. 12 hours SHARPEN WG Herbicide is a member of the pyrimidindiones group of herbicides. 4 Lucerne and sub clover only. Harmful if swallowed. “Every time you apply a herbicide, you select for resistance,” Bolte says. SHARPEN WG Herbicide is a fast acting contact herbicide and aids in control of weeds through a process of membrane disruption. TRIAL DETAILS A demonstration was established on the 7th of September 2016 in a long fallow paddock at the Landmark trial site on Peter Tyson’s farm near Tabbita, in conjunction with Sipcam. “Now we have Enlist, Liberty, and Xtend (herbicide-tolerant weed-management systems). Sharpen herbicide, powered by Kixor herbicide technology, was designed by BASF to provide fast, flexible burndown of broadleaf weeds applied preplant and/or preemergence in a wide range of crops. Injury is most likely when rain increases herbicide availability as the hypocotyl approaches or emerges through the soil surface. Using Sharpen to manage wild radish in the lead-up to harvest this season will help to reduce the weed burden in next year's crop. 6 Chickpeas only. No. Tank-mixes with either glyphosate or paraquat control an additional 14 grass and broadleaf weeds. SHARPEN WG Herbicide is a fast acting contact herbicide and aids in control of weeds through a process of membrane disruption. Protective eyewear. Symptoms of herbicidal activity are visible soon after application with death ensuing in a few days. To minimise this risk use strictly in accordance with label instructions. No odour and no need for intensive tank decontamination (carfentrazone and tribenuron-methyl both require intensive tank decontamination) Grazing? It is non-selective and will burndown both broadleaf and grass weeds. State Availability Yes No Not Specified This information is for reference only. • Use of Sharpen according to this labeling is subject to the use precautions and limitations imposed by the label affixed to the container for Sharpen. EPA#: 7969-332. Research has also shown that Sharpen herbicide provides excellent residual control when applied at appropriate rates. Ste 201B Application should target small, actively growing weeds. Sharpen herbicide, powered by Kixor, tackles tough broadleaf weeds in a number of crops, including cereals, corn, cotton, fallow, grain sorghum, pulses, soybeans and sunflower (desiccation). SHARPEN® HERBICIDE ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 700g/kg SAFLUFENACIL For the control of a range of broadleaf weeds prior to establishment of crops and forestry plantations, fallows, established citrus, pome and almond orchards, and around commercial, industrial, and AgPhD 1,274 views. Specifications: 1 Gallon Jug, Group 14 Herbicide The material and content contained in the Greenbook Label Database is for general use information only. SHARPEN is systemic but thorough coverage of the target weed is necessary for best results. Sharpen®herbicideis a potent inhibitor of protoporphyrinogen-oxidase belonging to herbicide mode of action Group 14(WSSA)/Group E(HRAC). 80550. Heat (powered by KIXOR®) is a herbicide designed as a glyphosate tank-mix partner for pre-seed burn-down treatment prior to cereal and pulse crops, or as a chemfallow treatment. However, it is also important that Sharpen itself is not used repeatedly in the same paddocks without complementary use of other modes of action. 7 Chickpeas, field peas, lentils, lupins, soy beans and faba beans only. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION Product Name: Thistrol® Herbicide EPA Reg. SHARPEN is a novel herbicide for use in tank mix with knockdown herbicides such as glyphosate to enhance the speed of knockdown and to broaden the weed spectrum of the knockdown partner. Their weed spectrum is different. EXCEPTION: If the product is soil injected or soil incorporated, the Worker Protection Standard, under certain circumstances, allows workers to enter the treated area if there will be no contact with anything that has been treated. Agworld and Greenbook do not provide any guarantee or assurance that the information obtained through this service is accurate, current or correct, and are therefore not liable for any loss resulting, directly or indirectly, from reliance upon this service. SHARPEN WG Herbicide is a member of the pyrimidindiones group of herbicides. Group G herbicides when added to knockdown herbicides, generally don’t improve the final weed control results, rather they increase the speed of desiccation. Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material such as barrier laminate, butyl rubber ≥ 14 mils, nitrile rubber ≥ 14 mils, neoprene rubber ≥ 14 mils, natural rubber ≥ 14 mils, polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride ≥ 14 mils, or viton ≥ 14 mils This approval does not affect any conditions that were … “It is critical to look at other burndown options so we can save growth regulators (Group 4) for in-season use,” says Bolte. Sharpen can also be used for sunflower desiccation or … Wild radish weed seed set in wheat. This inhibition interferes with the chlorophyll biosynthetic pathway. 5 Sub clover, established lucerne and perennial grass pastures only. Greenbook collects, maintains, and disseminates the most useful plant protection chemical dataset available to create a reliable resource for weed management strategies. This Label Database does not replace the official manufacture issued label. Rate: 34 g/ha + 1% v/v Hasten or another high quality MSO. Other herbicides cause problems HG 15 amide-type herbicides are less likely to cause soybean injury than HG 14 products. Since both are fairly new to the market, there are a few things to explain with each. Working in direct cooperation with Pesticide, Fertilizer, Turf and Ornamental, and Seed Treatment companies Greenbook transforms product labeling into indexed, actionable data in an unbiased presentation, that is easily accessible. Problem broadleaf weeds that have germinated are easiest to control while in the small rosette growth stage. 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Sharpen® Herbicide Sharpen is a broadleaf herbicide for use as a pre-plant burndown in seed bed preparation (eg pasture renovation), conservation tillage, non agricultural situations and apple and pear orchards. The foliar uptake of SHARPEN WG Herbicide is rapid and plant desiccation can occur within 4 days of application. ;, 5-• i. Sharpen ® is a powerful knockdown herbicide that can be used to replace or reinforce the effectiveness of glyphosate in different use patterns all year round. Spartan provides much more residual activity than Sharpen. Sharpen® WG label – “Reduction of glyphosate activity on summer grasses may occur from the tank mix, which may result in reduced control of certain grass weeds. aid/desiccation, and in noncropland areas. Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PPO) inhibiting herbicides (Group 14, herbicide mode of action classification), applied alone or in pre-mix or tank-mix with other herbicides are widely applied for residual weed control in soybean. Sharpen is rapidly absorbed by roots and foliage. Sharpen can now be applied in a mixture with other PPO-containing herbicides, as long as the following conditions are met: applied at least 14 days before soybean planting; soils are medium to fine-textured; or soils are coarse-textured soils but have 2% or higher organic matter. Subsequent germinations will not be controlled. Salvage treatment should target escaped Palmer amaranth and waterhemp not controlled by earlier applications. Following inhibition of protoporphyrinogen- oxidase, plant death is the result of membrane damage. Soil-applied PPO inhibitors (e.g. View the product label for Sharpen Powered by Kixor Herbicide from BASF Ag Products. This chemistry provides excellent burndown control of marestail/horseweed and other broadleaf weeds in soybeans when used properly. Avoid contact with skin, eyes, or clothing. Users of this database must read and follow the actual product label affixed to the container before use of the product. Sharpen ® is a powerful knockdown herbicide that can be used to replace or, Fast pre-sowing knockdown of broadleaf weeds, including hard-to-kill species like fleabane, sowthistle (milk thistle) and prickly lettuce, Enormous reductions in the amount of seed set by wild radish and 6 other broadleaf weeds in winter cereal crops before harvest, Rapid and thorough desiccation of chickpeas and other pulse crops to streamline harvesting, Excellent fallow establishment and maintenance through fast knockdown of 32 broadleaf weeds, Efficient ‘winter cleaning’ of established lucerne, Clean-up of broadleaf weeds in established almond, citrus and pome orchards and around farm buildings. HERBICIDE For use in selected agricultural crops Active Ingredient: saflufenacil-. Examples of Group 15 herbicides include: Dual ® II Magnum, Degree®, Outlook®, Zidua®, or Anthem® 3. DO NOT use or store near heat or open flame. :-V;,.V; Ac! Symptoms of herbicidal activity are visible soon after application with death ensuing in a few days. 3 Not legume seed crops. Fast pre-sowing knockdown of broadleaf weeds, including hard-to-kill species like fleabane, sowthistle (milk thistle) and prickly lettuce It can also be used as a pre-emergent residual herbicide in maize and sweet corn crops. Spartan is used almost exclusively for its residual activity. 7:01. To heat up the spray solution, adding 1 gallon of crop oil or methylated seed oil per 100 gallons of solution is a must. SHARPEN contains a herbicide from the PPO (protoporphyrinogen-IX-oxidase) group, HRAC GROUP E HERBICIDE . Authority/Spartan.Long-lasting residual herbicides like this normally don’t have the burndown activity that these products do. On the Verdict/Sharpen label it says to not apply within 30 days of other Group 14 herbicides, such as Spartan, for risk of crop injury. Sharpen makes managing wild radish in the lead-up to harvest easier. Once applied, several factors affect weed control efficacy as well as crop safety. Some of these options may not be applicable due to the herbicide group resistance present. Use higher water volumes if the weed infestation is dense or as weeds increase in size. It can also be used as a pre-emergent residual herbicide in maize and sweet corn crops. Herbicide Mode of Action Groups. Mode: Growth Regulator Herbicide: 2,4-D or Dicamba Injury: Fused Brace Root Condition: Late application of herbicide where most of corn leaves and whorl intercept the herbicide; misapplication CORN. Copyright © 2020, Greenbook. Its mode of action is through a process of membrane disruption, which is initiated by the inhibition of the enzyme protoporphyrinogen oxidase. N'-[2-chloro-4-fluoro-5-(3-methyl-2,6-dioxo-4-(trifluoromethyl)-3, 6-dihydro-1(2H)-pyrimidinyl)benzoyl]-N-isopropyl-N-methylsulfamide 29.74% Other Ingredients: 70.26% Total: … Refer to label for further details. Product Name: Sharpen Powered by Kixor Herbicide EPA Registration Number: 7969-278 Application Date: June 17, 2015 Decision Number: 506485 Dear Dr. Kleppe: The amended label referred to above, submitted in connection with registration under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act, as amended, is acceptable. Symptoms include necrotic lesions on the cotyledons and hypocotyl, and often are more severe in poorly drained … BASF Group The Chemical Company Herbicide-' FEB152013 .:.. A recent change to the Sharpen label results in more utility for this product in spring burndown programs for soybeans. Use Sharpen as a harvest aid in pulse crops to provide: Rate: 17-34 g/ha plus 1% Hasten or high quality MSO. 7969-278 Decision Number: 472896 Dear Dr. Kleppe: The Basic and Alternate "A" CSFs dated 11-19-2012, submitted in connection with registration under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, are acceptable. Best control is achieved when weeds are exposed and are not shielded by other weeds and/or stubble. In most situations, Sharpen should be applied with a conventional boom sprayer with mechanical or bypass agitation in 80–250 L/ha water. For weed resistance management SHARPEN WG Herbicide is a Group G herbicide. Sharpen is an incredible burndown herbicide with underrated residual activity, especially as you increase the rate. 5. Gramoxone is a Group 22 herbicide that kills weeds as a photosynthesis inhibitor. The likelihood of seeing crop injury varies with herbicide chemistry since some herbicides (e.g. GROUP 9 14 HERBICIDE FLEXSTAR® GT Herbicide AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE SOLUTION For non-selective burndown of annual and perennial grasses and broadleaf weeds and residual control of redroot pigweed and common ragweed in glyphosate-tolerant soybeans. 3 Not legume seed crops. The registration of Sharpen Herbicide for broadleaf weed control in lucerne provides a much needed option for growers. SAFETY DATA SHEET Thistrol Herbicide April 12, 2015 Page 1 of 6 1. It broadens BASF's product offer to lucerne producers with Spinnaker and Raptor herbicides already utilised for weed control across Australia. Product type: Contact and residual broadleaf herbicide (group E herbicide.) With the exception of Sharpen, Group G products are contact, non-systemic herbicides which can be added to Glyphosate or other knockdown herbicides, prior to sowing winter crops and pastures. Mixing Sharpen with glyphosate or paraquat helps to achieve higher levels of weed control and ultimately helps reduce the weed seed bank. The two main residual herbicides to use ahead of wheat are Sharpen and Pre-Pare. cotton) because of its low volatility. For alternative modes of action, BASF has two products, Heat® and Distinct® herbicides, which fit as glyphosate top-up products and provide alternatives to Group 2 herbicide chemistry. BASF Ag Products SAFLUFENACIL 7969-278. • Read the label affixed to the container for Sharpen before applying. LIBERTY – The other base product is Liberty. 7969-278, must be in possession of the user at the time of application. Allow 2 days (annual weeds) or 3 days (perennial weeds) … Agworld and Greenbook Data Solutions does not provide any guarantee or assurance that the information obtained through this service is accurate, current or correct, and is therefore not liable for any loss resulting, directly or indirectly, from reliance upon this service. Gramoxone, for example, is a Group 22 herbicide that has a different site of action then the Group 4 herbicides like 2,4-D and dicamba. Authority ® Edge herbicide offers growers an optimized ratio of the industry’s best Group 14 and Group 15 herbicides. Sulfentrazone (Authority mixes) and flumioxazin (Valor) are Herbicide Group (HG) 14 (PPO inhibitors) products with a relatively high risk of injury. The use of Sharpen not consistent with this label can result in injury to crops, animals or persons. BASF claims that there is a risk of crop injury from these mixtures, but has never shared data with us that support this. Timing:Apply from GS71 to GS83 and at least 14 days before harvest. Shoes plus socks Sharpen® herbicide container label, EPA Reg. Gramoxone, for example, is a Group 22 herbicide that has a different site of action then the Group 4 herbicides like 2,4-D and dicamba.

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