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New Barricade® M raises the bar even higher on control of tough broadleaf weeds in wheat and barley, including cleavers, hemp-nettle, dandelion and Canada thistle by working systemically to control the entire weed.

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Barricade® M herbicide is a new tool for wheat and barley that provides consistently powerful performance against your toughest broadleaf weeds, with outstanding re-cropping flexibility the following year.

For in-crop weed control, we recommend that you use Barricade® M herbicide which combines the strength of four active ingredients (including fluroxypyr and MPCA) with multiple modes of action from two different herbicide groups (Group 2 and 4) to help manage weed resistance and provide outstanding control of the worst broadleaf weeds.

Quick Facts

  • Now registered for control of perennial sow thistle.
  • Control of cleavers, wild buckwheat and more.
  • Contains four active ingredients from two groups (Groups 2 and 4).
  • Provides growers with long term strategies.
  • Powered by Solumax® soluble granules for effective and consistent weed control.
  • Easy sprayer cleanout to reduce risk to subsequently sprayed crops like canola, corn or soybeans.
  • Crop safety is not compromised.
  • Barricade® M can be sprayed as early as 3-leaf and as late as just before the ag leaf.
  • Flexible crop rotation the following year.
  • Wide range of registered and supported grass tank mix partners.

 

As of November 1, 2017, the USEPA registration for DuPont™ Barricade® M Herbicide has been sold to FMC by DuPont.

Registered Provinces

Labeled Crops

  • Durum Wheat
  • Oats
  • Spring Barley
  • Spring Wheat
  • Winter Wheat

Labeled Pests

  • Canada Thistle (Suppression)
  • Chickweed
  • Cleavers
  • Cow Cockle
  • Dandelion
  • Flixweed
  • Hemp-nettle
  • Kochia
  • Lamb's Quarters
  • Narrow-leaved Hawk's-beard
  • Night-flowering Catchfly
  • Redroot Pigweed
  • Round-Leaved Mallow
  • Russian Thistle
  • Scentless Chamomile
  • Smartweed
  • Stinkweed
  • Stork's-bill
  • Volunteer Canola
  • Volunteer Flax
  • White Cockle
  • Wild Buckwheat
  • Wild Mustard
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