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PrnumPesticide(MFG)Commodity (Crop Group)Category (Code)EPA Status
12840
B
BROMOXYNIL
BAYER,NUFARM
HEMP, INDUSTRIAL (99 = MISC GROUP) UNDER EVALUATION (06)
Reasons for need: BROADLEAF WEEDS; NO POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDES ARE LABELED IN HEMP; PER MT ME-TOO REQUEST, WEED CONTROL IS THE PRIMARY ISSUE IN HEMP IN MT, AND GROWERS NEED TOOLS FOR DICOT WEEDS
Efficacy/Crop Safety (E/CS) Data Required:
E/CS Research Comments: PMC CANADA CONDUCTED 3 CROP SAFETY TRIALS
Comments: REQUEST WAS SUBMITTED FOR HEMP, INDUSTRIAL; NO EXPORT MARKETS NOTED:08/19; BY PHONE FROM NUFARM, REQUEST IS SUPPORTED, RESIDUE AND E/CS, DEPENDENT ON ACCEPTABLE CROP SAFETY:09/19; PMC/CANADA CONFIRMED THEY HAVE RESIDUE AND CROP SAFETY DATA FOR THIS USE, WITH A SUBMISSION TARGET OF MARCH 2020; RESIDUE TRIALS INCLUDED 1 IN ZONE 5, 1 IN ZONE 7, 3 IN ZONE 14 INCLUDING A PROCESSING TRIAL, AND ANOTHER PROCESSING TRAL IN ZONE 5; PROCESSING FRACTIONS INCLUDED COLDPRESS SEED OIL, SEED MEAL (PRESSCAKE), HEMP HEARTS AND FLOUR; ALSO 3 CROP SAFETY TRIALS WERE CONDUCTED:10/19; EPA GREEN:12/19; NUFARM IS NOT ABLE TO SUPPORT AT THIS TIME, BUT AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH MAY BE TO SUPPORT THE USE UNDER A 24C SLN LABEL, TO BE HELD BY A GROWER GROUP, ALONG WITH A SUITABLE RELEASE OF LIABILITY FOR THE PRODUCT MANUFACTURER (NUFARM REC'D SUCH A REQUEST FOR A 24C USE ON HEMP BY THE MT DEPT. OF AG, FOR WHICH NUFARM STATED THE SAME CONCERN AND THE NEED FOR ACCEPTABLE CROP SAFETY DATA); STATUS CHANGED FROM RESEARCHABLE, RESIDUE AND E/CS, TO UNDER EVAL, PENDING FURTHER DISCUSSION WITH IR-4:02/20; NUFARM WOULD CONSIDER A THIRD PARTY ("SURROGATE") COMPANY PURSUING THIS USE:07/20; EPA GREEN: 08/20, 08/21
Field Res.Dir (FRD)Field ID#Field DataTrack#Data to MFGPerformance Results & Comments
Lingenfelter, Dwight 18-PA-DMP RECD 4793.pdf MAESTRO/BUCTRIL AT 1 PT/A + NIS POST; LOW INJURY, AND NO YIELD REDUCTION.
Flessner, Michael L. 17-VA-DMP RECD 4795.pdf BUCTRIL AT 1 PT/A + NIS POST; LOW INJURY, AND NO YIELD REDUCTION.
Flessner, Michael L. 17-VA-DMP RECD 4797.pdf BUCTRIL AT 1 PT/A + NIS POST; VIRTUALLY NO INJURY, AND NO YIELD REDUCTION.
Byrd, Jabari 18-VA-DMP RECD 4809.pdf TWO FIELD TRIALS IN 2017 AND 2018. BUCTRIL AT 0.3 KG/HA POST; GOOD TO EXCELLENT CROP SAFETY; NO EFFECT ON YIELD.
Pearce, Bob 17-KY-DMP RECD 4810.pdf BUCTRIL AT 0.75 PT/A POST; GOOD CROP SAFETY TO SEEDED AND TRANSPLANTED HEMP; NO EFFECT ON PLANT HEIGHT.
Lingenfelter, Dwight 18-PA-DMP RECD 4811.pdf BUCTRIL AT 0.3 KG/HA POST; GOOD TO EXCELLENT CROP SAFETY; NO EFFECT ON YIELD.
Howatt, Kirk 18-ND-DMP RECD 4830.pdf BUCTRIL 4EC AT 4 FL OZ AE/A POST (4-LF); GOOD CROP SAFETY/
Ulrich, Daniel 14-SK-DMP RECD 4838.pdf BROMOXYNIL AT 144 AND 288 G AI/HA POST; LOW TO MODERATE INJURY TO ‘FINOLA’ VARIETY; YIELD HIGHER THAN UNTREATED WEED-FREE CHECK.
Ulrich, Daniel 14-SK-DMP RECD 4839.pdf BROMOXYNIL AT 144 AND 288 G AI/HA POST; LOW INJURY TO ‘CFX-2’ VARIETY; YIELD HIGHER THAN UNTREATED WEED-FREE CHECK.
Happ, Paul 16-SK-DMP RECD 4840.pdf BROMOXYNIL APPLIED POST AT 144 AND 288 G AI/HA TWICE OR AT 288 AND 576 G AI/HA ONCE; LOW INJURY TO ‘PICOLO’ VARIETY; NO EFFECT ON YIELD.
Happ, Paul 16-SK-DMP RECD 4841.pdf BROMOXYNIL APPLIED POST AT 144 AND 288 G AI/HA TWICE OR AT 288 AND 576 G AI/HA ONCE; LOW TO MODERATE INITIAL INJURY WITH FULL RECOVERY TO ‘KATANI’ VARIETY; NO EFFECT ON YIELD.
Ulrich, Daniel 16-SK-DMP RECD 4842.pdf BROMOXYNIL APPLIED POST AT 144 AND 288 G AI/HA TWICE OR AT 288 AND 576 G AI/HA ONCE; LOW TO MODERATE INITIAL INJURY WITH FULL RECOVERY TO ‘CRS-1’ VARIETY; NO EFFECT ON YIELD.
Willenborg, Christian 18-SK-DMP RECD 4843.pdf TRIALS CONDUCTED IN 2016, 2017 AND 2018. BROMOXYNIL AT 280 AND 560 G AI/HA POST; OVERALL RESULTS SHOW LOW TO MODERATE INITIAL INJURY WITH GOOD RECOVERY TO ALL VARIETIES TESTED (‘CANDA’, ‘CFX-2’, ‘CFX-1’, ‘CRS-1’, ‘DELORES’, ‘GRANDE’, ‘JOEY’, ‘KATANI’, ‘PICCOLO’ AND ‘X-59’); NO SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON YIELD.
Elmes, Monica 99-ON-DMP RECD 4844.pdf BROMOXYNIL AT 0.336 KG AI/HA POST (2-6 LF); MODERATE TO HIGH INJURY; NO SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON YIELD.
Pearce, Bob 19-KY-DMP RECD 4886.pdf BUCTRIL 2EC AT 16 AND 32 FL OZ /A EPOST; EXCELLENT CROP SAFETY TO SEEDED AND TRANSPLANTED HEMP; OVERALL CROP YIELD GENERALLY COMPARABLE TO WEED-FREE CHECK.
Sosnoskie, Lynn 20-NY-DMP RECD 5088.pdf APPLIED POST ACCORDING TO LABEL RECOMMENDATIONS AND AT RATES REGISTERED FOR AGRONOMIC AND SPECIALTY CROPS; LOWEST INJURY (13%), AND HIGHEST PLANT BIOMASS AS % OF UNTREATED CHECK (85%) IN A GREENHOUSE TRIAL OF 11 PRODUCTS.
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