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|Weed Class||List of Weeds|
|Broadleaf weeds controlled - cotyledon to 4 leaf (except where indicated)||
Cleavers2 (1 to 4 whorls)
Lamb’s quarters (cotyledon to 6 leaf)
Volunteer tame mustard
Wild buckwheat (cotyledon to 6 leaf)
|Grassy weeds controlled - 1 to 6 true leaf (except where indicated)||
Spring germinating Japanese brome grass (1 to 4 leaf)
Volunteer canary seed
Volunteer durum wheat
Volunteer spring wheat4
Volunteer tame oats
1 Ares herbicide is registered for use only in the Prairie Provinces. Not for use in the Peace Region of Alberta and British Columbia. Contact Corteva Agriscience for herbicide recommendations in the Peace River region.
2 Multiple flushing weeds.
3 Non-Clearfield canola varieties only.
4 Non-imazamox tolerant varieties only.
Ares provides a wide window of application, helping you control early-emerging weeds before they affect your yield.
|Clearfield canola||2 - 7 true leaf, before bolting|
|Clearfield canola quality Brassica juncea||2 - 7 true leaf, before bolting|
|Clearfield XCEED® Brassica juncea canola||2 - 7 true leaf, before bolting|
One case will treat 40 acres.
|Ares herbicide||244 ml/ac (63 ml/ha)|
|Merge® adjuvant*||0.5% v/v (e.g. 0.5 L per 100 L spray solution)|
|Ground application only||20 - 40 L/ac (5 - 10 gal/ac)|
*Merge adjuvant is required and is included with Ares herbicide.
1 Ares herbicide is registered for use only in the Prairie Provinces. Not for use in the Peace Region of Alberta and British Columbia
One year after application, the following crops may be grown in the treated field:
Clearfield canola qualityBrassica juncea
Lentils (including Clearfield lentils)
Spring wheat (including Clearfield wheat)
NOTE: Ares™ SN contains two IMI
herbicides that bind to both clay particles and organic matter
in the soil. Binding will increase with a soil pH less than
6.0. These molecules could also remain bound to the clay and
organic matter for longer periods of time in dry and cold
conditions. Moisture is necessary for soil microorganisms to
break down the herbicide molecules and reduce the risk of
herbicide carryover into the following year of application.
It is recommended that a minimum rainfall of 125 mm (5") from June 1st to August 31st in the year of application be received for adequate breakdown of the IMI herbicides to support normal crop rotation recommendations. Environment Canada and provincial rainfall data is only to be used as a guideline as rainfall can vary greatly within a small radius. If available, please check local rainfall data to further guide your rotational cropping decisions.
If rainfall in the year of application was below 125 mm (5") from June 1st to August 31st, it is not recommended to grow non-Clearfield canola, oats, durum, flax or sunflowers in the 1st season after application. For further information please contact Corteva Agriscience. In severe drought conditions and poor soil quality, Clearfield tolerant wheat or lentils are recommended in rotation.
Two years after application, the following crops may be grown in the treated field:
Controlling multiple flushes of volunteer LibertyLink® and glyphosate resistant canola is a challenge. Ares™ SN herbicide meets that challenge, with control of multiple flushes of both LibertyLink and glyphosate resistant canola volunteers. See the proof in this side-by-side, time-lapse video comparing all three system herbicides.