WHY USE SAMURAI MASTER?
- Same active as Solo® and Select®
- Proven control of green smartweed, redroot pigweed, stinkweed, and wild mustard
- Exceptional control of wild oats, volunteer cereals and green foxtail
- Controls or suppresses 27 grass and broadleaf weeds
- Use in all soil zones
- Two systemic modes of action for dependable control
- Early application timing for optimum yield potential
- Improved rotational crop flexibility as compared to other group 2 pulse products
- Low use rate, easy to use
- Effective one-pass weed control in peas at the best price.
- Cow cockle
- Green smartweed
- Redroot pigweed
- Russian thistle
- Shepherd’s purse
- Volunteer canola (3)
- Wild mustard (2)
- Barnyard grass
- Crabgrass (smooth and large)
- Green foxtail
- Fall panicum
- Persian darnel
- Proso millet
- Volunteer cereals
- Volunteer corn
- Volunteer canary grass
- Wild oats
- Yellow foxtail
- Cleavers (2)
- Japanese brome grass
- Round-leaved mallow
- Wild buckwheat
(1) At 11.7 gram/acre rate
(2) Not including group 2 resistant biotypes
(3) Only non-Clearfield varieties
(4) Not including group 1 resistant biotypes
- Group 1 and 2
- Assassin® at 5 L per 1000 L of water
- Imazamox 70% water dispersible granule (WDG)
- Clethodim 240 g/L emulsifiable concentrate (EC)
- Case: 80 acres
WHEN TO APPLY
- Crop stage: 2 – 6 true leaf stage
- Weed stage: up to the 4 leaf stage
- 5-10 US gallons/acre (20-40 L/acre)
- 3 hours
- 1 year after application: Field peas, canola+, spring wheat, durum wheat, spring barley, tame oats, flax, Clearfield® sunflowers†
- There is insufficient data for other crops. Conduct a field bioassay the year before growing any crop other than those listed above
SUPPORTED TANK MIXES*
- Keep from freezing. Store above 5°C
GRAZING AND HAREST
- Graze treated fields or cut for feed 60 days after application
- Harvest treated crops 75 days of application
+Initial injury to non-Clearfield canola may be observed
†Sunflower varieties with the Clearfield trait
- Fill the spray tank 1/2 full of water, start sprayer agitation and continue throughout mixing and application process.
- Add the required amount of Samurai and agitate until dissolved.
Add the required amount of Independence®.
- If required, add correct amount of tank mix partners.
- Add the required amount of surfactant.
- Fill the remainder of the tank with water and apply.
- If application is stopped prior to completion, re-suspend spray solution by full agitation prior to commencing spraying again.
- Optimal control occurs when applied between 12°C and 24°C during warm moist growing conditions when weeds are small and actively growing.
- Typical symptoms (discoloration at the growing point) may not be noticeable for several days – 2 weeks depending on growing conditions. Weed control may take 3-4 weeks.
- Early application is critical; weeds must be emerged but less than 4 leaf stage for optimum control.
- Use higher water volumes for dense weed populations and thick crop canopies.
- Do not apply if temperatures of +5°C or lower are forecast within 3 days of application. Application just before or after cold temperatures can result in crop injury or yellowing.
- Control will be reduced, or crop injury may occur if plants are stressed by lack of moisture, excessive moisture, poor fertility, cold temperatures or other crop stress factors.
- Samurai can be persistent in soil. Drought, extremes in soil pH and excessive cold may result in an increased potential for injury to succeeding crops.