What is Clearfield rice?

What is Clearfield rice?

Clearfield rice seed is a nontransgenic, nongenetically modified crop technology for rice production developed with traditional plant-breeding techniques. It is tolerant to Newpath® herbicide, Clearpath™ herbicide and Beyond® herbicide.

What is Clearfield corn?

Clearfield® or “IMI” corn Developed by traditional plant breeding (non-GMO), these hybrids are tolerant to the imidazolinone herbicides Pursuit® or Lightning®. Seed tag labeled ‘IT’ for imidazolinone-tolerant or ‘IR’ for imidazolinone-resistant. IR hybrids have the most built-in herbicide tolerance.

Is Clearfield rice GMO?

Clearfield Rice: It’s Not a GMO.

What are Clearfield crops?

Clearfield is a non-genetically modified (Non-GM) trait for herbicide tolerance and it is incorporated in a number of different crop species, including canola, sunflowers, and rice. The technology was developed by BASF and is made available to plant breeding partners, including Nuseed.

What is Clearfield wheat?

Clearfield® wheat features top yielding genetics from high-performance varieties to help you grow the cleanest wheat. And with Altitude® FX 3 herbicide – specifically designed for use with the Clearfield Production System for wheat – control of grass and broadleaf weeds has reached new heights.

What are Clearfield varieties?

The Clearfield production system combines high yield potential hybrid varieties with high quality post-emergence herbicides. Because it uses traditional plant breeding techniques, it is an important tool in EU countries.

What is Clearfield Plus?

Clearfield® Plus Production System for Wheat The Clearfield® Plus Production System combines high-performing WestBred® wheat genetics with Beyond® herbicide tolerance, a broad-spectrum grass and broadleaf weed herbicide, which can result in cleaner fields and greater yield potential.

What do you spray on Clearfield wheat?

Beyond plus methylated seed soil can be applied to 2-gene Clearfield varieties after tiller initiation until the jointing stages of wheat, but methylated seed oil cannot be used with Beyond at any time on 1-gene varieties.

What is Clearfield herbicide?

Does dicamba hurt wheat?

Introduction: 2,4-D and Clarity (dicamba) are growth regulator herbicides that injure wheat when applied at the wrong time.

What can I spray on Clearfield canola?

Ares™ SN Herbicide is a selective herbicide that is applied as an early post-emergence treatment in Clearfield® Canola1 and Clearfield Canola1 Quality Brassica juncea. Use of Ares SN Herbicide on canola or canola quality Brassica juncea varieties not designated with the Clearfield trait may cause severe crop injury.

Does dicamba have residual control?

Tavium® Plus VaporGrip® Technology herbicide offers multiple effective sites of action to help you stay ahead of resistant weeds. Now available for 2019.

Which is the best herbicide for wheat?

Liquid urea-ammonium nitrate fertilizer (UAN) is a common spray solution carrier for herbicides in wheat in our region. We typically recommend no more than a 50:50 water/UAN ratio. The most common herbicide used in this manner is 2,4-D ester at 1 pint/A (2,4-D amine is difficult to mix in UAN).

Is Clearfield canola GM?

Are Clearfield canola varieties Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)? No. All registered or soon-to-be registered Clearfield canola varieties were developed using traditional plant breeding methods. Therefore, Clearfield crops are treated as non-GMO, conventional crops and are approved for export worldwide.

How long does dicamba stay in the soil?

Dicamba remains active in soil for up to 14 days after application. Glyphosate’s in-ground half-life is anywhere between 3 and 249 days, depending on environmental factors, but it is typically not harmful to plants once it is in the soil. Dicamba remains active in the soil for 14 days.

How do you neutralize dicamba?

Ammonia is often used and required by pesticide labelling to help neutralize dicamba in sprayer flushes.

Can you use atrazine on wheat?

Products with atrazine may be labeled for use on soil, roadsides, lawns, and athletic fields. Certain products can be used on corn, sorghum, sugarcane, macadamia nuts, guava, or wheat stubble after harvest.

Is dicamba safer than glyphosate?

Dicamba is considered to be less safe for the environment and humans than Glyphosate. The reasons why Dicamba is a higher risk are: Dicamba is residual in soil, where it can attack plant roots for up to 2 weeks after application. This may lead it to attack plants you did not intend to harm.

How can dicamba drift be prevented?

Preventing Dicamba Drift

  1. Only use Engenia or Xtendimax. These low-volatile formulations are the only approved products for post-emergence applications.
  2. Only tankmix with labeled products.
  3. Only use labeled nozzles.
  4. Keep the spray boom low.
  5. Avoid spraying in a temperature inversion.
  6. Communicate with neighbors.