Freetown, Maritimes


Herbicide Peas
Maritimes | ABM Amanda Walsh

This retail is explaining how to know when your peas are ready for ARMORY® 240!

Top photo was seeded on the 3rd week of April vs. the bottom photo seeded on May 10th

Demo Plot Information

Variety: CDC Raezer

Spray Timing: When the lower pods are rattling, and the upper pods have peas with no moisture present

Target: Drydown

Active Ingredient: Diquat
Chemistry Group: Group 22
Competitor Product: Reglone® and Dessicash

Key Benefits:

  • ARMORY® 240 works on contact to disrupt plant cells and is rainfast in 30 minutes, leading to more rapid drydown of plants and weeds when compared to systemic herbicides. Harvesting can typically begin within 4 – 10 days, depending on crop and weather conditions.

Key Crops:

  • Beans
  • Canola
  • Chickpeas
  • Flax
  • Legumes
  • Lentils
  • Mustard
  • Oats
  • Peas
  • Potatoes
  • Sunflowers
  • Sweet white lupins

Key Weeds Controlled:

  • Potato vines
  • Corn spurry in oats
  • Weeds in stale seedbeds (vegetables and field crops)
  • Weeds in vegetables (inter‑row directed)
  • Weeds in non-crop land
  • Suppression of perennial grasses under apple trees
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