HerbicidePeas

PYTHON™

Buchanan, Central Saskatchewan

PYTHON™

Herbicide Peas
Central Saskatchewan | ABM Neil Abrahamson

Welcome to our field pea trial in Buchanan, SK, showcasing our newest product in our pulse portfolio PYTHON™. This dual mode of action product is a proven asset to your resistance management tool box!

PYTHON™ on wild oats 16 days after application, notice the interveinal striping and the yellowing at the growing point. These two indicators show that product is working, it may take another week for the grass to completely turn brown, but rest assured it is no longer a problem in this field.

PYTHON™ on volunteer canola 16 days after application

PYTHON™ on wild buckwheat 16 days after application, notice the reddish/ purple coloring. This is a classic sign the product is working. The growing point will usually be the first to take on this coloration.

PYTHON™ activity 28 days after application

Sometimes a spray miss is what you need to show you how well a product is working! I'd say the PYTHON™ did a great job on the volunteer canola here!

Demo Plot Information

Crop: Field Peas

Application Date: June 23, 2020

Target: Lambs Quarters, Wild Oats, Volunteer Canola


Active Ingredient:

  • PYTHON™ A: Imazamox 80 g/L
  • PYTHON™ B: Benzaton 480 g/L

Chemistry Group: Group 2 and 6
Competitor Product: VIPER®ADV

Key Benefits:

  • Multiple modes of action
  • Controls resistant wild mustard and volunteer canola
  • Helps to combat group 2 resistant cleavers
  • Flexibility of two separate products in the case
  • Flexible cropping options the year after
  • No complicated grower program to qualify for

Key Crops:

  • Peas
  • Soybeans
  • Dry Beans

Key Weeds Controlled:

  • Cleavers
  • Barnyard Grass
  • Lambs Quarters
  • Persian Darnel
  • Prostrate & Redroot Pigweed
  • Shepherd's Purse
  • Stinkweed
  • Stork's Bill
  • Volunteer Canola
  • Volunteer Wheat, Barley, Oats & Canary Seed
  • Wild Oats
  • Wild Mustard
  • Wild Buckwheat
  • Green & Yellow Foxtail
  • Prostrate Pigweed
  • Redroot Pigweed
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