CONSISTENT, EXTENDED CONTROL OF KEY WEEDS Control of five key weeds
ANNUAL RYEGRASS – including populations resistant to other modes of action
Across all cropping areas there are populations of annual ryegrass, wild oats and other weeds with increasing levels of resistance to trifluralin and other herbicides from the older modeof-action groups.
BARLEY GRASS ANNUAL PHALARIS
(Phalaris paradoxa only)
Suppression of two more BROME GRASS
Average levels of control
(Bromus diandrus only)
WILD OATS In two cereal crops WHEAT (except durum wheat) TRITICALE With superior convenience IN UP TO 50% TRASH COVER WITH LONGER CONTROL
THAN OTHER PRE-EMERGENT HERBICIDES
AT A RATE OF 118 g/ha – LESS THAN 1 MEASURING CUP PER HECTARE
WITH A 3-DAY APPLICATION-TOSOWING WINDOW
So far there is no evidence of any cross-resistance to Sakura.
LONG RESIDUAL WEED CONTROL The length of control varies according to soil type and weather conditions. However, this graph reflects a pattern established across years of comparative trials in all soil types: Sakura consistently provides substantially longer residual control than either trifuralin or Boxer Gold® under the same conditions.
Annual ryegrass control after 4 and 15 weeks
100 90 80 70
TOAD RUSH SILVER GRASS
60 50 40 30 20 10 0
28 DAA 107 DAA
Sakura 118 g/ha * These averages exclude trials where there were obvious explanations for a significantly lower level of performance. In most cases, the attributed cause was that heavy rain after application on sandy soil dispersed Sakura beyond the weed-seed zone.
Trial ID: HP09AUSBFTWE02
28 DAA 107 DAA Boxer Gold 2.5 L/ha
28 DAA 107 DAA Trifluralin 2 L/ha
Note: DAA = days after application
MANAGING BROME GRASS AND WILD OATS
ADDING IMMEDIATE AND LONG-TERM EXTRA VALUE
Sakura is registered for suppression only of wild oats and brome grass (specifically great brome, Bromus diandrus). Trial results have shown that control is generally lower for these weeds than for the other five weeds on the label.
More profit per hectare
Using an averaged wheat price for each of the four seasons, delivered FOB port basis $/tonne price for each relevant year (2009–2012) plus $5/ha average application cost, Sakura 850 WG returned an average $222 per hectare net return above the untreated control.
Average levels of control (with at least 10 mm rain within 10 days of sowing)
However, when conditions are favourable – especially if good rain falls soon after sowing – Sakura can help control both wild oats and brome grass well enough to reduce the seed bank and prevent them competing strongly with the crop.
Post-emergent application of a suitable selective herbicide (e.g. Atlantis®) may be necessary to control the remaining weeds.
The Return On Investment (ROI) trial data represented in this graph has been generated across key wheatgrowing regions. Annual ryegrass was the target weed in 27 side-by-side trial sites from 2009 to 2012.
$ net increase per hectare over untreated
It is unlikely that Sakura will provide complete control of brome grass or wild oats. Generally, seeds germinating on or near the soil surface will be better controlled than those germinating from depth.
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100 90 80 70
Trial work has shown that tank-mixing Sakura with Avadex® Xtra at 1.6 L/ha can increase the overall control of wild oats.
Comparative average wild oat control
Tank-mixing Sakura with trifluralin
As part of an overall resistance management strategy, the Group K chemistry of Sakura can help keep products from other chemical groups viable as rotation options – and that in turn can help you manage the overall cost of your weed-control program.
Sakura alone may not be able to control weeds that are germinating at the time Sakura is applied if there is no significant follow-up rain within two weeks to move Sakura down into the weed seed zone. In these situations, applying Sakura in a tank-mix with trifluralin may help provide short-term control of that early germination until Sakura is ‘activated’.
The three most important things you can do to delay or avoid the build-up of herbicide resistance are:
50 40 30
• use the full label rate,
• rotate herbicide modes of action, and
Keeping other products viable
Sakura 118 g/ha
Sakura 118 g/ha + Avadex Xtra 1.6 L/ha
• integrate other methods of weed control into a management program.
SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION Low product rate + high water volumes Sakura should always be applied at the one low rate – 118 g/ha – thoroughly dispersed in 50–100 L/ha of water. In some situations (e.g. high stubble loads) higher water volumes may improve weed control.
Coarse spray droplets Use a standard boom sprayer fitted with bypass or mechanical agitation and nozzles calibrated to deliver COARSE droplets.
It is important to sow with knife points with press wheels or narrow points with harrows (as specified on the label) to reduce the risk of burying weed seeds – which will make them harder to control.
Wheat (not durum wheat) & triticale
Cotton, maize, mung beans, sorghum, soybeans & sunflowers
A seeder going too fast can throw treated soil into the adjacent furrow, reducing control between the rows or causing damage to the crop. Taking it slowly and steadily should keep the Sakura in the inter-row, where it’s most needed.
TANK-MIXING SAKURA Sakura is compatible with any one of the products listed in this table. While not all them are listed on the label, trial work has indicated that they can be tankmixed with Sakura without significant loss of efficacy on grass weeds. Ally®
Constant agitation is required because separation/settlement will occur on standing.
* For canola sown the year after the application of Sakura there may occasionally be some crop stunting but no yield reductions have been measured.
If total rainfall from application to the end of spring is less than 125 mm and isolated heavy summer and autumn falls and break rains are required to achieve the 250 mm interim rainfall, then extended re-cropping intervals for winter crops may apply.
Stubble or trash load Sakura should always be sprayed onto uncultivated soil, but make sure the stubble or trash load isn’t too great. If the ground cover is over 50%, weed control may be unsatisfactory.
For advice on crops and situations not listed above, contact Bayer CropScience.
Sakura is generally recognised as a very consistent and reliable product, but it cannot be taken for granted. Under some conditions, it may not produce the even and extended results you expect. Those conditions include:
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THOROUGH MIXING & DISPERSION Last season a small number of growers reported difficulties mixing Sakura or keeping it in suspension. While most mixing systems will produce good results, it is very important to:
• When heavy rain falls after application on sandy soils.
• Maintain constant agitation.
• When the seeding process leaves clods of treated earth on the surface. surface.
• Pour Sakura into the tank slowly and steadily rather than dumping it all in at once.
• When the soil is moist enough before application to allow germination, but not enough rain falls to incorporate Sakura within 7–10 days after sowing. You can download a range of fact sheets and videos on successful application of Sakura under varying conditions from sakuraherbicide.com.au
• Add Sakura first and make sure it is properly dispersed before adding any other products. • Take extra care when adding tank-mix partners containing paraquat or oxyfluorfen.
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Sakura is compatible with either one of these insecticides:
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Sakura is compatible with mixtures of glyphosate (Glyphosate CT, Roundup UltraMax, etc.) plus any one of the herbicides listed below:
You can download a fact sheet and video about the effective mixing and dispersion of Sakura from sakuraherbicide.com.au
? a r u k a S e s o o h c hy
• To manage or delay the onset of annual ryegrass resistance. • To achieve lasting residual control of annual phalaris, annual ryegrass, barley grass, silver grass and/or toad rush. • To help manage brome grass and/or wild oats. • To increase the likelihood of optimal yields. • To help minimise or simplify post-emergent applications. • To help extend the effectiveness of other products and manage the cost of your complete rotation.
Resistance is no illusion
So don’t wear out a single solution It’s all too easy to ignore increasing herbicide resistance until it’s too late. But resistance is real, and now affecting every cropping area in Australia. Using different modes of action in rotation is essential to help keep your existing herbicides viable longer. Visit our website to review your options.
The information and recommendations set out in this brochure are based on tests and data believed to be reliable at the time of publication. Results may vary, as the use and application of the products is beyond our control and may be subject to climatic, geographical or biological variables, and/or developed resistance. Any product referred to in this brochure must be used strictly as directed, and in accordance with all instructions appearing on the label for that product and in other applicable reference material. So far as it is lawfully able to do so, Bayer CropScience Pty Ltd accepts no liability or responsibility for loss or damage arising from failure to follow such directions and instructions.
Sakura® is a registered trademark of Kumiai Chemical Industry Co Ltd.
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