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Weed Control Challenge

Glyphosate-resistant kochia has been confirmed in Western Canada.This highly competitive weed is hard to kill, and can take over railways andutility grounds. Kochia is a tumbleweed that’s able to travel long distances,dispersing seeds along the way. If you already have glyphosate-resistant kochia in your area, you need an immediate change to your weed management strategy. And if it hasn’t hit your area, it’s time to introduce new modes of action as part of a proactive resistance management plan.

Nufarm Solution

Payload® herbicide is now registered to control kochia, and other tough-to-control weeds. Payload contains unique Group 14 chemistry, flumioxazin, to deliver season long, broad-spectrum weed control and even halts herbicide-resistant weeds. Keep railways and utility grounds manageable and weed free with Payload.

Benefits of Payload

  • Controls a wide spectrum of broadleaf weeds and grasses, including kochia and Canada fleabane
  • Offers long-lasting residual control
  • Water dispersible granule makes it easy to use and store
  • Stays where it is sprayed (no leaching)
  • New mode of action for resistance management
  • Active ingredient:
    Group 14 (flumioxazin)
  • 280-420 g/ha
    (depending on soil type)

Use patterns

Payload delivers non-selective vegetation control to maintain bare ground, non-crop areas free of weeds, including

  • Bare ground to railroads, under guard rails and above-ground pipelines
  • Bare ground to parking and storage areas, plant sites, substations, plumbing stations and oil yards
  • Bare ground to airports, brickyards, industrial plant sites and lumber yards
  • Bare ground around farm buildings and along fence rows
  • Road surfaces and gravel shoulders

Weeds controlled

  • Canada fleabane
  • Green pigweed
  • Common ragweed
  • Hairy nightshade
  • Dandelion
  • Kochia
  • Eastern black nightshade
  • Lamb’s-quarters
  • Green foxtail
  • Redroot pigweed



Application timing

  • Apply Payload before weeds emerge
  • Apply Payload with glyphosate for control of emerged weeds
  • About 13 mm (0.5 in.) or rain or irrigation is required to activate Payload
  • Dry weather following application may reduce effectiveness and length of control
  • Maximum of two applications per season – no time interval required between applications
  • Maximum rate of 420 g/ha per application