Accent™

Herbicide

Accent™ herbicide is tough on grassy weeds, yet has excellent crop safety on corn, including low heat unit hybrids and many seed corn and sweet corn varieties. It controls grassy weeds from the 1-leaf to 8-leaf stage of corn.

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Benefits

When it comes to controlling grassy weeds,  Accent herbicide offers everything a corn grower could want.

Excellent control

Accent herbicide is a Group 2 product that controls barnyard grass, fall panicum, green foxtail, long-spined sandbur, old witchgrass, quackgrass and yellow foxtail. It is also registered for control of wild oats in Western Canada.

Wide Window of Application

Apply Accent herbicide from the 1-leaf to 8-leaf stage of corn.

Crop safety and flexibility

Accent herbicide is safe on low heat unit hybrids, and many seed corn and sweet corn varieties. You also enjoy excellent re-cropping flexibility the following year.

Tough on weeds, safe on corn

Accent herbicide has excellent re-cropping flexibility.

Crops

Below lists the crops that Accent herbicide can be used on.

Corn

Corn, Field, For Forage, or Fodder (Zea mays ssp. mays)

Corn, Field, For Seed (Zea mays ssp. mays)

Corn, Field, For Silage (Zea mays ssp. mays)

Corn, Field, or Silage, Seed Treatment (Zea mays ssp. mays)

Corn, Field (Zea mays ssp. mays)

Corn, For Seed (Zea mays ssp. mays)

Corn, Sweet (Zea mays ssp. mays)

Corn, Sweet (Zea mays)

Grain Corn


Registrations

Now registered in the following provinces:

  • Registered
  • Unregistered

Technical Specifications

  • Application Method
    Aerial: Not registered for aerial application.
  • Approved Use

    Refer to the Accent® label for complete use instructions.
    Refer to the Controlled Weeds list for the full list of weeds.

    Crops: Field corn, sweet corn (approved varieties only).
    Weeds controlled

    • Barnyard grass
    • Fall panicum
    • Green foxtail
    • Old witchgrass, 1-6 leaves (up to early tillering to two leaf tillers)
    • Quackgrass, 3-6 leaves (10-20 cm in height – leaf extended)
    • Wild oats, 3-6 leaves
    • Yellow foxtail*, 1-6 leaves (up to early tillering to two leaf tillers)
  • Rates

    Apply one water soluble bag of Accent 75 DF herbicide per hectare as a broadcast spray, with a recommended surfactant to corn and weeds according to the following

    • Corn - 1-8 leaves (6 visible collars)
    • Annual Grasses - 1-6 leaves (up to early tillering, 2 - two leaf tillers)
    • Quackgrass - 3-6 leaves (10-20 cm in height - leaf extended)



    Add a registered nonionic surfactant (NIS) such as Agral® 90 or Ag-Surf ® at 2 L per 1000 L of spray solution (0.2% v/v).
    Available in a 10 acre (4 ha) pouch, containing 4 x 2.5 acre water soluble bags.

     

  • Application Timing
    • 1-leaf to 8-leaf stage of field and seed corn.
    • 1-leaf to 6-leaf stage of sweet corn.


    Quackgrass

    • Apply when the majority of the quackgrass shoots are actively growing and in the 3-leaf to 6-leaf stage.
    • Annual grasses not emerged at the time of application will not be controlled.

    Yellow foxtail

    • Apply with 28% liquid urea ammonium nitrate (UAN) at 2 L/ac (5 L/ha) plus a recommended non-ionic surfactant NIS).

    Long-spined sandbur

    • Apply Accent at the 3-leaf to 5-leaf stage.


    Rainfast: 2 Hours

     

  • Crop Rotation
    Four (4) months: Winter wheat.
    Ten (10) months: Spring barley, canola, soybeans, white beans, red clover, sorghum, field corn and alfalfa.
  • Mixing Instructions
    1. Fill clean tank about 1/4 full with fresh water.
    2. Turn on full agitation.
    3. Add the proper amount of Accent 75 DF Herbicide to the water in the spray tank with the agitator running. Maintain full agitation until water soluble bags are completely dissolved and product is fully dispersed. Continuous agitation is required to keep the product in suspension.
    4. After Accent 75 DF Herbicide has been well mixed and is in suspension add the proper amount of tank mix partner (if applicable) to the spray tank with the agitator running.
    5. After all products have been well mixed and are in suspension, add a recommended adjuvant (see “Spray Adjuvants” section for a complete list and use rate).
    6. If applicable, add 28% liquid urea ammonium nitrate (UAN).
    7. Fill the remainder of the spray tank.


    On repeat tank loads, ensure that the amount of spray solution left in the tank from the previous load is less than 10% of the volume about to be mixed.
    Agitation is required for uniform mixing and application. The optimum water volume for Accent 75 DF Herbicide application is 140-190 litres of water per hectare (minimum of 100 litres of water per hectare).
    Use a spray pressure of 175 - 275 kPa. Flat fan nozzles are recommended. Use 50 mesh filter screens or larger. Use spray preparation of Accent 75 DF Herbicide within 24 Hours or product degradation may occur resulting in a loss of weed control. Use vigorous agitation to thoroughly disperse spray mixtures that have been allowed to stand in the tank.

  • Herbicide Group

    Group 2

  • Tank Mixes
    • For effective one-pass control of grasses and broadlieaf weeds, apply with Banvel II (0.24 L/ac) or Pardner (0.40 L/ac).
    • These tank mixes  should be used with a non-ionic surfactant at 2 L per 1000 L of spray solution (0.2% v/v).

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Resources

Labels (PDF)
Accent Herbicide Label
Herbicide Accent étiquette principale

Safety Data Sheets (PDF)
Accent Herbicide SDS
Herbicide Accent fiche signalétique

View Additional Resource Material (PDF)
Horticulture Crop Protection Guide
East Field Guide
West Field Guide
Guide de Protection des Cultures
Guide De Champ Est

Before use and for complete product information, please read and follow label directions.