Use Broadstrike™ RC in conventional, conservation tillage or no-till corn and soybean production systems to control a wide range of broadleaf weeds.
Broadstrike RC herbicide controls a wide range of broadleaf weeds and has the ability to tank mix with glyphosate.
Below lists the crops that Broadstrike RC herbicide can be used on.
Corn, Field (Zea mays ssp. mays)
Soybean (Glycine max)
Field corn (25 g/ac):
1Populations resistant to Group 2 herbicides exist in certain areas of Eastern Canada. Broadstrike RC alone may not control weed biotypes resistant to Group 2 herbicides.
3If weed pressure in soybeans is heavy, tank mix with another product that provides a different mode of action
4Including traizine-tolerant biotypes
Refer to the Broadstrike™ RC herbicide label for complete use instructions.
Now registered in the following provinces:
Aerial: Not registered for aerial application.
Case: 12 x 0.715 kg bottles
One jug treats 20 acres of soybeans or 28 acres of corn.
Rate based on crop. See label for details.
Broadstrike RC is packaged in a 715 gram bottle. Each case contains 12 bottles as well as five graduated sampling devices clearly identifying use rates for either corn or soybeans.
Broadstrike RC can be applied at many cropping stages — from pre-plant incorporated through to late post applications in corn. Please consult the label for additional detail for your specific crop.
Broadstrike RC can be applied at the following times:
4 months: winter wheat
10 months: spring wheat, spring barley, oats, soybeans, common beans (dry, snap), lima beans, processing peas, field corn and seed corn
Rotational crop restrictions: Following an application of Broadstrike RC in a dry year, the risk of injury to rotational crops may increase in light-textured soils containing less than 2% organic matter due to a higher bioavailability of herbicide residues for plant uptake
Rainfast: 2 hours
Apply Broadstrike RC™ in conventional, conservation tillage or no-till corn, and soybean production systems.
Field corn: Do not apply to areas where the soil pH is greater than 7.8 or where the soil organic matter is less than 2.0%.
Soybeans: Do not apply to areas where the soil pH is greater than 7.8 and organic matter is less than 2% (both apply) as this may result in decreased crop tolerance.
Before use and for complete product information, please read and follow label directions.