Yes, but the g/ac works out to the same.Its only 50g/L of pinoxaden compared to the regular 100 g/L of Axial 100 EC.
That is interesting. I usually spray it at 50-55 acres rate with infinity if not a lot of wild oats and seems to work very good even then as well.This reminds me of a side note I learned last year. I had a field of barley that appeared to be clean with no wild oats. We sprayed the field with broadleaf spray (Stellar) and the whole time spraying I noticed more and more wild oats. 5 days later we sprayed just Axial 100EC on 60 acres of the field. I phoned the Syngenta rep to talk about timing/staging and explained the situation. She explained to me that if you spray Axial on its own with no other chemical in the tank you can safely spray 60 ac/case with full control. She told me that any other chemical mixed with Axial is antagonistic and reduces the control making it 40 ac/case.
Interesting anyway because Axial is not cheap. At swathing time you could see the line where we sprayed Axial and where we didn't = Full control. That is 50% more acres covered for the same cost but its an entirely separate pass.
Oops. I forgot about the adjuvant being part of the mix.Yes, but the g/ac works out to the same.
Planning on Axial Extreme + Curtail M on some barley ground if the rain ever quits.
I also tried pricing it as Momentum (CPS) + MCPA + Axial 100(or Axial BIA). It was a bit cheaper ($1/ac) but local CPS is sold out of Momentum and can't get any more.