Salute™

The only Clearfield® canola solution for high-performance broadspectrum control of grasses, annual and perennial broadleaf weeds.

WHY USE SALUTE™?

  • First class weed control. Maximize your Clearfield canola production with first class in-crop weed control – including season long control of perennial weeds.
  • Grasses plus annual and perennial broadleaf weeds. The most effective thistle control available, right down to the roots; plus excellent control of wild oats, wild buckwheat, cleavers, lamb’s-quarters and more.
  • Flexible, one-pass weed control. A wide application window for reliable, one-pass weed control.
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Weeds

Weeds controlled

  • Barnyard grass
  • Green foxtail
  • Spring germinating Japanese brome grass
  • Wild oats
  • Persian darnel
  • Volunteer canary seed
  • Volunteer durum wheat
  • Volunteer barley
  • Volunteer tame oats
  • Volunteer spring wheat4

Broadleaf

  • Chickweed
  • Storks bill
  • Annual sow thistle1
  • Cleavers3
  • Cow cockle
  • Green smartweed
  • Hemp-nettle
  • Lamb’s-quarters
  • Redroot pigweed
  • Round-leaved mallow
  • Russian thistle
  • Shepherd’s purse
  • Stinkweed
  • Wild buckwheat
  • Wild mustard
  • Volunteer tame mustard
  • Volunteer canola2.5

Perennial broadleaf

  • Canada thistle1
  • Perennial sow thistle1

1 Top growth control
2 Cotyledon to 6 leaf
3 Not Group 2 resistant biotypes
4 Non-imazamox tolerant wheat
5 Non-Clearfield canola varieties only

Crops & Crop Rotation

Crops

  • Clearfield Canola

Rates

  • 40 ac./case
  • Salute A: 56g/acre -plus- Salute B: 245 ml/acre-plus- Merge: 0.5% v/v

When to Apply

Crop Stage

  • 2 to 6 leaf
  • Not registered for use in the Peace River Region of AB and BC

Weed Stage

  • 2 to true leaf stage and 2 tillers (annual grases), 2 to 4 leaf (broadleaf weeds), rosette prior to top bolting (perennial weeds)

Rainfast

3 hours

Performance Inquiry Guidelines

Dow AgroSciences encourages contact within the timelines listed for proper field assessments to resolve and rectify the call.

After these deadlines, it is difficult to determine the circumstances leading to non-performance.


  Days After Use
Seed Within 21 days (after crop emergence)
Pre-emergent herbicides Within 21 days (after crop emergence)
Post emergent herbicides Within 21 days after treatment
Pre-seed herbicides Within 21 days after treatment
Pre-harvest or post harvest Within 21 days after seeding – the following spring
Fallow applications Within 21 days after treatment
Fungicides 7 days after treatment
Insecticides 7 days after treatment

* Check Strips: while not essential, a check strip provides a good indication of product performance.