GoldSky® Herbicide

Tough-to-control grasses like wild oats and foxtails can quickly damage spring wheat stands and yields. Combined populations of grass and broadleaf weeds pose an even bigger challenge to your wheat crop.

GoldSky® herbicide from Dow AgroSciences offers cross-spectrum control of both grasses and broadleaf weeds in a single-product solution. GoldSky pairs this outstanding weed control with excellent crop safety, rotational freedom and a wide application window — making GoldSky a smart, efficient, cost-effective choice to protect yield potential.
Benefits
  • Excellent control of the toughest grass weeds in spring wheat, such as wild oats (including ACCase-resistant biotypes) and yellow foxtail — plus strong suppression of green foxtail
  • Control of difficult broadleaf weeds, such as kochia, wild mustard, pigweed, lambsquarters, wild buckwheat and Russian thistle
  • Rotational flexibility of nine months to barley, canola, soybeans, field corn, peas, lentils, flax, sugarbeets, potatoes or sunflowers for the next growing season (crop rotation intervals may vary by geography — see product label for specific crop rotation intervals in Idaho, Oregon and Washington)
  • Wide application window for greater flexibility in managing resources — apply from three-leaf to jointing stage
  • Crop safety to spring wheat and durum
  • Control both grasses and broadleaf weeds with one convenient product
Crops
  • Triticale
  • Wheat
  • Wheat, Durum
  • Wheat, Spring Seeded
  • Wheat, Winter
  • Weeds
    • Barley, Foxtail (Hordeum jubatum)
    • Barnyardgrass/Watergrass (Echinochloa crus-galli)
    • Bedstraw, Catchweed (Galium aparine)
    • Blackgrass (Alopecurus myosuroides)
    • Bluegrass, Bulbous (Poa bulbosa)
    • Brome, Downy (Bromus tectorum)
    • Brome, Japanese (Bromus japonicus)
    • Brome, Ripgut (Bromus diandrus (B. rigidus))
    • Buckwheat, Wild (Polygonum convolvulus)
    • Canarygrass, Hood (Phalaris paradoxa)
    • Canarygrass, Littleseed (Phalaris minor)
    • Canola, Volunteer (Rapistrum rugosum)
    • Chamomile, Mayweed (Anthemis cotula)
    • Cheat /Cheatgrass (Bromus secalinus)
    • Chess, Hairy (Bromus commutatus)
    • Chickweed, Common (Stellaria media)
    • Chickweed, Mouseear (Cerastium fontanum ssp. Vulgare)
    • Cleaver (Galium aparine)
    • Darnel, Persian (Lolium persicum)
    • Falseflax, Smallseed (Camelina microcarpa)
    • Fescue, Rattail (Vulpia myuros (Fescue myuros))
    • Flixweed (Descurainia sophia)
    • Foxtail, Green (Setaria viridis)
    • Foxtail, Yellow pumila (Setaria pumila)
    • Gromwell, Corn (Buglossoides arvensis)
    • Hempnettle, Common (Galeopsis tetrahit)
    • Henbit (Lamium amplexicaule)
    • Kochia (Kochia scoparia)
    • Lambsquarters, Common (Chenopodium album)
    • Lettuce, Prickly/China (Lactuca serriola (L. scariola))
    • Mallow, Common (Malva neglecta)
    • Mustard, Black (Brassica nigra)
    • Mustard, Blue/Purple (Chorispora tenella)
    • Mustard, Tumble (Sisymbrium altissimum)
    • Mustard, Wild (Brassica kaber (Sinapis arvensis))
    • Mustard, Wormseed (Erysimum cheiranthoides)
    • Oat, Wild (Avena fatua)
    • Pennycress, Field (Thlaspi arvense)
    • Pigweed, Redroot (Amaranthus retroflexus)
    • Quackgrass (Elytrigia repens (Agropyron repens))
    • Rescuegrass /Rescue Brome (Bromus catharticus (B. willdenowii))
    • Ryegrass, Italian (Lolium perenne)
    • Shepherd's-purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris)
    • Smartweed, Annual (Polygonum spp.)
    • Speedwell, Field (Veronica agrestis)
    • Speedwell, Ivyleaf (Veronica hederifolia)
    • Sunflower, Common/Wild (Helianthus annuus)
    • Tansymustard, Pinnate (Descurainia pinnata)
    • Thistle, Russian (Salsola tragus)
    • Violet, Field (Viola arvensis)
    • Wallflower, Bushy (Erysimum repandum)
    • Windgrass (Apera spica-venti)
    State Registrations
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    Available in State
    • Iowa
    • Idaho
    • Michigan
    • Minnesota
    • Montana
    • North Dakota
    • Nevada
    • Oregon
    • South Dakota
    • Utah
    • Washington
    • Wisconsin
    • Wyoming
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