Payload Herbicide stops kochia, pigweeds, Russian thistle and more than 100 other weeds. A preemergence, broadleaf and grass herbicide for bareground uses, Payload offers both pre- and postemergent activity and controls weeds resistant to triazine, ALS and synthetic auxin herbicides. It has a new active ingredient for IVM (flumioxazin), a wide application window and low use rates (ounces versus pounds). Professionals in IVM can rely on Payload for season-long weed control
GENERAL INFORMATION: Payload is a selective herbicide to maintain bare ground non-crop areas when used in accordance with this label. Payload is effective as a preemergence and/or postemergence herbicide for control of selected grass and broadleaf weeds.
Payload controls weeds by inhibiting protoporphyrinogen oxidase, an essential enzyme required by plants for chlorophyll biosynthesis. Seedling weeds are controlled preemergence when exposed to sunlight following contact with the soil applied herbicide. Preemergence weed control with Payload is most effective when applied to clean, weed free soil surfaces. Disturbing soil surfaces may reduce herbicide efficacy. Emerged weeds are controlled postemergence with Payload by inhibiting the same enzyme in plants with preemergence applications. The most effective postemergence weed control with Payload occurs when applied in combination with a surfactant to weeds less than 2 inches in height.
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