How to stop resistant ryegrass becoming a monster. Aramo’s® powerful, new generation DIM molecule is making resistant ryegrass very, very scared. In the on going battle against resistant ryegrass, more and more agronomists and farmers are recognising the powerful advantages of the 2nd generation DIM chemistry contained in Aramo®. In fact, Aramo contains the most advanced chemistry within the selective grass herbicide category. Research has shown that resistance can vary between the FOP and DIM members of Group A herbicides. Populations resistant to FOP herbicides may still be susceptible to DIMs. Trials conducted against ryegrass populations displaying resistance to FOPs have shown that, in many cases Aramo is able to provide a high level of control over these populations. Flexibility - a monster advantage. Because Aramo has a wide window of application, and can be applied to weeds from 2 leaf to full tillered, it offers great flexibility when cropping large areas. As you would expect, best results will be achieved when the application is to smaller weeds i.e 2-3 leaf. Rapid brownout stops situations turning ugly. It's reassuring to know that Aramo is rapidly translocated throughout the plant down into the roots affecting the young, actively growing tissue first. This ensures rapid brownout of competitive weeds and is the visible proof you need to know the product is performing to expectations. Effective on all these horrors... Help prevent all these annual weeds and problem grasses raising their horrible heads. Aramo controls annual ryegrass, barley grass, brome grass, phalaris, wild oats, volunteer wheat, volunteer barley, volunteer triticale and volunteer oats. ...and in all these crops. Aramo should be your first choice for use in all these crops, including: Canola, Field Peas, Subclover, Chickpeas, Lentils, Vetch, Faba beans and Lupins National ARG resistance testing - CSU Wagga 1991 - 2004 80 National ARG resistance testing - CSU Wagga 1991 - 2004 70 80 60 70 No Resistance 50 Developing 60 40 Resistance No Resistance 50 Developing 30 40 Resistance 20 30 10 20 0 FOP’s DIM’s 10 2953 popluations tested 3012 popluations tested 0 for FOP resistance for DIM resistance FOP’s DIM’s 2953 popluations tested 3012 popluations tested for FOP resistance for DIM resistance Why more and more farmers are turning to Dim Chemistry to manage ryegrass resistance. A comprehensive 14-year National study by Charles Sturt University at Wagga in NSW, has shown that annual ryegrass populations are far less resistant to DIM chemistry, compared with levels of resistance shown to FOP chemistry. The latest chemistry within this DIM’s category is Aramo, the only second generation DIM on the market today! FOP Resistant ARG - % Control 100 FOP Resistant ARG - % Control Aramo leads the field in controlling ryegrass. % reduction in spikes % reduction in spikes 100 80 80 60 Recent research in to percentage control of FOP resistant annual ryegrass shows that Aramo, when applied at 300ml's, results in market leading control of ryegrass spikes. 60 40 40 20 20 0 0 Aramo 300ml Aramo 300ml TM Motsa 300ml ®1 ®2 ®3 Verdict Targa Correct 520 Forte 450ml TM ®1 ®2 100ml 95ml Motsa Verdict Targa Correct®3 300ml 520 Forte 450ml 100ml 95ml Final ryegrass control - 10 trials in WA, SA, Vic, 2004 80 Final ryegrass control - 10 trials in WA, SA, Vic, 2004 % 20 0 Aramo 300ml TM Motsa 300ml ®1 Verdict 520 100ml ®2 Targa Forte 95ml ®3 Correct 450ml Why second generation Dim Chemistry actually makes cents! It Final ryegrass control - 10 trials in WA, SA, Vic, 2004 80 % reduction in spikes 70 60 50 So we compared Aramo with market leader Select, with research across Western Australia, South Australia and Victoria, which showed that Aramo provides superior control of ryegrass. It's easy to make sense of that! 40 30 20 10 0 is widely recognised that controlling ryegrass early in the crop establishment phase can have a big impact on resultant yield and that means more dollars and cents in your back pocket. Select®4 250 Aramo 300 Average 281 spikes/m2 in UTC Why take the risk and experiment with anything else? When Aramo has the full technical support of Nufarm, why experiment with less advanced chemistry? Add the outstanding results from extensive field trials conducted under Australian growing conditions and the endorsement of leading agronomists and the problem of resistant ryegrass suddenly becomes far less of a nightmare. “The thing that stood out was Aramo's effect on ryegrass, but we've also had reports that it gives quicker brownout which farmers like to see.” Iain Tod Kerin Agencies Clare, South Australia “Most of what I saw was on wild oats and volunteer cereals and it absolutely flattened them at fairly reasonable rates.” David Sides MIA Rural Services Griffith, NSW For more information contact your Nufarm Regional Office: Northern Region QLD/NSW (07) 3893 8777. Southern Region VIC 1800 033 038 SA (08) 8444 6300. Western Region WA (08) 9411 4000. This publication is a guide only and no substitute for professional or expert advice. The product label should be consulted before use of any of the products referred to in this publication.Nufarm Australia Limited shall not be liable for any results, loss, or damage whatsoever, whether consequential or otherwise through the use or application of products and/or materials referred to herein. TM Trademark of Arvesta Corporation ® Aramo is a registered trademark of BASF, used under licence by Nufarm Australia Ltd ®1 Registered Trademark of Dow AgroSciences Ltd. ®2 Registered Trademark of Nissan Chemical Industries Ltd. ®3 Registered Trademark of Bayer Ltd. ®4 Registered Trademark of Arysta AgroSciences Ltd. © Copyright 2005. Nufarm Australia Limited A.C.N. 004 377 780 Control the next generation of ryegrass. Fast.
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