PerfectMatch® herbicide offers the trusted broadleaf weed control of WideMatch® herbicide — plus control of key grass species. With two modes of action, PerfectMatch provides powerful postemergence weed control and battles herbicide resistance in spring wheat and durum fields.
PerfectMatch® controls 86 broadleaf weeds and 13 grasses with a single herbicide product.
PerfectMatch has three active ingredients and two modes of action, Group 2 and Group 4 chemistries — deliver powerful postemergence weed control and battles resistance in spring wheat and durum fields.
PerfectMatch can manage larger hard-to-control weeds, including kochia up to 8 inches tall.
Wheat, Durum (Triticum durum)
Wheat, Spring Seeded (Triticum spp.)
Wheat, Winter (Triticum spp.)
This product delivers effective weed control against the following:
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Retailers saw PerfectMatch® herbicide outperform Huskie Complete herbicide in weed control.
Clopyralid; fluroxypyr 1-methylheptyl ester; pyroxsulam
Apply 1 pint per acre in spring to actively growing spring or winter wheat, including durum, and triticale from the three-leaf to jointing stage.
Grass control timing: Apply at the two-leaf to two-tiller stage of growth for best results.
Broadleaf control timing: Apply before broadleaf weeds are larger than 2 inches tall or 2 inches in diameter for best results.
Pyroxsulam is an ALS inhibitor mode of action (Group 2) herbicide. Fluroxypyr and clopyralid are growth regulator (Group 4) herbicides.
For postemergence control of annual grass and broadleaf weeds plus certain perennial broadleaf weeds in spring wheat (including durum), winter wheat and triticale.
For more information, download the full label for PerfectMatch® herbicide.
PerfectMatch Fact Sheet
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