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Correct Perfectmatch Rotation Restrictions (05/19/16)

Please note the following corrections for PerfectMatch in Table Y15, Crop Rotation Restrictions for North Dakota, Page 102 of the NDSU Weed Control Guide:

Correct Perfectmatch Rotation Restrictions

Please note the following corrections for PerfectMatch in Table Y15, Crop Rotation Restrictions for North Dakota, Page 102 of the NDSU Weed Control Guide:

PerfectMatch rotation to:

  • Canola = 9 months
  • Field Pea = 10.5 months
  • Flax = 9 months
  • Safflower = 10.5 months
  • Sugar beet = 9 months

Also note, the 18 month rotational interval under “edible legume” refers to lentil.

PerfectMatch on pages 8 & 12 of the weed control guide state that registration is pending. UPDATE: federal and state registration has been approved. Weeds controlled include the grasses listed as well as broadleaf weeds such as kochia, wild buckwheat, mustards, Canada thistle, etc. See label for full list of weeds controlled and suppressed.

Rich Zollinger

Extension Weed Specialist

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