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Outlook herbicide provides consistent control of annual grasses, nightshade and pigweed in potatoes.

  • Consistent performance, even under drier conditions
  • Pre-emergent control of annual grasses, nightshade & pigweed, including triazine & Group 2 resistant biotypes
  • Excellent crop safety

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Weed Management

Weed Class List of Weeds
Annual Grasses Foxtail – green, yellow and giant
Fall panicum
Crabgrass – smooth and large
Old witchgrass
Barnyard grass
Fall panicum
Broadleaf Weeds (Including Groups 2 and 5 insensitive biotypes)
Redroot pigweed (Use higher rate of .39L/ac)
Eastern Black Nightshade (Use higher rate of .39L/ac)
Nutsedge – yellow (Suppression only)

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How it Works

  • Outlook is a root and shoot growth inhibitor that controls susceptible germinating weed seedlings before—or soon after—they emerge from the soil.
  • Outlook contains the active Dimethenamid-P (Group 15).
  • Labeled crops:
    • Potatoes

When to Apply

  • Apply Outlook as a pre-emergent herbicide before weeds emerge and after potatoes are planted.
  • DO NOT apply Outlook before planting or onto emerged potatoes as injury may result.

How Much to Apply

Application rate: 0.31 - 0.39 L/ac (1 case treats 46 – 58 acres)

Soil Texture <3% SOM 3-6% SOM 7-10% SOM
Coarse 0.31 0.31 0.35
Medium 0.31 0.35 0.39
Fine 0.35 0.35 0.39

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