The convenient and easy-to-use liquid formulation of Heat® LQ provides faster fill-up times and improves tank clean out. Very rainfast and quickly absorbed, Heat LQ delivers complete weed control even under cool conditions. Heat LQ can be tank-mixed with glyphosate and applied pre-seed, pre-emergence or in chemfallow applications.
Heat LQ herbicide complements and improves your glyphosate application with broadleaf weed control in as few as 3 to 5 days (depending on growing conditions). The innovative Group 14 chemistry provides an alternative mode of action that helps delay the onset of resistance and manages Group 2 and glyphosate resistant weeds.
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Watch this video to learn more about the benefits of Heat LQ for pre-seed and pre-emergence burndown and gain useful application tips for cereals and pulses. Then find out how the latest BASF research has shown that Heat LQ provides effective weed control even under cool temperatures – perfect for the unpredictable spring conditions of Western Canada.Watch the video
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Heat LQ is applied pre-seed or pre-emergent for weed control in cereals and pulse crops. It can also be used for chemfallow applications on actively growing weeds.
Barley, Tame oats, Wheat (spring, winter, durum), Canary seed and Corn
Chickpeas (kabuli), Field peas, Lentils
In addition to the weeds controlled on the glyphosate label, Heat LQ provides excellent control of the following weeds up to the 8-leaf stage, except where indicated.
Discover how Heat LQ provides a faster burndown for a cleaner start in cereal crops and pulses.Heat LQ vs competitors
See Heat LQ perform against the competition in a time-lapse video showing control of Group 2-resistant redroot pigweed, kochia and cleavers.Heat LQ vs glyphosate
See Kixor control Roundup Ready canola, wild buckwheat and kochia in this time-lapse video comparing it against glyphosate only.
See how Heat LQ herbicide performs when applied with glyphosate on broadleaf weeds in cool conditions.
Watch this video to see how Heat LQ provides effective weed control even under cold conditions* to help you get your crops off to a clean start.
*Temperatures ranging between 8-11 degrees CelsiusWatch the video
It’s important to have another mode of action on our farm when we’re spraying, and Heat fits that really well.
– Brian Andrew (Craven, SK)
I would recommend Heat LQ after using it just one year. It was easy to handle and it worked really well.
– Ken Cubbon (North Battleford, SK)
I would definitely recommend Heat LQ to anyone to try next year.
– Dennis Connor (Beechy, SK)
Based on what we’ve seen this year, I would definitely recommend Heat LQ. It’s done an excellent job on our farm.
– Dennis Connor (Beechy, SK)
The PeasPlus 2-pass solution is a recommendation specifically designed to keep peas clear during the critical weed-free period. This manages weed competition, allowing the crop to maintain its potential.
It starts with a Heat LQ herbicide high-rate application at pre-seed/pre-emergence, then follows up with Viper ADV herbicide in-crop from the 3rd to 6th node in peas.
The result is management of weeds from crop emergence, through the critical weed-free period right through to canopy closure. Target weeds include kochia, cleavers, redroot pigweed, stinkweed, volunteer canola, wild buckwheat and wild mustard, all of which are supported by BASF.
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The ultimate burndown in pre‑seed or pre‑emergence.
Proven, broad-spectrum weed control in field peas.
Watch this timelapse video to see how PeasPlus compares to the leading, competitive 2-pass solution. Witness the quick burndown and residual activity delivered by Heat LQ, followed by effective in-crop control by Viper ADV.Watch the video
Take a look at how Heat LQ at 30 acres per case and Heat LQ followed by Viper ADV perform in managing key tough weeds.
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