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Odyssey Ultra Q

Group 2 & 1

 

Multiple modes of action for proven, early-season control of tough grassy and broadleaf weeds.

  • Early post-emergence treatment for control, including multiple flushing weeds
  • Wide-spectrum control of key grassy weeds including wild oats, volunteer cereals and other grassy weeds
  • Wide application window of up to 6-leaf on grassy weeds and up to 4-leaf on broadleaf weeds
  • Management of resistant grassy weeds with multiple modes of action

Labels & SDS

4 AVAILABLE

  

Applicable On

Clearfield lentils

Field Peas

Soybeans

Labels & SDS

Additional Resources

Benefits of Odyssey Ultra Q

Odyssey Ultra NXT herbicide tank mix is a multiple-mode-of-action, selective herbicide that can be applied as an early post-emergence treatment in field peas, Clearfield® lentils, faba beans and soybeans. It provides proven control of key grassy weeds including wild oats, volunteer cereals and other grassy weeds.

Performance Trials

 

Grassy weed control 21 days after application in peas

Grassy weed control 21 days after application in peas

Weed control of wild oats and volunteer cereals in peas and lentils, 42 days after application

Weed control of wild oats and volunteer cereals in peas and lentils, 42 days after application

Product Info & Application Guide

Weed Management

Weed Class List of Weeds
Broadleafs - cotyledon to 4 leaf Chickweed
Cleavers
Flixweed
Green smartweed
Hemp-nettle2
Lamb’s quarters3
Redroot pigweed
Russian thistle2
Shepherd’s-purse
Stinkweed
Stork’s-bill
Volunteer canola
Volunteer tame mustard
Wild buckwheat1
Wild mustard
Grasses - 1 to 6 true leaf stage or up to 2 tillers (except where indicated)

Barnyard grass
Green foxtail (incl. Group 1- or 2-resistant)4
Persian darnel
Volunteer barley
Volunteer corn
Volunteer tame oats
Volunteer and durum wheat (incl. Clearfield wheat)
Wild oats (incl. Group 1- or 2-resistant)4
Yellow foxtail 

 

1 Registered for use only in the Prairie Provinces.
2 Suppression in field peas and Clearfield lentils.
3 Suppression.
4 Odyssey Ultra Q herbicide tank-mix will not control weed biotypes that have multiple-resistance to both Group 1 and Group 2 herbicides.

Application Tips

Rainfastness – 3 hours.

Apply in warm weather to weeds that are actively growing.
Avoid applying immediately after or preceding a frost or when temperature is under 5°C.

 

Pre-harvest interval

60 days after application for Clearfield lentils and field peas.**
80 days after application for faba beans.
85 days after application for soybeans.*

 

*Do not graze treated canola or soybeans or cut for hay; sufficient data is not available to support these uses.
**Field peas may be fed to livestock 30 days after application.

When to Apply

Crop Staging
Clearfield lentils 1 to 9 node
Faba beans 1 to 6 leaf
Field peas 1 to 6 true leaf
Soybeans 1 to 3 true leaf

 

NOTE: Odyssey Ultra NXT is registered for use only in the Prairie Provinces.

How Much to Apply

Odyssey Ultra NXT is a tank mix that contains components: Odyssey Ultra (a) and Odyssey Ultra (b).

 

One case will treat 40 acres

Odyssey Ultra NXT herbicide (a)

17 g/ac (43 g/ha)

Odyssey Ultra NXT herbicide (b)

154 ml/ac (380 ml/ha)*

Merge® adjuvant**

0.5% v/v (e.g. 500 ml per 100 L spray solution)

 

Water volume

Ground application only

20 - 40 L/ac (5 - 10 gal/ac)

 

*For control of fall emerged Japanese brome grass, add Poast® Ultra herbicide (at 90 ml/ha) to the tank mix. See label for details.
**Merge adjuvant is required and is included with Odyssey Ultra NXT in the case, and will treat 40 acres at the 10 gal/ac water volume rate.

 

Mixing order

  1. Start with a clean sprayer. Fill the spray tank with 3/4 of the required amount of clean water, start agitation and continue agitation throughout the entire mixing and spraying procedure.
  2. Add the required amount of Odyssey Ultra NXT (a) and continue to agitate until fully dissolved.
  3. Add the required amount of Odyssey Ultra NXT (b) while agitating the spray solution. If required, add the necessary amount of Poast Ultra Liquid Emulsifiable herbicide.
  4. After the herbicide is dissolved, continue agitation and add the required amount of Merge adjuvant. If excess foaming occurs, a silicone anti-foaming agent may be added (e.g. Halt®).
  5. Complete filling the tank to the desired level with water. If agitation is stopped for more than 5 minutes, re-suspend spray solution by full agitation prior to commencing spraying again.
  6. Between loads of tank mix, check in-line and nozzle screens and rinse and clean if necessary.
  7. Upon completion of spraying, thoroughly flush tank, boom, hoses and in-line and nozzle screens with clean water to avoid possible injury to other crops.

Follow Crops

Follow Crops5

 

1 year after application

Chickpeas, Clearfield canola, field corn, field peas, lentils (incl. Clearfield lentils), soybeans, spring barley, spring wheat, tame oats6

 

2 years after application

Canola7, canary seed, durum wheat, flax, sunflowers

 

5 Refer to label for additional follow crop restrictions. Contact your BASF Sales Representative for details on any crops not listed here.
6 If drought conditions are experienced between June 1 and September 1 in the year of application, delay planting of tame oats by an additional year.
7 If drought conditions are experienced between June 1 and September 1 in the year of application or between June 1 and September 1 in the year following application, delay planting of canola (non-Clearfield) by an additional year. 

    

FAQ

Is an application of Pursuit® herbicide different than Viper® ADV or Odyssey® NXT in field peas?

All three use Group 2 chemistries, although their active ingredients are different. The active ingredient in Pursuit is imazethapyr. Odyssey NXT combines imazethapyr and imazamox, which complement each other. And Viper ADV contains imazamox and bentazon, a Group 6 active ingredient that adds a second mode of action and a management tool against resistant weeds.

 

If you have any questions, please contact your BASF Grower Representative or call AgSolutions® Customer Care at 1 877 371 BASF (2273). 

Can I apply Pursuit® in Clearfield lentils and still comply with the process? Will I be eligible for BASF Ag Rewards?

  • Pursuit herbicide is not registered for use on Clearfield lentils.
  • Lentil growers who use any non registered herbicide - even in a tank mix - will not be in compliance with the Clearfield Commitment process and therefore will be ineligible for related rewards.
  • Registered herbicides are BASF products which include Solo®, Solo Ultra, Odyssey® and Odyssey Ultra NXT.

Can you apply Viper® ADV or Odyssey® Ultra NXT herbicides past the 6th node stage?

No. Going past the 6th-node stage in field peas with any IMI-based herbicide will come with an increased risk of yellow flash, stunting, yield loss and poor weed control.

 

If you have any questions, please contact your BASF Grower Representative or call AgSolutions® Customer Care at 1 877 371 BASF (2273).