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Voraxor Complete

Group 14 and 15

The most consistent pre-seed burndown on the market, with outstanding residual activity for an effective one-two punch to start the season.1

  • Three actives in a high-performance herbicide: new Tirexor®, trusted Kixor® for burndown control and Zidua® SC for residual activity
  • Broad-spectrum control including activity on grassy weeds
  • Enhanced residual activity on key broadleaf weeds


1 BASF internal trials, 2020, n=10.

Labels & SDS



Applicable On

applicable on - corn

Field Corn

applicable on - lentils


applicable on - (dried field) peas

Peas (Dried Field)

applicable on - soybeans


Labels & SDS


Benefits of Voraxor Complete

  • Delivers burndown and residual control for a cleaner start to the season
  • Enhanced residual activity on volunteer canola, cleavers, kochia, wild mustard, foxtail and wild oats
  • Controls Group 2-, Group-4 and glyphosate-resistant biotypes of Canada fleabane and kochia
  • Application timing includes pre-seed and pre-emergent for early, effective weed control

Performance Trials


Residual weed control, 21 to 35 DAT

Field Comparison: Untreated + Solo Ultra Q

Burndown control in pulses (Voraxor only), 28 to 36 DAT

Chart: Wild Oats + Volunteer Barley

Voraxor Complete vs. competitors                                                                         

Field Comparison: Untreated + Solo Ultra Q

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

Chart: Wild Oats + Volunteer Barley

Product Info & Application Guide

Weed Management

Weed Class
Weeds Controlled
Broadleafs - 8 leaf (except where indicated)

Canada fleabane2
Cleavers3 (4 whorls)
Common waterhemp3 (prior to emergence)
Dandelion4 (15 cm height)
Eastern black nighsthade3
Kochia2,3 (15 cm height)
Lamb’s quarters3
Narrow-leaved hawk’s beard (8 cm height)
Redroot pigweed3
Round-leaved mallow
Volunteer canola3,6
Wild buckwheat3
Wild mustard3

Grasses - prior to emergence

Barnyard grass7
Downy brome7
Foxtail (green, yellow)7
Japanese brome7
Wild oats7


2 Includes biotypes resistant to Group 2, Group 4 and glyphosate.
3 Residual suppression (may be rate dependent).
4 Top growth burndown control only of perennial plants.
5 Burndown suppression only.
6 All herbicide-tolerant canola systems, including glyphosate-tolerant canola.
7 Residual suppression only.

Application Tips

Restricted entry interval - 12 hours.

  • Avoid application when heavy rain is forecast.
  • Do not apply during periods of dead calm or when winds are gusty.
  • Do not use on peat or muck soils with 7% or more organic matter content.


Pre-harvest interval

  • There is no required pre-harvest interval between a pre-seed or pre-emergent application and harvest.  

When to Apply

Crops Staging
Faba beans
Field corn
Peas (dried field)
pre-seed and pre-emergence

How Much to Apply

One case of Voraxor Complete will treat 40 to 80 acres, depending on the rate. One case will treat 40 to 80 acres for corn, peas (dried field) and soybeans. One case will treat 80 acres for lentils.

Crop Rates8
Chickpeas, faba beans, field corn, peas (dried field), soybeans

Voraxor: 19.5 to 40.5 ml/ac (48 to 100 ml/ha)

Zidua SC: 49 to 97 ml/ac (120 to 240 ml/ha)


Voraxor: 19.5 ml/ac (48 ml/ha)9

Zidua SC: 49 ml/ac (120 ml/ha)


All applications

Merge adjuvant 200 to 400 ml/ac (0.5 to 1 L/ha)


Water volume

Ground application only 20 to 40 L/ac (5 to 10 gal/ac)


Mixing order

  1. Use a 50 mesh filter screen and fill clean spray tank ½ full of water. Start agitation system.10
  2. Add Zidua SC followed by Voraxor followed by glyphosate; continue agitation.
  3. Add Merge. If excess foaming occurs, add an anti-foaming agent.
  4. Continue agitation while adding the remaining amount of water.
  5. Continue agitation or run the by-pass system. After any break in spraying, agitate thoroughly before spraying again.

Note: Always follow the WAMLEGS mixing procedure when tank mixing.


8 All types including Roundup Ready®.
9 Rate restrictions apply. Do not use rates of Voraxor higher than 19.5 ml/ac (48 ml/ha) or injury could result.
10 Do not over-agitate at any point in the process.

Tank Mixes

Herbicide for all crops: Glyphosate


Contact AgSolutions® Customer Care at 1-877-371-BASF (2273) or your local BASF AgSolutions Grower or Retail Representative for additional information on supported tank mixes.

Follow Crops

3 months after application11

Winter wheat


Following season11

Barley, canola, dry common beans, peas (dried field), field corn, flax, lentils, mustard,
soybean, wheat (spring, durum)


11 Following a spring application of Voraxor.