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Group 14


Next level pre-seed burndown and residual control of weeds in pulses.

  • Voraxor® herbicide delivers enhanced pre-seed burndown with residual suppression of broadleaf weeds at higher labeled rates in peas, lentils, corn, soybeans, wheat and barley and includes the innovative new active Tirexor®.

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Applicable On


Field Corn




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Benefits of Voraxor

  • Increased activity on most broadleaf weeds for improved burndown.
  • Enhanced residual suppression, including cleavers, kochia and wild mustard.
  • Includes innovative new Group 14 active ingredient Tirexor.

Performance Trials


Compare the performance

Compare the performance

Raise the bar on burndown in pulses

Raise the bar on burndown in pulses

Better broadleaf weed control.

Better broadleaf weed control

Improved residual spectrum.

Improved residual spectrum

Product Info & Application Guide

Weed Management

Weed Class

List of Weeds

Broadleafs1 8-leaf (except where indicated)

Canada fleabane
Cleavers2 (4-whorl stage)
Kochia2 (15 cm)
Lamb’s quarters2
Narrow-leaved hawk’s beard (8 cm)
Redroot pigweed2
Round-leaved mallow
Shepherd’s purse3
Volunteer canola2,4
Wild buckwheat2
Wild mustard2



1 Voraxor applied at 19.5 – 29 ml/ac (48 – 72 ml/ha) provides rapid burndown control of all weeds listed below.
2 Apply Voraxor at a rate of 41.5 – 57 ml/ac (100 – 140 ml/ha) for suppression of secondary flushes.
3 Suppression only.
4 All types including Roundup Ready®.

Application Tips

Restricted entry interval –12 hours.
  • Avoid application when heavy rain is forecasted.
  • Do not apply during periods of dead calm or when winds are gusty.
  • Should the product freeze, thaw at room temperature and agitate well before use.

When to Apply

Crops  Staging 



Faba beans

Field Corn


Peas (dried field)


Wheat (incl. durum, spring and winter)

pre-seed and pre-emergence
Chemfallow Apply to actively growing weeds less than 15 cm in height.

How Much to Apply

One case of Voraxor herbicide will treat 30 to 80 acres, depending on rate. One case will treat 80 acres for burndown and 30 to 40 acres for residual control.


19.5 ml/ac
(48 ml/ha)5

Field corn and soybeans

19.5 – 40.5 ml/ac
(48 – 100 ml/ha)6

Wheat (incl. durum, spring and winter), peas, chickpeas, faba beans and barley

19.5 – 58 ml/ac
(48 – 144 ml/ha)


19.5 – 29 ml/ac
(48 – 72 ml/ha)


5 Rate restrictions apply. Do not use rate higher than 19.5 ml/ac (48 ml/ha) or injury could result.

6 Rate restrictions apply. Do not use higher than 40.5 ml/ac (100 ml/ha) or injury could result. 


All applications

Merge adjuvant

200 – 400 ml/ac
(0.5 – 1 L/ha)


Water volume

Ground application only

20 – 40 L/ha
(5 to 10 gal/ac)


Mixing order

  1. Thoroughly clean the sprayer prior to use by flushing the system with water containing detergent. Refer to previously applied product labels for specific cleaning instructions.
  2. Fill the clean spray tank 1/2 full with clean water. Start the agitation system. Agitation should be running during the entire mixing procedure.
  3. Add the correct amount of Voraxor and continue to agitate until thoroughly mixed.
  4. Prior to adding glyphosate, add the correct amount of herbicide tank mix partner if required.
  5. Add in glyphosate.
  6. Add the correct amount of Merge adjuvant.
  7. Continue agitation while filling the remainder of the tank with water necessary to fill the spray tank.
  8. Maintain continuous and constant agitation throughout application until spraying is complete. After any break in spraying, agitate thoroughly before spraying again.
  9. Thoroughly clean the sprayer after use by flushing the system with clean water and detergent.

Tank Mixes

Herbicide for all crops


Herbicide for lentils, field corn, soybeans and peas (dried field), chickpeas and faba beans

Zidua® SC herbicide

Follow Crops

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

3 months after application7
Winter wheat

Plant back crops8
Barley, chickpeas, faba beans, field corn, dry field peas, lentils, soybeans, wheat (spring, winter, durum) 

Following season7
Barley, canola, dry common beans, dry field peas, flax, field corn, lentils, mustard, soybean, wheat (spring, durum) 


7 Following a spring application of Voraxor.
8 To be planted in the same season in case of crop failure. Rate restrictions apply. Lentils, field corn and soybeans can only be grown as plant back crops provided that a maximum product rate of 19.5 ml/ac (48 ml/ha) for lentils and 40.5 ml/ac (100 ml/ha) for field corn and soybeans was applied in the previous crop. A second application of Voraxor cannot be made in the rescue crop. Crops can also be planted in the next season following chemfallow treatment applied after August 1.