Light 'em Up

Resistant or not, powerful Infinity® herbicide provides you with the ability to take out the toughest broadleaf weeds in your cereals. With its unique Group 27 mode of action, Infinity helps ensure the profitability of your farm today and for years to come.

Managing herbicide resistance is everyone’s fight.

Please spray responsibly.

The Infinity Advantage

  • Infinity, powered by Group 27 pyrasulfotole and Group 6 bromoxynil, is a key resistance management tool with fast acting contact and systemic activity on the toughest weeds
  • Controls the widest range of the toughest broadleaf weeds, including kochia, buckwheat and cleavers
  • Tank-mix friendly Infinity is the preferred tank-mix partner with all major graminicides including: Puma® Advance, Axial®, Horizon® and Liquid Achieve®
  • Wide window of application
  • Registered for both ground and aerial application

Speed of Activity: Infinity VS. Competitors


Application Guidelines

Application Tips

0.335 L/ac.


Crops may be treated from the 1 leaf stage of growth until the flag leaf is just visible but still rolled


  • One 6.7 L jug = 20 acres (one 2 x 6.7 L case = 40 acres)
  • 107.2 L Bulk shuttle = 320 acres
  • 335 L Bulk tote = 1,000 acres


Water Volume
  • Ground – minimum of 5 US gal./ac. (19 L/ac.)
  • Aerial – minimum of 3 US gal./ac. (11 L/ac.)


  • One hour after application


Mixing Order
  • If adding AMS, always add AMS to the tank first
  • Infinity first, followed by tank-mix partner


Residue and Grazing

Do not:

  • graze treated perennial ryegrass, red fescue or bromegrass crops within 7 days of application or harvest for hay within 30 days of application
  • harvest wheat for grain or straw within 50 days of application
  • harvest barley for grain or straw within 45 days of application


Re-cropping Intervals
  • Alfalfa, barley, canary seed, canola, corn (field)1, flax, oats, peas (field)2, potatoes, soybeans1, sunflowers and wheat can be planted 10 months following an application of Infinity
  • Lentils can be planted 22 months following an application of Infinity
1 Manitoba only
2 Field peas may be grown the year following Infinity herbicide application in all black, grey-wooded and dark brown soil zones. Do not plant field peas the year following an Infinity application in the brown soil zone where organic matter content is below 2.5% and soil pH is above 7.5


Crop Safety
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Infinity includes a Bayer proprietary safener which works by accelerating the metabolism of the herbicide in the crop, but not in susceptible weed species. In field tests throughout North America at hundreds of locations, this technology has demonstrated exceptional crop safety on all tested varieties of wheat, durum and barley.


Resistance Management

Resistance Management

Discover how Infinity® herbicide and its Group 27 mode of action can help you manage costly and damaging herbicide-resistant weeds.

Group 27

The unique Group 27 active in Infinity gives you another tool to manage resistance. With only three Group 27 herbicides on the market, you can be sure you are getting a powerful herbicide and the newest mode of action in cereal herbicides, giving you another rotational tool for your resistance management strategies.

Infinity herbicide – A unique resistance management tool


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