What is Infinity®?
Infinity is a powerful herbicide that takes 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.
What crops are safe to apply Infinity on?
Infinity is registered for applications in wheat (durum, spring and winter wheat), barley, timothy (seed production only), triticale, perennial ryegrass (seedling and established grown for seed or forage), red fescue and bromegrass (established, grown for seed or forage).
What makes Infinity different?
Infinity has a unique mode of action, Group 27, which at the time of registration (2008) was the first new broadleaf mode of action available to cereal growers in 20 years.
What active ingredients are in Infinity?
Infinity contains two active ingredients and two modes of action:
- Pyrasulfotole (Group 27)
- Bromoxynil (Group 6)
What wild oat products can I tank mix Infinity with?
Infinity is a preferred tank-mix partner and is registered to be mixed with Puma Advance®, Varro™, Axial®, Horizon® and Liquid Achieve®. For a complete list of unlabelled tank mixes supported by Bayer please visit: Tank Mix List
What broadleaf weeds will Infinity control?
Infinity controls/suppresses all the weeds listed below PLUS all their resistant biotypes:
Annual sow thistle, chickweed, cleavers, common ragweed, flixweed, hemp-nettle, kochia, lamb's-quarters, pale smartweed, redroot pigweed, Russian thistle, shepherd’s-purse, stinkweed, volunteer canola (including conventional, Round-up Ready, LibertyLink® and Clearfield®), wild buckwheat, wild mustard and suppression of Canada thistle, dandelion, perennial sow thistle, and round-leaved mallow.
The Infinity label calls for Ammonium Sulphate (AMS) to be added for enhanced cleavers control.
When do I need to add AMS?
Bayer recommends adding AMS Utility Modifier with Infinity for control of cleavers that are in the 4 to 6 whorl stage. The use of AMS with Infinity also improves control of larger kochia and suppression of Canada thistle and dandelion.
How much Bayer AMS Utility Modifier should I add to Infinity?
Bayer AMS Utility Modifier has a concentration of 400 g/L (40% solution) and a label rate of 500 g/ha, therefore AMS should be added at a rate of 0.5 L per acre (20 acres per jug). Add one 10 L jug of AMS for every 6.7 L jug of Infinity.
What is the tank mix order with AMS and other products?
Always add AMS Utility Modifier to the spray tank first, prior to adding any other pesticides.
Are any other products registered for use with Infinity as substitutes for Bayer AMS Utility Modifier?
Only products that are spray grade ammonium sulphate and used at ammonium sulphate rates as indicated on the Infinity label will be supported by Bayer. Water conditioning agents that contain ingredients other than ammonium sulphate (additional salt blends, phosphate ester, propionic acid, phosphoric acid, etc.) will not be supported for use with Infinity by Bayer.
At what crop stage can Infinity be applied to the registered crops?
Infinity can be applied to wheat and barley crops from the 1 leaf stage to the appearance of the flag leaf.
What is the rainfast rating for Infinity?
Infinity must be applied to the plant for a minimum of one hour before rainfall occurs.
How much water should I use when applying Infinity?
Ground application – minimum of 5 US gal./ac. (19 L/ac).
Air – minimum of 3 US gal./ac. (11 L/ac).
Bayer recommends using more water to achieve better coverage when applying the product in dense crop canopies or on advanced growth stage weeds.
How many acres does one jug treat?
One 6.7L jug treats 20 acres (2 X 6.7L case will treat 40 acres), a 107.2L Bulk shuttle treats 320 acres and a 335L Bulk tote will treat 1000 acres.
What crops can be grown the year after an Infinity application?
Alfalfa, barley, canary seed, canola, field corn1, flax, oats, field peas2, potatoes, soybeans1, sunflowers and wheat (spring or durum) can be planted 10 months following an application of Infinity. Lentils can be planted back 22 months following an application of Infinity.
2Field 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 where soil pH is above 7.5%.
What is the tank mix order?
Infinity first, followed by the tank-mix partner. If adding AMS, always add the AMS to the tank first.
Can I plant field peas following an application of Infinity?
The only scenario where you cannot plant field peas is if you are in the brown soil zone (dark brown, black and grey soil zones have no restrictions), AND you have organic matter content below 2.5% AND soil pH is above 7.5. We only recommend you do not plant field peas if all 3 of those criteria are met.