Aim® EC herbicide is a fast acting, non residual herbicide that tackles the toughest broadleaf weeds like seedling kochia, lambsquarters, morningglory, hemp sesbania, pigweed, velvetleaf and waterhemp. Formulated as a low use rate, easily tank mixed liquid, Aim is labeled for weed control in nearly every row crop and many high-value specialty crops.
For superior no-till burndown and residual control of weeds in soybeans, start with Aim EC at 1 oz/A rate in combination with Authority® preemergence herbicide.
Fast, economical cotton defoliation is as easy as applying Aim EC herbicide. Aim EC herbicide is unsurpassed for cotton defoliation, juvenile regrowth removal and weed desiccation in spindle picker or stripper cotton.
Authority Minute Episode - AIM EC
Burndown Application Targeting Marestail Time-lapse
Seven day time-lapse comparing Aim® EC herbicide + glyphosate + 2,4-D; Aim EC herbicide + 2,4-D; Glyphosate + 2,4-D; and 2,4-D alone in burndown application targeting marestail.
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- Postemergence broadleaf herbicide and cotton defoliant/harvest aid
- Controls broadleaf weeds in cotton, corn, rice, sunflowers and tree fruit and nut crops when applied postemergence
- Preplant burndown herbicide with favorable plantback intervals
- Defoliates cotton under warm or cool weather conditions; and provides excellent desiccation of viney weeds. Fast, consistent, economical defoliation; best available regrowth control
||GA Preplant Burndown for use on Peanuts
||AL, AR, FL, GA, LA, MO (Bootheel Counties only), MS, NC, SC, TN, and VA. Pastures_1-13-06 Pasture
||FL 09-28-11 For Use on Cucurbits and Fruiting Vegetables
||GA Cucurbits (Transplanted Only) Fruiting Vegetables (Transplanted Only) Planted into Plastic Mulch
||AZ-080008 08-06-08 For Use on Guayule
||AZ-130003 For Use on Lettuce to Chemically Thin Unwanted Lettuce Plants
||IL-120001 For Preplant Burndown to Basil
||MI-140010 For Use on Hops
||OH-140002 For Use on Hops
||WI-150001 For Sucker and Weed Management Control in Hops
AK, AL, AR, AZ, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WI, WV, WY
- Annual Sowthistle
- Black Nightshade
- Broadleaf Filaree
- Burning Nettle
- Bushy Wallflower
- Catchweed Bedstraw
- Coast Tarweed
- Common Cocklebur
- Common Gromwell
- Common Groundsel
- Common Mallow
- Common Purslane
- Common Ragweed
- Common Sunflower
- Copperleaf, Hophornbeam
- Corn Spurry
- Eastern Black Nightshade
- Field Bindweed
- Field Pennycress
- Giant Ragweed
- Ground Cherry
- Hemp Sesbania
- Ivyleaf Speedwell
- Lanceleaf Sage
- London Rocket
- Palmer Amaranth
- Pennsylvania Smartweed
- Pigweed, Redroot
- Prickly Lettuce
- Prostrate Knotweed
- Prostrate Pigweed
- Prostrate Spurge
- Purple Ammania
- Redstem Ammannia
- Redstem Filaree
- Shepherd's Purse
- Smooth Pigweed
- Spiny Amaranth
- Spreading Dayflower
- Spurred Anoda
- Stinging Nettle
- Tropical Spiderwort
- Tumble Pigweed
- Tumble Primrose
- Venice Mallow
- Volunteer Cotton
- Volunteer Potato
- Water Hyssop
- White Filaree
- Wild Buckwheat
Defoliation and Desiccation after Managed Maturity®
When compared to untreated cotton, Aim EC provided 17% more defoliation and 15% higher desiccation 14 DAT.
Terminal Control and Open Boll after Managed Maturity
Aim EC resulted in higher overall terminal control and open boll when compared to untreated cotton.
Managed Maturity Yield Results
In Aim EC vs. untreated, Aim EC increased yield by 35 lb/acre.
Weed Desiccation Trial
When compared to Roundup® and Gramoxone®, Aim EC provided greater weed desiccation on morningglory and velvetleaf.
Aim EC is not registered for sale or use in California.