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Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs


Trade Name: Command 360 ME

Group 13

Site of Action: Diterpene synthesis inhibitor


Following PRE emergent application:
Following POST emergent application:
  • Susceptible species at later growth stages may show signs of foliar bleaching

Uptake and Translocation

  • Primarily absorbed through the roots
  • Translocated through the xylem in the plant


  • Soil texture impacts residual and product efficacy
  • Some rotational restrictions apply

Photographs courtesy of:

F.A Holm and Ken Sapsford at University of Saskatchewan - Department of Plant Sciences - Weeds Research - Herbicide Injury Symptoms:

Clomazone injury on Sweet Corn Clomazone injury on Cucumber Clomazone injury on Peppers Clomazone injury on vineClomazone injury on pepperClomazone injury on pepperClomazone injury on tomatoClomazone injury on tomatoClomazone injury on velvetleafClomazone injury on wheatClomazone injury on vineClomazone injury on wild buckwheat Clomazone injury on appleClomazone injury on cauliflower Clomazone injury on pepper Clomazone injury on peach

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