Oxytril CM

Oxytril CM is our non-ALS herbicide that offers control of a wide range of broad-leaved weeds in cereals including wheat, barley, oats (spring application), rye and triticale. It can be used against especially difficult weeds, particularly in spring.


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(Active substances: bromoxynil and ioxynil as octanoate esters)

Oxytril CM is our non-ALS herbicide that offers control of a wide range of broad-leaved weeds in cereals including wheat, barley, oats (spring application), rye and triticale. It can be used against especially difficult weeds, particularly in spring.  

Why Oxytril CM?

Oxytril CM can be used against a wide range of difficult-to-control weeds including black-bindweed, poppy and charlock. As a non-ALS herbicide it can be used in a wide range of tank-mixes and sequences.

Main advantages

  • Controls a wide range of broad-leaved weeds
  • No ALS or FOP/DIM tank-mix or sequence restrictions
  • Can be used in cereals including wheat, barley, oats, rye and triticale

Getting the best from Oxytril CM

To get the best out Oxytril CM use it before weeds have three true leaves. You can use Oxytril CM in the autumn or as a spring application on wheat (not durum), barley, rye and triticale. You should only use it in the spring on autumn and spring-sown oats when the risk of frost is over. For autumn and spring-sown cereals, spray from the two-leaf stage of the crop (GS 12), but before second node detectable stage (GS 32).

Important things to remember

  • Don’t use on undersown cereals
  • Don’t use where crops are under stress
  • Treat before second node detectable stage (GS 32)
  • Do not apply during long frosty periods
  • Don’t use on durum wheat or apply on winter oats in the autumn
  • Don’t use on oats until the risk of frost is over
  • Don’t apply within seven days of rolling
  • Don’t apply at less than recommended water volumes.
  • Don’t apply during wintry weather or during periods of drought, or when frost or heavy rain is imminent.