Return On Investment

How to maximize your return on investment with CoAXium® Wheat Production System.

Increased ROI Starts with the seed.

1.

Select the right variety for your region and your fields.

2.

Follow CoAXium Wheat Production System Stewardship Guidelines so you keep this valuable technology in your toolbox.

3.

Identify the weed species and level of pressure in your fields.

4.

Make early applications of Aggressor® herbicide at the correct rate before weeds compete with your wheat.

Serious weeds need a powerful solution.

The damage grassy weed infestations can inflict on a wheat crop and its ultimate profitability is widely understood by farmers. Grassy weeds compete for light and space, deplete moisture and nutrients and wreak havoc on the overall health of wheat through every stage of growth.

Know Your Weeds And Apply Specifically

Whether it is feral rye, downy brome or jointed goatgrass, grassy weeds can completely choke out a wheat field. Furthermore, after these weeds die, they pass on root pathogens creating “in-crop Green Bridge” resulting in additional stress and yield loss.

Apply the proper rate of Aggressor by weed species and weed size on a field by field basis. When grassy weeds become larger and populations of grassy weeds increase, your volume of application should also be increased. Larger weeds and high populations require a minimum sprayer volume of 15 GPA.

For optimal feral rye control a 2 pass application of Aggressor at 8 oz/acre applied in the fall followed by a spring application of Aggressor at 8 oz/acre will deliver best results.

Making The Most of Aggressor Herbicide.

At the elevator, grassy weeds can continue to diminish profitability as farmers are docked for large amounts of weed seed in their grain and reduced quality such as test weight. Aggressor herbicide as a part of CoAXium is the most powerful tool you can have in your fight against grassy weeds.

Maximize your ROI with CoAXium & Aggressor

Apply Aggressor herbicide before the grassy weeds compete for Space, Nutrients and Moisture with your wheat crop.

Aerial application should only be used on 1-3 leaf feral rye or downy brome and requires 5-7 GPA by air.

When it comes to your ROI, timing is EVERYTHING.

Timely Fall Application ensured that weeds did not have an opportunity to compete with the wheat crop.


100% of the yield potential was harvested.


Maximized ROI was achieved.


Yield : 50 bu/ac
ROI : 100%

Spring application allowed for intercrop competition to begin.


Level of targeted weed control was still excellent.


87% of yield potential was achieved resulting in nearly 15% less revenue.


Yield : 43.5 bu/ac
ROI : 87%

Late Spring application was applied.


Although the field was 98% free of downy brome, delayed herbicide application depleted yield to only 49% of what was achievable.


Yield : 24.5
ROI : 49%

No herbicide application.


Downy brome infestation of this severity will decimate a competing wheat crop.


0% return on an investment in CoAXium Wheat Production System was achieved.


Yield : 0 bu/ac
ROI : 0%

You’ve Invested In The Best Wheat Production System. Now, It’s Time to Maximize Your ROI.

  • 1. Plant Certified CoAXium (AX) varieties and plant into a clean seed bed. Select the wheat variety that has the best agronomic fit for your production system and micro-climate.
  • 2. Combine Aggressor herbicide only with approved tank-mix partners. Aggressor herbicide provides no broadleaf weed control and very minimal residual control. Aggressor can be tank-mixed, however, with certain broadleaf herbicides, but should not be tank-mixed with the amine formulations of 2,4-D or MCPA or grassy weed control will be severely reduced. Do not mix with metribuzin.
  • 3. Eliminate intercrop competition by spraying Aggressor herbicide at the right time based on the specific weed at exact rates by crop growth stage. This is where you can maximize your ROI.
  • 4. Application Coverage is Critical. Aggressor herbicide is a systemic Group 1 contact herbicide. It kills what it hits.
  • 5. Stewardship: The Key To Long-Term Performance. Stewardship is critical to prolong the utility, features and benefits of CoAXium and Aggressor herbicide. Refer to the CoAXium Wheat Production System Grower Stewardship guide with any questions or concerns.

CoAXium allows growers to produce more, high quality wheat with less dockage and foreign matter. Just as important, CoAXium is the only system today that has limited soil residual, providing growers with greater crop rotation flexibility.

Background
CoAXium Wheat Production System Logo

CoAXium Wheat Production System combines a herbicide-tolerance trait, elite varieties, a new branded herbicide and a comprehensive industry stewardship package.

Driven by Aggressor Herbicide Logo

Aggressor is the new herbicide brand that is linked to the patented trait and controls winter annual grasses in the CoAXium Wheat Production System.

AXigen® is the patented non-GMO trait that confers tolerance to a Group 1 herbicide and is being introduced into elite public and private varieties adapted to your growing environment.