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Group 14

Aim® EC herbicide / West

Boost your pre-seed burnoff with the flexibility and performance of Aim® EC herbicide. The Group 14 mode-of-action of Aim EC herbicide controls resistant broadleaf weeds and keeps cropping options open, so you can seed a wide variety of crops after application, including canola, pulses (including lentils) and cereals.

Quick Facts

  • Effective, quick burnoff of hard-to-control weeds, including kochia (Group 2, 4 and 9 resistant), flixweed, lamb’s-quarters, redroot pigweed and cleavers (Group 2 and 4 resistant).
  • Provides protection for a broad range of crops with flexible tank-mix options.
  • Adds a novel mode of action to glyphosate for resistance management.
  • Choose one of four rates, depending on tank-mix strategy and weed spectrum.
  • Can be tank mixed with MCPA and glyphosate.  This tank mix can be used prior to planting wheat, barley, rye, oats and flax.
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Product Overview

Aim EC herbicide delivers versatile and powerful performance for your pre-seed weed control program. You also benefit from quicker burnoff of hard-to-control weeds, such as kochia and volunteer canola.

With Aim EC herbicide, you can keep your cropping options open and seed immediately after application. Its unique Group 14 mode of action helps control many glyphosate-resistant weed biotypes, and gives you a strong management tool against herbicide resistance.


Full crop listing

  • Barley
  • Canola
  • Buckwheat
  • Chickpea
  • Corn (Sweet, Field)
  • Dry Beans
  • Faba Bean
  • Field Peas
  • Flax
  • Lentils
  • Millet
  • Oats
  • Rye
  • Safflower
  • Sunflower
  • Triticale
  • Wheat
  • Popcorn
  • Millet
  • Mustard
  • Potato
  • Soybeans
  • Spring Wheat
  • Durum Wheat
  • Winter Wheat

Registered Provinces

  • Alberta
  • Saskatchewan
  • Manitoba
  • British Columbia

Product Specifications

Tech Specs

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Chemical Group: Group 14

Registered and Supported Tank Mixes: Must be tank-mixed with glyphosate. 

Additional supported tank mixes include:

  • 2, 4-D
  • 2, 4-D Ester Authority 480 Herbicide
  • Authority Supreme
  • PrecisionPac NC-0050
  • Nufarm Koril 235
  • IPCO Brotex 240
  • 480 & 4AT,
  • Bromotril 240 EC and Bromotril II 240 EC
  • PrecisionPac DB-878
  • PrecisionPac NC-00439
  • Pardner, Reglone ION
  • Command®  360ME
  • Express® SG herbicide
  • Express® PRO herbicide
  • Express® FX herbicide
  • MCPA
  • Spitfire® 50SC herbicide

Received registration for the use AIM® EC Herbicide with the adjuvants, DestinationTM MSO and JourneyTM HSOC from Winfield United. These adjuvants can be used when AIM EC Herbicide is applied as a preplant/pre-emergence or post-harvest application. Note that the adjuvants are not registered for hooded sprayer or harvest aid use.

Rates and Packaging: 

Field weed conditions

Product rate

ac/jug 1.2 L jug

ac/jug 2.0 L jug

ac/jug 4.8 L jug

  • Standard burnoff
  • When tankmixing with an additional glyphosate add-in

15 mL/ac




  • When weed spectrum includes moderate pressure or larger weeds





  • Glyphosate resistant weeds (kochia, volunteer canola)
  • Large overwintering cleavers
  • Heavy weed pressure or large weeds

30 mL/ac




Surfactant: None required when tank-mixing with glyphosate. When using Aim EC herbicide alone for pre-plant/pre-emergence, fallow, and post-harvest application, use a non-ionic surfactant at 0.25% v/v or use Merge at 1% v/v. Higher rates are recommended when applying Aim EC herbicide alone at burn-off timing. For harvest aid uses, a surfactant is recommended with or without glyphosate. Please refer to label for surfactant information for harvest-aid uses.

Water Volume: 10 gal/ac (100 L/ha)

Rainfastness: Aim EC is rapidly absorbed through the foliage of plants, Rainfall soon after application may reduce efficacy.

Crop rotation: No cropping restrictions the following year.

Mixing instructions: Spray equipment must be clean and free of existing pesticide deposits before using this product. Follow the spray tank clean-out procedures specified on the label of the previously applied product, before adding Aim EC herbicide to the spray tank.

For best results, fill the spray tank with one half the volume of clean water needed for the area to be treated. Make sure the agitation system is operating while adding products. Slowly add the required amount of Aim EC herbicide to the spray tank. Carefully rinse the container, adding the rinsings to the spray tank. Complete filling the spray tank to the desired level. Spray tank agitation should be sufficient to ensure uniform spray mixture during application and must continue until the spray tank has been emptied.

  • If sprayer has been stored or idle, purge the spray boom and nozzles with clean water before charging sprayer with products to be applied.
  • Avoid overnight storage of Aim EC herbicide spray mixtures.
  • Premixing Aim EC herbicide spray solutions in nurse tanks is not recommended. Maintain continuous and adequate spray solution agitation until all spray solution has been used.
  • Do not use with tank additives that alter the pH of the spray solution.

Trial Data

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