Adding the active ingredient from Elevore to the old WideMatch (Stinger plus Starane) eliminates the need to spike 2,4-D or another herbicide in with WideMatch in most cases. WideMatch was great on thistles and kochia but pretty weak on most other broadleaves. Elevore is in the same chemical family as 2,4-D, and while it isn’t quite as broad-spectrum as 2,4-D, it’s not bad, and that active ingredient is much easier on wheat than old 2,4-D. In 2023, there will likely be a shortage on Stinger and anything containing Stinger, so supplies of old WideMatch and WideARMatch won’t be overly abundant, but there should be enough to treat most acres. WideARMatch only costs a dollar or two more than WideMatch, so if you can get your hands on WideARMatch, that’s the direction I would go. Cost is around $8 per acre after Corteva’s 10% rebate program.