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Geizer, CSC

Bentazone 300 g/L + quizalofop-P-ethyl 45 g/L

Selective systemic contact post-emergence herbicide to combat annual dicotyledons and annual and perennial grass weeds in soybean and pea* crops.

General information

Advantages

• The ingredient of bentazone as an acid enhances the herbicidal effect versus the traditional bentazone salt-based products.
• Has a high penetration rate and speed of response due to the innovative formulation
• Exhibits high biological efficiency with a reduced amount of active ingredients.
• Has a wide application window regardless of the crop development phase.
• A tank mixture with anti-cereal herbicides is not required.


Formulation as

Colloidal solution concentrate contains Bentazone 300 g/L + quizalofop-P-ethyl 45 g/L.

Storage conditions

Keep the preparation in a room dedicated for pesticide storage. Temperature range is minus 15⁰C to plus 35⁰C. Stir before use.

Shelf life

2 years.

Packing

5, 10 liter PE container

Registrant

Schelkovo Agrohim, Russia.

Manufacturer

Schelkovo Agrohim, Russia.

 

* - at the registration stage

Action

Mode of action

Bentazone has a pronounced contact action and is absorbed by the green parts of plants mainly. The active ingredient violates the process of photosynthesis.

Quizalofop-P-ethyl is rapidly absorbed and easily moves in the plant, is accumulated in the nodes and underground rhizomes of perennial grass weeds, destroys the rhizome meristem tissue completely.

Period of protective effect
The product is effective against the weeds present in the crops at the time of treatment. The period of protective effect: until the emergence of the second wave of weeds.

Rate of impact
Weed dying is manifested after 3-5 days.

Spectrum of effect

Annual dicotyledons, annual and perennial grass weeds
Susceptible species: common ragweed, cornflower, guasca, black bindweed, lady"s thumb, charlock mustard, common cocklebur, common fumitory, chickweed, buttonweed, goose-foot (sp.), lamb"s quarters, black nightshade, shepherd"s purse, hempnettle (sp.), cleavers, common purslane, corn chamomile, wild radish, chamomile (sp.), corn spurry, amaranth (sp.), field pennycress, cockspur, yellow foxtail, green foxtail, couch grass, wild oat, etc.

Usage regulations

 

Crop

 

Harmful plants

Consumption rate

 

Method, time and conditions of application.

 

Application frequency

Preparation, l/ha

Mix consumption rate, l/ha

Soybean

Annual dicotyledons, including common cocklebur, and annual and perennial grass weeds

2.0-3.0

200-300

Spraying seeding starting from the crop 1st leaf (epicotyl) phase and in the early phases of weed growth (2-6 leaves)

60(1)

Pea*
Annual dicotyledons, annual and perennial grass weeds    1.5-3.0  200-300 Spraying seeding starting from the crop 5th-6th leaf phase and in the early phases of weed growth (2-6 leaves) 60(1)

* - at the registration stage

 

Mix preparation method
Prepare the working fluid immediately before use. Preliminarily, prepare a 30-50% (as the product) concentrated emulsion in a separate container (based on the required amount of the product per sprayer refill).
Prepare the working solution as follows: fill the spray tank approximately half full with water, add the concentrated emulsion of the product, bring to volume with water, and stir the working fluid using mechanical stirrers. In doing so, rinse the container in which the concentrated emulsion was prepared with water several times.
Prepare the working solution and refill the sprayer at special sites that are to be deactivated later.
When using tank mixtures of herbicides, prepare the working liquid in accordance with the recommendations for each specific preparation.
Adding other preparations to the concentrated emulsion (stock solution) is not allowed.
For spraying, commercially available rod sprayers for the application of herbicides are used.

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