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Typhensulfuron-methyl 90 g/L + flumetsulam 24 g/L + florasulam 18 g/L

Premium-class herbicide for controlling a wide range of dicotyledonous weeds in the late stages of the development of grain crops

General information

Advantages

  • High efficiency and rapid action due to innovative oil formulation and synergistic effect of three active ingredients
  • Maximum extended spectrum of action for dicotyledonous weeds, including those that are difficult to control
  • Effectiveness in overgrown weeds
  • Wide window in application phases, from tillering to flag leaf
  • Exceptionally mild effects on crops, no loss in the yield due to herbicidal stress
  • No restrictions for crop rotation


Chemical class:
sulfonylureas, triazolopyrimidines

Formulation:
oil dispersion

Registrant
Schyolkovo Agrochim, Russia

Manufacturer
Schyolkovo Agrochim, Russia

Action

Mechanism of action
Tifensulfuron-methyl, flumetsulam, and florasulam are systemic compounds. They are mainly absorbed by the leaves of weeds and quickly move to the root system and the stems, where they concentrate in the growing-points and exert a herbicidal effect. At the biochemical level, the mechanism of action is to block the acetolactate synthase (ALS) enzyme, which is involved in the biosynthesis of essential amino acids in the weed meristematic tissues. This causes cessation of protein synthesis and stops cell division, which leads to the death of weeds.
The total synergistic effect of the three active substances maximizes the herbicidal activity of the product in relation to the widest spectrum of dicotyledonous weeds.

Period of protective effect
Throughout the growing period (depending on the weather conditions and in the absence of a new weed "wave").

Rate of exposure
The active growth of sensitive weeds and competition with the crop halt within a few hours after treatment. The first visible symptoms of weed depression appear 2-5 days after application, and their final death occurs 2-4 weeks after treatment and depends on the species composition and the developmental phase of weeds, the degree of contamination, and climatic conditions before, during, and after spraying.

Action spectrum
Annual and perennial dicotyledonous weeds

Usage regulations

Crop

Pest

Consumption rate

Method, time, features of application. Timeframes for the start of manual (mechanized) work, days

Safety interval, days (number of applications)

Product, l/ha

Working solution, l/ha

Spring wheat, winter wheat, spring barley, winter barley

Annual and perennial dicotyledonous weeds, including sow thistle, plume thistle species

0.25-0.3

200-300

  Spraying of crops from the crop tillering stage through a phase of the second internode formation (inclusive)
-(3)

60(1)

 

Phytotoxicity
The product is not phytotoxic at observance of the procedures for the product application.

Probability of resistance
None, subject to strict adherence to recommendations for use.

Compatibility with other pesticides
Compatible with fungicides and insecticides. However, in each case, especially when combined with micronutrient fertilizers, before preparing the working solution, it is recommended to check the physical mixing properties of the preparations.

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