- Most effective oil formulation of the product compared with "dry" analogs
- Additional inclusion of surfactant is not required as the product contains a sufficient amount of adjuvants.
- Control of tough weeds (butterweed, red-root amaranth, etc.)
- High efficiency in any weather conditions
- Expanded spectrum of action and enhanced herbicidal activity of Betaren series products
- Decreased consumption rates for sugar beet herbicides when used timely
Mechanism of action
In dry conditions, the product is absorbed by leaves. In wet soil, the product is also absorbed by roots, which strengthens its effect. The product inhibits the acetolactate synthase enzyme driving the synthesis of leucine, isoleucine, and valine amino acids, stops cell division in sprout and root growing points.
Until the second wave of weeds.
Rate of exposure
In several hours after treatment, the growth of sensitive weeds ceases. Visible signs, such as anthocyanin color, chlorosis, and necrosis, appear only several days after treatment with weed death in 10 to 15 days.
Annual dicotyledonous weeds.
Susceptible species: green amaranth, common caseweed, sunweed, day-nettle (spp.), stinging nettle, common nipplewort, chamomile (spp.), houndsberry, burnet rose, wild radish, knotted pepper plant, common persicaria, rape drop, sunflower drop, yellowweed, field mustard, bird's-eye speedwell, field scorpion grass, hemp nettle, dish mustard, butterweed, sow thistle species (sprouts), catchweed, annual mercury, barnyard grass.
Moderately susceptible species: copper rose, maple-leaved goosefoot, field pansy, knotweed, common ragweed.
Low susceptible species: orach (spp.), Canadian thistle, pigweed, woundwort (spp.), common fumitory, chickweed, black bindweed, winterweed, sheepbine, prostrate amaranth.
|Crop||Harmful object||Consumption rate||Method, time, features of application||Safety interval, days (treatment frequency)|
|Product, L/ha||Working liquid, L/ha|
|Sugar beet||Annual dicotyledonous weeds||0.125||200–300||Spraying of crops at the seed leaf stage to the stage of two real leaves in weeds (on the first, second, and third waves)||−(3)|
Preparation technique. Procedure for the working liquid preparation
The best result and quickest herbicide action of the product are achieved by:
• Treatment of weeds from the seed leaf stage to the stage of 2leaves. Some species, such as field mustard and sunflower drop, are fully controlled at up to 6leaves stage. Treatment at later stages demonstrates reduced efficiency, and some species of weeds are rather suppressed than killed.
• Crop treatment during the emergence phase (70–90% of sprouts) to rig closing.
• To enhance the spectrum of action, the product is usually mixed in reduced doses with other herbicides for sugar beet.
The product is compatible and may be used in tank mixtures with the following herbicides:
• To enhance the spectrum of action against broad-leaved weeds: Betaren group (Betaren22, Betaren Express AM, Betaren Super OD), clopyralid (Lornet), metamitron (Mitron)– in reduced doses.
• For postemergence control of grain weeds: quizalofop-P-ethyl (Forward), quizalofop-P-tefuryl.
hazard class3, moderately hazardous substance
Storage temperature range
−10°C to +30°C
container 5L, 10L
Schelkovo Agrohim, Russia
Schelkovo Agrohim, Russia