Selective contact post-emergence herbicide of systemic action for control over the annual broad-leaved weeds, including resistant to 2M-4X in soya and pea seeds.
Active Fraction Content Bentazone, 480 g/L
Chemical Group Thiadiazines derivate
Preparative Form Concentrate dissolvable
WHO Classification III class (moderately hazardous substance)
The preparation does not affect the succeeding crop rotation cultures since its half-life in normal weather conditions lasts approximately 30 days.
The preparation completely destroys the annual dicotyledonous weeds, including the weeds resistant to 2.4-D and 2M-4X
The preparation effectively fights against the dicotyledonous weeds in such cultures, like cereals (barley, wheat), grains with sowings (clover, alfalfa), legumes (clover, alfalfa), and grain legumes or leguminous (soya, pea).
Bentazone has an expressed contact action and is absorbed mainly by green parts of plants. The active substance initiates the process of photosynthesis. Weeds start to die out in 3-5 days.
The most available broad-leaved weeds, including such weeds, as black nightshade (Solanum nigrum), fathen white or pigweed (Chenopodium album), amaranth (species), burweed (Xanthlum) (species), datura (species), tickseed acanaceous (Bidens), field mustard.
It is a contact herbicide and is absorbed mainly by green parts of plants. In order to achieve the best results leaves, footstalks and stems of weeds should be sufficiently dampened with herbicide. Weeds are perishing slower than when herbicides of other groups are used. The cold weather slows down the effect of this herbicide.