Selective contact systemic herbicide for control over a wide range of annual cereal and dicotyledonous weeds in areas of soybean, peas and sunflowers, resistant to Imidazolinones
The preparation has a wide spectrum of action against annual cereal and dicotyledonous weeds.
The preparation is effective against perennial weeds, including sow-thistle yellow and common couch grass (Agropyron repens).
The preparation has a double effect on weeds - through the root system and leaves.
Long-term herbicide protection due to residual soil activity.
Imazamox has a pronounced contact and systemic action, selective, is absorbed mainly by the leaves, as well as the root of the weeds, moves along the phloem and xylem, getting into the growth point, inhibits the synthesis of protein in the weeds, which leads to the chlorosis of young leaves, the removal of growth points, the pausing of development, the manifestation of dwarfism and, as a consequence, the death of plants.
Annual grasses and dicotyledons, and several perennial weeds, including: ragweed/polar beetle ambrosia, lambsquarter goosefoot (Chenopodium album), field mustard, wild oatmeal/ field bastard oat, cocklebur (Xanthium strumarum) (species), yellow thistle, common fumitory (Fumaria officinalis), barnyard grass (Panicum crussgalli), China jute (Abutilon theophrasti), foxtail grass (Setaria viridis) (species), amaranth (species) and others.
southern copper leaf (Acalypha), wormwood (species), Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense), common couch grass (Agropyron repens), etc.
Use of crops in crop rotation after Brox, RK has applied:
up to 4 months — soybeans, peas, fodder beans;
after 4 months — winter wheat;
11 months later — corn/maize, wheat germ, oats, spring and winter barley, sunflower, sorghum, rice;
16 months later — sugar and fodder beets, winter and spring rape, vegetable crops.