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DICAMBA FORTE

DICAMBA FORTE

FOR
CORN/MAIZE
FOR
BARLEY
FOR
WHEAT

Post-emergence herbicide designed for control over annual and perennial dicotyledonous weeds in areas of cereals and corn/maize.

Active Fraction Content Dicamba in the form of dimethylamine salt, 120 g/L; 2.4-D in the form of dimethylamine salt, 344 g/L

Chemical Group derivatives of benzoic acid + arialkanecarboxylic

Preparative Form Water Soluble Concentrate

WHO Classification III class Moderately toxic substance

Advantages of product

The preparation destroys more than 200 species of annual cereal and dicotyledonous weeds, including resistant to 2.4-D..

The preparation effectively controls such harmful root-and-sprouting species of weeds as sow-thistle, thistle, birch.

The preparation has no post-action on the following cultures.

The preparation has a rapid and long-lasting herbicidal action.

Mechanism of Action

2.4-D and dicamba belong to synthetic auxins, penetrate the plants through the tissues of the upper organs and roots, actively inhibit growth and division of cells, disrupt the protein and lipid metabolism therein, which leads to the loss of leaves and root systems of weeds. It is the loss of the root system that is the main lever in the fight against perennial weeds.

СCoverage

Most sensitive weeds:

ragweed/polar beetle ambrosia, bluebottle common centaury (Centaurea cyanus), field mustard, blindweed (Capsella bursa pastoris), tansy mustard (Descurainia sophia), chickweed satin flower (Stellaria media), panic grass, catchweed bedstraw (Galium aparine), mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris L.), wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum), common fumitory (Fumaria officinalis), door-weed (Polygonum aviculare), field sow-thistle, Thanet (Lepidium draba), common spurrey (Spergula vulgaris), (Rumel acetosella), various species of galinsogas, common arache (Atriplex patulum), goosefoot.

Middle-sensitive weeds:

Sow-thistle setaceous, sow-thistle yellow common/field, Canada thistle, field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis), thorn apple (Datura stramonium L.), black nightshade (Solanum nigrum L.), wild chamomile/scentless mayweed, various species of buckwheat, amaranths, and hemp nettle (Galeopsis).

Persistent weeds:

Various species of veronicas.

Preparation Properties

The complete loss of weeds comes after 7-15 days depending on the weather conditions and the phase of development of weed plants at the time of treating.

Consumption Standards & Application Terms

Culture, weed to be treated
Destructive Weeds
Application Method
Consumption Standards, L/ha
Number of Treatments
Culture, weed to be treated
Corn / Maize
Destructive Weeds
Annual and perennial dicotyledonous weeds, including resistant to the 2.4-D- and MCPA- (2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid)-based preparations only
Application Method
Spraying from the phase of tillering/bushing out up to the leaf-tube formation.
Consumption Standards, L/ha
0,75-1,0
Number of Treatments
1
Culture, weed to be treated
Wheat
Destructive Weeds
Annual and perennial dicotyledonous weeds, including resistant to the 2.4-D- and MCPA- (2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid)-based preparations only
Application Method
Spraying from the phase of tillering/bushing out up to the leaf-tube formation.
Consumption Standards, L/ha
0,75-1,0
Number of Treatments
1
Culture, weed to be treated
Barley
Destructive Weeds
Annual and perennial dicotyledonous weeds, including resistant to the 2.4-D- and MCPA- (2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid)-based preparations only
Application Method
Spraying in the phase when 3-5 leaves appear.
Consumption Standards, L/ha
1,0-1,2
Number of Treatments
1

Recommendations for Use

Application Features

The highest level of herbicide action efficiency is achieved when crop areas are treated at the early stages of weeds development. In particular, annual weeds are best destroyed at the stage when 2-4 leaves appear; perennials - in the period of the most sensitive stage of their development: for field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis) – when its germs reach 5 – 10 cm in length, for Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense) – in the stage when a rosette (4 - 6 leaves) appears. Standard of use for barley should be set taking into account the number of weeds and a condition of the areas of cultural plants. When there is a small number of harmful sensitive plants only (up to 10 pcs / sq.m) and the cultural plants are well-developed in the crops, the preparation should be used at a consumption rate of 0.5 L/ha, in the case of a large number thereof - 0.7 L/ha.

Spray Material Consumption Standards

200-300 L/ha

Compatibility

Compatible with the most preparations. However, in each specific case, it is required to take relative advice to be provided by a manager.

Precautions in Use

The optimum temperature at entering should be +10°C …25°C. Cold weather slows down the action of the preparation.