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NAPALM

NAPALM

NAPALM
20l
WIDE RANGE OF ACTION

The system non-selective herbicide of a wide range of action.

Active Fraction Content Isopropylamine salt of glycine glyphosate, 480 g/L in acid equivalent 360 g/L

Chemical Group Glycines

Preparative Form Water Solution

WHO Classification III class (Moderate toxicity) Substance toxicity-free for bees

Advantages of product

The preparation is an effective means for the destruction of harmful root and root-and-corm weeds, as well as unwanted wood-shrub vegetation (both over-ground and root part).

The preparation is used as a desiccant.

The preparation rapidly decomposes in the soil on safe compounds, allows the cultivation of crops within 3-7 days after application thereof.

Mechanism of Action

The active substance of the herbicide by the mode of action on the plant belongs to the group of inhibitors of amino acid synthesis and penetrates into the plant through its active vegetative green over-ground parts. Due to the systemic properties in a short period of time, it enters all vital organs of plants (over-ground and root systems), infringes the synthesis of amino acids necessary for growth and development, which causes a rapid cessation of growth, chlorosis of young leaves, the extinction of over- and underground organs. After 5-7 days, the first signs of the herbicidal effect appear: first it is yellowing, then the leaves browning and wilting begins. The weeds are completely destructed in 14-16 days, depending on the weather conditions and the species of weeds.

Coverage

The preparation completely destroys all species of annual and perennial cereal and dicotyledonous weeds (including such pernicious perennials as creeping wheatgrass (Agropyron repens), green valley grass (Sorghum halepense), field sow-thistle, field birch bark, field horsetail), as well as unwanted wood-shrub vegetation. The preparation is used as a desiccant.

Preparation Properties

Application of such herbicide as NAPALM as a desiccant helps to facilitate and accelerate harvesting and reduce yield loss by 2-3 times. It is required to apply the preparation at a time when the moisture content of the grain does not exceed 30%. This moment corresponds to the phase of wax stiffness of the grain. Application of the preparation reduces the moisture content of the grain up to 14.5 - 16%. Simultaneously with desiccation, the herbicide releases fields from perennial weeds.

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

The fields designed for seeding cereals, sugar beets, corn/maize, potato, soybeans, sunflowers, rapes, medick (Medicago gen.), bast fibre (Linum), green/vegetable and cucurbits crops, fallows and land plots of other than agricultural.

Destructive Weeds
Annual cereal and dicotyledonous weeds
Application Method
Spraying the vegetating weeds in the spring season, 2 weeks prior to sprouting, however before the culture sprouts appear, or in the autumn season after harvesting the previous ones.
Consumption Standards, L/ha
2,0-4,0
Number of Treatments
1
Culture, weed to be treated

The fields designed for seeding cereals, sugar beets, corn/maize, potato, soybeans, sunflowers, rapes, medick (Medicago gen.), bast fibre (Linum), green/vegetable and cucurbits crops, fallows and land plots of other than agricultural.

Destructive Weeds
Perennial cereal and dicotyledonous weeds
Application Method
Spraying the vegetating weeds in the spring season, 2 weeks prior to sprouting, however before the culture sprouts appear, or in the autumn season after harvesting the previous ones.
Consumption Standards, L/ha
4,0-6,0
Number of Treatments
1
Culture, weed to be treated

The fields designed for seeding cereals, sugar beets, corn/maize, potato, soybeans, sunflowers, rapes, medick (Medicago gen.), bast fibre (Linum), green/vegetable and cucurbits crops, fallows and land plots of other than agricultural.

Destructive Weeds
Harmful perennial weeds (scutch grass (Agropyron repens), green valley grass (Sorghum halepense), bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis), sow-thistle.
Application Method
Spraying the vegetating weeds in the spring season, 2 weeks prior to sprouting, however before the culture sprouts appear, or in the autumn season after harvesting the previous ones.
Consumption Standards, L/ha
6,0-8,0
Number of Treatments
1

Recommendations for Use

Application Features

The best effect of the preparation is achieved when actively growing weeds of 10-20 cm in height are sprayed with a herbicide. The rate of action of the preparation depends on the air temperature and other weather and climatic conditions. The optimum conditions enabling to apply it are the temperature from +12°С up to +25°С, sufficient moisture of the soil and the absence of precipitation within three hours after the preparation was entered.

Spray Material Consumption Standards

200-300
L/ha

Compatibility

The preparation is compatible with most herbicides. When there is a high number of sow-thistles and birch weeds, it is appropriate tank mixes with the 2.4-D-based herbicide. However, in each particular case, before the tank mixture is prepared it should be tested whether is compatible or not.

Precautions in Use

In order to ensure the conditions for the complete destruction of the root system of perennial cereal weeds for at least 15 days after the preparation has been applied, it is prohibited to conduct mechanical treatment of soil.