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NAPALM Forte

NAPALM Forte

WIDE RANGE OF ACTION
FOR
CORN/MAIZE

The non-selective herbicide of a system action, designed for the destruction of annual and perennial, cereal and dicotyledonous weeds.

Active Fraction Content Potash salt / red muriate of glyphosate, 550 g/L

Chemical Group Glycine derivatives

Preparative Form Water-soluble concentrate

WHO Classification III class (Moderate toxicity substance

Advantages of product

The preparation can be used before the culture sprouting without any further adverse action.

The preparation is resistant to washing off.

The preparation is effective and reliable for the fight against the most harmful weeds.

The high-concentrate formulation: by 5% higher than in the preparations-analogues and more efficient by 50% in comparison with the traditional formulation of glyphosate.

The active substance rapidly moves through a plant and reaches its root system.

Mechanism of Action

When plants are treated a spray solution fully covers the plant leaves, rapidly penetrates inside of plants by reaching the roots thereof, potash salt/red muriate of glyphosate becomes act immediately after application (spraying), evidence thereof is the decrease twofold a period for receiving a result (12 – 15 days when treated with potash salt/red muriate of glyphosate). The spray solution based on potash salt/red muriate of glyphosate thoroughly (up to 100%) covers a plant due to which an area of the herbicide contact with a plant is maximum that guarantees an optimum quantity of the active substance penetrating inside of a plant and effectiveness of the preparation applied.

Preparation Properties

The preparation of a new generation of Napalm Forte glyphosates adversely acts on both over-ground and the root part of the annual and perennial, dicotyledonous and cereal weeds, due thereto completely releases field from weeds for the next cultures in crop rotation and facilitates harvesting.

Consumption Standards & Application Terms

Culture, weed to be treated
Destructive Weeds
Application Method
Consumption Standards, L/ha
Culture, weed to be treated
Fruits and vinelands
Destructive Weeds
Annual cereal and dicotyledonous weeds
Perennial cereal and dicotyledonous weeds
Application Method
Spraying the vegetating weeds in the spring and summer seasons.
Consumption Standards, L/ha
2,0-4,0
Culture, weed to be treated
The fields designed for seeding sunflowers, rapes, medick (Medicago gen.), and perennial grasses.
Destructive Weeds
Annual and perennial cereal and dicotyledonous weeds.
Application Method
Spraying the vegetating weeds in the spring season.
Consumption Standards, L/ha
1,5-3,0
Culture, weed to be treated
The fields designed for seeding spring sown cereals, corn/maize, sunflowers, castor beans (Ricinus communis), sugar beets, vegetables, soybeans, and bast fibre (Linum).
Destructive Weeds
Annual and perennial cereal and dicotyledonous weeds.
Application Method
Spraying the vegetating weeds in the spring season, after harvesting the previous ones.
Consumption Standards, L/ha
2,0-4,0
Culture, weed to be treated
Fallows
Destructive Weeds
Annual and perennial cereal and dicotyledonous weeds.
Perennial cereal and dicotyledonous weeds.
Application Method
Spraying the weeds when they are actively growing.
Consumption Standards, L/ha
2,0-4,0
Culture, weed to be treated
Corn/Maize
Destructive Weeds
2 weeks prior to harvesting when seed moisture is at most 30%.
Application Method
Spraying in the vegetation period.
Consumption Standards, L/ha
Desiccation by an aero-method 2.4 L/ha

Recommendations for Use

Application Features

The preparation should be used, taking into account the weeds development phase optimum for treatment: - for perennial cereal grasses - 4-5 leaves per a plant at the height of 10-20 cm; - for perennial broad-leaved weeds – at the flowering phase, but before they start ageing; - for annual cereals – when a leaf reaches the length of at least 5 cm; - for the annual broad-leaved weeds – when 2 real leaves appear. The optimum conditions for the preparation to be applied are the temperature from + 12°C up to + 25°C, sufficient moisture of the soil and the absence of precipitation for 30 minutes after the preparation has been entered.

Compatibility

The preparation can be used in tank mixes along with commonly used herbicides and nitrogen fertilizers. Before use, it is required to test the mixture whether its components are compatible or not.

Spray Material Consumption Standards

150 – 200 L/ha of the spray solution at the pressure of 2 – 3 atm

Precaution in Use

It is prohibited to treat the soil before entering and within 7 days after Napalm Forte has been entered. The different sensitivity of weeds to glyphosates should be taken into account, by selecting thoroughly the rate of consumption, especially in mixtures.