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PIONEER 900 EC

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A selective pre-emergence herbicide to control dicotyledonous and annual cereal weeds on maize, sunflower and soybean.

Active ingredient:acetochlor, 900 g/l
Formulation:emulsifiable concentrate
Packing:1 L, 5 L, 10 L, 20 L
Mode of action:is absorbed by the weed sprouts, inhibits cell growth and division, breaking their protein and lipid metabolism which leads to irreversible process and death.
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Field of usage

Crop

Dose rate,
l/ha

Treatment/terms of application

Maize

1.5-3.0

Spraying the soil before planting, during planting and after planting but before the emergence of crops

Sunflower

1.5-2.5

Spraying the soil before planting, during planting and after planting but before the emergence of crops

Soybeans

1.5-2.5

Spraying the soil before planting, during planting and after planting but before the emergence of crops

Railway

2.0-3.0

Spraying railroad before the emergence of weeds

Compatibility

Depending on the field infestation and weed species, Pioneer 900 EC can be used in tank mixtures with other soil herbicides which are allowed to be used on corn, sunflower and soybean.

Application features

basic requirement for developing high herbicide effect is the quality of the seedbed preparation (large lumps increase the area of absorption, reducing the effectiveness of the product);
after application, it is necessary to incorporate it into the soil by light or moderate harrows and in case of drought the soil must be pressed;
use the minimum of a recommended dose on the humus-poor and light-textured soils and maximum of a recommended dose on the loamy, heavy and high-humus soils;
apply the product in irriguous soil for better results;
doze rate of the working solution during the ground spraying is 200-300 liters per hectare. It is necessary to cover the whole area while applying the product;

Product’s advantages

it provides crops with a good start and further development, resulting in the death of the weed competitors even before they are on the surface;
it reduces the number of mechanical tillage that retains moisture and productive topsoil;
it doesn’t accumulate in the environment and is rapidly degraded in soil.

List of the main sensitive weeds

Highly sensitive

Middle-sensitive

Relatively sensitive

Amarantus (species)

Crabgrass (species)

Shepherd’s purse

Scentless mayweed

True millet

Ragweed

Spurry

Lambsquarter goosefoot

Bitterling

Winterweed

Speedwell (species)

Wild buckwheat

Bristle grass (species)

Common fumitory

Field mustard

Black nightshade

Field pennycress

Prickly grass

Common purslane

Common nipplewort

Barnyard grass