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SAMUM 150 SL

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A universal desiccant of contact action to dry sunflower. It is a contact and systemic herbicide of continuous action to control weeds.

Active ingredient:diquat dibromide, 150 g/l
Formulation:soluble concentrate
Packing:1 L, 5 L, 10 L, 20 L
Mode of action:penetrates quickly into the plant and accelerates ripening evenly, which allows gathering harvest in time.
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Field of usage

Crop

Dose rate,
l/ha

Terms of application

Sunflower

2.0–3.0

Spraying of crops in the early phase of the browning of baskets (sunflower seed moisture is not more than 30-35%)

Soybean

Spraying of crops in the phase of the onset of browning of lower level beans with seed moisture not more than 35–40%

Compatibility

Samum 150 SL is compatible with urea or ammonium nitrate. Tank mixtures with other pesticides are not recommended because of mismatching of product use.

Application features

the product is applied by spraying sunflowers in a phase of browning baskets; early treatment can reduce the harvest;
it is necessary to cover the whole area and spray the plants heavily while applying the product;
treatment is recommended to carry out in the evening or during the day provided the weather is cloudy;
spraying is prohibited if the wind speed is more than 3-4 m/s;
doze rate of the working solution for ground sprayers is 200-300 l/ha, for aircraft treatments 50-70 l/ha.

Product’s advantages

produces extremely rapid product effect and convincing result;
dries a weed (except crops) which makes harvesting easier;
it is quickly absorbed by plants and provides rapid and equal ripening; as a result it saves costs in final drying of seeds;
gives possibility to obtain seeds with low humidity and doesn’t change the fatty acid composition;
stops the development and spread of diseases such as white and gray mold of sunflower, potato blight and others;
the active ingredient of contact action degrades quickly in the plant, so you can use the product on seed plots and edible crops.