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STARGEZAN 500 SC

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A pre-emergence and post-emergence selective herbicide to control annual grasses and dicotyledonous weeds in crops.

Active ingredient: prometrin, 500 g/l
Formulation: suspension concentrate
Packing: 20 l
Mode of action: Active ingredient inhibits photosynthesis of sensitive weeds. The product is absorbed both by sprouts and roots of germinating weeds if it is used before sprouting. Effect on leaves that have already sprouted occurs through leaves.
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Field of usage

Crop

Dose rate,
l/ha

Weed

Terms of application

Sunflower

2.0-4.0

Annual grasses and dicotyledonous weeds

Before sowing or before culture shoots

Soy

3.0-5.0

Annual grasses and dicotyledonous weeds

Spraying the soil before the emergence of the crop

Compatibility

Stargezan 500 SC combines well with the herbicide Pioneer 900 EC, which expends the range of actions on annual dicotyledonous weeds. It can also be mixed with other commonly used herbicides for the corresponding cultures. However, the agents must be checked for compatibility in each case.

Application features

• Doze rate of the product depends on the mechanical composition of the soil and potential infestation. A minimum recommended dose is used for thin-humous, psammitic soils, loamy and for the soil with high humus content, the maximum recommended dose is used.
• High-quality pre-sowing soil handling is a basic requirement for the best effect.
• It is recommended to apply the agent to a depth of 2-3 cm in case of dry weather conditions or if there is a lack of soil moisture.
• After the agent has been applied do not carry out row cultivation – it reduces the impact on weeds.

Product’s advantages

• It has a long-term protective effect (for 6-10 weeks), it depends on the soil, climate and doze rate of the product.
• It provides a reliable protection of crops due to the wide range of actions on the annual dicotyledonous weeds.
• It is a perfect partner for mixtures with other soil herbicides.
• There is no after effect on the following crops in rotation.

List of the main sensitive weeds

Field bindweed (species), melilot, ivy-leaved speedwell, shepherd’s purse, galinsoga, field mustard, betony, thorn apple, winterweed, stinging nettle, prickly grass, pigweed, common coltsfoot, palm-grass (species), common sow thistle (shoots from seeds), corn chamomile, field penny-cress, spurrey, beggar-ticks, smooth pigweed.