Mode of action:
Tembotrion as a representative of the atricetone group acts as an inhibitor and leads to a disorder of the synthesis of carotenoids that leads to the decay of chlorophyll in cells of weed plants. Visible signs of action are the bleached treated weeds that are accompanied by necrosis and mint. Tienecarbazone-methyl prevents the creation of a specific enzyme (ALS inhibitor) and thus leads to cessation of growth of weeds, color change, drying and finally decay. The protector that contains it acts to accelerate the decomposition of the active substance into the cultivated culture and in the weed does not break down, but on the contrary helps to act the remaining active substances for the destruction of weed plants.
It is used in maize crops in the post-spinning period when the crop is in phase 3-6 (BBCH 13-16) in the amount of 0.25-0.3 L / ha when the weighed weeds are in the phase of 1-3 sheets broadleaf weeds in the phase of 2-4 leaves. For the purpose of achieving full efficiency, it is recommended to use the MERO humidifier in a dose of 2 L / ha. The water consumption is 200-300L / ha.
PREPARATION OF A SOLUTION FOR TREATING:
Mix the necessary amount of the product with water in a separate container. Add the solution to the spray tank in half filled with water. With continuous stirring to supplement the rest of the water.
INTERACTION WITH OTHER PESTICIDES:
It can be combined with preparations based on fluoxypyr, clopyralide, dicamba with the aim of more efficient action of specific weeds. Before combining with other preparations, make a compatibility test.
80 days for corn.
SPECTRUM FOR ACTION:
Broad-leavened weeds: Pelinolis ambrosia – Ambrosia artemisifolia, Polish synapse – Sinapis arvensis, Polygonum lapatifolium, bird pond – P.aviculare, branched loboda – Atriplex patula, chamomile – Matricaria chamomilla, tears of the tears – Abutilon theophrasti, star – Stellaria media, dead nettle – Lamium purpureum, patch – Polygonum persicaria, palmidium – Cirsium arvense, wild white loboda – Chenopodium album, loboda – C.hybridum, black grain – Solanum nigrum, gluten – Galium aparine, shepherd bag – Capsella bursa-pastoris, date – Datura stramonium, uncle – Xanthium strumarium, stamper – Amaranthus spp.
Thin weeds: hairy millet – Echinochloa crus-galli, moar – Setaria glauca, millet – Panicum spp., Chestnut – Sorghum halepense
Mixing with another neuter is not recommended as phytotoxicity may occur. If the crop breaks down, the soil can be reshaped at a depth of 20 cm and sowed again. In normal conditions after 5 months sesame turnip and winter wheat can be sown, after 10 months of sugar beet, soybeans, beans, peas, and after 11 months sunflower and barley. Due to the possibility of phytotoxicity, it is not recommended to be administered in combination with organophosphorus insecticides. If the crop is exposed to stress due to frost, heat, drought or excessive humidity it is recommended that the application of the herbicide be postponed after the termination of the unfavorable conditions.