Mode of action:
Laudis® is a herbicide for the eradication of broad-leaved and narrow-leaved weeds in corn, after sprouting corn and weeds. Laudis® is a herbicide, which in the weeds for which it is intended causes a bleaching effect (bleaching) and the decay of tissues exposed to sunlight due to light decomposition of chlorophyll.
Laudis® is used for the eradication of broad-leaved and narrow-leaved weeds after sprouting and corn and weeds in doses of 1.15 to 2.25 L / ha using 200 to 300 liters of water per hectare.
Time of use: sprouting both the corn and the weeds, ie when the corn has developed a 2-8 real list (12-18 on the VVSN scale). The optimum use time is when the corn has developed a 4-6 real list. Plain weeds are the most sensitive in the phase two leaves until the start of the broaching (12-21 on the VVSN scale), and broadleaf weeds in the phase 2-8 sheets (12-18 on the VVSN scale).
The drug can also be used in divided doses (split application), which are performed in a period of 7-14 days. With both treatments the total dose must not exceed 2,25 L / ha, and the individual dose must not exceed 1,5 L / ha. It is recommended to use 1 L / ha for the first treatment, and for the second 1.25 L / ha
The agent can be used on the same surface at most once a season or twice, if used in divided doses.
Treatment must prevent contamination of watercourses, wells, lakes and springs by observing the regulations for water protection. The tool must not be used in a 15-meter belt from the waterfront of the 1st category and 10 meters from the waterside of the 2nd category.
The remedy does not affect the weeds that will be eradicated after treatment. Shake well before use!
Take care when entering the neighboring broadleaf crops (peas, sunflower, sugar beet, soybeans, potatoes, beet). In order to reduce the risk of phytotoxicity, the distance between sensitive crops and the surface treated with Laudis® should be at least 1 meter.
On surfaces treated with Laudis® in the event of premature coronification of corn, it is possible to sow:
4 months after treatment: oil, salad, carrots, barley
5 months after treatment: wheat, onion, chicory, alfalfa
6 months after treatment: sunflower, tomatoes
9 months after treatment: sugar beet, peas.
Otherwise, signs of phytotoxicity may occur in these plants.
For the suppression of Calystegia sepium (L.) R.Br. (large slime) and Convolvulus arvensis L. (pollen), it is recommended to mix with a dicamba-based agent.
The warranty is provided with the time of use.
Preparation of the preparation for use:
Shake well before use, shake well in closed containers until homogeneous liquid is obtained. The measured dose of the agent is placed in the spray tank, which is half filled with water. By constant stirring, the spray tank is filled with water to the required quantity. Mixing is continued until the spray solution is wasted.
The product is stored in the original sealed packaging in a dark and dry, ventilated and locked place at a temperature between 5 and 30 oC.
Keep away from food, beverages and fodder, as well as in places not accessible for children and unprofessionals.
Safety at work:
When working, make sure that the product does not come into contact with eyes, skin and clothing. Do not spray when the weather is windy or too hot. Spraying particles of the product must not be inhaled. Protective clothing, rubber boots, impermeable gloves and face shield are used. During work, the product must not be eaten, drunk or smoked. In case of contamination and / or suspicion of poisoning, work is immediately discontinued and measures are taken according to the first aid kit. After finishing work, you should thoroughly wash and drain. Wash and clean all precautions.