Capazine 1 l
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avasolt plant protection technology:
For arable crops, on soils with a serum-hydrous matter content of more than 3%, the product may be applied at a dose of 3,0-6,0 l/ha before or after sowing until germination, provided that the sown seeds are covered by a fine crumbly layer of soil at least 3 cm thick. Small seedlings must not come into contact with the product. The treatment should be applied at 20-30% moisture content in sunflowers and 30-40% in maize.
For stand drying, apply 2,0 l/ha in weed-free sunflower and maize and 5,0 l/ha in areas heavily infested with perennial weeds. After harvesting the crop it may be applied on the stubble at 3,0-6,0 l/ha.
The product may be applied at 3,0-6,0 l/ha to orchards and vineyards over three years old. Care must be taken to avoid spraying on green parts of the crop, which may be damaged. This can be ensured by using a sprayer with a protective disk or other special spraying techniques.
In pasture and grassland renovation, 3,5-5,0 l/ha may be used prior to emergence or reseeding.
In spruce, silver fir, black spruce and conifer plantations over two years old, the product can be applied at dormant stage at a rate of 3,5-5,0 l/ha with a full surface treatment, using a controlled spray to protect young shoots from the product. In tree production, apply at a concentration of 3.5% to control stump cankers.
In non-agricultural areas: roads, road embankments, drainage ditches, electricity, gas and petroleum pipelines, airports, industrial sites, fuel stations, railway lines, residential areas and, where not prohibited by local regulations, cemeteries, for total weed control at a rate of 5,0-6,7 l/ha.
For weed control in unlined canals, fish ponds, marshy areas, reeds and sedges, apply at 5,0-6,7 l/ha.
For seed-borne weeds, apply at the lower rate specified in the authorisation document. For seed-borne dicotyledonous weeds the treatment should be applied at 4 to 8 true leaf phenology and for seed-borne monocotyledonous weeds at 3 to 5 leaf stage.
In the case of perennial dicotyledonous and perennial monocotyledonous weeds, the product should be applied at the intensive growth stage to ensure that the active substance is also released into the underground reproductive formations of the weed.
Tarack wheat, pine needles, reeds are most effective in the autumn when nutrient flow to the rhizomes is most intense. The optimum time for treatment is at flowering for succulents and at the time when the leaves are in leaf rosette for field acacia.
Taking into account the meteorological conditions, glyphosate is most effective between 15-25 °C and high humidity. To be effective, it is important that no precipitation occurs within 6 hours after treatment so that the active ingredient can be absorbed into the weed without any residual damage.
In arable crops, before and after sowing until germination, when the sown seeds are covered with a layer of fine crumbs at least 3 cm thick. This technology cannot be used on soils with less than 3% organic matter.
For the treatment of perennial weeds after they have been tilled to 15-30 cm. Tillage should be carried out shallowly, in such a way that the stubble is broken up and the dormant buds are thus also thrown out. In non-agricultural areas: roads, road embankments, drainage ditches in impervious condition, industrial installations, petrol stations, airports, railway lines, total weed control where not prohibited by local regulations. Total weed control in residential areas, small gardens, cemeteries, where not prohibited by local ordinance.
Weed control of unlined canals, ditch banks against reeds, sedges and other perennial weeds which are difficult to control.
For weed control in pasture and grassland when renovating pasture and grassland prior to breaking up or reseeding. In lucerne, in the form of spot treatment or complete surface treatment in areas heavily infested with alfalfa. For spot treatment, use at a concentration of 0,2-0,3%. For complete surface treatments, the dose is 0,5-0,7 l/ha. The treatment may slightly retard alfalfa growth until the next mowing, therefore full surface treatment is only recommended in heavily infested areas. Treatment should be applied 5-7 days after mowing of the alfalfa. It is not recommended for use on seed-bearing alfalfa or at the seed set stage.
In forestry crops, it may be used for weed and shrub control on any tree species prior to afforestation. After felling, use at a concentration of 3,5 % to control stump borers. For forestry weed control only in spruce, Scots pine and cork pine plantations over two years old. For the protection of pine plantations, the product may be applied when a protective wax layer has formed on the needles.
In vineyards and fruit orchards: table grapes, wine grapes, apple (apple, pear, quince, pear), stone fruit (cherry, sour cherry, peach, nectarine, apricot, currant, plum) and nuts (walnut, almond, hazelnut, chestnut).
To be applied only in plantations over 3 years old, using spray nozzles with protective discs or other special spraying techniques. Treatment should be carried out in the spring until the shoots start to grow or in the autumn after fruit harvest. If the weed cover warrants, treatment can be carried out between the two dates with increased precaution. Care should be taken during application not to get the spray on the green parts of the crop (shoots, leaves) as this will cause permanent damage. Seedlings less than 3 years old, which have not yet atrophied, will also be damaged by the active substance.
Stand drying in sunflower, rape, maize, soybean crops:
Apply at the lower dose for the crop in weedy stands and the higher dose in weedy areas.
The treatment should be applied at 20-30% moisture content of the stubble in sunflower and 30-40% moisture content of the grain in maize.
In oilseed rape, treatment should be applied when at least 60% of the seeds in the middle third of the beet level are brown, the beet being still green.
In soybeans, it may be applied after the pods have turned yellowish brown when the moisture content of the soybean bean seeds is around 30%.
In rape and soybean, application must be by ground machinery only (bridge tractor).
Application in seed production is not recommended.
For pre-harvest weed control in winter wheat and winter and spring barley, to facilitate harvesting, only apply with a sled-tillage machine on areas heavily infested with perennial weeds (tarack wheat, reeds, river cane, etc.), at least 14 days before the planned harvest.
The product is non-selective and may damage surrounding crops if spray drift occurs!
Only in sunflower and maize, on at least 10 ha contiguous area, using a drip-heavier additive. Spray application rate: 50-60 litres/ha. The treatments must be carried out in full compliance with the safety requirements laid down in the legislation on aerial crop protection.
Application by hydraulic tractor:
Application by a ground machine with a high ground clearance (150 cm) is only possible with the addition of a spray drift inhibitor.
To protect non-target plants, attention must be paid to drift during spraying!The product may be combined with a traction additive (e.g. Nonit) and/or a nitrogen fertiliser to improve and improve absorption and sometimes to speed up the effect. Combination with other products is not necessary or advisable.
Do not use in windy weather because of the risk of drift.
Air application may be ineffective at temperatures above 25ºC due to the risk of evaporation.
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