VEGETATION TECHNOLOGY: In grassland, the product should be applied preemergence after sowing before emergence or postemergence after crop emergence until the onset of tillering. In rice, apply after emergence of the crop at 1-2 leaf stage or preemergence within 3 days after sowing. In maize, the product should be applied preemergence after sowing of the crop, or early postemergence at the ear stage of the maize before emergence. In sunflowers, the product should be applied preemergence within 3 days after sowing or by working the product into the soil at a depth of 1-2 cm before sowing. In tobacco, sprayed on the soil before planting or worked into the soil at a depth of 2-4 cm. For duck control, 10 to 20 ml of 1,5 % spray per tobacco plant at 1 to 3 cm of duck development. In potatoes, spray the product preemergence after the final bush hills have formed, until the potato sprouts are 3-4 cm below the soil surface. In peas and broad beans, preemergence treatment should be applied within 4-5 days after sowing. In soybeans, apply preemergence within 2-3 days after sowing or shallowly before sowing, working 1-2 cm into the soil. In alfalfa, for control of alfalfa dormancy, apply in early spring when the alfalfa is dormant in stands over one year old. In onions, apply preemergence immediately after planting onions and seed-bearing mother onions, or within 3 days after sowing in the case of seeded onions. In the case of carrots and parsley, the product should be sprayed preemergence within 4-5 days after sowing, and in the case of celery, 8-10 days before planting. Tomato and pepper seedlings should be applied 8-10 days before planting. Apply 8-10 days before planting seedlings of cabbage, kale, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, kohlrabi. In the case of apple and stone fruit crops, the product should be sprayed in early spring on a weed-free, fine crumbly soil surface. In berry crops, apply in early spring on a well-worked soil surface. In grapes, the preparation should be applied in early spring, before the vines fade, on well-worked, fine-grained soil. In herb and medicinal plant crops, the product should be sprayed pre-emergence. For ornamentals, treatments should be carried out during the dormant period of the bulbs. In forestry crops, treatments should be applied before fading, at dormancy and before the emergence of weeds. SUSPECT OF EFFECT, PRINCIPLE OF EFFECT: The product is effective against seed-borne monocotyledonous and some dicotyledonous weeds. 5-15 mm of rainfall is required to be effective. IMPORTANT COMBINATIONS AND THEIR ADVANTAGES: May be combined with all pre-emergent herbicides authorised in the above crops. SPECIAL ADVANTAGES: Flexibility of use is good against cock's-foot, silk mallow, wild millet, and muharfruit and goosefoot annual chickweed excellent ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: Occupational Health Waiting Time: 0 days Food Health Waiting Time: tobacco: 30 days, no restrictions for use as directed in other crops Traffic Category: III. Authorisation No: 11104/2002 FVM, 1399/2006 NTKSz, 02.5/4426/1/2007 MgSzHK Shelf life: 3 years in original closed packaging in a dry, cool place in a controlled storage area.