Aisi 642 WG

Aisi 642 WG

Systemic post emergence herbicide against annual and perennial gramineous and dicotyledonous weeds in maize.
Active ingredient rimsulfuron, 32.5 g/kg + dicamba, 609 g/kg
Formulation water dispersible granules
Packing 385 g
Mode of action rimsulfuron is rapidly absorbed by plants, moves quickly to the points of growth and stops cell division in them. Dicamba moves from roots to the points of growth and from land to the root system.
Crop Dose rate, g/ha Weed Terms of application
Maize 307-385 Annual and perennial gramineous and dicotyledonous weeds Spraying the crops in phase of 2-6-leaves

It is compatible with most pesticides. However, in each separate case, the agents must be checked for compatibility. It cannot be used with organophosphate insecticides, herbicides (MCPA), fertilizers for foliar application in tank mixtures.

  • the action is observed in 2-3 hours after spraying. First signs of destruction of weeds can be observed in 3-7 days after treatment. Weeds are destroyed within 7-21 days after treatment.
  • warm and humid weather increases the effect of the herbicide whereas cool and dry weather slows it down. The rain which has dropped out in three hours after treatment does not reduce the effectiveness of the product;
  • it is not recommended to use the product on parental lines of maize, sweet corn and popcorn;
  • the product is more effective when it is used at early stages of development of active vegetative weeds. If the corn which had been processed by the product was lost for any reason, it is possible to re-sow corn.
  • dose rate of the working fluid during ground spraying is 200–400 liters per hectare. It is necessary to cover the whole area and spray the plants heavily while applying the product.
  • reliable control of a wide range of annual and perennial grasses and dicotyledonous weeds, including ragweed, thistle, foxtail and others;
  • it is rapidly absorbed by plants; it moves to the points of growth of weeds and stops their growth within a few hours after treatment;
  • best price-efficiency ratio.

Aleppo grass, common coach-grass, bristle-grass, millet, wild oat, crabgrass, timothy, Diplotaxis tenuifolia, corn poppy, wild camomile, thistle, ragweed, common chickweed, nettle, amaranth, goose grass, spurge, sow thistle, common mugwort, Capsella bursa-pastoris, common sunflower, bitterling, dock, wild radish, black nightshade, field bindweed, orach, mallow, field mint, common cocklebur.