Baccard 125 EC

Baccard 125 EC

A herbicide with systemic action to control annual and perennial gramineous weeds.
Active ingredient quizalofop-p-ethyl, 125 g/l
Formulation emulsifiable concentrate
Packing 5 L
Mode of action It has a high systemic activity. The active substance is rapidly absorbed by the leaves and other aerial parts of weeds and transferred to the points of growth of bourgeons and rootstocks.
Crop Dose rate, l/ha Terms of application Weed
Beet (sugar and garden), onion, carrot, cabbage, potato, grape, sunflower  0,4–0,8 Spraying in the phase 2–4 weed’s leaves Annual gramineous weeds
0,8–1,2 Spraying at the height of the weed’s 10–15 cm Perennial gramineous weeds

The herbicide can be used in tank mixes with the active ingredients — phenmedipham + desmediphan and clopyralid on the crops of beet and with approved herbicides against dicotyledonous weeds in crops of soy and flax.

But in each case it is necessary to check for compatibility of the agents. First, you need to prepare a solutions of the products in separate containers. Each subsequent component is added after complete dissolution of the previous one.

  • the dose rate of the spray material is 200–400 l/hа. In case of dense crop planting or high infestation the dose rate of spray material should be increased;
  • the maximum effect is achieved when weeds are in the stage of active growth, with warm weather and moist soil;
  • the efficicacy may be reduced during precipitation within two hours after treatment;
  • the row cultivation should be avoided for 2–3 weeks after treatment;
  • the product can be used in admixture with insecticides and fungicides;
  • subject to cropping technology it protects crops from annual gramineous weeds after treatment until the end of the growing season.
  • systemic action;
  • effectively destroys almost all types of gramineous weeds (not just their aerial part, but the root system);
  • can be used without restriction at all stages of development of cultivated plants;
  • compatible in tank mixtures with herbicides, used against dicots weeds;
  • long-term effects — can be used in a wide range of developmental phases crops and weeds;
  • high impact at low doses (0,8–1,0 l/ha) against previous crops;
  • low phytotoxicity;
  • it rapidly degraded in soil and water and no adverse effects on subsequent cereal crops;
  • no restrictions on crop rotation.

Annual weeds: ribbon grass, brome grass, foxtail grass, silky bent grass, annual meadow grass, bastard oat , ryegrass, barnyard grass, red millet, self-seed crops, green foxtail grass, yellow-foxtail grass.

Perennial weeds: signal grass, aleppo grass, fowl grass, white bent, couch grass, beardless ryegrass, scutch grass, common reed.