Eclat 750 WG + SAM Maxium

Eclat 750 WG + SAM Maxium

A highly effective herbicide to control weeds in maize. It is used together with surfactant Maxium.
Active ingredient thifensulfuron-methyl, 250 g/kg + rimsulfuron, 500 g/kg
Formulation water dispersible granules
Packing 1 kg
Mode of action Herbicide molecules are absorbed by the leaves of weeds; it penetrates quickly to the tips of the root system and stops cell division by affecting the enzyme system of a plant.
 Crop  Dose rate, l/ha Weeds   Terms of application
Maize 20-25** g/ha + SAM Maxium 200 ml/ha Annual and perennial grasses and dicotyledonous weeds Опрыскивание посевов в фазе 3–5 листьев культуры

 

SAM Maxium Is used together with the herbicide Eclat 750 WG (thifensulfuron-methyl, 250 g/kg + rimsulfuron, 500 g/kg).

 Active ingredient:  esodecyl alcohol ethoxylate, 900 g/l
 Packing:  5 L
 Mode of action:  intensifies and accelerates the action of the herbicide on weeds due to dissolution of the lipid layer on leaves

 

 

 

Can be mixed with other herbicides commonly used on the appropriate crops. However, check the products for compatibility in each case.

  • the product is used in the 3-5-leaf phase of a crop;
  • the best effect is achieved against annual grasses (from 2-3 leaves to tillering) and dicotyledonous weeds (from 2-4 leaves) which are at the stage of intensive growth;
  • the maximum doze rate of the product is used against common witch-grass in a 2-3-leaf phase of a weed;
  • it is better to kill perennial grasses when their height is 10-15 cm in the ratio of Eclat 750 WG 25g/ha + SAM Maxium 200 ml/ha;
  • the best temperature to use the product is in the range from +12°C to +25°C;
  • do not use the product on corn fields within 14 days before or after treatment with organophosphorus insecticides;
  • the processing is not carried out if the culture is affected by a disease, damaged by pests or is under stress (cold, drought).
  • essential product in modern technologies of corn vegetative;
  • a broad spectrum of controlled dicotyledonous weeds and cereal weeds;
  • low application rates which can significantly reduce herbicide load on the crop;
  • safe for subsequent crops.

Common couch-grass, Aleppo grass, bristle grass (species), cockspur grass, wild oat, foxtail (species), Shepherd’s purse, green amaranth, common fumitory, bitterling (species), goose grass, chamomile (species), spurge (species), wild mustard, dock (species), common ragweed, thistle, gallant soldier.