Rimax 750 WG

Rimax 750 WG

Systemic post-emergence herbicide to control a wide range of annual and perennial weeds in cereals.
Active ingredient tribenuron-methyl, 750 g/kg
Formulation water dispersible granules
Packing 100 g
Mode of action active ingredient blocks cell division of sensitive weeds and stops their growth after a few hours.
Crop Dose rate, g/ha Weed Terms of application
Winter wheat, winter barley 20-25 Annual and perennial dicotyledonous weeds Spraying of crops in a phase of 2-3 leaves up to the flag leaf inclusively
Spring wheat, spring barley 15 Annual and perennial dicotyledonous weeds Spraying of crops in a phase of 2-3 leaves till the leaf tube of the plant

The product is compatible with most pesticides. However, in each separate case, components must be checked for compatibility. Do not use the product in tank mixture with organophosphate insecticides, herbicides MTSPA, fertilizers for foliar feeding.

  • the product is more effective when it is used in the early stages of actively vegetating weeds: annual dicotyledonous (2-4 leaves), bedstraw (3-4 internodes), Canada thistle (socket 4-6 leaves);
  • the first visible signs of the herbicide occur in 7-10 days after application, complete destruction of weeds occurs in 14-21 days. Warm and humid weather accelerates its effect; cool and dry weather slows down its effect;
  • the product is effective at the air temperature of +15°C. Optimal air temperature is from +15°C to +20°C;
  • dose rate of the working solution during the ground spraying is 200-300 liters per hectare;
  • it is necessary to cover the whole area and spray the plants heavily while applying the product.
  • high selectivity for the crops;
  • long period of application – from the appearance of two leaves to a flag leaf of the plant;
  • control of a wide range of problem weeds such as sow thistle, cleavers and others;
  • effects on weeds at a temperature of +5°C;
  • combination of price, quality and efficiency is particularly good;
  • handy packing: 100-gram plastic bottle with a measuring cup;
  • reasonable price and quantity of the product needed per area unit.

Sensitive dicot weeds at the application rate of 20 grams per hectare: descurainia Sofia, field poppy, jointed charlock, chamomile, field mustard, spurry, stinkweed, field thistle, winterweed, nettle, amaranth, shepherd's purse, hedge-nettle, betony, common sunflower,campion (Lychnis), prickly lettuce, bitterling, sisymbrium, crane's bell, erysimum.

Sensitive decot weeds at the application rate of 25 grams per hectare: pig weed up to 3 leaves, dandelion (blowball), goose grass, mallow, knotweed, yellow thistle, corn chrysanthemum.

Resistant weeds: field bondweed, Veronica hederaefolia, corn pansy.