Salut 40 OD

Salut 40 OD

Systemic post-emergent herbicide to control annual and perennial cereal and some annual dicotyledonous weeds in maize.
Active ingredient nicosulfuron, 40 g/l
Formulation oil dispersion
Packing 5 L
Mode of action the product is absorbed by the leaves and stems of weeds and moves quickly to the plant root system, blocks enzyme synthesis which is responsible for the biosynthesis of the main amino acids
Crop Dose rate, l/ha Weed Terms of application
Maize   1.25 Perennial grasses (bluegrass, Cuba grass) 3-8 leaves of a crop  
1.00 Annual cereal
1.00 Annual dicotyledonous

The product is compatible in tank mixtures with other herbicides, but check the products for compatibility in each case. Do not use the product in tank mixtures with herbicides based on pyridate, bentazone and 2.4 – D.

  • processing should be carried out in the period of intensive growth of weeds in the initial phase of their development: 2-4 leaves of annual broadleaf, 3-5 leaves of annual cereal, perennial grass weeds to 15 cm;
  • conditions for use: temperature must be not lower than +15°C and not higher than +25°C;
  • spraying is carried out in the morning or in the evening in calm weather;
  • do not work the soil between the rows during the seven-day period before or after the application;
  • do not spray the maize with organophosphorus agents within seven days before and after treatment.
  • it is effective against annual and perennial and some dicotyledonous weeds, destroys malignant cereal perennials such as Cuba grass and couch grass;
  • growth and development of weeds stop within a few hours after the treatment and complete destruction occurs within 14-25 days;
  • can be used in a wide range of development phases of maize: 3-10 leaves;
  • protection period is 1- 1.5 months;
  • does not require the addition of surface-active ingredients;
  • short half-life period, does not affect the following crop rotation;
  • low-toxic: safe for birds and bees.

Sensitive weeds: jointed charlock, scentless mayweed, winterweed, couch grass, Cuba grass, Johnson grass (Sorghum), common oat grass, shepherd's purse, common purslane, prickly grass, bristle grass (species), amaranthus (species).

Middle sensitive weeds: ragweed, pigweed, bitterling.

Relatively sensitive weeds:hedge-nettle betony, marsh woundwort, spurry, goose grass, white deadly, annual thistle.