Superklin 480 SL

Superklin 480 SL

Systemic general effect herbicide to control a wide range of annual and perennial grasses and dicotyledonous weeds.
Active ingredient isopropylamine salt of glyphosate, 480 g/l, acid equivalent 360 g/l
Formulation soluble concentrate
Packing 20 L
Mode of action penetrating through the leaves and other green parts of the plant, it is carried to all organs including the root system. Disturbs the synthesis of a vegetative enzyme, destroys the mechanism of metabolism, inhibits respiration and photosynthesis as a result the plant dies.
Crop Dose rate, l/ha Weed Methods and terms of application, restrictions
Fields for sowing of sugar beet, potato, soybean, rape, alfalfa, flax, vegetables, melons, maize, cereals, grasses for seeds 2.0–5.0 Annual and perennial weeds Spraying of vegetative weeds is carried out in spring 2 weeks before planting ( all mechanical tillage must be excluded, except for early-spring moisture closing)
Potato 2 Annual and perennial weeds Spraying is carried out two days before sprouts appear
Fields intended for sowing spring grains, castor-oil plant, sunflower, potato, rapeseed, vegetables, vine crop, grasses for seeds 2.0-4.0 4.0–6.0 Annual weeds Perennial weeds Spraying is carried out in autumn after the harvest of preceding crop.
Non-agricultural land use (the right of way of power lines, gas and oil pipelines, road verges, railway embankments) 3.0–6.0 Annual and perennial weeds Spraying of vegetative weeds
Fallow land 2.0–4.0 Annual grasses and dicotyledonous weeds Spraying weeds during their active growth
Fallow land 4.0–6.0 Perennial grasses and dicotyledonous weeds Spraying weeds during their active growth
Cereals 3 Desiccation by land transport and by aviation method Spraying of crops is carried out two weeks before harvest, when grain moisture content does not exceed 30%
Spraying of crops is carried out two weeks before harvest, when grain moisture content does not exceed 30% 3 Desiccation by land transport and by aviation method Spraying of crops is carried out in the early phase of the browning of baskets.
Spring and winter rape 3 Desiccation by land transport and by aviation method Spraying of crops is carried out when the pods of the culture is 70% brown
Household plots intended for sowing and planting of vegetables, including potato 40 – 60 ml for 5 liters of water per 100 square meters Annual and perennial weeds Spraying of vegetative weeds is carried out in autumn after the harvest of a preceding crop.(when the weed is 10-20cm high three weeks before plowing)

The product is compatible with most pesticides and liquid fertilizers. However, in each separate case, the components must be checked for compatibility in a tank mixture.

  • all weeds must be in a period of active growth;
  • do not treat the soil before applying the product and during 2 -3 weeks after application. When there are some changes in climatic conditions (the temperature falls down) the effect of the action slows down;
  • do not treat the soil in extreme weather conditions (drought, frost, rain);
  • dose rate depends on the amount of weeds and their species composition;
  • dose rate of the working solution during 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.
  • highly effective against annual and perennial weeds, including such weeds as field bindweed, sow thistle, couch grass and others;
  • clears the field reliably of the rhizomatous weeds and weeds with roots for the next crop rotation;
  • degrades rapidly in the soil and does not create any problems for the next crops.
Dose rate, l/ha Sensitive weeds
2.0-2.5 Shepherd's purse, yellow bristle grass, oat (species), orache (species), poppy, common chickweed, common spurrey
2.5–3.0 common betony, wild mustard, prickly sowthistle, field pansy, gallant soldier, scentless mayweed, crabgrass (species)
3.0 – 4.0 Silky bent grass, creeping false grass, cockspur grass, orache (species), white dead nettle, solanum nigrum, perennial sowthistle, plantain (species), bitterling (species), scratchweed, livid amaranth, burning nettle
4.0–5.0 Spurge (species), crowfoot (species), burdock (species), thorn apple, mint (species)
5.0 – 6.0 Coreopsis, big-sting nettle, common Saint-John's wort, bluebottle, common speedwell, Canada thistle
6.0–8.0 Field sow thistle, cornbind, field horsetail, reed (species), reed mace, groundnut peavine