Mechanism of action
Active substances of the germicide inhibit the formation of acetolactate synthase enzyme involved in the synthesis of essential amino acids. The herbicide has systemic action and is absorbed through leaves and roots and moves easily in the weeds, stopping their growth.
Spectrum of action
Magnum® super is highly effective against many species of annual and some perennial eudicot weeds, such as storksbill, common ragweed (seedlings), thistle (species), nipplewort, wild germander (species), geranium (species), knotweed (species), peas seed, wild and black mustard, Tatar buckwheat, hedge mustard, Sofia tansy mustard, Diwali annual, treacle erysimum, chickweed, coleseed, nettle, common groundsel, corn buttercup, pigweed, Canada fleabane, dandelion, sow-thistle (species), blind weed, hemp nettle (species), sunflower weed, field chamomile, wild radish, chamomile (species), narrow-leaf hawk's beard, Silene vulgaris, Rumex crispus, Amaranthus retroflexus, delicate chorispora, Viola arvensis, Lamium purpureum, Thlaspi arvense, etc. When treatment herbicide acts on both sprouted and growing weeds.
|Crop||Germicide consumption rate, kg/hectare||Way, time, characteristics of germicide use|
|Spring wheat and barley||9-12||Ground or aircraft spraying in the phase of tillering and early growth stages of weeds mixed with a surfactant Adieu®|
|Active substance||Metsulfuron-methyl 300 g/kg
Tribenuron-methyl 450 g/kg
|Preparative form||Water dispersible granules|
|Pack size||0,1 kg|