Mechanism of action
"The germicide has a systemic activity, is quickly absorbed by the leaves and other aerial parts of weeds and transferred to the growing points of shoots and rhizomes. The herbicide disrupts the synthesis of lipids, which leads to the death of the plant. The germicide affects only the weeds that occur in crops at the time of treatment. It does not penetrate through the soil and does not affect weeds that appear after treatment."
Period of protective action
At observance of technology of cultivation of agricultural crops Miura® protects crops against annual grass weeds after treatment until the end of the growing season.
|Crop||Germicide consumption rate, l/kg/ha||Harmful object||Way, time, characteristics of germicide use|
|Sugar beet, soy||0,4 - 0,8||Annual grain crops||Spraying crops in the phase of 2-4 weed leaves|
|0,8 - 1,2||Perennial grain crops||Spraying crops at the height of weeds 10-15 cm|
|Sunflower, onion, carrot, cabbage, potato, rape||0,4 - 1,2||Annual and perennial grain crops||Spraying crops in the phase of 2-4 weed leaves|
|Active substance||Quizalofop-P-ethyl 125 g/l|
|Preparative form||Emulsion concentrate|
|Crop||Sunflower, soy, potato, sugar beet, onion, cabbage, carrot, rape|
|Pack size||5 l|