Rondos 750 WG

A highly selective post-emergence systemic herbicide for crops of sunflowers and rape.

Active ingredient:

ethametsulfuron-methyl, 750 g/kg


water dispersible granules


900 g (6 х 150 g watersoluble bags)

Mode of action:

it inhibits the enzyme acetolactate synthase (ALS), as a result, amino acid synthesis is blocked in weeds. The product is absorbed by the leaves mainly and moves within a few hours in a plant, which stops cell division in the shoots and roots of a weed.

Field of usage


Dose rate,


Terms of application


25 – 30 +
SAM Maxium
200 mL/ha

Annual and perennial dicotyledonous weeds

2-4 pairs of true leaves of a culture, at the early stage of weed development


25 – 30 +
SAM Maxium
200 mL/ha

Annual and perennial dicotyledonous weeds

from cotyledons phase to 8 leaves phase of culture at the early stages of the weeds’ development


It is compatible with herbicides, fungicides, growth regulators and fertilizers in the tank mixture. It should not be used with organophosphate insecticides.

Application features

• It is better to use the product at the early stages of development of annual weeds (2-4 leaves).
• The culture is not processed if it is wet from rain or dew.
• The maximum rate should be used (30 grams per hectare) in case of severe infestation as well as increased rate of working solution (300 liters per hectare).
• The culture is not processed if it is under stress.
• It can be used after the application of soil herbicides for widening the spectrum of activity and guarantee the effectiveness of spraying program.

Product’s advantages

• Low dose rate;
• It penetrates quickly into weeds;
• It is capable to show both leaf and soil activity;
• Effective post emergence control of cruciferous and other types of dicotyledonous weeds;
• It is active in both warm and cool weather conditions;

List of the main sensitive weeds

Sensitive types of weeds: common hemp-nettle, wild chamomile, amaranth, common ragweed, wild mustard, field chamomile, shepherd’s purse, Thale-cress, flixweed tensy mustard, field penny-cress, Tripleurospermum inodorum L., crowfoot (species), winterweed.

Middle-sensitive types of weeds: wild buckwheat, muchweed, gallant soldier, nettle, black night shade, field bindweed, Fumaria officinalis, dog’s parsley, white deadly, redshank.

Relatively sensitive types of weeds: goose grass, corn poppy,wild radish, Bachelor’s – button, speedwell (species), violet (species).

Resistant types of weeds: field thistle, sow thistle, tartary lettuce.