Compatible with other pesticides. But should not be used with organophosphorus insecticides. However, in each case it is necessary to check the compatibility of the components in the tank mixture.
• it is better to use the product at the early stages of development of annual weeds (2-4 leaves);
• do not handle if the crop is wet from rain or dew, or is under stress;
• when using Rondos 750 WG on sunflower, it is not recommended to mix with graminicides, fertilizers and micronutrients;
• should not be used with organophosphorus insecticides;
• must be used with SAM Maxium.
• has high efficiency against species of polygonum (scabrum, persicaria), amaranthus, matricaria chamomilla, galeopsis tetrahit, Urtica, Geranium and other;
• significantly suppresses problem weeds: Convolvulus arvensis, Galium aparine, Capsella bursa-pastoris, solanum nigrum. Cereal weed control is also observed in many field situations (Setaria sp., Echinochloa crus-galli);
• Rondos is a safe product for typical crop rotations. The next crop after rapes can be sown wheat, barley, corn, sunflower, soybeans.
• low dose rate;
• effective post emergence control of cruciferous and other types of dicotyledonous weeds;
• it is active in both warm and cool weather conditions.
• provides the unique opportunity to control cabbage (cruciferous) weed species in rapeseed crops;
• effectively controls the wide range of other dicotyledonous weeds, including chamomile, galeopsis tetrahit, geranium, amaranthus and polygonum. Inhibits Convolvulus arvensis, Galium aparine;
• highly selective and safe for culture;
• wide range of application;
• flexibility and manufacturability in the use of tank mixture and combined programs protection.
Optimal weather conditions for application
Preparation of the tank mixture
Weather conditions during the period of application
from + 12°С to + 25°С
It is forbidden to make application if the wind speed more than 3-4 m/s
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: muchweed, gallant soldier, nettle, black night shade, field bindweed, Fumaria officinalis, dog’s parsley, white deadly, redshank, goose grass.
Relatively sensitive types of weeds: corn poppy,wild radish, Bachelor’s – button, speedwell (species), violet (species), ragweed, wild buckwheat.
Resistant types of weeds: field thistle, sow thistle, tartary lettuce.