A  herbicide against dicotyledonous weeds in winter and spring rape.

Active ingredient:

clopyralid, 267 g/l + picloram, 67 g/l


soluble concentrate


1 L, 5 L, 10 L, 20 L

Mode of action:

penetrates the leaves of the sensitive weeds, spreads rapidly through the plant causing stunting and deformation of the vegetative organs which leads to their complete destruction.

Field of usage


Dose rate,


Terms of application

Winter and spring rape


Dicotyledonous weeds

Spraying of winter rape from the beginning of the vegetative season to the phase of budding; spring rape – the 4-leaf phase before budding (bud diameter of 1 cm)


Compatible with most pesticides and agrochemicals, except alkaline. Before preparing the working mixture, it is better to check the products for compatibility (absence of sediment, foam, delamination, lumping, incomplete dissolution of one of the products, etc.). Do not mix with fungicides, growth regulators that have a retardant effect. The interval between application should be at least 5 days.

Application features

• single treatment in the vegetative crop;

• the first effect is visible in 4-15 days after application, complete destruction of weeds occurs in 14-21 days;

• should be applied after the average daily temperatures from +10°С to +25°С;

• against a goose grass, the most effective treatment is at a height of up to 8 cm of weed;

• to expand the range of controlled weeds, a mixture of Istilike 334, SL with Rondos 750, WG is recommended to use.

Product’s advantages

• applied in winter after overwintering of winter rape;

• safe for crops;

• low doze rate and the cost of treatment;

• the best herbicide for the control of sow thistle (species).

Optimal weather conditions for application

Preparation of the tank mixture

Weather conditions during the period of application

from + 12°С to + 25°С

200-400 l/ha

It is forbidden to make in application at wind speed >3-4 m/s

List of the main sensitive weeds

Sensitive weeds

Stage of plant development at the time of weed treatment

Goose grass (gallium aparine)

Up to 8 cm

Annual thistle (sonchus oleraceus)

In outlet phase

Yellow thistle

In outlet phase

Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense)

In outlet phase before flower buds

Bagged (centaurea cyanus)

In outlet phase until the stem

Wild chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla)

In 8-leaf phase

Scentless mayweed (Matricaria inodora)

In 4-leaf phase


In 4-6-leaf phase

Common vetch (Vicia sativa)

In 2-4-leaf phase

Bitterling (Rhodeus)

In 2-leaf phase

Common fumitory (Fumaria officinalis)

In outlet phase

Common groundsel (Senecio vulgaris)

In 10-leaf phase

Common chickweed (Stellaria media)

In outlet phase

Foalfoot (Tussilago farfara)

In outlet phase

Prickly lettuce (Lactuca scariola)

In outlet phase

Common clotbur (Xanthium strumarum)

In 4-leaf phase

Black nightshade (Solanum nigrum)

In 6-leaf phase

Dog’s parsley

In outlet phase

Self-seed sunflower (Helianthus)

In 3-4-leaf phase

Red poppy (Papaver rhoeas)

In 2-4-leaf phase

Field violet (Viola arvensis)

In 2-4-leaf phase