The product is compatible with most pesticides. However, in each separate case, components must be checked for compatibility. Do not use the product in the tank mixture with organophosphate insecticides, fertilizers for foliar feeding. It is not recommended to mix with graminicides.
• The best herbicidal effect could be achieved during application in the period of active growth of young weeds (2-4 leaves – for annuals, rosettes – for perennials);
• The dose rate of product depends on the stage of development and species composition of weeds;
• The maximum dose rate could be use if there is overgrown (more than 4 leaves for annuals, stems – for perennials) sensitive weeds or a significant number of moderately sensitive and resistant to weeds;
If you use in hot dry weather, you must do following:
• Increase the dose rate of working solution to 250-300 l/ha;
• Increase the dose rate of SAM maximum to 280-300 ml/ha.
If the using the product is applied on sunflower resistant to sulfonylureas, it is not recommended to use it together in tank mixtures with anti-grass herbicides. Cereal weed control can be carried out 5-7 days before or after the application of Rimax 750 WG.
• long period for application from 2-3 leaves to the appearance of the flag leaf of the culture;
• The effect of the product is not limited by weather and soil conditions (application at t from 5°С to + 25°С;
• Deficiency of phytotoxicity and restrictions in crop rotation;
•Accessibility of application.
Optimal weather conditions for application
Preparation of the tank mixture
Weather conditions during the period of application
from + 5°С to + 25°С
• Warm and humid weather intensifies product action, but long dry period reduces its action.
• Rain that falls for three hours after application of the product may wash it off from the leaves before full penetration, which also reduces activity of its action.
List of the main sensitive weeds
Sensitive dicot weeds at the application rate of 20 grams per hectare: descurainia Sofia, field poppy, jointed charlock, chamomile, field mustard, spurry, stinkweed, field thistle, winterweed, nettle, amaranth, shepherd’s purse, hedge-nettle, betony, common sunflower,campion (Lychnis), prickly lettuce, bitterling, sisymbrium, crane’s bell, erysimum.
Sensitive decot weeds at the application rate of 25 grams per hectare: pig weed up to 3 leaves, dandelion (blowball), goose grass, mallow, knotweed, yellow thistle, corn chrysanthemum.
Resistant weeds: field bondweed, Veronica hederaefolia, corn pansy.