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Panarex

40g/l  quizalofop-P-tefuryl and alcohols

Crops

  • Combining pea
  • Field bean
  • Field bean (spring)
  • Fodder beet
  • Linseed
  • Oilseed rape
  • Oilseed rape (spring)
  • Potato
  • Sugar beet

Introduction

An emulsifiable concentrate formulation for use as a selective, systematic, foliar-applied graminicide for use on specified broad-leaved crops for post-emergence control of a range of annual and perennial grass weeds, including volunteer cereals.

Quick Facts

An emulsifiable concentrate formulation for use as a selective, systematic, foliar-applied graminicide

Formulation

Emulsion concentrate

Panarex is rapidly absorbed through the leaves and moves throughout the grass weeds to reach the growing points, above and below ground.

See label

See label

 

Crops/situation: Maximum individual dose: 
(l product / ha)
Maximum number of treatments: 
(per crop)
Application:
Oilseed Rape (autumn) - - From fully expanded cotyledons until canopy prevents adequate penetration
Linseed (autumn) - - From 2-3 unfolded leaves up to flower buds visible
Field bean (autumn) - - From 2-3 unfolded leaves up to flower buds visible (spring application only)
Oilseed rape (spring) - - From full expanded cotyledons to before flower buds visible
Sugar & Fodder beat (spring) - - From two unfolded leaves until canopy prevents adequate penetration
Potato - - From two leaves until canopy prevents adequate penetration
Combining pea - - From 2-3 unfolded leaves up to flowering
Linseed (spring) - - From 2-3 unfolded leaves up to before flower buds are visible
Field bean (spring) - - From 2-3 unfolded leaves up to flower bud visible.

Only apply Panarex to actively growing weeds, especially in the spring with perennial weeds, when translocation to growing points on the rhizomes and stolons is important. Do not treat crops and weeds growing under stress. Stress can be caused by many factors including frost, drought, water logging, trace element deficiency, disease and pests.

 

Rate of us is 0.5 to 2.25l/ha. Application rate depends on the grass weed species, the size of the weed, weed density, the growth stage of the crop and competitive nature of the crop. See label (weeds table).

Introduction

An emulsifiable concentrate formulation for use as a selective, systematic, foliar-applied graminicide for use on specified broad-leaved crops for post-emergence control of a range of annual and perennial grass weeds, including volunteer cereals.

Crops

  • Combining pea
  • Field bean
  • Field bean (spring)
  • Fodder beet
  • Linseed
  • Oilseed rape
  • Oilseed rape (spring)
  • Potato
  • Sugar beet

Quick Facts

An emulsifiable concentrate formulation for use as a selective, systematic, foliar-applied graminicide

Formulation

Emulsion concentrate

Panarex is rapidly absorbed through the leaves and moves throughout the grass weeds to reach the growing points, above and below ground.

See label

See label

 

Crops/situation: Maximum individual dose: 
(l product / ha)
Maximum number of treatments: 
(per crop)
Application:
Oilseed Rape (autumn) - - From fully expanded cotyledons until canopy prevents adequate penetration
Linseed (autumn) - - From 2-3 unfolded leaves up to flower buds visible
Field bean (autumn) - - From 2-3 unfolded leaves up to flower buds visible (spring application only)
Oilseed rape (spring) - - From full expanded cotyledons to before flower buds visible
Sugar & Fodder beat (spring) - - From two unfolded leaves until canopy prevents adequate penetration
Potato - - From two leaves until canopy prevents adequate penetration
Combining pea - - From 2-3 unfolded leaves up to flowering
Linseed (spring) - - From 2-3 unfolded leaves up to before flower buds are visible
Field bean (spring) - - From 2-3 unfolded leaves up to flower bud visible.

Only apply Panarex to actively growing weeds, especially in the spring with perennial weeds, when translocation to growing points on the rhizomes and stolons is important. Do not treat crops and weeds growing under stress. Stress can be caused by many factors including frost, drought, water logging, trace element deficiency, disease and pests.

 

Rate of us is 0.5 to 2.25l/ha. Application rate depends on the grass weed species, the size of the weed, weed density, the growth stage of the crop and competitive nature of the crop. See label (weeds table).