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Troy 480

Active Ingredient

480g  bentazone

MAPP No.

16954

Troy 480

Crops

  • Broad bean - fresh
  • Combining pea
  • Dwarf french bean
  • Field bean (spring)
  • Field bean (winter)
  • Linseed
  • Ornamental plant production
  • Potato
  • Runner bean
  • Vining pea

Targets

  • Black bindweed
  • Black nightshade
  • Charlock
  • Cleavers
  • Common chickweed
  • Common field speedwell
  • Common Fumitory
  • Common hemp-nettle
  • Common orache
  • Common Poppy
  • Corn marigold
  • Corn spurrey
  • Crane’s-bill
  • Fat hen
  • Field forget-me-not
  • Field Penny-cress
  • Groundsel
  • Ivy-leaved speedwell
  • Knotgrass
  • Pale persicaria
  • Pineapple weed
  • Red deadnettle
  • Redshank
  • Scarlet Pimpernel
  • Scented mayweed
  • Scentless mayweed
  • Shepherd’s purse
  • Small Nettle
  • Wild radish (runch)

Troy 480

Active Ingredient

480g  bentazone

MAPP No.

16954

TROY 480 is a post-emergence contact herbicide for the control of broad-leaved weeds.

Quick Facts

  • Can be used on any soil type as it has no residual soil activity
  • Best weed control is achieved when weeds are small
  • A good option for controlling cleavers and volunteer OSR
  • Unsatisfactory weed control may result if applications are made in periods of drought or cold weather
  • It is a contact acting herbicide, therefore good spray cover is essential and high pressure should be used to produce a fine penetrating spray
  • Avoid applying to crops which have suffered damage and stress
  • Do not spray at temperatures above 21°C, spraying should be delayed until the evening when cooler
  • Do not apply insecticides within 7 days of treatment with TROY 480
  • Leave an interval of at least 7 days before applying post-emergence grass herbicides and 14 days after
  • 6 hours rain free period required
  • Consult processor before using on crops for processing

Formulation

TROY 480 is a Soluble Concentrate (SL) formulation.

5L

TROY 480 is absorbed mainly by the foliage, with very little translocation. It is also absorbed by the root with translocation in the xylem providing control of broad-leaved weeds in crop and horticultural situations. Classified by the Herbicide Resistance Action Committee (HRAC) as mode of action code C3.