What Is The Appropriate Amount Of Clethodim When Weeding?

- Mar 29, 2018-

The product of clethodim is 12%, 24% EC, and 12% EC in the velvet contains oil elixirs to increase efficacy. The clethodim is a herbicide that is absorbed by the conductive stem and leaves and is transported to the meristem by the plants. It inhibits the biosynthesis of branched-chain fatty acids and flavonoids, destroys cell division, and delays growth after application. - Within 3 weeks, the plants lost green and necrosis, and then the leaves died of dryness. Although the weeds may not be dead after 3-5 days after application, the leaves may still be green, but the drawn leaves may be pulled out, that is, the herbicidal effect has already been achieved, and it is not necessary to rush to apply other herbicides.

    Clethodim is highly selective, highly effective against most annual and perennial grasses, and has little or no activity against dicotyledonous plants and sedges. Suitable for controlling broad-leaved weeds such as soybean, rapeseed, peanut, sesame, sunflower, safflower, flax, cotton, tobacco, sugar beet, potato, sweet potato, broad-leafed vegetables, and fruit trees. Look at Acacia, Setaria viridis, Matang, Poa, Goosegrass, Thousand-gold, Poisonous wheat, Wild sorghum, Fake sorghum, Phragmites australis, Bermuda grass and so on.

    Generally weeds are sprayed on stems and leaves at the 3-5 leaf stage of weeds. For annual weeds, we use 12% EC in 5-40 mL or 24% EC for 28-40 mL in soybean fields; 12% EC for rape fields. 30-40 ml; sesame field with 25-35 ml of 12% cream. For perennial weeds, when the weeds are in the tillering stage and the plant height is less than 40 cm, the mu is used with 60-80 ml of 12% EC. In mono- and dicotyledon weeds, clethodim is mixed with fluorooxalic acid, fomesafen, acifluorfen, lactoferrin, and diterpenoid to increase the resistance to broadleaf weeds