Hekturon 25 EC

Hekturon 25 EC

Category : Fungicides

Product Group : Crop Protection

Active Ingredient : 250 g/l Oxadiazon

Formulation : Emulsifiable concentrate (EC)

Package : 1 L

Label Information  Safety Datasheet

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Description

Method of Application

A herbicide used against pre-emergence weeds in carnation and rice.
Carnation: At least 50 liters of water should be used per decare and soil surface should be soaked properly. The soil shouldn’t be cultivated and kept moist in the following days so as not to disturb the pesticide film layer. For that purpose, a strainer should be used if a drip irrigation system is not in place.
Rice: Spraying is done before rice is sowed and the field is flooded the next day. Spray-coating method is used on field surface, ensuring that the product reaches 8-10 cm depth. Before spraying, the soil in rice trays should be cultivated well to prepare trays free of clods. Trays are flooded at the end of the third day following spraying.
Onion: It should be applied post-emergence, at 4-6 leaf stage of weeds.

Other Informations

Compatibility:
Not recommended to mix with other products.

Detailed Table Information

PRODUCT NAME PLANT NAME WEED NAME DOSAGE OF USE TIME BETWEEN LAST SPRAY AND HARVEST
Hekturon 25 EC Onion Skunk grass, Canary grass, Wild mustard, Wild vetch, Stinging nettle 100 ml/da Post-emergence, weeds at 4-6 leaf stage 0 days
Hekturon 25 EC Clove Red rooted foxtail, mouse ear, vinegar, millet, purslane, wild mustard, bird grass, donkey lettuce 400 ml / da It should be used after rooted clove cuttings are transplanted into the field, but before weed emergence. 0 days
Hekturon 25 EC Paddy Frog spoon, Maiden grass, Darıcan, Wild millet 150 ml / da Before rice planting 0 days

Additional information

Product Group

Crop Protection

Formulation

Emulsion concentrate (EC)

Plant Name

Clover, Onion, Paddy

Active Substance

250 gram/l Oxadiazon

Packing

1 liter

Name Of The Agency

Frog spoon, Maiden grass, Darıcan, Wild millet, Red rooted foxtail, mouse ear, vinegar, millet, purslane, wild mustard, bird grass, donkey lettuce, Skunk grass, Canary grass, Wild mustard, Wild vetch, Stinging nettle