A post-emergence systemic herbicide of selective action for the control of cereal and some dicotyledonous weeds in crops of corn.
Active ingredient : Nicosulfuron (40 g / l)
Formulation : suspension concentrate, KS
Tare unit : 5 l canister
Hazard class : hazard class 3 (moderately hazardous compound).
Guaranteed shelf life : 2 years in the original packaging at temperatures from minus 10 ° C to plus 30 ° C
Регламент применения препарата
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Corn and Silage
Annual and perennial cereal and some annual dicotyledonous weeds
Spraying crops in the phase of 3–6 leaves of the crop and early phases of weed growth (2–6 leaves in annuals and at a height of 10–20 cm in perennial weeds).
Mechanism of action
Nicosulfuron penetrates into plants through aboveground organs and roots, moves well along the phloem and xylem. It inhibits the biosynthesis of valine and isoleucine in the plant. As a result, cell division stops in weed growth zones, which leads to the death of plants.
Визуальные признаки и скорость воздействия препарата
Weeds stop growing and developing within 4-6 hours after treatment. Visible symptoms appear 2-3 days after spraying. Complete death occurs after 10-15 days and later, depending on weather conditions.
Compatibility with other drugs
The drug is compatible with other insecticides and fungicides, while it is required to strictly observe the optimal timing of each. It is recommended to use a drug compatibility test before use.
The influence of environmental conditions on the effect of the drug
It is preferable to use the drug early in the morning at a temperature not higher than 25 for AS Precipitation within 1-2 hours after treatment reduces the effectiveness of the drug.
Recommendations for the introduction of the drug
The drug is used by ground tractor spraying weed seedlings using commercially available boom sprayers: OP-2000-2-01, OP-2000-01, OPSH-15, Curtitox. The flow rate of the working fluid is 200-400 l / ha.
First aid for poisoning:
If there are signs of malaise (nausea, weakness, dizziness, headache), the victim must be removed from the danger zone to fresh air, carefully remove clothing and a respirator, avoiding the possibility of the drug getting on the skin or respiratory organs.
If the product gets on the skin, immediately remove contaminated clothing, remove the preparation with a paper towel, a piece of cloth or cotton wool, avoiding rough rubbing of the skin, and then thoroughly wash the skin with soap and water.
In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of clean, running water.
If the drug enters the stomach, immediately give a few glasses of warm water with activated charcoal to drink (based on 1 g of sorbent per 1 kg of body weight), then induce vomiting by irritation of the posterior pharyngeal wall. Repeat this several times to more completely remove the drug from the body.
In all cases of poisoning after first aid, the victim must consult a doctor.
There is no specific antidote. The treatment is symptomatic.
Methods for neutralizing spilled or spilled pesticide:
All neutralization measures are carried out using personal protective equipment in a room equipped with supply and exhaust ventilation or in the open air, on a specially equipped site.
When a significant amount of the drug is spilled onto the soil, it should be prevented from entering the sewers or water bodies. Pour the spilled preparation with sand, earth or sawdust until completely absorbed, then collect the adsorbent material in a container, seal the containers and send them for further disposal. The land from which contaminated soil has been removed is treated with a solution of bleach and dug up.
Contaminated soil and spilled preparation in containers are treated with a solution of bleach until the complete decomposition of 2,4-D acid (20-24 hours) and washed with water.
Methods for destroying or disposing of pesticide:
Destruction and neutralization of the drug, waste not subject to disposal, containers from under the drug are carried out in accordance with SN 3183-84 “The procedure for the accumulation, transportation, neutralization and burial of toxic industrial waste”, approved by the USSR Ministry of Health on 06/17/1985. and “Temporary instructions for the preparation for burial of banned and unsuitable for use in agriculture pesticides and containers from them”, VNIPIagrokhim, Ryazan, 1989.
Neutralization of pesticide wastes by treating them with 5% alkali solution or 7-10% sodium salt solution, followed by thermal neutralization.
The disposal of pesticide residues is carried out in specially designated areas. All work related to the disposal of pesticide residues should be carried out in agreement with the local sanitary and epidemiological control authorities and in full compliance with local laws.
Security measures during transportation, use and storage of the pesticide:
In order to prevent poisoning when working with the drug, it is necessary to observe the precautions specified in the “Hygienic requirements for the storage, use and transportation of pesticides and agrochemicals” SanPiN 1.2.1077-01 and in the “Safety Instructions for Storage, Transportation and Use of Pesticides in Rural economy ”(M, 2001).
During work, observe the rules of personal hygiene. At the workplace it is forbidden to eat, drink, smoke.
All work with the drug (opening containers, refueling sprayers, spraying and other work in the treated areas) should be carried out with the mandatory use of personal protective equipment: respirator, safety glasses, cotton overalls, hats, safety shoes. Persons engaged in the preparation of the working solution must have aprons and sleeves made of film fabric. Every week, overalls should be degassed in a soap-soda solution (2.5% soap and 0.5% soda ash), followed by washing in the same solution. Wash rubber gloves and boots with water.
Admission to work with the drug is made after instructing on precautions when working with pesticides, as well as after training in providing first aid measures for poisoning. Adolescents under the age of 18 years, pregnant and lactating women, as well as persons who have revealed a preliminary medical examination of diseases that are a contraindication to working with pesticides, are not allowed to work with the drug. All work is carried out under the guidance of plant protection specialists.
At the places of use of the drug should be a first aid kit.
The drug should be stored in an unbroken factory packaging, equipped with a container label indicating the name of the drug and the date of its manufacture. Storage at temperatures from minus 100C to plus 300C.
Storage of the drug together with food and fodder is not allowed. Storage of the drug is allowed only in warehouses specially designed for this purpose that meet sanitary requirements separately from other pesticides. The warehouse should protect the pesticide from direct sunlight, moisture, contamination and mechanical damage.
Joint transport and storage of the drug with feed and food products is not allowed. Transportation of people with the drug is not allowed.
Selective, post-emergence, selective herbicide to protect corn from weeds, including malicious weeds such as wheat grass and gumai. Not phytotoxic to culture, which allows the use of the drug in a wide range of development phases.
The distribution of weeds according to the reaction to the drug
The following weeds are highly sensitive to Milena’s herbicide: sorghum of Aleppo, gumai (from seeds and rhizomes), creeping wheatgrass, millet chicken, bristle (species), hairy millet, blood-red dewdrop, oatmeal (species), bluegrass (species), chaff (species), shiritsa (species), field mustard, field radish, middle stellate, stamens highlander, stinky dope, white gauze, black nightshade, Theophrastus rodent, garden purslane, Swamp greenback, pikulnik (species), common colza, highlanders (species ) and etc.