Rotam Toledo 430SC

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General Instructions - Albaugh Toledo Herbicide

1. Special Warning for Bananas:

  • Bag recently emerged bunches in conditions prone to marking damage.
  • Avoid spray applications in very rapidly growing fruit in hot conditions with strong direct light.
  • Never include adjuvants other than water miscible oils with Albaugh Toledo sprays.
  • Wetting agents may cause phytotoxicity to young fruit.

2. Foliar Diseases on Cereal Crops:

  • Limit application to cereal crops once or twice per season based on rates.
  • Treatment provides approximately three weeks of disease suppression.
  • Economic responses may not be gained by spraying crops past the flowering stage.
  • Effects of fungicide application visible 7-10 days after application.

3. Spray Timings for Stripe Rust Control:

  • Follow advisory literature for classification of resistant and susceptible varieties.
  • Seedling infections: Apply a spray within one week when 20 out of 100 leaves show first signs during tillering to jointing.
  • Adult infections (susceptible varieties): Apply a spray within one week when 10 out of 100 leaves show first signs.
  • Adult infections (moderately susceptible varieties): Apply a spray within one week when 15 to 20 leaves out of 100 show first signs.
  • Adult infections (moderately resistant and resistant varieties): Monitor carefully and spray within one week if rust appears and spreads.

4. Mixing:

  • Shake the container vigorously before pouring.
  • Add Albaugh Toledo to water in the spray vat while stirring or with agitators in motion.
  • Add the required amount of Agridex (for beans, peanuts, sugar cane) or water miscible oil (for bananas) and mix thoroughly.

5. Application:

  • Aircraft should fly low under prevailing conditions to minimize drift.

6. Compatibility:

  • Contact Albaugh Asia Pacific Limited for information on the compatibility of Albaugh Toledo with other products.

7. Special Instructions for Grapevines:

  • Dilute Spraying:
    • Use a sprayer designed for high volumes of water.
    • Achieve even coverage throughout the crop canopy.
    • Apply sufficient water to cover the crop to the point of run-off.
    • Adjust water volume as needed based on industry guidelines or expert advice.
    • Add the specified amount of product per 100 L of water.
  • Concentrate Spraying:
    • Use a sprayer designed for concentrate spraying.
    • Achieve even coverage throughout the crop canopy.
    • Determine dilute spray volume and calculate concentrate mixing rate.
    • Do not exceed the specified concentrate rate.
    • Adjust settings as needed based on crop growth.
    • Follow industry guidelines, competency training, and Best Practices for concentrate spraying.

Note: Adhere to specified rates, safety precautions, and local regulations. Consult local agricultural authorities for additional guidance.

Registered for culturesRatePreharvest Interval
Bananas230 ml1
Grapes0 ml56
Peanuts175 - 440 ml21
Beans350 ml3
Lettuce350 ml35
Peas145 ml3
Winter wheat145 - 290 ml35
Spring wheat145 - 290 ml35
Winter oats145 - 290 ml35
Spring oats145 - 290 ml35
Winter barley145 - 290 ml35
Spring barley145 - 290 ml35
Onions0 ml
Pawpaw290 ml3
Grassland290 ml
Sugarcane290 ml28