For the pre-emergence control of certain annual grass and broadleaf weeds in fallow situations, sugarcane and peanuts and early postemergence control of certain annual grass and broad leaf weed in peanuts and sugarcane.
SPARK is an aqueous solution. Part fill the spray tank with water, then with agitator running, add the required amount of product, then fill the tank with water. When tank mixing this product with other recommended compatible products, first add the other product to the tank and mix thoroughly before adding this product. For post-emergence applications in peanuts, add adjuvant after the addition of SPARK to the tank.
No adjuvants or surfactants are required when SPARK is used alone for pre-emergence weed control or with paraquat. DO NOT add crop oil when applied post-emergence with paraquat.
DO NOT apply by aircraft.
Apply with boom equipment in not less than 50Uha water using flat fan nozzles. Avoid overlap and DO NOT overs pray headlands.
Ensure thorough coverage of soil and weeds with well-calibrated spray equipment. Apply in a minimum of 200L water/ha using a nozzle configuration to generate a medium to coarse spray pattern for pre-emergence applications or medium spray pattern for post-emergence applications. Replace worn or old nozzles and calibrate equipment on a regular basis.
Apply with boom equipment in not less than 50Uha water using flat fan nozzles. Avoid overlap and DO NOT overs pray headlands. For post-emergence applications, SPARK should be applied a minimum of 2 hours before rainfall.
SPARK is compatible with RIFLE®, atrazine, glyphosate, Shirqua(®, paraquat, paraquat+ diquat, Ally*, Garlon*, Touchdown* and 2,4-D. It is NOT compatible with dicamba.
Spark is compatable with Hasten, Kwicken and Supercharge®.
|Cropsarrow_upward||arrow_upwardBBCH||arrow_upwardRegistred norm||arrow_upwardPreharvest Interval|
|Fallow||0 - 0||150 - 200||-|
|Peanuts, groundnuts||0 - 0||300 - 400||-|
|Sugarcane||0 - 0||300 - 400||-|
- CaltropTribulus terrestris
- Barnyard grassEchinochloa crus galli
- Giant pigweedTriantherma portulacastrum
- Blue billygoat weedAgeratum houstonianum
- BellvineIpomoea plebeia
- Cupid’s flowerIpomoea quamoclit
- Pink convolvulusIpomoea triloba
- Red convolvulusIpomoea hederifolia
- MilkweedEuphorbia heterophylla
- Crowsfoot grassEleusine indica
- Guinea grassPanicum maximum
- NutgrassCyperus rotundus
- Awnless barnyard grassEchinochloa colona
- Glossy nightshadeSolanum americanum
- European black nightshadeSolanum nigrum
- Dwarf amaranthAmaranthus macrocarpus
- Common morning gloryIpomoea purpurea
- Liverseed grassUrochloa panicoides
- MintweedSalvia reflexa
- Red pigweedPortulaca oleracea
- Summer grassDigitaria ciliaris
- Sida weedSida retusa
- Stink grassEragrostis cilianensis
- Green amaranthAmaranthus viridis
- Boggabri weedAmaranthus mitchellii
- Green summer grassBrachiaria milliiformis
- CowvineIpomea lonchophylla
- Button grassDactyloctenium radulans
- Native milletPanicum decompositum