Ireland

Cleranda

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BASF - herbicide
05054
A suspension concentrate, containing 17.5 g/l imazamox and 375 g/l metazachlor for use as a contact & residual herbicide for the control of a range of broad leaved and grass weeds in any Clearfield oilseed rape hybrid carrying the Clearfield brand.
 
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Cleranda is a contact and residual herbicide that can be used for the control of a range of broad leaved and grass weeds in any Clearfield® oilseed rape hybrid carrying the Clearfield® brand.
 
WINTER and SPRING OILSEED RAPE
Diseases: Annual Mercury, Cleavers, Crane’s-bill species, Groundsel, Mayweed, Scentless, Pansy, Field, Speedwell, Ivy-leaved.
Rate: 2l/ha.
Critical comments: Maximum number of treatments: One per crop. Latest time of application: Before 9 or more true leaf stage (GS19). Maximum susceptible growth stage of target weed 2 true-leaves.
 
Diseases: Fumitory, Common, Mustard, White, Parsley Piert.
Rate: 2l/ha.
Critical comments: Maximum number of treatments: One per crop. Latest time of application: Before 9 or more true leaf stage (GS19). Maximum susceptible growth stage of target weed 3 true-leaves.
 
Diseases: Charlock, Mayweed, Scented, Mustard, Hedge, Parsley Piert, Poppy Common, Runch, (Wild Radish/Jointed Charlock), Shepherd‘s Purse, Speedwell, Common Field.
Rate: 2l/ha.
Critical comments: Maximum number of treatments: One per crop. Latest time of application: Before 9 or more true leaf stage (GS19). Maximum susceptible growth stage of target weed 4 true-leaves.
 
Diseases: Corn Chamomile 
Rate: 2l/ha.
Critical comments: Maximum number of treatments: One per crop. Latest time of application: Before 9 or more true leaf stage (GS19). Maximum susceptible growth stage of target weed Cotyledon.
 
Diseases: Chickweed, Common
Rate: 2l/ha.
Critical comments: Maximum number of treatments: One per crop. Latest time of application: Before 9 or more true leaf stage (GS19). Maximum susceptible growth stage of target weed Two side shoots visible.
 
Diseases: Volunteer oilseed rape 
Rate: 2l/ha.
Critical comments: Maximum number of treatments: One per crop. Latest time of application: Before 9 or more true leaf stage (GS19). Maximum susceptible growth stage of target weed Optimum 2-4 true-leaves Maximum: 6 true leaves.
 
Diseases: Volunteer Barley, Volunteer Wheat
Rate: 2l/ha.
Critical comments: Maximum number of treatments: One per crop. Latest time of application: Before 9 or more true leaf stage (GS19). Maximum susceptible growth stage of target weed  Optimum: 2-3 fully expanded leaves Maximum: Before 3 tillers.
 
Diseases: Black-grass
Rate: 2l/ha.
Critical comments: Maximum number of treatments: One per crop. Latest time of application: Before 9 or more true leaf stage (GS19).
 
Restrictions/Warnings
CLERANDA MUST ONLY BE USED ON CLEARFIELD ® OILSEED RAPE HYBRIDS.
COMPLETE CROP LOSS WILL OCCUR IF CLERANDA IS APPLIED TO OILSEED RAPE THAT DOES NOT CARRY THE CLEARFIELD®BRAND.
Cleranda is suitable for use on all soil types as defined by Soil Texture (85) System, except sands and very light soils and soils containing more than 10% organic mater.
Do not apply to stony soils; i.e. stones, flints or chalk readily visible on surface. On brashy and stony soils, Cleranda may cause some reduction in crop vigour and/or plant stand.
Do not apply to cloddy seedbeds. Seedbeds must have a fine, firm tilth for optimum weed control. Loose or cloddy seedbeds must be consolidated prior to application.
Do not apply when heavy rain is forecast and do not use on waterlogged soil or soils prone to waterlogging. Crop thinning or reductions in crop vigour can occur if there is very wet weather after application. Where a crop check has occurred, this normally grows out after a few weeks and yields are normally unaffected.
Weeds germinating from depth may not be controlled.
Soil moisture is required for effective weed control via root uptake. Residual control may be reduced under prolonged dry conditions.
Care should be taken to avoid overlap of spray swaths Do not apply Cleranda to crops suffering from stress, which may be caused, for example, by pests, disease, waterlogging, poor seedbed conditions or previous chemical treatment.
Under frosty conditions a transient scorch may occur.
Do not disturb the soil after applicati.
 
Weed Control
Cleranda is taken up via cotyledons, roots and shoots and takes maximum effect before, or shortly after, weed emergence. Optimum results are obtained from applications made to fine, firm and moist seedbeds.
Weeds germinating from depth may not be controlled. Soil moisture is required for effective weed control via root uptake. Residual control may be reduced under prolonged dry condition.
Weed resistance management
This product contains imazamox which is an ALS inhibitor, also classified by the Herbicide Resistance Action Committee as ‘Group B’. Only use as part of a weed resistance management strategy that includes cultural methods of control and does not use ALS inhibitors as the sole chemical method of grass-weed control.
Strains of some annual grasses (e.g. Black-grass, Wild-Oats, and Italian Ryegrass) have developed resistance to herbicides, which may lead to poor control. A strategy for preventing and managing such resistance should be adopted. Guidelines have been produced by the Weed Resistance Action Group and copies are available from the HGCA, CPA, your distributor, crop adviser or product manufacturer.
 
Crops
Cleranda can be used on any winter Clearfield® oilseed rape hybrid carrying the Clearfield® brand.
For a list of current Clearfield® oilseed rape hybrids contact either your local BASF Agronomy Manager or the BASF Technical Services Hotline: 0845 602 2553
COMPLETE CROP LOSS WILL OCCUR IF CLERANDA IS APPLIED TO OILSEED RAPE THAT DOES NOT CARRY THE CLEARFIELD® BRAND.
To ensure that Cleranda, is only applied to Clearfield® oilseed rape hybrids, it is important to clearly and accurately record the location of Clearfield® oilseed crops on the farm and provide relevant information to those staff and contractors applying Cleranda.
 
Time of application
Cleranda may be applied post-emergence of the crop from two fully expanded cotyledons (GS 10) and up to the eight true leaf growth stage (GS 18).
 
Rate of application
Apply Cleranda at 2.0 litres per hectare.
Improved control of certain weed species (see Section 2.2) can be achieved by applying 2.0 l/ha Cleranda plus 1.0 l/ha of the adjuvant Dash HC.
 
Following Crops
Following crops after normally harvested Clearfield ® oilseed rape.
Wheat, barley, oats, oilseed rape, field beans, combining peas and sugar beet can follow normally harvested Clearfield® oilseed rape treated with Cleranda.
Re-drilling in the same autumn due to crop failure.
In the event of crop failure, the following crops may be re-drilled in the same autumn following the guidance given on minimum interval and cultivation for each crop.
 
Mixing and Spraying
Application
Apply Cleranda in 190–300 l/ha water volume as a MEDIUM spray as defined by BCPC. In more dense crops where weed shading is more likely use the higher water volume.
To ensure optimum spray coverage and minimize spray drift, adjust the spray boom to the appropriate height above the crop, according to guidance provided by the sprayer and/or nozzle manufacture.
Qualified recommendation
Cleranda may be applied at up 2.0 l/ha in 100 litres of water per hectare although efficacy and crop safety at this reduced volume has not been evaluated.
 
Mixing
Never prepare more spray solution than is required.
Fill the spray tank three quarters full with water and start the agitation. To ensure thorough mixing of the product, invert the container several times before opening. Add the required quantity of Cleranda to the spray tank while re-circulating. If required add Dash HC and then the remainder of the water. Continue agitation until spraying is completed.
On emptying the product container, rinse container thoroughly by using an integrated pressure rinsing device or manually rinsing three times. Add washings to sprayer at time of filling and dispose of container safely.
Effective
Crops
Winter rape
BBCH
0 - 19
Registred norm
2 - 2
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Spring rape
BBCH
0 - 13
Registred norm
2 - 2
Preharvest Interval
-