Ireland

Hussar

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BAYER - herbicide
02207

CONTAINS
A water dispersible granule containing 5% w/w iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium.
CONTROLS
For use only as a foliar applied agricultural herbicide for the control of annual meadow-grass, ryegrasses from seed and a broad range of annual broad-leaved weeds in winter and spring wheat, spring barley, durum wheat and winter triticale.

IMPORTANT:
This information is approved as part of the Product Label. All instructions within this section must be read carefully in order to obtain safe and successful use of this product.

RESTRICTIONS
DO NOT apply to crops undersown or due to be undersown with grass, clover or alfalfa.
NOT for use in winter barley or oats, as these crops can be damaged.
DO NOT roll or harrow within one week of spraying.
DO NOT spray crops under stress, suffering drought, waterlogged, grazed, lacking nutrients or if the soil is compacted.
DO NOT spray if rain is imminent.
DO NOT spray if frost is expected. If the leaves are wet or covered with ice, run off may occur.
Broadcast crops should be sprayed post-emergence after the plants have a well established root system and all other conditions on the label and leaflet are met.
Store in a cool, dry, safe place designated as an agrochemical store, away from seeds and animal feedingstuffs.

WINTER WHEAT and WINTER TRITICALE
Weeds: 
Common chickweed Volunteer oilseed rape Common field-speedwell.
Rate: 200g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to flower bud stage to flower bud stage to flower bud stage.

Weeds: Cleavers.
Rate: 200g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to 8 whorl stage.

Weeds: Mayweeds.
Rate: 200g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to young plant stage.

Weeds: Red dead-nettle, Field forget-me-not.
Rate: 200g/ha
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to 8 leaf stage.

Weeds: Knotgrass.
Rate: 200g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to 4 leaf stage.

Weeds: Common hemp-nettle.
Rate: 200g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to 2 leaf stage.

Weeds: Annual meadow-grass (from seed).
Rate: 200g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to GS30.

Weeds: Rye-grasses (from seed).
Rate: 200g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to GS24.

Critical comments: Weeds Controlled at 200 g product/ha. Maximum number of applications 1 per crop. Latest time of application: 2nd node detectable stage (GS 32).

SPRING WHEAT, SPRING BARLEY, DURUM WHEAT
Weeds: Common chickweed Volunteer oilseed rape Common field-speedwell.
Rate: 150g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to flower bud stage to flower bud stage to flower bud stage.

Weeds: Cleavers.
Rate: 150g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to 8 whorl stage.

Weeds: Mayweeds.
Rate: 150g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to young plant stage.

Weeds: Red dead-nettle.
Rate: 150g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to 8 leaf stage.

Weeds: Field forget-me-not, Knotgrass.
Rate: 150g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to 4 leaf stage.

Weeds: Common hemp-nettle.
Rate: 150g/ha.
Weed growth stage controlled Post emergence: to 2 leaf stage.

Critical comments: Weeds Controlled at 150 g product/ha. Maximu.m number of applications 1per crop. Latest time of application: Up to the end of tillering (GS 29). 

WEEDS CONTROLLED

Strains of 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 are available from your distributor, crop adviser or product manufacturer.
To reduce the risk of developing resistance or where resistance to sulfonylurea herbicides is suspected, applications should be made to young, actively growing weeds.

CROP SPECIFIC INFORMATION
For use on all commercially available varieties of wheat, spring barley, durum wheat and triticale.
In winter wheat and triticale for post emergence application in spring: After 1 February
from 3-leaf stage (GS13) up to the 2nd node detectable stage (GS32) of the cereal.
In spring barley, spring wheat and durum wheat: After 1 February from the 3- leaf stage (GS 13) up to the end of tillering (GS29) of the cereal.
Early application to small weeds are preferable. Ideally the treatment should be concluded by GS 29 of the crop in order to avoid weed competition and yield loss.
In spring barley transient crop effects can occur, but these are normally outgrown and do not affect yield.
For optimum results, apply Hussar during warm weather, when the soil is moist and the weeds actively growing. Dry conditions resulting in moisture stress may reduce effectiveness. Hussar can be used on all soil types.
Apply in spring (from 1 February) when the weeds are actively growing.
Method of application: Tractor mounted sprayer
Volume:
200-400 litres of water per hectare.
Use up to 400 litres of water per hectare where crops are thick or weeds dense.
Pressure:
2.5 - 3.0 bar.
Spray Quality:
FINE or MEDIUM.
For optimal results, use application techniques, which ensure good weed coverage and
crop penetration.
Avoid damage by drift onto broad-leaved plants outside the target area or onto ponds,
waterways and ditches.

FOLLOWING CROPS
After an application of Hussar there are no restrictions on following cereal crops or crops sown in the spring of the following year.
In addition to cereals only winter oilseed rape may be sown in the same year as Hussar is applied and this must be preceded by ploughing or thorough cultivation.

MIXING
Half fill the spray tank with clean water, start agitation and add the required quantity of
Hussar directly to the tank. Top up the tank to the required volume. Continue agitation
whilst spraying.
When tank-mixing, always add Hussar to the spray tank first and fully disperse before
adding other products.
DO NOT allow Hussar granules to come into contact with the undiluted concentrate of any other product.

 

Effective
Crops
Winter wheat
BBCH
13 - 32
Registred norm
200 - 200
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Winter triticale
BBCH
13 - 32
Registred norm
200 - 200
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Spring wheat
BBCH
13 - 29
Registred norm
150 - 150
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Spring barley
BBCH
13 - 29
Registred norm
150 - 150
Preharvest Interval
-