A residual herbicide for the control of a wide range of weeds in WINTER OILSEED RAPE and several other AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL and in FORESTRY and AMENITY situations. A suspension concentrate containing 400 g/litre (35.3% w/w) propyzamide
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
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.
Other Specific Restrictions:
Use in pome and top/cane fruit is restricted to application to apple, blackberry, blackcurrant, gooseberry, loganberry, pear, plum, raspberry, redcurrant
This product may only be applied to edible crops except lettuce between 1st October and the specifi ed latest time of application.
Do not harvest crops for human or animal consumption for at least 6 weeks after last application.
READ THE LABEL BEFORE USE. USING THIS PRODUCT IN A MANNER THAT IS INCONSISTENT WITH THE LABEL MAY BE AN OFFENCE. FOLLOW THE CODE OF PRACTICE FOR USING PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS.
Take care to avoid local overdosing. Do not make more than one application of KERB FLO within 9 months to the same area of land.
KERB FLO can be used on all soil types with the following exceptions:
1. Do not use on soils containing more than 10% organic matter.
2. Do not use on strawberries or winter field beans grown in certain soil types. See Crop Recommendation tables.
SOIL TEXTURE (85 System)
Sands: Coarse sand, sand, fine sand, loamy coarse sand
Very Light Soils: Loamy sand, loamy fine sand, coarse sandy loam
Light Soils: Sandy loam, fine sandy loam, sandy silt loam, silt loam (85)
Medium Soils: Sandy clay loam, clay loam, silty clay loam
Heavy Soils: Sandy clay, clay, silty clay
SOIL AND WEATHER CONDITIONS
KERB FLO requires moisture for root uptake. Best residual action is obtained in moist soils of fine tilth.
KERB FLO can be applied under frosty conditions but should not be used where run-off from the soil surface is likely.
Best results are achieved when growth of weeds (especially black-grass and volunteer cereals) is slow, but transpiration continues. In mild autumns/winters, emerged weeds may take longer to be controlled, the residual activity of KERB FLO will be shortened and overall control may be reduced.
The efficiency of KERB FLO may be reduced in organic soils and in the presence of excessive surface organic debris, burnt straw, ash, or ploughed-up turf.
In winter field beans ensure a firm seedbed before spraying.
Strains of some annual grasses (e.g. black-grass, wild oats, 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 and are available from your local Teagasc/independent advisor.
Winter oil seed rape, winter field beans, lucerne: Apply KERB FLO in 200 to 1000 litres of water per hectare.
Pome fruit, top and cane fruit [apple, blackcurrant, redcurrant, gooseberry, raspberry, loganberry, blackberry, pear, plum], forestry, forest nursery, outdoor woody ornamentals, Christmas trees, lettuce (outdoor), rhubarb (outdoor), strawberry (outdoor): Apply KERB FLO in 400 to 1000 litres of water per hectare.
Ensure good ground cover.
Do not apply through broadcast air-assisted sprayers.
All crops: Application may be made through a ground crop sprayer.
Knapsack applications: Add half the required amount of water to the knapsack. Shake the KERB FLO container vigorously and add the required amount to the knapsack, agitate the knapsack until the KERB FLO is fully dispersed. Top up the knapsack with the rest of the water and spray immediately, do not allow the mixture to stand.
Micro Herbi Application: Fit the Micron Herbi with the orange nozzle and the 0.19 inch OD breather tube. Any other size could result in uneven application. Add 375 ml KERB FLO to 625 ml of water in the spray bottle. Shake thoroughly to ensure all the product is in suspension. Then add 5 ml of an approved wetting agent and shake gently to ensure an even mixture.
The Herbi applies a 1.2 metre band. To apply the recommended rate of KERB FLO, the operator should cover 10 metres in approximately 13 seconds with sprayer held at approximately 45° to the horizontal. Under very cold conditions (near 0°C) flow is improved by holding the sprayer head at 50°to the horizontal.
Where crosswinds occur allow for drift by moving the Herbi head to the windward side of the tree row.
3 litres of KERB FLO is sufficient to make 8 litres of suspension, which will treat 6,660 metres of tree line.
Add half the required volume of water to the spray tank and begin agitation. Shake the container vigorously and add the recommended quantity of KERB FLO through the filter basket. When container becomes empty, wash out with water and add the washings through the filter basket. Rinse through the filter basket and add the rest of the water. Continue agitation while topping up the tank and whilst spraying.
Spray immediately: do not allow the mixture to stand.
Thoroughly wash all spraying equipment with water immediately after use.
For the latest advice on tank mixes please contact Dow AgroSciences or your distributor.
KERB is a trademark of the Dow Chemical Company ("Dow") or an affiliated company of Dow. All other brand names used in this document are trademarks of other manufacturers in which proprietary rights may exist.
Dow AgroSciences Conditions of Supply
All goods supplied by us are of high grade and we believe them to be suitable but, as we cannot exercise control over their storage, handling, mixing or use, or the weather conditions before, during or after application which may affect the performance of the goods, all conditions and warranties, statutory or otherwise, as to the quality or fitness for any purpose of our goods are excluded. No responsibility will be accepted by us or re-sellers for any failure in performance, damage or injury whatsoever arising from their storage, handling, application or use. These conditions cannot be varied by our staff or agents whether or not they supervise or assist in the use of such goods.
|Cropsarrow_upward||arrow_upwardBBCH||arrow_upwardRegistred norm||arrow_upwardPreharvest Interval|
|Alfalfa, Lucerne||0 - 0||1.75 - 1.75||-|
|Beans||0 - 0||2.1 - 2.1||-|
|Lettuce||0 - 0||3.5 - 3.5||42|
|Rhubarbs||0 - 0||4.25 - 4.25||-|
|Strawberries||0 - 0||3.5 - 3.5||-|
|Winter rape||0 - 0||2.1 - 2.1||-|
- Annual bluegrassPoa annua ★★★
- Common wheatTriticum aestivum ★★★
- Spring wild oatAvena fatua ★★★
- Fat henChenopodium album ★★★
- Sterile bromeBromus sterilis ★★★
- Common chickweedStellaria media ★★★
- Spotted ladysthumbPolygonum persicaria ★★★
- Common nettleUrtica dioica ★★★
- Common SpeedwellVeronica officinalis ★★★
- BarleyHordeum ★★★
- European black nightshadeSolanum nigrum ★★★
- BlackgrassAlopecurus myosuriodes ★★★
- Black bindweedFallopia convolvulus ★★★
- Common knotgrassPolygonum aviculare ★★★
- Shepherd's-purseCapsella bursa-pastoris ★★
- Common poppyPapaver rhoeas ★★
- Sheep's sorrelRumex acetosella ★★
- Field Forget-me-notMyosotis arvensis ★★
- Field horsetailEquisetum arvense ★★
- Common couchCynodon dactylon ★★
- Broadleaved dockRumex obtusifolius ★★
- Common fumitoryFumaria officinalis ★★
- CleaversGalium aparine ★★
- Creeping buttercupRanunculus repens L. ★★
- ButtercupsRanunculus ★★
- Common RagwortSenecio jacobaea ★
- ChamomileMatricaria recutita ★
- White cloverTrifolium repens ★
- Common dandelionTaraxacum officinale ★
- Canada thistleCirsium arvense ★
- Spear ThistleCirsium vulgare ★
- Welted thistleCarduus crispus ★
- Common groundselSenecio vulgaris ★
- Cotton thistleOnopordum acanthium ★
- Scarlet pimpernelAnagallis arvensis ★
- Gallant soldierGalinsoga parviflora ★
- Red cloverTrifolium pratense ★