Ireland

Lector

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FMC - herbicide
04818

LECTOR® is a suspension concentrate formulation containing 50 g/l (4.81 % w/w) Florasulam.
For use as a post emergence herbicide for the control of cleavers and other broad leaved weeds in winter wheat, barley, rye, triticale and oats, spring wheat, barley and oats.

Rate of application
One application of up to 75 ml/ha will control all susceptible emerged weeds.

Weeds Controlled
LECTOR® is most effective when applied to small, actively growing weeds. Larger weeds may be less susceptible. For optimum performance it is important to check the size of weeds before application.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE
For professional use only.

WINTER and SPRING BARLEY, OATS, WHEAT and WINTER RYE, WINTER TRITICALE
Weeds: Cleavers, Common chickweed, Hedge mustard, Scented mayweed, Scentless mayweed, Shepherd’s purse, Volunteer oilseed rape, Wild radish (Runch).
Rate: 150ml/ha
Critical comments: maximum total dose - 150 ml/ha. Latest time of Application: up to and including flag leaf ligule just visible stage (GS 39).

Crops
LECTOR® can be applied in the spring and autumn on all varieties of winter and spring wheat, barley, oats and winter triticale and rye.

Notes
Do not spray when crops are under stress from cold, drought, pest damage, nutrient deficiency etc. Do not roll or harrow 7 days before or after application LECTOR® is mainly absorbed by the leaves of the weeds and as such can be applied on all soil types. Do not apply to crops containing or undersown with clover or other legume containing mixtures.

Restrictions/Warnings
Crop Failure In the event of crop failure in the spring after an application of LECTOR®, only the following crops may be planted: spring wheat, spring barley, spring oats, maize or ryegrass.

Following Crops
Only the following crops can be sown in the same year as a crop treated with LECTOR® is harvested: cereals, oilseed rape, field beans, grass and vegetable brassicas as transplants. * Vigour reductions may be seen in following crops of oilseed rape after a dry summer. This will be outgrown and will not result in yield loss. Only the following crops can be sown in the calendar year following treatment with LECTOR®: cereals, oilseed rape, field beans, grass, linseed, peas, sugar beet, potatoes, maize, clover (for use in grass/clover mixtures), carrots and vegetable brassicas as transplants. Take extreme care to avoid drift onto crops and non-target plants outside the target area.

Water Volume
Apply LECTOR® in 100-300 l/ha of water. The lower volume must only be used in open crops on small weeds.

Mixing and Application
Half fill the spray tank with clean water and add the required amount of LECTOR®. Add the remainder of the water and continue agitation until spraying is completed. When tank mixes are to be used, and unless directed otherwise, the preferred order of addition of products to the spray tank is as follows: water, dispersible granules, wettable powders, suspension concentrates, solution concentrate. Eachproduct should be added separately to a half filled spray tank and fully dispersed before the addition of the next product LECTOR® may be applied through tractor-mounted hydraulic sprayers and knapsack sprayers providing they are in good working order and have been calibrated according to the manufacturers’ recommendations. Do not apply through CDA applicators. Apply LECTOR® as a MEDIUM spray as defined by the BCPC system.

Joint Application
A joint application is the use of a product in tank mixture or sequence with another product.

IMPORTANT NOTE:joint applications should only be made within the label recommendations of every product in the application. Only one other product with an ALS inhibitor mode of action may be applied to a cereal crop treated with LECTOR®. A further application of LECTOR® or another product containing florasulam may be made providing the maximum total dose of florasulam is not exceeded. LECTOR® may be applied in joint application to the same cereal crop with one of the following ALS products.

Resistance
Florasulam is an ALS inhibitor. Herbicide Resistant Weeds Classification (HRAC), B. Avoid using herbicides with a single mode of action, such as ALS herbicides, in the same fields over a number of years. Growers should apply products containing herbicides with different modes of action or use sequences or tank mixes where two or more components are active against the target weeds.

Spring Application - Cereals
Winter wheat, barley, oats, triticale and rye and Spring wheat , barley and oats
LECTOR® can be applied in the spring once the crop has reached 3 leaves (GS 13) up to and including flag leaf ligule just visible stage (GS 39 inclusive).

Rate of application
One application of up to 150 ml/ha will control all susceptible emerged weeds. A split application may be applied up to a maximum total dose of 150 ml/ha where weed germination takes place over an extended period.

Weeds Controlled
LECTOR® is most effective when applied to small, actively growing weeds. Larger weeds may be less susceptible. For optimum performance it is important to check the size of weeds before application.

Autumn Application - Cereals
Winter wheat, barley, oats, triticale and rye and Spring wheat, barley and oats
LECTOR® should be applied in the autumn once the crop has reached 3 leaves (BBCH 13) up to and including flag leaf ligule just visible stage (GS 39 inclusive).

Rate of application
One application of up to 75 ml/ha will control all susceptible emerged weeds.

Weeds Controlled
LECTOR® is most effective when applied to small, actively growing weeds. Larger weeds may be less susceptible. For optimum performance it is important to check the size of weeds before application.

Effective
Crops
Spring barley
BBCH
13 - 39
Registred norm
150 - 150
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Winter barley
BBCH
13 - 39
Registred norm
150 - 150
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Spring oats
BBCH
13 - 39
Registred norm
150 - 150
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Winter oats
BBCH
13 - 39
Registred norm
150 - 150
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Winter wheat
BBCH
13 - 39
Registred norm
150 - 150
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Spring wheat
BBCH
13 - 39
Registred norm
150 - 150
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Winter rye
BBCH
13 - 39
Registred norm
150 - 150
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Winter triticale
BBCH
13 - 39
Registred norm
150 - 150
Preharvest Interval
-