For post emergence use in Red beet, Fodder beet, Sugar beet and Mangolds
BEWARE: Apply this product carefully. Spray drift may cause serious damage to other desirable plants. A strategy to minimise spray drift should be employed at all times when applying spray near aquatic environments.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
DO NOT apply to crops suffering from stress due to lime or trace element deficiency, or drought, frost or pest damage.
DO NOT apply to crops suffering from damage due to an earlier herbicide treatment.
DO NOT apply when temperatures exceed 21ºC or in strong sunlight. If treatment is essential, delay spraying until the temperature falls and light intensity reduces.
BEET: RED, FODDER, SUGAR, MANGOLDS
Use rate: 2.0 L/hectare
Critical Comments: Apply early post crop emergence when weeds are small and the crop has fully expanded cotyledons but before the second true leaf stage. Apply in 80-100 L water per hectare. Use up to 3 consecutive applications of GOLTIX UNO HERBICIDE at a minimum 5 day treatment interval. Any crop may be sown 5 months after a single application of GOLTIX UNO HERBICIDE at the recommended rates. Ploughing to a minimum depth of 15cm should precede seedbed preparation for following crops.
Annual mercury Annual nettle Annual poa Black nightshade Charlock/wild mustard Chickweed Cleavers Corn marigold Cornbind Cornflower Fat hen Field forget-me-not Field pansy Field pennycress Field toadflax Fig-leaved goosefoot Fumitory Hempnettle Henbit Ivyleaf speedwell Matricaria spp. Nipplewort Orach species Red deadnettle Redroot pigweed Shepherd's-purse Spurry Summer grass Willow weed.
Barnyard grass Hedge mustard Persian speedwell Rape Scarlet pimpernel Thorn apple Wild oats
Field bindweed Field chamomile Foolsparsley Grasses Perennial weeds Wild radish.
It is an offence for users of this product to cause residues exceeding the relevant MRL in the New Zealand (Maximum Residue Limits of Agricultural Compounds) Food Standards.
Fodder beet, mangolds and sugar beet: 100 days
Red beet: 50 days
On soils containing more than 5% organic matter, the residual activity of GOLTIX UNO HERBICIDE may be reduced.
The first GOLTIX UNO HERBICIDE application should be made when the majority of crop plants have reached the fully expanded cotyledon plant stage. The earliest germinating weeds should not be larger than the fully expanded cotyledon stage at the time of spraying. Further GOLTIX UNO HERBICIDE sprays must be applied to each new flush of weeds at the cotyledon stage. Successful results from an application programme are achieved by applying each spray when the previous one is still showing an effect on the weeds. A minimum of 5 days must elapse between treatments. An interval of at least 7 days should elapse before or after application of broad-leaved herbicides or graminicides.
MIXING AND APPLICATION
GOLTIX UNO HERBICIDE is formulated as a suspension concentrate and should be shaken well before use. Fill the spray tank with 1/2 - 3/4 of water. Switch agitator on and add the product into the tank. Top-up water tank with water up to required level. Apply to crop as a fine misting spray. Apply by ground based equipment only.
|Cropsarrow_upward||arrow_upwardBBCH||arrow_upwardRegistred norm||arrow_upwardPreharvest Interval|
|Fodder beets||0 - 0||2 - 2||100|
|Mangels||0 - 0||2 - 2||100|
|Red beets, beetroots||0 - 0||2 - 2||50|
|Sugar beets||0 - 0||2 - 2||100|
- Common fumitoryFumaria officinalis ★★
- Old-field toadflaxNuttallanthus canadensis ★★
- Redroot pigweedAmaranthus retroflexus ★★
- Field penny-cressThlaspi arvense ★★
- Annual nettleUrtica urens ★★
- NipplewortLapsana communis ★★
- CornflowerCentaurea cyanus ★★
- Wild mustardSinapis arvensis ★★
- Common chickweedStellaria media ★★
- European field pansyViola arvensis ★★
- Field forget-me-notMyosotis arvensis ★★
- CleaversGalium aparine ★★
- SpurreySpergula arvensis ★★
- Common oracheAtriplex patula ★★
- MatricariaMatricaria matricarioides ★★
- Summer grassDigitaria ciliaris ★★
- Shepherd's purseCapsella bursa-pastoris ★★
- Fat henChenopodium album ★★
- Fig-leaved goosefootChenopodium ficifolium ★★
- Annual poaPoa annua ★★
- European black nightshadeSolanum nigrum ★★
- Annual mercuryMercurialis annua ★★
- ChamomileMatricaria recutita ★★
- Red dead-nettleLamium purpureum ★★
- HenbitLamium amplexicaule ★★
- Corn marigoldChrysanthemum segetum ★★
- Common hempnettleGaleopsis tetrahit ★★
- Ivy-leaved speedwellVeronica hederifolia ★★
- Persian speedwellVeronica persica ★
- Hedge mustardSisymbrium officinale ★
- Barnyard grassEchinochloa crus galli ★
- Fierce thornappleDatura ferox ★
- Scarlet pimpernelAnagallis arvensis ★
- RapeseedBrassica napus ★
- Wild oatAvena fatua ★