Agrosar® 360 SL

Product use advantages

Dependable in action

High effectiveness in the control of monocots and dicots.

Broad application ability: Stubble fields, before sowing for the purpose of weed control, before the harvest to make it simpler.

No limitations as to the selection of subsequent crops.

Basic information

Utility form

SL – water-soluble concentrate; creates the actual solution

Active substance content

glyphosate 360 g/ l

Mechanism of action per HRAC

G

Mode of uptake

Through the leaves

Mode of action

Systemic

Range of application

CROP DOSE [l/ ha] NUMBER OF TREATMENTS PERIOD OF APPLICATION

Application before the harvest

Winter rape 3,0 1

During seed technical maturity, at a seed humidity of approx. 30%, when pods in the main shoots are 2/3 yellow-celadon, and 70% of the seeds being reddish-brown.

Winter wheat 4,0 1 In the wax maturity phase, at a seed humidity of 20–30%, meaning 10-14 days before the planned seed harvest.
Application following the harvest
Winter rape 4,0 1 On stubble fields – from halfway through August until late autumn on green, intensely growing weed
Winter wheat
Weed control in orchards
Apple tree* 3,0 – 8,0 1 From spring until autumn on green, intensely growing weed
*possibility of usage of the following mix: Glifoherb 360 SL [5,0 l/ha] + Chwastox Extra 300 SL [2,5 l/ha] or Agrosar 360 SL [5,0 l/ha] + Chwastox Professional 750 SL [1,0 l/ha] 
Small-area application

gooseberry, aronia,
blackcurrant,
red currant,
white currant,
pear tree, peach tree,,
sweet cherry tree, apricot,
plum tree, sour cherry tree

3,0 - 8,0 1 From spring until autumn on green, intensely growing weed
Crops and nurseries 2,0 – 3,0 1 From spring until autumn on green, intensely growing weed
Renewals and forest plantings 2,0 - 3,0 1 From spring until autumn on green, intensely growing weed

Gardens, garden plots, yards, areas along building foundations, fences and other divisions,
around trees and flower beds,
by shrubberies and bushes, between pavement slabs and cobblestones, around the house entryway and entry roads

5,0 – 7,5 2** From spring until autumn on green, intensely growing weed.
* possibility of usage of the following mix: Agrosar 360 SL [5.0 l/ha] + Chwastox Extra 300 SL [2.5 l/ha] ;**Minimum separation between treatments: 21 days.

Weed control effectiveness

Weed sensitivity: SENSITIVE
Cockspur
Common chickweed
Goosefoot
Common poppy
False mayweed
Canadian horseweed
Wild buckwheat
Old-man-in-the-Spring
Shepherd's purse
Annual bluegrass
 
 
Weed sensitivity: SENSITIVE
Field pansy
Goosefoot
Common poppy
False mayweed
Couch grass
Cleavers
Wild buckwheat
Shepherd's purse
 
 
Weed sensitivity: SENSITIVE
Ribwort plantain
Broadleaf plantain
Common mugwort
Cornflower
Cockspur
Field mustard
Common chickweed
Pinweed
Purple dead-nettle
Goosefoot
White clover
Cock's-foot
False mayweed
Canada goldenrod
Common wild oat
Hairy crabgrass
Couch grass
Smooth hawksbeard
Canadian horseweed
Cleavers
Common mouse-ear chickweed
Chamomile
Old-man-in-the-Spring
Hedge mustard
Red-root amaranth
Bitter dock
Common sorrel
Common yellow woodsorrel
Shepherd's purse
Field pennycress
Annual bluegrass
Green foxtail
Bird vetch
Common vetch
 
 
Weed sensitivity: SENSITIVE
Ribwort plantain
Broadleaf plantain
Common mugwort
Cornflower
Cockspur
Field mustard
Common chickweed
Pinweed
Purple dead-nettle
Goosefoot
White clover
Cock's-foot
False mayweed
Field milk thistle
Common dandelion
Canada goldenrod
Common wild oat
Smooth crabgrass
Couch grass
Smooth hawksbeard
Finger speedwell
Canadian horseweed
Cleavers
Birdweed
Common mouse-ear chickweed
Chamomile
Hedge mustard
Red-root amaranth
Common yellow woodsorrel
Field sorrel
Bitter dock
Common sorrel
Shepherd's purse
Field pennycress
Annual bluegrass
Green foxtail
Bird vetch
Common vetch
 
 
Weed sensitivity: SENSITIVE
Ribwort plantain
Broadleaf plantain
Small-flowered crane's-bill
Bloody crane's-bill
Common mugwort
Cornflower
Cockspur
Swallowwort
Field mustard
Common chickweed
Pinweed
Creeping buttercup
Purple dead-nettle
Goosefoot
Oldfield clover
Common yarrow
Cock's-foot
False mayweed
Field milk thistle
Common dandelion
Canada goldenrod
Creeping thistle
Common wild oat
Smooth crabgrass
Couch grass
Smooth hawksbeard
Gout wort
Stinging nettle
Field bindweed
Birdeye speedwell
Finger speedwell
Canadian horseweed
Cleavers
Birdweed
Common mouse-ear chickweed
Chamomile
Hedge mustard
Red-root amaranth
Field sorrel
Bitter dock
Common sorrel
Common yellow woodsorrel
Shepherd's purse
Field pennycress
Annual bluegrass
Green foxtail
Bird vetch
Common vetch
 
 
Weed sensitivity: SENSITIVE
Small-flowered crane's-bill
Common chickweed
Purple dead-nettle
Goosefoot
Common dandelion
Couch grass
Canadian horseweed
Birdweed
Old-man-in-the-Spring
Shepherd's purse
Annual bluegrass
Fringed willowherb
 
 
Weed sensitivity: SENSITIVE
Small-flowered crane's-bill
Cockspur
Common chickweed
Purple dead-nettle
Goosefoot
Common dandelion
Couch grass
Canadian horseweed
Birdweed
Old-man-in-the-Spring
Field horsetail
Shepherd's purse
Annual bluegrass
Fringed willowherb
 
 
Weed sensitivity: SENSITIVE
Cockspur
Soft brome
Annual bluegrass
Small-flowered crane's-bill
Field pansy
Field mustard
Common chickweed
Purple dead-nettle
Goosefoot
Shepherd's purse
Common Common dandelion
False mayweed
Couch grass
Birdeye speedwell
Field speedwell
Birdweed
Black-bindweed
Thale cress
Field horsetail
Old-man-in-the-Spring
Red-root amaranth
Fringed willowherb
Gallant soldiers
 
 

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