Weed atlas

Effective crop protection begins with the proper recognition of agriphages. Read the descriptions and study the photo gallery of weed most common in farm plantations, and plan the best protection for Your crop!

Chamomile (MATRICARIA CHAMOMILLA)

For a long time, the chamomile has been included among the most typical weed types not only in Polish agriculture. It is an annual, summer plant that winters only weakly. It is distinguished by a very intense smell. If found broadly in animal feed, it can discourage animals from feeding. Should intense pressure emerge, it becomes a problem in terms of farming, because it hinders the harvest and reduces crop yield. It is most common in cereals, as well as maize and root vegetables. It is seldom found in rape fields. It develops best on slightly acidic, nitrogen-rich clay soils.

The chamomile can have a stalk up to 15 cm in height, and its flowers have a diameter of approx. two centimetres. It flowers between May and August. The weed is not difficult to eliminate if one would plan spraying with herbicides properly.

UsageControl
Sports fields, golf courses, lawns Chwastox Trio 540 SL
Ruderal areas, unused areas Agrosar 360 SL
Stubble fields Agrosar 360 SL
Winter rape Agrosar 360 SL
Winter wheat Agrosar 360 SL, Chwastox Trio 540 SL
rye Chwastox Trio 540 SL
winter triticale Chwastox Trio 540 SL
Summer barley Chwastox Trio 540 SL
oat Chwastox Trio 540 SL