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!

Common windgrass (APERA SPICA-VENTI)

It is considered one of the top pests of winter cereals. The common windgrass is a weed that is commonly seen and burdensome to farmers. it is included among annual plants, can be a summer and a winter plant. It winters well. It emerges without much trouble even at low temperatures in late autumn and early spring. If the soil is very humid, the plant numbers grow significantly. In cereals, it usually matures before the harvest, and sheds caryopses in large numbers during the harvest – up to several thousand.

The harm threshold for the common windgrass is 5-10 plants per square metre. Its control is effective in the autumn months using products such as Harpun 500 SC (can also be used in the spring) or Opal 500 SC. Spray treatment for winter rape and beet in the spring effective using Labrador 05 SC.

Cereals Autumn
Harpun 500 SC, Opal 500 SC
Harpun 500 SC
Sugar beet Labrador 05 EC
Winter rape Labrador 05 EC