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!

Field pansy (VIOLA ARVENSIS)

It is a common weed among the majority of fields. The field pansy emerges on various types of soils. It is particularly burdensome for rape in the initial stage of plantation development. It is included among annual summer plants that are able to winter effectively. Emergence noted in the spring and autumn. In the first stage of growth, the weed is very competitive, and if grows to be very dense, the crop yield reduction can be significant. It is a significant threat to plants in the growth phase.

If the weather conditions would be favourable, the field pansy can reach up to a metre in height. To achieve good control effects it is reasonable to take the first steps already in the autumn. At the same time, this infestation can be eliminated at an early stage of development or during sprouting. Elimination in the spring in winter cereals may be problematic due to the advanced stage of development of the weed. Spraying should be done at an optimum time.

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