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!

Purple dead-nettle (LAMIUM PURPUREUM)

A summer, annual plant that can cope with winter well. The purple dead-nettle is a common weed found in most crops. It is considered a very competitive plant. It competes with the crop to get its nutrients from the soil, as well as water and space in the field. Farmers will be happy to note that controlling the purple dead-nettle is not a difficult task. Emergence and development recorded throughout most of the growing season. Low temperatures do not hinder it. It feels best in clay and rich soils full of valuable nutrients.

The purple dead-nettle is seen in ruderal settings, in baulks and along roads. Due to the visual similarity it can often be mistaken for the stinging nettle. It blossoms in the spring and if autumn is warm. Can grow to a height of 5-30 cm. The speed of growth is high, which is related to the necessity of undertaking actions. Recommended spraying with a herbicide suitable for the crop.

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