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!

Small-flowered crane's-bill (GERANIUM PUSILLUM)

The small-flowered crane's-bill also belongs to a group of well-wintering weeds. This is an annual, summer plant. It is a common weed and is seen in many plantations – both in broad as well as narrow rows. Its level of burden is rather low due to the broad range of products that can control it easily. It emerges between autumn until late spring. Its development is facilitated by nitrogen-rich soils. It grows quite commonly in ruderal areas, on roadsides and in baulks. It is often a neighbour of such crops as flax, beet or maize. It blossoms between May and October.

The small-flowered crane's-bill is best controlled when it has not yet developed well in the managed area. Its subsequent emergence and growth effectively deprive plants of the necessary nutrients contained in the soil. Spraying should be adapted to the type of crop planted.

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