|Plant||Disease Harmful Weed||Latin Name||dose||period||Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting|
|Egypt||crow's feet||Chenopodium album||30 ml/da||Weeds after exit in the period of 2-6 leaves||30 day|
|Dog Grape||Solanum nigrum|
|Red rooted foxtail||Amaranthus retroflexus|
|Pork beef||(Xanthium strumarium)|
NOT USED FOR DESSERT CORN AND EXPLOSION (POPCORN) CORN VARIETY
It is recommended to use CALLOTRINE by mixing with spreading adhesives such as AGSURF. Dose of spreading adhesive is 500 ml in 100 liters of water.
PLANT TOLERANCE: CALLOTRINE is a special herb medicine developed for use only in corn. When used in accordance with the recommendations, it is well tolerated by corn. It can be used in corn produced by seed and in self-seeding lines. In this case, the recommendations of the hybrid manufacturer must be followed.
CONVENTION AND REPEATING: If there is no maize for any reason, corn can be planted again immediately. As a crop plant, winter wheat, rapeseed and sunflower can be planted after tillage.
CAUTION: Sugar beet, pea and bean planting can be done 18 months after the application of CALLOTRINE and after tillage. Sugar beet and vegetables cannot be planted as a crop after maize planting. Spraying should not be done while weeds and corn are wet.
MIXABILITY CONDITION: Although CALLOTRINE can be mixed with herbicide and leaf fertilizers commonly used in corn plant, it is recommended to determine the plant tolerance and mixture state with small applications before such wide applications to be made as a tank mixture. In improper weather conditions, it should be avoided to mix tanks with other drugs to be used after exiting.