Plant Disease Harmful Weed Latin Name dose
WHEAT Filthy
Scented Daisy
(Anthemis cotula) 2 gr / da
Summer tapestry (Adonis aestivalis)
Field Daisy (Anthemis fumariifolia)
Stonehouse Grass (Buglossoides arvensis)
Greek False Flax (Camelina rumelica)
Eastern Korung (Conringia orientalis)
Long Broom Grass (Descurainia sophia)
the wing
(Galium tricornutum)
Thrace Mustard (Neslia apiculata)
Heather (Polygonum bellardii)
Field Wedding Flower (Ranunculus arvensis)
Charlock (Sinapis arvensis)
Common Vetch (Vicia sativa)
Spring speedwell (Veronica verna)
Spring Yavsan
(Bromus japonicus) 2,6 gr / da
Meadow Grass
(Bromus tectorum)
(Carduus pycnocephalus)
Field Fortune (Consolida regalis)
Wild Barley (Hordeum geniculatum)
Tuberous Bunch of Grass (Poa bulbosa)
Venereal Comb (Scandix pecten-veneris)
burdock (Turgenia latifolia)
Elegant Leafy Vetch (Vicia tenuifolia)

GENERAL INFORMATION: NEVIGATOR is a Herbicide in the Sulfonylurea group, which is effective in narrow and broad-leaved weeds, especially Bromus species, in winter wheat, and contains the active substance Sulfosulfuron. Prepared in water dispersible granule (WG) formulation. It is used in low doses. It is a selective herbicide.

NEVIGATOR is used in post-emergence in winter wheat.

NEVIGATOR is completed by taking weeds within 4 hours after application. The growth of sensitive weeds such as wild mustard stops shortly after application. However, the symptoms of death appear within 10 to 25 days depending on the sensitivity of weeds and the growing conditions. Appropriate air temperature (12-25 ° C), high soil and ambient humidity accelerate the effect of NEVIGATOR during and after application.

NEVIGATOR acts as the Acetolactate Synthase Inhibitor (ALS). ALS enzyme plays an important role in the synthesis of amino acids such as Leucine, Isoleucine and veline. By inhibiting these amino acids, protein synthesis is prevented, and then cell division stops and death occurs.

NEVIGATOR is generally taken from the leaf, but it can also be taken by the roots of young weeds.

USAGE TIME: NEVIGATOR can be applied in winter wheat varieties in a wide period of time from the early period (1-2 leaves period of wheat) to late period (the 2nd knuckle occurs). The latest applicable period is the 39th growth period of wheat (according to Zadoks). Best application period: it is the period when weeds grow small and actively. Soil moisture is essential for a good effect.

The drought that will occur before or after the application negatively affects the control of weeds.

Do not use NEVIGATOR in drought, flooding, frost, strong and cold wind, etc., by causing dormancy on weeds.

NEVIGATOR can be thrown with any kind of spraying tool (ground, plane). However, a good coating is also essential for a good effect. 20-25 lt of water per decare, 3-5 lt. water is sufficient. The pH of the spraying water is the most suitable 5.5-7.0.

A non-ionic surfectant must be used for maximum effect. The amount of spreading adhesive should be 0.2 - 0.4% of the water to be used per decare.

PRODUCT EXPANSION: Products other than wheat may be sensitive to certain concentrations of NEVIGATOR in the soil. For this reason, NEVIGATOR should only be recommended in areas where wheat-wheat, wheat-barley and wheat-fallow seizures are applied for now.

Sugar beet and sunflower should NOT be planted in the following year after the application in wheat fields treated with NEVİGATÖR.

Work is ongoing on other products entering seizures.

MIXABLE CONDITION: NEVIGATOR should not be mixed with hormone compounded products (MCPP or HBN's).

- Tank mix with another herbicide belonging to the NEVIGATOR sulfhonylurea group should not be made.

- Do not mix with leaf fertilizers.

- Research on tank mix is ​​ongoing. For now, herbicides that can be mixed safely; Clodinafop-propargyl is Fenoxaprop-p-ethyl.

In order to get the best effect from NEVIGATOR applications, it is recommended to mix the water applied to the decare with a non-ionic spreading adhesive at the rate of 0.2 - 0.4%. Spreading adhesives with ethoxylated tallowamine content can also be used.