|Plant||Disease Harmful Weed||Latin Name||dose||period|
|SUGAR BEET||Wild oats||(Avena spp)||
1000 ml / da (In light and medium soils)
1100 ml / da (In heavy and humus rich soils)
|Before raking or shovels before planting|
|Bunch of herbs||(Poa spp)|
|Wild radish||(Raphanus raphanistrum)|
|Sparrow language||(Stelleria media)|
|Ivy Shepherd Wand||(Polygonum convolvulus)|
|Coriander herb||(Spergula arvensis)|
|Red Rooted Foxtail||(Amaranthus retroflexus)|
|Button Grass||(Poterium minor)|
|Black biceps||(Atriplex spp)|
|crow's feet||(Chenopodium album)|
|Shepherd's purse||(Capsella bursa-pastoris)|
|Ordinary giant||(Taraxacum officinalis)|
|Dog currant||(Solanum nigrum)|
|Dead nettle||(Lamium amplexicaule)|
QUANTITY OF WATER TO BE USED 30-60 l / da
Pyralet T is a drug used against seed-growing annual narrow and broad-leaved weeds. It does not affect perennial weeds. The weeds that are germinating die before taking the drug or before leaving the soil surface or shortly after exiting. To achieve this, the drug should be thrown into well-prepared, dry and damp soil. Pyralet T should be mixed into the soil immediately after it is discarded as it acts while partially turning into gas.
HOW TO USE:
Pyralet T is used for narrow and broad leaf weeds in beet fields.
Pyralet T is applied on the surface of the seed bed prepared without a tube. The drug should be mixed into the soil superficially (3-5 cm) with creams or a rake immediately after disposal. After this process, sowing should be done. If the weather conditions are not available, sowing can be done a few days later. If the soil surface is very dry, then the soil should be pressed by pulling the roller after planting and before the beet germinates.
IMPACT TIME AND EXTERIOR:
Depending on the soil structure and climate conditions, Pyralet T can last from a few weeks to several months. If, for any reason, the beet is broken (flood, hail, germination problem etc.) into the same field; beets, potatoes or corn can be planted. If Pyralet T is used in accordance with the recommendations, it does not cause any phytotoxicity in cultivated plants after the normal harvest of beets.
If it is desired to make a mixture, premix test should be done.