It may damage trees or other cultivars if the following points are not observed. Do not apply to fruit trees or other non-recommended areas where roots can be found, or where the medicine can be transported or washed. Avoid contamination of the plants with the crops where the drug is not recommended during application. Do not contaminate the streams and irrigation waters.

* TAMADA 75 DF should only be used in Marmara Region cereal planting areas. It is not recommended for use in other regions.

GENERAL INFORMATION: FULLY 75 DF is formulated as dry fluid. It is applied by mixing with water in the fight of weeds in wheat (wheat, barley, oats, rye, triticale). It is not volatile, flammable and does not corrode spraying devices. Used as recommended, TAMADA 75 DF controls many broad-leaved perennial and some narrow-leaved weeds. Many biennial and some perennial weeds are controlled or kept under pressure. The growth of sensitive plants is quickly stopped by TAMADA 75 DF. Signs of death (for example, color changing) may occur one or three weeks after spraying, depending on the growing conditions and the degree of sensitivity of the weeds. The effect of TAMADA 75 DF is slow in cold and dry conditions, and fast in hot and humid conditions


Bird food

Phalaris spp.


Alopecurus myosuroides

Thorn grass

Echinaria capitata


Papaver spp.

dark blue bottle

Centaurea depressa


Centaurea cyanus

Village immigrant

Cirsium arvense

Sticky grass

Galium aparine


Sinapis arvensis

Dead nettle

Lamium spp.

Shepherd's purse

Capsela bursa-pastoris

Venereal comb

Scandix pecten veneris

Wedding flower

Ranunculus arvensis

Donkey lettuce

Sonchus spp.

Mouse ear

Anagallis arvensis

Heart mustard

Myagrum perfoliatum

Kokar Weed

Bifora radians

Rabies grass

Allysum campestre


Reseda lutea


Matricaria chamomilla


Turigenia latifolia

Yellow weed

Boreava orientalis

Mother of pearl

Lithospermum arvense

Sparrow language

Stellaria media

Stone clover

Melilothus spp.

Hairy Deadnettle

Viedemannia orientalis


Scablosa spp.

Wild vetch

Vicia spp.

Yavsan grass

Veronica spp.

Syrian peat

Corispora syriaca



The dose is 1 gram of medicine per decare.

Narrow leaf weeds can be better controlled in pre-emergence exercises. The application should be done uniformly within 3-4 days after the wheat planting. Generally, there is no need for a second exercise to control the broad-leaved weeds that are emerging in the spring.


The dose is 1 gram of medicine per decare.

The application can be done at any time during the period from the 2-3 leaf circuit of the grain to the scabbard circuit. The best result is achieved when TAMADA 75 DF is applied to young (not 5 cm in diameter or height) and actively growing weeds.

- In Thrace and Marmara regions, spraying should be done immediately before or after the emergence of these herbs in the places where Wild mustard (Sinapis arvensis), Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla), Gönül mustard (Myagrum perfoliatum) and Köygöçüren (Circium arvense) are problematic. If not, these weeds may arise as a problem due to excessive precipitation in the spring.

- Where narrow leaf weeds are a problem, the best results are obtained when drug applications are made just before the emergence of these weeds.

USAGE: It is recommended only in areas where cereal-fallow-cereal and cereal-cereal seizures are applied. Especially Brassica species and sugar beet can be phytotoxic.

PREPARATION OF THE MEDICINE: Firstly, the required amount of medicine is mixed with water in a separate container. The prepared mixture is added to the tank of the sprayer filled with water until half of it. Do not leave the TAMADA 75 DF mixtures prepared for the application for more than 24 hours as there may be a disintegration in the drug.

NOTE: Do not apply FULL 75 DF to plants that have been damaged by damage or damage by pests due to abnormal weather conditions and drought, as the product may cause damage.

PHOTOOTOXITY: Not phytotoxic when used according to recommendations

MIXABLE CONDITION: FULLY 75 DF can be mixed with many known fungicides, insecticides and herbicides. It is recommended to test the miscibility first on a small scale before carrying out a wide application.