A POST EMERGENT HERBICIDE FOR WHEAT
Weed control in any small grain production system can be very disappointing, especially with the development of herbicide-resistant weeds. The occurrence of weed in wheat has been documented to decrease the wheat yield with up to 33%.
With the varieties of wheat are highly responsive to irrigation and fertilizer, the crop ecological condition has undergone a significant change leading to intensification of grassy weed problems which are difficult to control by traditional methods.
Now, King Quenson technical team has tested in markets for several years, we found KING'S CHARM, a novel safened sulfonylurea based product for post emergent application in winter wheat. The actives can move in the xylem and phloem to areas of new growth and taken up through plant foliage and roots, and inhibit the biosynthesis of essential amino acids in susceptible plants, through inhibition of acetolactate synthase (ALS).
Susceptible plants stop growth almost immediately after post-emergence application. Normally, weeds stop its growth after 2 days of application, leaves begin to appear chlorotic patches, followed by slow shoot necrosis. Finally, weeds will be completely killed in 4 to 6 weeks after application.
King Quenson technical team has carried out demonstration tests in different markets, we found KING’S CHARM has a reliable efficacy and broad spectrum control against grass weeds and main broadleaf weeds, such as ryegrass, brome grass, black grass, Medicago denticulate, Rumex., Melilotus sp., Chenopodium albumand etc.
The best timing of application of KING’S CHARM can be made from the beginning of wheat tillering no more than a second rising knot, and when the weeds are 2 to 5 leaf stage.Choose a sunny day with a temperature above 8℃, and no cooling, rain, snow, or frost in the next three days. With one application in the right timing, growers can benefit from the faster crop establishment and less competition from the weeds, and eventually higher yields and margin.
KING'S CHARM has two formulas, Oil Dispersion (OD) and Water Soluble Granules (WG), to meet the application habits of different countries and regions.
As the efficacy of ACCase inhibitors on major grass weeds continues to decline, it is necessary to incorporate KING'S CHARM, an ALS inhibiting herbicide, into the grass weed management programs.
Choose KING’S CHARM, it has finishing power on grass weeds — it’s a fast-acting, long-lasting herbicide with best-in-class crop safety. Contact us today to learn more and place your order for your bountiful harvest.
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