Nicolas herbicide is an oil dispersion (OD) formulation containing the sulfonylurea herbicide Nicosulfuron. It is a selective post-emergence herbicide, used to control annual grass weeds, broad‑leaved weeds and perennials grass weeds such as Sorghum halepense and Agropyron repens in maize.
Active ingredient: Nicosulfuron 40 g/L OD
Mode of action
Nicosulfuron is rapidly absorbed by the foliage and roots of the weed and is translocated through the xylem and phloem towards the meristematic zone. In this zone, Nicosulfuron inhibits acetolactate synthase (ALS), a key enzyme for branched‑chain amino acids synthesis, which results in the cessation of cell division and plant growth.
SAFETY PERIOD (Pre-harvest interval):
The product must not be mixed with organophosphate insecticides, or to be applied to maize, where the furrows are treated with granule organophosphate insecticides.
Can be applied to maize treated with carbamate insecticides against soil insect pests.
Selective post-emergence control in maize of annual grass weeds including Setaria, Echinochloa, Digitaria, Panicum, Lolium, and Avena spp., broad-leaved weeds includingAmaranthus spp. and Cruciferae, and perennials such as Sorghum halepense and Agropyron repens. Applied at 35-70 g/ha.
||Time of application
||Crop stage: 2 – 5 leaves Weeds stage: emerged, actively growing weeds
||1.25 – 1.5 l/ha. For hard to control weeds, the higher dose is recommended.
- Keep pesticides in original containers until used.
- Store them in a locked cabinet, building, or fenced area where they are not accessible to children, unauthorized persons, pets, or livestock.
- Do not store pesticides with foods, feed, fertilizers, or other materials that may become contaminated by the pesticides.
- Follow label directions carefully.
- Avoid splashing, spilling, leaks, spray drift, and contamination of clothing.
- NEVER eat, smoke, drink, or chew while using pesticides.
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