GLYPHOSATE ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT 480G/L
A Soluble concentrate non-selective foliar, systemic herbicide for the control of wide range of annual and perennial grasses, broadleaf weeds and certain woody perennials.
GENERAL DIRECTIONS: Lynch is a broad spectrum, non-selective, non-residual, foliar absorbed and translocated herbicide for control of emerged weeds. It is deactivated immediately upon contact with the soil and does not provide residual weed control. Plants should be actively growing, free of stress with clean foliage at time of spraying. Do not treat plants that are silt laden or affected by drought, frost, water logging, grazing, or previous herbicide application. Do not spray if rain is likely within 6 hours. The effects of Lynch may not be apparent for 3-7 days depending on weather conditions, weed species and the herbicide rate used. Some perennial weeds may not show effects for 14-21 days.
CROP ESTABLISHMENT: Lynch is recommended for control of emerged weeds prior to crop establishment. Suitable cultivation and/or sowing operations are required to provide seed bed conditions satisfactory for crop germination and development. Spraying early to control young weeds will favor preparation of suitable seed beds. On friable soils and where there is only light cover of young weeds, sowing may proceed satisfactorily from one day after spraying. In situations of heavy weed growth sowing should be delayed until weed decay and soil conditions allow formation of a satisfactory seed bed. Incorporation of green or decaying vegetation and roots into the seedbed by cultivation or sowing may cause retarded crop emergence, particularly in cold and/or wet conditions. Vegetation may be reduced by grazing and weed decay may be assisted by cultivation to leave trash on the surface. In marginal seedbed conditions take care to achieve correct seeding depth, and avoid use of pre-emergence herbicides where label directions advise of risk of retarded crop emergence.
Lynch contains glyphosate, a GROUP G HERBICIDE from the glycine chemical group with the inhibition of EPSP synthase mode of action. Naturally occuring weed biotypes resistant to glyphosate are known to exist. These become more prevalent after many years of continuous use of the product. To prevent or delay development of resistant biotypes, use Lynch in tank mixture or rotation with herbicides of a different mode of action against the weed.
|Fruits, Berries, Vineyard, Citrus, Nuts, Kiwi||annual weeds||2-3 L/ha|
|Fruits, Berries, Vineyard, Citrus, Nuts, Kiwi||perennial weeds||3-5 L/ha|
|Maize; Wheat Rapeseed, sunflower, soy beans, cereals||annual and perennial weeds||2-3 L/ha|
|Tea||annual and perennial weeds||3-5 L/ha|
|Non-Agricultural Areas||annual and perennial weeds||2-3 L/ha|
|City facilities, irrigation and drainage diches||annual and perennial weeds||3-5 L/ha|