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CRT Catalogue Pull-out Feature : CRT Autumn 2014 - Tech Update
www.crt.com.au There's always better value at CRT. Crop Protection Tech Update -- Autumn 2014 Issue 8 Autumn 2014 Tech Update Hammer 400 the answer for hard to kill broadleaf weeds Hammer 400® has proven itself to be one of the most effective and versatile tools in controlling hard to kill broadleaf weeds such as Marshmallow, Capeweed, Patterson's Curse and Wild Radish prior to establishing winter and summer crops or commencing fallows. When used in combination with knock-down herbicides (glyphosate and paraquat based products) it significantly increases brownout and improves broad spectrum weed control. Trials have shown that Hammer has consistently performed better than other Group G herbicides in controlling weeds such as Marshmallow. Hammer 400 is a non residual, contact herbicide that is readily absorbed by green leaves and stems of broadleaved plants. When used at the label rates, Hammer has no residual activity from herbicide that falls onto soil, meaning no plant back or follow-on crop restrictions. In addition, Hammer has an excellent environmental and toxicity profile. Optimise performance of Hammer Climatic conditions that favour good, steady weed or plant growth and hence, optimum enzyme activity within the plant cells, also favour the activity of Hammer. Conversely, the application of Hammer to plants that are not actively growing due to cold or heat stress, or too little or too much moisture, can lead to a reduction in control. We know Agronomy We know Horticulture In this issue: • Broadleaf weed control • Maximise your yield potential • Aphid control in horticulture • Getting crops into the ground faster • Increase knockdown effect on Annual Ryegrass We know Broadacre Fig 1. FMC Marshmallow Control trial results from Swan Hill, 2012. Hammer 400 (25) + Glyphosate 450 (1800) Sharpen (18) + Glyphosate 450 (1800) Hammer 400 (50) + Glyphosate 450 (1800) Starane (100) + Glyphosate 450 (1800) Garlon (400) + Glyphosate 450 (1800) Starane (150) + Glyphosate 450 (1800) Valor (30) + Glyphosate 450 (1800) Roundup 4L + Glyphosate 450 (1800) Valor (60) + Glyphosate 450 (1800) Striker (200) + Glyphosate 450 (1800) Sharpen (9) + Glyphosate 450 (1800) 2,4-D Amine 625 (2000) Marshmallow Control
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