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Chemical Group Sulphonyl Urea
Controls a wide range of broadleaf weeds in cereal crops
Can be tank mixed with many other cereal herbicides to increase weed spectrum
Applied from two true leaf through until just prior to boot stage (GS 12–45)
Use a minimum of 60 litres of water per hectare in all methods of application. Maintain agitation throughout application. Crop injury may result from spray overlap. When starting, slowing or stopping shut off spray booms. Thorough sprayer decontamination is necessary to prevent injury to subsequently sprayed crops.
A potent and rapid inhibitor of plant cell pision and growth. Effective on most broadleaf weeds, through contact action and root absorption. Cereals readily metabolize Basis into non-toxic compounds.
• 12 x 1kg per Outer (box).
• Measuring cylinder sent with product, please read instructions for volumetric measurement.
• Keep out of reach of children.
• Store in accordance with NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals.
• Store in original container tightly closed in a locked, dry, cool, well ventilated area away from foodstuffs, fertilisers and seeds.
Please refer to the product label for product handling and storage details.
When stored appropriately this product should show no significant degradation for two years from the date of manufacture. Please contact your Ravensdown Account Manager, or the Customer Centre on 0800 100 123, for further information about the use of any product that is older than this.
Add the required quantity of Basis to spray tank partly filled with water and maintain agitation through filling and spraying. Allow water soluble granules to fully dissolve before spraying.
Basis is compatible with most commonly used cereal herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and foliar fertiliser as well as wild oat herbicides. Commonly tank mixed with Hat-Trick, Pasture Guard MCPA 750 and / or Pasture Guard MCPB. Basis is compatible with most other commonly used cereal herbicides