Sahib Airport is a pre emergence (2 days after crop sowing) or early post emergence (10 days after crop sowing) used for the control of weeds like canary grass (philaris minor), wild oat (avena iudoviciana), lamb’s quarters (chenopodium album), field bindweed (conovolvulus arvensis), swin cress (coronopus didymus), burmuda grass canaadon dactylon in wheat crop.
AI (gm) 875 + 87.5 to 1050 + 105
Crop(s) Common Name of Pest Dosage/HA Dilution in Water (Liter) Waiting Period between last spray to harvest (Day) Re-entry after each Applicatio n (In Hours) Formulation (Liter) Wheat Canary grass (Phalaris minor), Wild Oat (Avena Iudoviciana), Lamb’s quarters (Chenopodium album), Field bindweed (Conovolvulus arevensis), Swine Cress (Coronopus didymus), Burmuda grass (Cyanadon doctylon) 2.5-3.0 500 123 -
875 + 87.5 to
1050 + 105
Method of application: Direct spray as pre emergence or early post emergence of weeds on wheat crop.
Weather condition: Should be applied preferably in the morning and evening. Avoid applications during high wind and rain.Apply during clear whether condition.
Soil: Avoid use in sandy soil.
Application techniques and timings: per emergence (2 days after crop sowing) or early post emergence (10 days after crop sowing) spray.
Equipment type: Knapsack sprayer
Nozzle Type: Flat fan nozzle
Instructions for mixing: Required quantity of PENDIMETHALIN 35% + METRIBUZIN 3.5% SE is diluted with small quantity of water and stirred well using a stick. Then remaining quantity of water is added as per spray volume required and mixed well again by stirring.
Re-entry period: 24 hours of spraying Pre-harvest interval:123 days in Wheat
Frequency including maximum number of sprays: Single spray
Precautions for use in wheat:
Headache, giddiness, nausea, vomiting, sweating, excessive lacrimation, salivation, allergic manifestation, nervousness, anxiety, tremor, spasticity in muscles.
1. The packages containing the herbicide shall be stored in separate rooms or premises, away from the room or premises used for storing other articles or shall be kept in separate almirahs under lock and key depending upon the quantity and nature of herbicide.
2. The room or premises meant for storing the herbicide shall be well lit, dry, well ventilated and of sufficient dimension to avoid contamination with vapor.
First Aid :
Antidote : No specific antidote is known. Treat symptomatically