OUTSTANDING FEATURES OF ROUNDUP STAR
After the roundup star is applied, it is taken by the green parts of the weeds and transported to the roots of the plant, to the lumps.
In order to get the best result from the application, spraying should be done when weeds are actively growing.
Transorb technology has given Roundup Star many advantages in terms of usage conditions, impact and application time. The effectiveness of the drug is associated with other substances contained in the active substance as well as the active substance.
Monsanto has improved the product’s effectiveness and quality by using the new suraa (chemical compound that reduces surface tension in liquids) in Roundup Star. This new substance comes into play to improve the entry of Glyphosate, the active ingredient of the Roundup Star, into the plant. It manifests itself in three stages.
1) First of all, during spraying; the active ingredient holds much better on the surface of weed.
2) Then more active substance sepassing is provided from the surface of the leaf.
3) And finally the active ingredient is carried quickly to the roots within the plant.
In addition, within the first 1 hour of the application of the drug with ROUNDUP STAR, the active substance immediately penetrates into the plant and begins to circulate. For this reason, Roundup Star is not affected by the rain falling 1 hour after the application. It does not require re-medication.
PREPARING THE APPLICATION FOR IMPLEMENTATION
For the back pulpvesator; the amount of recommended medicine is mixed with a quantity of water in a separate container. Then it is added to the pülvezeror filled with water by half and the tool is completed with water.
For field pulpanders; up to half the recommended amount of medicine is added to the water-filled warehouse. The spraying tool’s mixer is activated and the tank is completed with water (only the spraying tool’s mixer is activated to prevent foaming, the top-drugged water should not be rolled back into the tank). The prepared drugged water is sprayed on to the surface of the earth on the weeds.
THE WAY OF USE OF THE ILIAC
After roundup star is applied, it is taken by the green parts of the weeds and transported to the roots of the plant, to the lumps. In order to get the best result from the application, spraying should be done when weeds are actively growing. Therefore, since the perennial large leafy weeds are more sensitive before flowering and during the flowering period, it is more successful to apply during this period. The control of the perennial narrow leafy weeds is a more successful result if the application is carried out at a time when it is fully exited, actively growing and at least 4-5 leaves.
ROUNDUP STAR is a systemic drug that controls many narrow and large leafy, single and perennial weeds. Roundup STAR’s effect on weeds occurs 7-10 days after the application (if growth is fast in a slightly shorter time, otherwise growth is slow in a slightly longer time). The ideal amount of water to be used in dekara is 20-40 liters. This goal is achieved by using fan-beaming breasts in spraying and by running the spraying instrument at low pressure (1-3 atm.).
ROUNDUP STAR is sufficient in the control of target weeds. It should not be confused with other drugs and fertilizers.