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    Wing® P

    Control of broad-leaved weeds and annual grasses in maize, pre- or early post-emergence.

    Summary of benefits
    Advantages of using Wing® P:
    Complementary solubility and soil adsorption of the two component residual herbicides.
    Increased activity on key weeds affecting maize.
    Excellent residual activity.
    Controls late emerging weeds beyond latest application timing of contact herbicides.
    Can be applied up to and including four leaves of the crop.
    Can be mixed with contact partner to control larger weeds or to broaden weed spectrum.

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    Detailed Product Information

    Dimethenamid-P

    Name:
    Dimethenamid-P
    Formulation:
    EC
    Active Ingredients:
    212,5 g/l

    Mode of action

    Dimethenamid-p belongs to the chloroacetamide class of herbicides (HRAC Group K3). The mode of action of the chloroacetamide herbicides is believed to function through inhibition of the synthesis of very-long-chain fatty acids (VLCFAs) in the lipid biosynthesis pathway. The inhibition is brought about via interaction of the herbicides with the condensing elongase enzyme system. However, the specific target sites have not been identified as yet. This inhibition leads to inhibited cell division and tissue differentiation, subsequently giving rise to stunting, deformation and death of seedling weeds.

    Detailed Product Information

    Pendimethalin

    Name:
    Pendimethalin
    Formulation:
    EC
    Active Ingredients:
    250 g/l

    Mode of action

    Pendimethalin is a cell division and cell elongation inhibitor. It acts by disrupting microtubules, the strands in the cell that act in the process of cell division (mitosis). Microtubules also control the growth of cell walls. When the microtubules are absent or no longer fulfil their function, there is no control of cell wall growth. The so-called cellulose-microfibrils (cell wall building blocks) are no longer interwoven in parallel but are scattered at random instead. This leads to a loss of strength and elasticity of the cell wall, giant cells are often formed and tissue swelling results. The result is a cessation of elongation and growth. Pendimethalin belongs to the dinitroaniline chemical group, classified as HRAC Group K1.