Features of Bandur herbicide on carrot crops application

UDC 635.132:632.954

Bernaz N.I., Irkov I.I., Azopkov M.I.

The range of herbicides recommended and widely used in carrot crops against annual weeds is limited to preparations based on promethrin, pendimethalin and fluorochloridone. In this regard, it is important to expand the range of herbicides, as well as the search for new effective drugs and tank mixtures with a different mechanism of action. In a number of foreign countries, the herbicide Bandur with a content of 600 g per 1 liter of aclopiphene from Bayer Crop Science has proven itself well on carrot crops. The aim of the study is to evaluate the biological effectiveness of the herbicide Bandur and its tank mixture with Command on carrot crops. The drugs were tested in 2018–2019 in the Ramenskoye district of the Moscow region on the field of ARRIVG – a branch of FSBSI FSVC, specially prepared for conducting small-scale experiments. Unregistered herbicide Bandur in Russia was studied on crops of carrot Shantene korolevskaya in the norms of 2.0, 3.0 and 4.0 l/ha and in addition – a tank mixture of Bandur + Command (3.0 + 0.15 l/ha). Stomp Professional, 3.5 l/ha was used as a standard. The level of contamination was determined in three periods, 30, 60 days after processing and before harvesting. The biological efficiency of the pre-emergence application of the herbicide Bandur on carrot crops in the norms of 3.0–4.0 l/ha corresponded to the effectiveness of the standard Stomp Professional, 3.5 l/ha. To maximize the reduction of clogging, especially with such difficult-to-root weeds as black nightshade, common groundsel and tenacious bedstraw, it is recommended to use Bandur, 3.0 l/ha mixed with 0.15 l/ha Command.

Key words: herbicide, weeds, carrots, norm, weediness, biological efficiency

Bernaz N.I., Сand. Sci. (Agr.), leading research fellow, Department of Agriculture and Agrochemistry. E-mail: vniioh@yandex.ru

Irkov I.I., Сand. Sci. (Techn.), leading research fellow, Department of Technology and innovation. E-mail: irkov@yandex.ru

Azopkov M.I., Сand. Sci. (Agr.), leading research fellow, Department of Technology and innovation. E-mail: max.az62@yandex.ru

ARRIVG – a branch of FSBSI FSVC

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