Herbicide composition and method of preventing growth of weeds

 

(57) Abstract:

Herbicide activity derived aryloxypropanolamine (AOP) of the formula I, where Z is an oxygen atom, R1, R2-N; R3Is h; or ethyl; X is trifluoromethyl; q = 0, n = 1, y is fluorine, m = 0 or 1, synergistically enhanced by combination with one or more herbicides selected from the group comprising chlorotoluron, Isoproturon, cyanazine, brooklynlaurent, oxynil, dichlorprop, diclofop, MSRA, mecoprop (SMRR), pendimethalin, prosulfocarb, amidosulfuron, klonipin, peridot, flurenol, fluroxypyr and planrep-isopropyl at a weight ratio of AOP and the second component 2:1 - 1:72,6. The composition may be used to combat a wide range of weed species on plots with cereals . 2 C. and 7 C.p. f-crystals, 93 table.

The present invention relates to improving the efficiency aryloxypropanolamine herbicides by combination with other herbicide selected connection.

Aryloxypropanolamine represent a new group of compounds disclosed in the application for the European patent N 447004 who possess excellent herbicide activity, in particular against broad-leaved weeds in cereal crops. However, when aryloxy the project in the fight against a wide range of weed species, which are found in commercial agronomic practice. Such gaps in the spectrum of activity can often be resolved by joint processing with another herbicide, which is known that it is effective against the weeds in question. During their research the effectiveness of various compounds as companions for aryloxypropanolamine, applicants have found that the selected combination not only provide the expected additional effect, but to find a significant (synergistic) effect (i.e., these combinations show a significantly higher level of activity than predicted inferred from the activity of individual compounds) that provides the basis for greater selectivity in relation to the species of cultivated plants.

A mixture of herbicides shows a synergistic effect if the herbicide activity of the mixture is higher than the sum of the activities of the individual compounds used. Expected herbicide activity of this mixture of two herbicides can be calculated as follows (see Colby, S. R., "Calculating synergistic and antagonistic response of herbicide combinations", Weeds 15, pp. 20-22 (1967)):

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where X is the inhibition of growth (in percent) when processing the emblem is of growth (in percent) in the processing of the herbicide 2 at the dose of q kg/ha compared to the untreated control samples;

WE mean herbicide effect, which is expected when processing (% inhibition of growth compared with the control untreated samples) by a combination of herbicide 1 and 2 at the dose of p + q g/ha

If the actual impact in the fight against weeds (W) exceeds the expected (calculated) exposure (WE), the mixture shows a synergistic effect.

Thus, the compositions of the present invention not only affect certain types of weeds that are difficult to deal effectively with the help of some aryloxypropanolamine, in particular, with gramineous weeds such as Alopecurus myosuroides: Apera spica-venti; and Echinocloa crus-galli), but also show significant synergistic increase in the level of activity in relation to these weeds, and many other broadleaf weeds. This combination of advantages brings significant benefits when used in agricultural practice. Firstly, there is the processing of grain crops, which will restrain the growth of the most important weed species; secondly, it creates the opportunity for weed control with the use of smaller quantities of active substances, which is an important advantage for the environment, and also leads to great the s offers a herbicide composition, containing acceptable to the herbicide carrier and/or surfactant together, as active ingredient, with a mixture of at least one aryloxypropanolamine General formula I

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in which Z represents an oxygen atom or a sulfur atom;

R1represents a hydrogen atom or halogen atom, or alkyl or halogenation group;

R2represents a hydrogen atom or alkyl group;

q = 0 or 1;

R3represents a hydrogen atom or an alkyl or alkenylphenol group;

each group X represents independently a halogen atom or optionally substituted alkilsul or CNS group, preferably halogenating group, or alkenylacyl, cyano, carboxypropyl, alkoxycarbonyl group (alkylthio)carbonyl group, alkylcarboxylic group, aminogroup, alkylamide, a nitrogroup, allylthiourea, halogenation, altertekhnogrupp, alinytjara, alkylsulfonyl group, alkylsulfonyl group, alkyloxyalkyl group, or algeriaxinhuaalgiers group;

n = 0 or an integer from 1 to 5;

each group Y represents the independent and halogenlampe;

m = 0 or an integer from 1 to 5;

in combination with another herbicide component, select

a) herbicides urea type, in particular of chlortoluron, Isoproturon, linuron or neburon;

b) herbicide triazines type, in particular atrazine, cyanazine or Simazine;

C) hydroxybenzonitrile herbicide, in particular bromoxynil or ioxynil; and

d) herbicide-based aryloxyalkanoic acid, in particular diploproa, diclofop, MCPA or mecoprop (CMPP);

e) dinitroaniline herbicide, such as pendimethalin;

f) THIOCARBAMATE herbicide, such as prosulfocarb;

g) amidosulfuron;

h) herbicide type diphenyl ether, such as klonipin;

i) pyridazinone herbicide, such as peridot;

j) herbicide type fluorocarbonates acid, such as flurenol;

k) herbicide type pyridyloxyacetic acid, such as fluroxypyr;

l) arylamino herbicide, such as femprep-isoproyl.

The type of resistance aryloxypropanolamine (hereinafter abbreviated as denoted here "AOP") is such that the combined treatment according to the present invention can be achieved either by applying prepared cmakedefine, in another variant of its implementation, the present invention provides a method of combating weeds at a locus with a grain, which includes the use of the AOP locus, the definition of which is given above, and the second component, which selects among the components listed above.

Processing in accordance with the present invention can be used to combat a wide range of weed species on plots with cereals, for example wheat, barley, rice and maize, by processing before or after the appearance of their seedlings, particularly in the initial and later periods of emergence without significant damage to crops.

The term "application to germination" means the use for tillage, in which there are seeds or seedlings before emergence of weeds on the soil surface. "Application after germination" means the processing of above-ground or open parts of the weeds that have emerged above the soil surface.

Weeds that can be controlled with the help of such combinations include the following.

Veronica persica, Veronica hedearaeforia, Stellaria media, Lamiun purpureum, Lamium amplexicaule, Aphanes arvensis, Galium aparine and Alopecurus myosuroides, Matricaria Iula arvensis, Cerastes holosteoides, Arenaria seryllifolia, Silene vulgaris, Legousia hybrida, Geranium dissectum, Montia perfoliata, Myosotis arvensis, Chenopodium arvensis, Polygonum aviculare, Polygonum lapathifolium, Polygonum convolvulus, Galeopsis tetrahit, Chrysantemum segetum, Centaurea cyanus, Viola arvensis, Senecio vulgaris, Cirsium arvense.

The preferred compound for use as aryloxypropanolamine component is a compound of General formula (II)

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in which R2represents a hydrogen atom or ethyl group;

Y represents a hydrogen atom or a fluorine atom.

The rate of application of AOP component is typically in the range of from 25 to 250 g active ingredient (I. ha) per hectare, with satisfactory deter weed growth and selectivity can often be achieved when standards 30-100 Gai/ha Optimum rate for a particular application will depend on cultivated crops (crops) and the predominant species infecting weed, and can be easily installed conventional biological tests.

Similarly, the second component will depend on system crop/weed, which is treated, and is easily installed by specialists in this field of technology. The rate of application of the second component is determined, first of all, khimicheskikh. For example, the activity of herbicides triazine type such as cyanazine or Simazine can almost ten times exceed the activity of the herbicide type urea, such as chlortoluron or Isoproturon. In General, the application rate of the second component is in the range from 500 to 5000 Gai/ha, preferably from 1000 to 2500 Gai/ha, when the second component is a herbicide type urea or THIOCARBAMATE; in the interval from 25 to 1000 Gai/ha, when the second component is amidosulfuron or herbicide type pyridyloxyacetic acid; and in the interval from 100 to 750 Gai/ha, when the second component is a herbicide from any other group of the herbicides listed above. Moreover, the optimal rate for the selected second component will depend on cultivated crops (crops) and level of weed infestation, and can be easily installed conventional biological tests. Naturally, with such a large spread of norms of application of the second component, the ratio of AOP to this second component will be determined mainly by the choice of the second component. Thus, the ratio of AOP: (the second component) may vary from 2:1 (second component amidosulfuron) to 1: 60 (the second component of Oia weeds. Plant seeds are sown in pots containing a mixture of humus with sand and clay (loamy sand soil) (0,5 l). Herbicides are used for processing only herbicide, and for the treatment of the composition (combination), including a connection AOP formula I, and a second connection, which chose before or after emergence of weeds and crops. The effect of the herbicide was evaluated as the percentage of damage when compared to untreated control plants. The evaluation is made 21 days after treatment. Wheat and barley treated at the stage of 3-4 leaves, broad-leaved weeds - at the stage of 2-4 leaves.

Component AOP used in most assessments, is a compound of the above formula II in which Y represents a fluorine atom, and R2represents a hydrogen atom, and the following test results this connection is denoted by WL 161616. Also use two other compounds of the above formula II, namely, (i) compound in which Y represents a hydrogen atom, and R2is an ethyl group (denoted WL 165181), and ii) a compound in which Y and R2both represent hydrogen atoms (denoted WL 163193).

The second component is chosen among perechisleny ootvetstvovali established level of activity of the second component.

The results of these experiments are summarized in the table as examples 1 to 17, in which all the results obtained with the selected "second component", summarized in the example with the same number, with different dosages and/or the samples are numbered "1A", "1B", and so on, From these results it becomes clear that all experiments show synergism between AOP-AMI and the selected second connection. Tolerance of crops (wheat and barley) in all cases, the processing is excellent.

Example 1A

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with isoproterenol (30 Gai/ha + 1000 Gai/ha) compared to broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, assessed according to the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Polygonum convolvulus, species, such as thlaspi arvense, Capsella bursa - pastoris, sinapis arvense, Lamium purpureum, Matricaria inodora and Galium aparine is 93, 91, 89, 84, 55, 81 and 90, respectively, which clearly shows that the combination is energetyczny.

Example 1B

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with isoproterenol (30 Gai/ha +1000 Gai/ha) in relation to herbaceous (narrow leaf) weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, assessed according to the Colby formula;

Example 1C

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with isoproterenol (60 Gai/ha + 1000 Gai/ha) against Apera spica - venti, when applied after germination

WE = expected response, assessed according to the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

The expected response Apera spica-venti; 79, which plainly shows that the combination is synergistic.

Example 1D.

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with isoproterenol (60 Gai/ha + 960 Gai/ha) compared to broad-leaved and narrow-leaved weeds when applied prior to emergence

WE is the expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W is the observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Viola arvensis, Veronica persica and Alopecurus myosuroides is 57, 82, 17, and 24, respectively, which clearly shows that the combination is synergistic.

Example 1E

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with isoproterenol (120 Gai/ha + 960 Gai/ha) compared to broad-leaved and narrow-leaved weeds

WE is the expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W is the observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Veronica persica and Alopecurus myosuroides is 57, 71 and 32, respectively, Yas is 16 and Isoproturon (60 Gai/ha + 1440 Gai/ha) compared to broad-leaved and narrow-leaved weeds when applied prior to emergence

WE is the expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W is the observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Viola arvensis, Veronica persica and Alopecurus myosuroides 67, 86, 66 and 78, respectively, which clearly shows that the combination is synergistic.

Example 1G

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with isoproterenol (120 Gai/ha + 1440 Gai/ha) against Alopecurus myosuroides

WE is the expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W is the observed response.

Expected impact on Alopecurus myosuroides is 34, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 1H

Herbicide action mixture IPU /flurenol (1000 Gai/ha + 180 Gai/ha) with WL 161616 (30 Gai/ha) broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE is the expected response, as measured by the formula Colbi;

W is the observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (2 whorl) and Lamium purpureum is 82 and 61, respectively, clearly showing that the combination is synergistic.

Example 1J

Herbicide action mixture IPU /flurenol (1000 Gai/ha + 180 Gai/ha) with WL 161616 (60 Gai/ha) against broad-leaved weeds and narrow when applied after germination

WE expected about the whorl), Lamium purpureum and Alopecurus myosuroides is 82, 68 and 36, respectively, clearly showing that the combination is synergistic.

Example 1K

Herbicide action mixture IPU /fluorenol (2000 Gai/ha + 180 Gai/ha) with WL 161616 (30 Gai/ha) in relation to the wide - and narrow-leaved weeds when applied after germination

* initial efficiency after 20 days after treatment;

WE is the expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W is the observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl) and Alopecurus myosuroides is 85 and 55, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 1L

Herbicide action mixture IPU /flurenol (2000 Gai/ha + 180 Gai/ha) with WL 161616 (60 Gai/ha) in relation to the wide - and narrow-leaved weeds when applied after germination

* initial efficiency after 20 days after treatment;

WE is the expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W is the observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (2 whorl), Galium aparine (3 whorl) and Alopecurus myosuroides 85, 87 and 55, respectively, clearly showing that the combination is synergistic.

Example 2A

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with chlortoluron (120 Gai/compliance shoots

* initial efficiency;

WE is the expected response, assessed according to the Colby formula;

W is the observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (2 whorl), Matricaria inodora, Cirsium arvense, Senecio vulgaris, Lamium purpureum and Alopecurus myosuroydes is 87, 80, 92, 74, 61 and 45, respectively, which clearly shows that the combination is synergistic.

Example 2B

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with chlortoluron (120 Gai/ha + 960 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 8) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination ]

WE is the expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W is the observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl), Galium aparine (2 whorl), Stellaria media, Veronica hederaefolia, Matricaria inodora, Chenopodium album, Cirsium arvense, and Senecio vulgaris is 83, 65, 73, 89, 41, 58, 74 and 65, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 2C

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with chlortoluron (120 Gai/ha + 480 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 4) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl), Galium aparine (2 whorl), Stellaria media, Veronica hederaefolia, Matricaria PNA is synergistic.

Example 2D

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with chlortoluron (120 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 2) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl), Galium aparine (2 whorl), Stellaria media, Galeopsis tetrahit, Veronica hederaefolia, Matricaria inodora, Polygonum convolvulus and Cirsium arvense is 74, 53, 18, 85, 89, 25, 57 and 57, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 2E

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with chlortoluron (60 Gai/ha + 1920 Gai/ha = mixture 1:32) in relation to the wide - and narrow-leaved weeds when applied after germination

* initial efficiency;

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl), Galium aparine (2 whorl), Matricaria inodora, Cirsium arvense, Senecio vulgaris, Lamium purpureum and Alopecurus myosuroides is 90, 87, 78, 89, 62, 61 and 30, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 2F

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with chlortoluron (60 Gai/ha + 960 Gai/ha = mixture 1:16) against broadleaf weeds when applied tx2">

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl), Galium aparine (2 whorl), Stellaria media, Veronica hederaefolia, Matricaria inodora, Chenopodium album, Cirsium arvense, and Senecio vulgaris is 75, 63, 71, 83, 35, 55, 65 and 48, respectively, clearly showing that the combination is synergistic.

Example 2G

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with chlortoluron (60 Gai/ha + 480 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 8) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl), Galium aparine (2 whorl), Stellaria media, Veronica hederaefolia, Matricaria inodora, Polygonum convolvulus, Chenopodium album, Cirsium arvense, and Senecio vulgaris is 64, 52, 24, 83, 19, 58, 34, 48 and 42, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 2H

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with chlortoluron (60 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1:4) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl), Galium aparine (2 whorl), Stellaria media, Galeopsis tetrahit, Sinapis arvensis, Veronica hederaefolia, Polygonum convolvulus and Cirsium arvense is 61, 50, 12, 84, 86, 83, 49 and 42, respectively, which thou WL 161616 with chlortoluron (30 Gai/ha + 960 Gai/ha = mixture 1:32) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl), Galium aparine (2 whorl), Stellaria media, Veronica hederaefolia, Matricaria inodora, Chenopodium album u Cirsium arvense is 64, 51, 71, 73, 32, 45 and 60, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 2K

herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with chlortoluron (30 Gai/ha + 480 Gai/ha = mixture 1:16) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl), Galium aparine (2 whorl), Stellaria media, Veronica hederaefolia, Matricaria inodora, Pjlygonum convolvulus u Cirsium arvense is 49, 37, 24, 73, 15, 56 and 41, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 3A

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with cyanazine (60 Gai/ha + 300 Gai/ha = mixture 1:5) in relation to the wide - and narrow-leaved weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine, Matricaria inodora, Polygonum convolvulus, Stellaria media u Alopecurus myosuroides is 57, 97, 88 and 41, but the mixture WL 161616 with cyanazine (60 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 4) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl and 3 whorl), Veronica persica, Stellaria media, Lamium amplexicable u Polygonum convolvulus is 70, 60, 84, 87, 25 and 71, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 3C

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with cyanazine (30 Gai/ha + 300 Gai/ha = mixture 1:10) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl), Veronica persica, Stellaria media, Lamium amplexicable, Polygonum convolvulus u Matricaria inodora is 55, 80, 90, 8, 63 and 89, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 3D

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with cyanazine (30 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 8) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl), Veronica persica, Lamium amplexicable u Polygonum convolvulus 55, 79, 9 and 63, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergy is against broadleaf weeds

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine, Matricaria inodora, Polygonum convolvulus u Stellaria media is 21, 81, 89 and 74, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 3F

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with cyanazine (60 Gai/ha + 300 Gai/ha = mixture 1:5) in relation to the wide - and narrow-leaved weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response,

Expected impact on Galium aparine, Matricaria inodora, Stellaria media and Alopecurus myosuroides is 72, 87, 80 and 46, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 3G

Herbicide action mixture WL 165181 with cyanazine (60 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 4) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response,

Expected impact on Matricaria inodora, Galium aparine (1 whorl), Stellaria media, Lamium amplexicaule and Polygonum convolvulus is 86, 80, 93, 24 and 64, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 3H

Herbicide action mixture WL Hania shoots

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response,

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1 whorl), Veronica persica, Lamium amplexicaule, Polygonum convolvlus and Stellaria media 60, 85, 12, 50 and 89, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 4A

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with bromoacetylation (120 Gai/ha + 120 Gai/ha = mixture 1:1) against broad-leaved weeds

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response,

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Galeopsis tetrahit, Papaver rhoeas, Chrysanthemum Segetum, Galium aparine (1st, 2nd and 3rd whorl), using the Colby formula is 85, 79, 42, 40, 95, 56 and 81, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 4B

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with bromoacetylation (60 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1:4) against broad-leaved weeds

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response,

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1st, 2nd and 3rd whorl), Stellaria media, Papaver rhoeas and Chrysanthemum, when using the Colby formula is 66, 90, 81, 88 and 67, respectively, clearly showing that the combination is synergistic.

Note is to broadleaf weeds

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response,

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Galeopsis tetrahit, Veronica hederaefolia, Papaver rhoeas, Chrysanthemum Segetum, Galium aparine (2nd and 3rd whorls), using the Colby formula is 78, 75, 92, 23, 5, 53, and 76, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 4D

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with bromoacetylation (60 Gai/ha + 60 Gai/ha = mixture 1:1) against broad-leaved weeds

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response,

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Galeopsis tetrahit, Veronica hederaefolia, Chenopodium album, Ctntaurea cyanus, Galium aparine (1st whorl), using the Colby formula, is 63, 55, 90, 69, 85 and 92, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 4E

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with bromoacetylation (30 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1:6) against broad-leaved weeds

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Veronica hederaefolia, Papaver rhoeas, Okrysanthemum Segetum, Galium aparine (2nd and 3rd whorls), using the Colby formula, is 71, 95, 88, 68, 64 and 89, respectively, the WL 161616 with bromoacetylation (120 Gai/ha + 120 Gai/ha = mixture 1:1) against broad-leaved weeds

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Galeopsis tetrahit, Papaver rhoeas, Galium aparine (2nd and 3rd whorls), using the Colby formula, 80, 86, 21, 76, and 86, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 4G

Herbicide action mixture WL 165181 with bromochloromethane (60 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1:4) against broad-leaved weeds

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (2nd and 3rd whorls), Stellaria media, Veronica hederaefolia and Papaver rhoeas, using the Colby formula is 66, 90, 66, 98, and 87, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 4H

Herbicide action mixture WL 165181 with bromochloromethane (60 Gai/ha + 120 Gai/ha = mixture 1:2) against broad-leaved weeds

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Galeopsis tetrahit, Veronica persica, Chenopodium album, Galium aparine (2nd whorl), using the Colby formula, 60, 80, 81, 86, and 52, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is blue is MESI 1:2) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Chenopodium album, Polygonum convolvulus, Galium aparine (1st and 3rd whorls), is 83, 31, 71, 73, and 24, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 5B

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with ioxynil (salt) (30 Gai/ha + 120 Gai/ha = mixture 1:4) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Galeopsis tetrahut, Chenopodium album, Polygonum convolvulus, Centaurea cyanus, Matricarea inodora, Galium aparine (2nd whorl), and Veronica persica is 74, 87, 20, 62, 85, 86, 24 and 92, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 5C

Herbicide action mixture WL 165181 with ioxynil (Sol) (60 Gai/ha + 120 Gai/ha = mixture (1:2) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Chenopodium album, Polygonum convolvulus, Galium aparine (1st and 3rd whorls), and Veronica persica is 70, 78, 64, 78, 26 and 92, respectively, clearly de what mecoprop (60 Gai/ha + 480 Gai/ha = mixture (1:8) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Jaluim aparine (2nd whorl) Jalium aparine (3rd whorl) Stellaria media, Veronica persica, Chenopodium album, Cirsium arvense is 66, 70, 64, 90, 62 and 90, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 6B

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with mecoprop (60 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1:4) against broad-leaved weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Jaluim aparine (1st whorl), Jalium aparine (2nd whorl), Veronica persica, Chenopodium album and Chenopodium arvense 84, 28, 92, 69, 40, and 83, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 6C

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with mecoprop (30 Gai/ha + 480 Gai/ha = mixture 1:6) against broad-leaved weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1st whorl), Stellaria media, Veronica persica, Chenopodium album, Cirsium arvense, and Senecio vulgaris is 82,62, 89, 60, 88 and 82, respectively, clearly demonstraion (30 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 8) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1st whorl), Galium aparine (2nd whorl), Galium aparine (3rd whorl), Veronica hederaefolia, Veronica persica, Chenopodium album and Cirsium arvense is 67, 22, 23, 90, 65, 36 and 79, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 7A

Herbicide action mixture WL161616 with dichlorophen (60 Gai/ha + 480 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 8) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1st whorl), Galium aparine (2nd whorl), Galium aparine (3rd whorl), Stellaria media, Matricaria niodora, Chenopodium album, Cirsium arvense, and Senecio vulgaris is 87, 64, 76, 60, 32, 62, 77 and 73, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 7B

Herbicide action mixture WL161616 with dichlorophen (60 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 4) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1st whorl), Galium aparine (2nd whorl), Galium aparine (3-I m the tsya synergistically.

Example 7C

Herbicide action mixture WL161616 with dichlorprop (30 Gai/ha + 480 Gai/ha = mixture 1:16) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1st whorl), Galium aparine (2nd whorl), Galium aparine (3rd whorl), Stellaria media, Mayricaria inodora, Chenopodium album, Cirsium arvense, and Senecio vulgaris is 74, 61, 76, 58, 32, 60, 72 and 68, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 7D

Herbicide action mixture WL161616 with dichlorprop (30 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 8) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1st whorl), Galium aparine (3rd whorl), Veronica hederaefolia, Veronica persica, Cirsium arvense and Senecio vulgaris is 72, 49, 89, 86, 65 and 58, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 8A

Herbicide action mixture WL161616 with diclofop (120 Gai/ha + 480 Gai/ha = mixture 1:4) in relation to the narrow-leaved weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, is a spica-venti is 65 and 38, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 8B

Herbicide action mixture WL161616 with diclofop (120 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1:2) relative to narrow-leaved weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Apera spira - veuti, Ovena fatua and Digitaria sangunalis is 38, 69 and 89, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 8C

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with diclofop (60 Gai/ha + 480 Gai/ha = mixture 1:8) relative to narrow-leaved weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response,

Expected impact on Alopecurus myosuroioles is 64, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 8D

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with diclofop (60 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1:4) in relation to the narrow-leaved weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = nablyudaemyi response.

Expected impact on Avena fatua is 69, clearly demonstrates-4 - chlorprothixene acid) (120 Gai/ha + 720 Gai/ha = mixture 1:6) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Papaver rhoeas, Senecio vulgaris, Myosotis arovensis. Galium aparine (2nd whorl) and Galium aparine (3rd whorl) is 86, 73, 82, 64, 53 and 15, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 9B

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with MCPA (120 Gai/ha + 540 Gai/ha = mixture 1:4,5) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination.

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response,

Expected impact on Lamium purpureum, Stellaria media, Papaver rhoeas, Senecio vulgaris, Myosotis arvensis, Ceutaurea cyanus and Galium aparine

(2nd whorl) is 70, 55, 66, 62, 67, 86 and 53, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 9C

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with MCPA (60 Gai/ha + 720 Gai/ha = mixture 1:12) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Lamium purpupeum, Stellaria media, Papaver rhoeas, Senecio vulgaris and Myosotis arvensis, 73, 78, 68, 80 and 59, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination of assetstore to broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Papaver rhoeas, species, such as thlaspi aroveuse, Senecio vulgaris, Myosotis arveusis, Centaurea cyanus and Galium aparine (1st whorl) is 30, 60, 74, 57, 62, 86 and 80, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 9E

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with MCPA (60 Gai/ha + 360 Gai/ha = mixture 1:6) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Veronica persica, Papaver rhoeas, Ceutaurea cyanus and Galium aparine (1st whorl) is 86, 60, 70 and 80, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 9F

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with MCPA (30 Gai/ha + 360 Gai/ha = mixture 1:12) against broadleaf weeds when applied after the appearance of sunrises

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Veronica persica, Stellaria media, Papaver, species, such as thlaspi aroeuse, Senecio vulgaris, Centaurea Cyanus and Galium apariul (1st whorl) is 81, 18, 52, 71, 37, 68 and 65, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is energyconservation weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Veronica, Centaurea cyanus and Galium aparine (1st whorl) is 74, 65 and 65, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 9H

Herbicide action of a mixture of MCPA/flurenol (180 Gai/ha + 90 Gai/ha) with WL 161616 (30 Gai/ha) compared to broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (2nd whorl), Galium aparine (3-f whorl), Stellaria media, Papaver rhocas, Thlaple arveuse and Myosolis arveusis 67, 36, 79, 84. 61 and 87, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 9J

Herbicide action of a mixture of MCPA/flurenol (270 Gai/ha + 90 Gai/ha) with WL 161616 (30 Gai/a) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1st whorl, Galium aparne (2nd whorl), Galium aparine (3rd whorl), stellaria media, Papaver rhocas, Thlaspe arveuse and Myosotis is arveusis 91, 65, 33, 80, 81, 57 and 85, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is (a) WL 161616 (30 Gai/ha) compared to broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1st whorl), Galium apanine (2nd whorl), Galium aparine (3rd whorl) and Stellaria media is 92. 70, 54 and 75, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 9Z

Herbicide action of a mixture of MCPA/flurenol (360 Gai/ha + 90 Gai/ha) with WL 161616 (60 Gai/ha) compared to broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (1st whorl), Galium aparine (2nd whorl), Stellaria media, species, such as thlaspi arveuse and Matricaria imodora is 76, 57, 79, 80 and 36, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 9M

Herbicide action of a mixture of MCPA/flurenol (360 Gai/ha + 180 Gai/ha) with WL 161616 (60 Gai/ha) compared to broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (2nd whorl), Galium aparine (3rd whorl), Gamium purpureum, Stellaria media and species, such as thlaspi arveuse and is 82, 61, 81, 88 and 78, respectively, clearly demonstrating that societie) with WL 161616 (60 Gai/ha) compared to broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium apariue (2nd whorl) and Galium apariue (3rd whorl) is 82 and 65, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 9P.

Herbicide action of a mixture of MCPA/flurenol (720 Gai/ha + 180 Gai/ha) with WL 161616 (120 Gai/ha) compared to broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (2nd whorl), Galium apariue (3rd whorl) and Matricaria inodora is 86, 66 and 53, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 9Q

Herbicide action of a mixture of MCPA/flurenol (720 Gai/ha + 180 Gai/ha) with WL 161616 (60 Gai/ha) compared to broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (2nd whorl), Galium aparine (3rd whorl), Gamium purpureum and Matricaria inodora is 82, 65, 80 and 47, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 10

Herbicide is applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Papaver rhocas and Veronica persica is 65 and 75, respectively, clearly showing that the combination is synergistic.

Example 11A

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with prosulfocarb (120 Gai/ha + 3600 Gai/ha = mixture 1:30) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Galium aparine (2nd whorl), Galium aparine (3rd whorl), Chenopodium album, Polygonum album and Stelalria media is 73, 60, 60, 80 and 38, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 11B

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with prosulfocarb (120 Gai/ha + 1800 Gai/ha = mixture 1:15) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Chenopodium album, Polygonum Convoloulus and Galium aparine (2nd whorl) is 48, 80 and 73, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 11C

Herbicide action mixture WL 1616 emergence

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Viola arvensis, Polygonum conovoloulus, Stellaria media, Galium apariue (2nd whorl), and Galium aparium (3rd whorl) is 86, 74, 28, 71 and 46, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 11D

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with prosulfocarb (60 Gai/ha + 1800 Gai/ha = mixture 1:30) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Viola arvensis, Chenopodium album, Polygonum conovoloulus, Veronica persica and Galium apariue (2nd whorl) is 83, 42, 20, 89 and 48, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 11E

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with prosulfocarb (30 Gai/ha + 1800 Gai/ha = mixture 1:60) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Viola arvensis, Polygonum conovoloulus, and Galium apariue (2nd whorl) is 53, 10 and 39, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.


WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Viola arvensis and Veronica persica is 53 and 69, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 12

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with amidosulfuron (60 Gai/ha + 30 Gai/ha = mixture 2: 1) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Chenopodium album, Cirsium arveuse and Myosofis aroensis 72, 76 and 73, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 13A

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with alconera (60 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 4) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Lamium purpureum, Veronica percica, Galium aparine and Mafricaria inodora is 87, 58, 90 and 59, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination (composition) is synergistic.

Example 13B

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with clomifenum (30 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 8 is nuaimy by the formula Colby;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Jamium purpureum and Veronica percica, 80 and 53, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 14A

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with puredata (120 Gai/ha + 480 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 4) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Sfellfria Media, Galiopsis tetrahit, Polygonum conovolvelus and Senecio vulgaris is 77, 74, 68 and 78, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 14B

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with puredata (120 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 2) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Galeopsis tetrahit, Sinapsis arvensis, Polygonum convoloulus, Chenopodium album, Galium aparuie (1st whorl), Galium aparuie (2nd whorl) and Galium aparuie (3rd whorl) is 55, 43, 89, 51, 80, 83, 68 and 52, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 14C

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 from periodof

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Sinapsis arvensis, Veronica Rederaefolia, Matricaria inodora, Polygonum convoloulus, Cirsium arvense, Galium aparuie (1st whorl), Galium aparuie (2nd whorl) is 43, 80, 90, 76, 39, 65, 70 and 56, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 14D

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with puredata (60 Gai/ha + 480 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 8) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media Galeopsis fetrahit, Polygonum convoloulus and Chenopodium dlbum is 73, 73, 68 and 73, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 14E

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with puredata (60 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 4) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Galeopsis tetrahit, Sinnapsis arvensis, Veronica hederaefolia, Veronica persica, Polygonum convolvulus, Chenopodium album, Galium aparine (1st whorl), Galium aparine (2nd whorl) and Galium aparine (3-th th the th.

Example 14F

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with puredata (60 Gai/ha + 120 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 2) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Galeopsis tetrahit, Sinapsis arvensis, Veronica Rederaefolia, Veronica persica, Matricaria inodora, Chenopodium album, Cirsium arveuse and Galium aparine (1st whorl) is 42, 33, 72, 78, 89, 55, 53, 67 and 63, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 14G

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with puredata (30 Gai/ha + 240 Gai/ha = mixture 1:8) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Stellaria media, Galeopsis fetrahit, Sinapsis arvensis, Veronica Rederaefolia, Veronica persica, Matricana inodora, Polygonum convoloulus, Chenopodium album, Senecio vulgaris, Galium aparine (1st whorl) and Galium aparine (2nd whorl) is 41, 40, 73, 82, 90, 89, 45, 13, 54, 62 and 49, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 15A

herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with fluorenol (120 Gai/ha + 180 Gai/ha = mixture 1:1,5) against broad-leaved weeds when the click.

Expected impact on Papaver rhoeas, Sunapsis arvensis, Myosofis arvensis and Galium aparine (2nd whorl) is 77, 80, 79 and 80, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 15B

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with fluorenol (60 Gai/ha + 180 Gai/ha = mixture 1:3) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Gamium purpureum, Stellaria media, Papaver rhoeas, Myosofis arvensis and Galium aparine (2nd whorl) is 81, 85, 73, 76 and 75, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 15C

Herbicide action WL 161616 with flurenol (60 Gai/ha + 90 Gai/ha = mixture 1: 1,5) against broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Veronica persica, Papaver rhoeas, Myosofis arvensis and Galium aparine (2nd whorl) is 84, 73, 70 and 70, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 15D

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with flurenol (30 Gai/ha + 90 Gai/ha = mixture 1:3) with respect to olby;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Veronica persica, Lamiun purpureum and Galium aparine (2nd whorl) is 79, 72 and 73, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 16A

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with fluroxypyr (120 Gai/ha + 90 Gai/ha) compared to broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Matricaria inodora, Rumex crispus and Cirsium arvense is 81, 82 and 55, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 16B

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with fluroxypyr (60 Gai/ha + 90 Gai/ha) compared to broadleaf weeds when applied after emergence of the weeds

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Matricaria inodora and Chenopodium album is 79 and 89, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 16C

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with fluroxypyr (60 Gai/ha + 45 Gai/ha) compared to broadleaf weeds when applied after germination

WE = the and Galeopsis fetrahit, Matricaria inodora and Veronica persica is 80, 43 and 89, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 17A

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with femprep-M-isopropyl (120 Gai/ha + 700 Gai/ha) against grass weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Setaria viridis and Diditaria Languinalis is 73 and 63, respectively, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

Example 17B

Herbicide action mixture WL 161616 with femprep-M-isopropyl (60 Gai/ha + 700 Gai/ha) against grass weeds when applied after germination

WE = expected response, as measured by the Colby formula;

W = observed response.

Expected impact on Digitaria sanguinakis is 53, clearly demonstrating that the combination is synergistic.

1. Herbicide composition containing a derivative of aryloxypropanolamine (AOP) of General formula I

< / BR>
where Z is an oxygen atom;

R1is a hydrogen atom;

R2is a hydrogen atom;

R3is a hydrogen atom or ethyl;

X - trifluoromethyl;

q = 0;

n = 1;

Y is a fluorine atom is a battle one or two connections, selected from the group comprising chlorotoluron, Isoproturon, cyanazine, brooklynlaurent, ioxynil, dichlorprop, diclofop, MSRA, mecoprop (SMRR), pendimethalin, prosulfocarb, amidosulfuron, klonipin, peridot, flurenol, fluroxypyr and planrep-isopropyl, when the weight ratio of the AOP and the second component 2 : 1 - 1 : 72,6.

2. The composition according to p. 1, where compound I is represented by formula II

< / BR>
where Y and R3defined in paragraph 1.

3. The composition according to PP.1 and 2, characterized in that the mass ratio of the first component (AOP) and the second component is 2 : 1 to 1 : 60.

4. The composition according to PP.1 and 2, characterized in that the second component is chlorotoluron, Isoproturon or prosulfocarb.

5. Composition under item 1 or 2, characterized in that the second component is amidosulfuron or fluroxypyr and the ratio of the first component (AOP) and the second is 2 : 1 to 1 : 1,5.

6. The method of combating weeds at a locus, where grow the crops, comprising applying to the locus derived aryloxypropanolamine (AOP), General formula

< / BR>
where Z is an oxygen atom;

R1and R2is a hydrogen atom;

R3is a hydrogen atom or ethyl;

X - Cryptosporidium together with the second component, which is one or two compounds selected from the group including chlorotoluron, Isoproturon, cyanazine, brooklynlaurent, ioxynil, dichlorprop, diclofop, MSRA, mecoprop (SMRR), pendimethalin, prosulfocarb, amidosulfuron, klonipin, peridot, flurenol, fluroxypyr and planrep-isopropyl, when the weight ratio derived AOP and the second component 2 : 1 - 1 : 72,6.

7. The method according to p. 6, characterized in that an effective amount of AOP, which is applied to the locus, is 25 to 250 g/ha

8. The method according to p. 6 or 7, characterized in that the second component is a urea herbicide, such as Isoproturon and chlorotoluron, or THIOCARBAMATE herbicide, such as prosulfocarb, and its effective amount, which is applied to the locus, is 1000 to 2500 g/ha

9. The method according to p. 6 or 7, characterized in that the second component is a herbicide with amidosulfuron or fluroxypyr and effective amount, which is applied to the locus, is 25 to 100 g/ha

 

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