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  • noun Any herbicide designed to control weedy grasses (of the former family Gramineae)


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  • All rape had received a pre-emergence herbicide and graminicide, and pre-emergence herbicides had been applied to all first wheats.

    FWi - All News 2010

  • Fields with volunteer cereal problems have all been sprayed with a graminicide.

    FWi - All News 2009

  • Emerged grassweeds in spring barley are being treated with graminicide so that the comparatively short interval can be observed before applying sulfonylurea broadleaved weed herbicides with the T1 fungicide.

    FWi - All News 2009

  • Once they have had some moisture they will be treated with a graminicide, as graminicides need moisture to work well.

    FWi - All News 2009

  • Volunteer cereals and other grassweeds have germinated quickly and will need controlling with a graminicide before they become too competitive.

    FWi - All News 2009

  • The addition of a contact graminicide can boost activity, especially on larger grassweeds, providing an additional 5-10\% control.

    FWi - All News 2009

  • Please remember that if a graminicide has already been used and a further graminicide is needed, you can't use the same product twice.

    FWi - All News 2009

  • All early established rape crops have been treated with a graminicide, plus a phoma fungicide.

    FWi - All News 2009

  • In some cases, a second graminicide will be applied to control or suppress further grassweed and volunteer cereal emergence.

    FWi - All News 2009

  • Early graminicide sprays are starting to be applied especially after barley or where a stale seed-bed had not been achieved.

    FWi - All News 2009


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