Garlon 2000

Informazioni principali

  • Nome commerciale:
  • Garlon 2000
  • Forma farmaceutica:
  • ME microemulsione
  • Utilizzare per:
  • Piante
  • Tipo di medicina:
  • Agrochimico

Documenti

  • per i professionisti:
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Localizzazione

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  • Lingua:
  • italiano

Informazioni terapeutiche

  • Gruppo terapeutico:
  • Erbicida

Altre informazioni

Status

  • Fonte:
  • UFAG - Ufficio federale dell'agricoltura. OFAG - Office fédéral de l'agriculture. BLW - Bundesamt für Landwirtschaft.
  • Numero dell'autorizzazione:
  • W-7119-1
  • Ultimo aggiornamento:
  • 18-11-2018

Foglio illustrativo: composizione, posologia, indicazioni, interazioni, gravidanza, allattamento, effetti indesiderati, controindicazioni

Denominazione commerciale: Garlon 2000

Elenco dei prodotti fitosanitari (stato: 06.11.2018)

Categoria di

prodotti:

Titolare dell'autorizzazione:

Numero federale di

omologazione:

Erbicida

Stähler Suisse SA

W-7119-1

Principio:

Tenore:

Codice di formulazione:

Principio attivo:

Triclopir

Principio attivo:

Fluroxypyr

5.9 % 60 g/l

[sotto forma di 8.2 % de triclopyr-

triethylammonium (83.7 g/l)]

2 % 20 g/l

[sotto forma di 2.8% di fluroxypyr-meptyl

(28.8g/l)]

ME microemulsione

Applicazioni

A

Coltura

Agente patogeno/

Efficacia

Dosaggio

Restrizioni

F Prati e pascoli

Arbusti

Cardi perenni

Ortica dioica

Rovi

Specie di romice

Concentrazione: 2 %

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

Applicazione: Applicazione per

irrorazione.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5,

F Prati e pascoli

Trattamento della

ceppaia contro i

ricacci

Concentrazione: 30 %

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

Applicazione:

Spalmare/impregnare i punti di

taglio freschi, prevalentemente in

autunno.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5,

Alberi e arbusti (al di fuori della

foresta)

Trattamento della

ceppaia contro i

ricacci

Concentrazione: 30 %

Applicazione:

Spalmare/impregnare i punti di

taglio freschi, prevalentemente in

autunno.

1, 2, 3, 4, 7

Z Tappeti erbosi e terreni sportivi

Cardi perenni

Ortica dioica

Romice comune

Rovi

Concentrazione: 2 %

Applicazione: Applicazione per

irrorazione.

1, 2, 3, 4, 6

N Deposito di terreno vegetale

Cardi perenni

Ortica dioica

Romice comune

Concentrazione: 2 %

Applicazione: Applicazione per

1, 2, 3, 4, 6

A

Coltura

Agente patogeno/

Efficacia

Dosaggio

Restrizioni

Rovi

irrorazione.

Scarpate e strisce verdi lungo le

vie di comunicazione

(conformemente ORRPChim)

Cardi perenni

Ortica dioica

Rovi

Concentrazione: 2 %

Applicazione: Applicazione per

irrorazione.

1, 2, 3, 4, 6,

N Terreno incolto

Arbusti

Ortica dioica

Rovi

Stoppione

Concentrazione: 2 %

Applicazione: Applicazione per

irrorazione.

1, 2, 3, 4, 6

Ö Superficie coltiva aperta

Romice comune

Stoppione

Concentrazione: 2 %

Applicazione: Applicazione per

irrorazione.

1, 2, 4, 6, 9

Ö Superficie inerbita

Romice comune

Rovi

Stoppione

Concentrazione: 2 %

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

Applicazione: Applicazione per

irrorazione.

1, 2, 4, 5, 6,

Restrizioni e osservazioni:

Attenzione: possibili danni su piante utili e ornamentali! Mantenere una distanza laterale

sufficiente dalla rizosfera (la distanza dipende dal tipo di suolo e dalla declività del terreno).

Al massimo 1 trattamento per anno e particella.

Trattamento pianta per pianta.

SPe 3: Per proteggere organismi acquatici dagli effetti di un dilavamento rispettare una zona

tampone non trattata con copertura vegetale a una distanza di almeno 6 metri dalle acque

superficiali. Le eccezioni sono contemplate nelle istruzioni dell'UFAG.

Pascolo o sfalcio (foraggio fresco o conservato) al più presto 3 settimane dopo il trattamento.

Durante la preparazione della poltiglia: Indossare guanti di protezione. Applicazione della

poltiglia: Indossare guanti di protezione + indumenti protettivi + una visiera + un copricapo.

Preparazione della poltiglia: indossare guanti di protezione. Applicazione della poltiglia con il

pennello: indossare guanti di protezione + abiti di protezione.

Conformemente all'ordinanza sulla riduzione dei rischi inerenti ai prodotti chimici (ORRPChim,

allegato 2.5), soltanto trattamenti pianta per pianta su piante problematiche su scarpate e strisce

verdi lungo le strade e i binari ferroviari, sempre che non possono essere combattute con altre

misure.

Per il trattamento pianta per pianta secondo l'ordinanza sui pagamenti diretti (OPD).

Caratterizzazione di pericolo:

Tenere fuori dalla portata dei bambini.

EUH 401 Per evitare rischi per la salute umana e per l'ambiente, seguire le istruzioni per l'uso.

H317 Può provocare una reazione allergica cutanea.

H410 Molto tossico per gli organismi acquatici con effetti di lunga durata.

SP 1 Non contaminare l'acqua con il prodotto o il suo imballaggio.

SPe 2 Onde proteggere le acque sotterranee evitare i trattamenti nelle zone di protezione delle

acque sotterranee (S2).

Avvertenza:

Attenzione

Simboli e indicazioni di pericolo:

Identificatore chiave

GHS07

GHS09

Simbolo

Indicazione di pericolo Attenzione pericolo Pericoloso per l'ambiente acquatico

In caso di dubbio valgono soltanto i documenti originali dell'omologazione. La menzione di un prodotto,

principio attivo o di una ditta non rappresenta alcuna raccomandazione.

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Pest categorisation of Phyllosticta solitaria

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Pest categorisation of Grapholita prunivora

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Pest categorisation of Carposina sasakii

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Pest categorisation of Septoria malagutii

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Pest categorisation of non‐EU Monochamus spp.

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Pest categorisation of Popillia japonica

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Pest categorisation of Conotrachelus nenuphar

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Pest categorisation of Acrobasis pirivorella

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Pest categorisation of Sternochetus mangiferae

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Pest categorisation of Aleurocanthus spp.

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