Bayer laudis is a post-emergence, selective herbicide that is used to control a range of broadleaf weeds in corn and soybean crops. It is formulated as a soluble concentrate (SC) and is applied to the leaves of the weeds.
laudis herbicide contains 42% w/w of the active ingredient tembotrione. Tembotrione is a member of the PPO (photosynthetic electron transport inhibitor) family of herbicides. It works by blocking the production of ATP, which is a molecule that provides energy for plant growth.
Mode of Action
laudis herbicide is absorbed by the leaves of the weeds and then translocated throughout the plant. It accumulates in the chloroplasts, which are the plant's "powerhouses". Once it reaches the chloroplasts, tembotrione blocks the production of ATP, which prevents the plant from producing energy. This leads to the death of the plant cells and the eventual death of the plant.
- Selective: It is selective for corn and soybean crops, so it will not harm the crop when applied properly.
- Effective: It is effective against a range of broadleaf weeds, including lambsquarters, pigweed, and waterhemp.
- Long-lasting: It has a long residual activity, so it can provide control of weeds for up to 30 days after application.
- Easy to use: It is easy to use and can be applied with a variety of sprayers.
- Increased crop yield: It can help to increase crop yield by controlling weeds that compete with the crop for water, nutrients, and sunlight.
- Reduced weed control costs: It can help to reduce weed control costs by reducing the need for manual weeding.
- Improved crop quality: It can help to improve crop quality by reducing the incidence of diseases and pests that are transmitted by weeds.
The recommended dosage of laudis herbicide varies depending on the crop and the weed pressure. For corn, the recommended dosage is 115ml/ acre. For soybeans, the recommended dosage is 0.2-0.4 Liters per hectare.
Laudis is used to control a range of broadleaf weeds in corn and soybean crops. It is effective against lambsquarters, pigweed, waterhemp, and other broadleaf weeds.
laudis herbicide is approved for use on corn and soybean crops. It is also approved for use on non-crop areas, such as roadsides and ditches.
Frequency of application - Depends on pest incidence or severity of disease.
Manufacturing Or Marketing Company – Bayer CropScience
Mode Of Formulation - Emulifiable
Mobility In Plant - Systemic
Application Method Direction Of Use- Foliage Spraying