EAMU 1531/2014 ‘Paramount’ & 1582/2014 ‘Lector’ (50 g / l florasulam) in outdoor ornamental plant production(bulbs)
These new Extensions of Authorisation for Minor Uses (EAMU’s) relate to the use of two florasulam containing herbicides for control of various weeds in outdoor ornamental plant production (bulbs).
1531/2014 relates to the use of ‘Paramount’ (M16452) as a herbicide for the control of mayweed, groundsel (Senecio vulgaris), Sowthistle (Sonchus oleraceus), cleavers, chickweed , charlock and volunteer oilseed rape on outdoor ornamental plant production (bulbs) (including narcissus).
1582/2014 relates to the use of ‘Lector’ (M16565) as a herbicide for the control of mayweed, groundsel (Senecio vulgaris), Sowthistle (Sonchus oleraceus), cleavers, chickweed , charlock and volunteer oilseed rape on outdoor ornamental plant production (bulbs) (including narcissus).
Please note that the latest time of application for these products is the end of June.
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Neither the efficacy nor the phytotoxicity of the product for which this EAMU has been granted has been assessed and, as such, the user bears the risk in respect of failures concerning its efficacy or phytotoxicity.
Additional Information for Growers
IMPORTANT: When applying this product under the terms of this Extension of Authorisation, comply with any resistance guidance or restrictions stated on the product label.
Total reliance on one pesticide will hasten the development of resistance. Pesticides of different chemical types or alternative control measures should be included in the planned programme. Alternating with different modes of action is a recognised anti-resistance strategy. Avoid using single mode of action herbicides, such as ALS herbicides, in the same field over a number of years. Growers are advised to apply products containing herbicides with different modes of action or use sequences or tank mixtures where two or more components are active against the target weeds.
This EAMU has been sent to you by the HDC, who distribute EAMUs (formerly known as SOLAs) on the basis of the crop information that you have previously provided. If you are
receiving EAMUs for crops that you no longer grow, or are not receiving EAMUs for those that you do grow, please contact the HDC by email on email@example.com quoting your levy number.
In order to comply with current legislation, you should download this EAMU onto your personal computer or retain a paper copy before using this EAMU.
NB. CRD have advised that there may be a short delay of up to four working days before new EAMUs are available on the CRD website, after they have first been issued to HDC.