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  • FASTER ‎

    Faster is a general, non-selective herbicide that eliminates existing annual and ‎perennial weeds upon contact. The product does not prevent sprouting of weeds or ‎cultivated plants. The product is absorbed through the green parts of the plant and is ‎not absorbed through the roots.‎ Perennials are sprayed at the peak of growth, during or close to blossoming. Annual ‎weeds are sprayed at end of sprouting. For maximum efficiency, sufficient foliage ‎surface area is required to absorb the product

    Typhoon is a systemic herbicide for use in the elimination of existing weeds ‎excluding Lamium, Urtica, Malva, Prosopis and Alhagi.‎ Typhoon is absorbed by the plant's foliage and is transported to the various parts of ‎the plant, including those under the ground. Response time to the product depends ‎on the weather and on the condition of the treated weed.‎ After spraying of perennial weeds, avoid any processing of the soil that may ‎damage weeds in the treated area for at least 7 days. ‎ R
  • STAR

    Star prevents the emergence of most annual, broad-leaved and Gramineae weeds. ‎Large-seed legumes, Compositae and Apiaceae weeds are only moderately ‎sensitive to the product and their emergence cannot be prevented at dosages lower ‎than 500 ml/dunam. Sprouts of weeds that are susceptible to the product are ‎scorched to the degree of total elimination. The reaction of the plant to contact with ‎the product depends on its species and age. Malva, Fumaria, Amaranthus and ‎Portulaca, for instance, a

    A hormonal herbicide that acts on the - shoot apex-. -controls - Malva, beet root, ‎Cruciferae, Amaranthus, Chenopodium, Convolvulus, -and inhibits Cuscuta
  • FALCON ‎

    Falcon has-a unique action herbicidal action that -inhibits the photosynthesis ‎process by affecting the weed's carotenoids synthesis and chlorophyll oxidation ‎process.‎ Weeds - susceptible to the product are bleached and eliminated shortly after the ‎product is applied. Falcon is absorbed by the weed's foliage,roots and seedlings. ‎To use the product to prevent sprouting, the soil must be wet (irrigation or rain). After ‎sprouting, Falcon is used mainly to complete the elimination of o

    Hunter is absorbed by the weed's root system and is transported systemically within ‎the plant. The product is activated after its incorporation into the soil by rain or ‎irrigation. The effect on weeds is not immediately apparent; Hunter remains in the ‎soil for an extended time depending on dosage, soil type, irrigation method and ‎water quantities. The product may leave long-term residues, which must be taken ‎into account during application and when re-designating the soil –uprooting ‎previ

    Liron is a residual herbicide that prevents emergence and eliminates annual weeds ‎up to 5-8 cm high on contact (but does not prevent or eliminate Conyza, Lolium and ‎Apiaceae).‎ Liron is suitable for the selective elimination of weeds before emergence and can ‎sometimes be used to eliminate existing weeds. It is therefore possible to use Liron ‎on areas that are weed-free or where weeds have begun to emerge.‎

    Metro is a selective herbicide used to eliminate Gramineae and broad-leaved ‎weeds in potatoes and carrots and to prevent emergence. Weeds that are resistant ‎to Triazines will be resistant to the product as well.‎ Affected weeds include: various types of Amaranthus, Portulaca oleracea, various ‎types of Chenopodium, Cruciferae (Sinapis arvensis, Diplotaxis), Malva, ‎Heliotropium, Ammi majus, Fumaria, Emex spinosa, Conyza bonariensis, wheat, ‎Avena sterilis, Lolium rigidum.‎

    Platoon acts on susceptible plants like a hormonal substance and causes ‎distortions and folding of the leaves and young growth. The product is selective ‎towards some agricultural crops. It penetrates through the green foliage and affects ‎the root system. Susceptible plants include Rubus sanguineus, Cynanchum acutum, ‎Convolvulus arvensis, Prosopis farcta, Solanum elaeagnifolium, Solanum nigrum, ‎Alhagi maurorum, Asparagus aphyllus, Polygonum equisetiforme, Xanthium ‎strumarium, Galium aparine

    Promo is a selective herbicide from the amide family. The product is absorbed by ‎the roots of susceptible weeds and it eliminates mostly Gramineae plants. Promo ‎eliminates and prevents the emergence of annual Gramineae grass sprouts and in ‎higher dosages minimizes and inhibits the emergence of Fumaria, Malva, ‎Chenopodium, Urtica, wild beet, Amaranthus, Cruciferae and Cuscuta. For use in ‎winter only.‎

    Tavor is a herbicide composed of two selective active ingredients that complement ‎each other's method of action: Oxyfluofen, which is absorbed by the foliage and ‎affects the photosynthesis process in annual broad-leaved weeds, and ‎propyzamide, a selective Amide herbicide that inhibits cell division. The product is ‎absorbed by susceptible weeds and mainly eliminates Gramineae weeds.‎ Weeds eliminated by Tavor: After activation by sprinkling or rain, Tavor will ‎prevent the emergence of the

    Top-Gan is a selective herbicide designed to eliminate annual Gramineae weeds in ‎wheat. The product contains two active ingredients – a herbicide and a selectivity ‎enhancer – at a 4:1 ratio. ‎ The product, which has systemic action and is applied after the emergence of the ‎weeds, begins to take effect 1-2 days after application,The young leaves turn yellow ‎and die first, followed gradually by the more mature leaves. ‎ The product does not act via the soil and so weeds that emerge after app


Formulation type: emulsifiable concentrate
Composition: Oxyflurofen 240 gr/l
Description: Oxygal is activated from autumn until spring by sprinkling or by rain.‎ The product prevents emerging of the weeds listed below, for an extended period of ‎time, depending on the season and dosage, and eliminates weeds up to 10 cm ‎high (with the exception of Gramineae whose emergence only is prevented):‎ ‎1.‎Broad-leaved weeds: Euphorbia heterophylla, Ribes nigrum, Abutilon, ‎Convolvulus (from seed), Xanthium, Datura, Malva, Lavatera, Amaranthus, ‎Portulaca, Chrozophora tinctoria, Persicaria,


a. Orchards

Spray volume: 20-30 liters per dunam.

CropDosage (ml/dunam)Combination withNotes

(excluding Star Ruby variety)(1)

200-300100 ml/dunam Simacron(3) + 1%-2% Typhoon(4)Autumn-spring, two months after sprouting (one treatment only in first year after planting)
Avocado, persimmon, peach, grapevine, olive, mango, nectarine, plum, apple(1), pomegranate, almond200-300(2)From planting onward.

Autumn and spring excluding grapevine and peach.

Peach – From planting onward. Do not spray when in blossom.

Grapevine – From planting onward. Do not spray two months before -g  OKand while in blossom.

Pomegranate and almond – From planting onward, from autumn after picking until one week before awakening only.

Quince, kiwi, lychee300-From planting onward, from autumn after picking until one week before awakening only.
Pear, apricot200-300(2)1%-2% TyphoonAutumn-spring, from planting onward
Banana600-500-In field that ready for planting

Autumn-winter, in fields   that appointed  for springs planting.

(1) Avoid wetting - crop foliage when spraying.

(2) In autumn treatments, 200 ml/dunam Oxygal is sufficient.

(3) Taking into consideration restrictions specified on Simacron label (50% Simazine (WP/SC)

(4)Typhoon contains 480 g/L glyphosate.

b. Vegetables

Spray volume: 15-30 liters per dunam (low dosage for low weeds; high dosage for more developed weeds).

Warning: Do not sow a subsequent crop within three months after treatment with Oxygal. Cultivate soil thoroughly before sowing a new crop.


CropTreatment timeDosage (ml/dunam)Notes
Cabbage, cauliflower(2)


Pre-planting treatment

November to October

150-200(1)Spray and activate by sprinkling one week before planting. Plant using a pick and avoid moving treated soil as much as possible.
April to October200-300(1)
sweet potatoPre-planting150
CeleryPre-planting treatment

From 15 March to 15 Sept. only


(Beit Alpha

and Uri)

After insertion and before emergence200Irrigate after spraying
Onion (sown) (3,4)From 4-leaf stage and onward(5)100-150(1)Following spraying leaves may be scorched and will disappear within 2-3 without affecting crop.
Onion (plant)Pre-planting200
GarlicFrom 4-leaf stage and onward(5)100-200
After insertion and before emergence200Irrigate after spraying
ArtichokePre-awakening treatment in established artichoke200-350Spray at beginning of autumn before awakening irrigation.
After planting (dry plants)200Irrigate after spraying
EggplantPre-planting (in exposed fields only)150-200Low dosage in light and medium-weight soils; high dosage in heavy soils.
Tomatoes for industry, planted in clumps, in exposed fields only (without cover or polyethylene cover)Pre-planting150-200Low dosage in light and medium-weight soils; high dosage in heavy soils.

Spray and activate by sprinkling at least two weeks before planting. Plant using pick to avoid moving treated soil. Rain or sprinkle after planting may inhibit action, scorch foliage and/or reduce crop.

Watermelon (313)Pre-planting200-150Spray Oxygal and activate with  sprinkler before covering.


(1) Low dosage in light and medium-weight soils; high dosage in heavy soils.

(2) No more than 200 ml/min for Tasty variety in summer.

(3) Do not spray in shade during partial rooting stages, when in stress or when dry. Do not mix Oxygal with other herbicides to avoid increased scorching.

(4) Do not spray in shade within 40 days from gathering.

(5) Low dosage for small and thin weeds; high dosage for dense weeds.



c. General weed control and preparation of fields

Control of existing weeds using mixture with glyphosate:

Oxygal serves also as an auxiliary - herbicide for glyphosate preparations such as Typhoon and Roundup for general treatment of existing weeds in fallow fields, preparation of fields for sowing, control of existing weeds in orchard, road sides, etc. (see detailed recommendations in Instructions table).


NotesDosage (ml/dunam)Glyphosate concentration (Typhoon/Roundup) % volumeCrop
Spray volume:
30 L/dunam.

When using mixture, strictly following instructions for added mixture component.

30-50(1)1-1.5(1)Orchards and citrus
30-50(1)1-1.5(1)Pre-sowing preparation: Cotton, sunflowers
(1) High dosage depending on density and height of weeds.
(1) High dosage depending on density and height of weeds.


d. Woodland, flowers, ornamental plants and trees

Notes and spray volume (L/dunam) 
Dosage (ml/dunam)Treatment timeCrop
Spray volume:
~20-50 L/dunam.

Do not wet foliage when spraying.

300 in light soil; 500 in heavy soilAfter taking rootChamelaucium uncinatum


 100 Simacron


1%-2% Typhoon

October-November, when annual weeds are up to 10 cm high.


Cupressus sempervirens, Pinus halepensis
50 L/dunam. Spray and activate by sprinkling at least 3 days before planting. Do not use Oxygal in hothouses that contain crop plants.200Pre-planting treatmentChrysanthemum, Gypsophila, Carnation
30-50200-300After planting and before emergenceGladiola (size 4 bulbs and up) of the Amsterdam and Grand Prix varieties
Low dosage in light and medium-weight soils; high dosage in heavy soils.300-500During growth (beginning from 2nd year after planting)Ornamental trees (ligneous): Palm, Cypress, Rosewood, Tamarisk, Casuarina, Schinus, Margosa, Ficus
Low dosage in light and medium-weight soils; high dosage in heavy soils.

Leaves close to the ground might scorch if in contact with the product.

300-500During growthOrnamental plants (ligneous): Nerium oleander, Ficus (Daniella & Natasha), Lantana, Leucophyllum, Carissa


_SacanotLasviva: Toxic to fish and aquatic environment‎
Manufacturer: Tapazol Chemical Industries LTD.
Export: הדרים; אבוקדו; אפרסמון; מנגו; משמש; רימון; תאנה; שזיף יפני; אפרסק ונקטרינה; גפן;
Toxicty degree: IV (Dangerous)‎
Packing: 1, 5, 10, 25 Liter
UN number: ‎3082‎
Misrad Haganat Hasviva: ‎1732/P.P./2003‎
Re-entry: After the sprey is dry
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