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  • FASTER ‎

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

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A herbicide that prevents the emergence of annual weeds in fruit groves, vegetables ‎and flowers

Formulation type: emulsifiable concentrate
Composition: ‎250 g/L Oxadiazon ‎
Description: 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
HRAC ClassAction MechanismChemical Family
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a. Citrus and fruit groves: The product's safety enables it to be used on permitted crops. Star may be applied twice a year, at the onset of winter and towards the end of the rainy season.


CropApplication timeDosage (ml/dunam

or % volume)

CitrusImmediately after planting and throughout entire growth season600 + Simacron1, 2 100 + Typhoon2
1) When applying on a cultivation row or planting strip, calculate dosage according to dimensions of area actually sprayed.

2) Avoid spraying on young - buds

Pear, persimmon, peach, olive, grapes, nectarine, plum, apple, mango, avocado, apricotImmediately after planting and throughout entire growth season. Spray accurately under foliage6001, 2 + Typhoon2
1)When applying on a cultivation row or planting strip, calculate dosage according to dimensions of area actually sprayed.

2)If desired, spray again when weeds begin to emerge. Avoid spraying on young -buds

BananaImmediately after planting and throughout entire season. Spray accurately under foliage500-1000Dosage according to desired action duration. Spray again, if required, upon re-emergence of weeds.


b. Vegetables: Do not apply product on vegetables growing under plastic covering.


CropApplication timeDosage (ml/dunam)Notes
GarlicAfter sowing and throughout entire growth season500When applied to weed-free area, activate product immediately after spraying. When applied to weed-ridden area, wait 48 hours before activating. Do not combine Star with other herbicides.
ShallotsPre-emergence and beginning from one week after emergence350
Onion, sown, after crop emerges2-leaf stage1

4-leaf stage2




1)  First application when onion is at the 2-leaf stage, when length of 2nd true leaf is 5 cm.

2)  Also as complementary treatment to initial application, when onion is at least at the 4-leaf stage.

Onion, plantedAfter planting, after plants take root350When applied to weed-free area, activate product immediately after spraying. When applied to weed-ridden area, wait 48 hours before activating. Do not combine Star with other herbicides.
Sweet potatoAbout one week before planting300-400
  1. Spray on weed-free area that is ready for planting.
  2. Activate product by sprinkling at least 20 -.m3.
  3. Use low dosage on light soils and high dosage on medium-weight and heavy soils.
  1. Spray on weed-free area that is ready for planting.
  2. When planting, avoid disturbing treated soil
  3. Do not cover strawberry beds for at least one month after spraying.
Cruciferae: Cabbage and cauliflower, pre-plantingPre-planting, before pre-planting irrigation3501. Before spraying, ensure soil is uniform and weed-free. If weeds are present, add non-residual contact herbicide such as Dukatalon.

2. After application but before planting, irrigate with 20 -.m3./dunam.

3. Use pick to plant and avoid disturbing treated soil.

Pepper3501. Before spraying, ensure soil is uniform and weed-free.

2. After application but before planting, irrigate with 20 cu.m./dunam.

3. Use pick to plant and avoid disturbing treated soil.

Tomato, eggplant350
CeleryImmediately after planting and before first irrigation350
  1. Irrigate immediately after spraying.
  2. Wait several days before treating celery that has been treated with Star with other herbicides.


c. Flowers, ornamental plants and ornamental tress:


CropApplication timeDosage (ml/dunam)Notes
Golden rod (Solidago virgaurea)Pre-planting300-500Spray onto well-prepared soil

and activate by sprinkling

20-40 cu.m/dunam

After pruning300Spray before new buds appear.
GypsophilaPre-planting500Spray on well-prepared soil

and activate by sprinkling 20-40 cu.m/dunam.

GladiolaAfter insertion and before emergence500-600 
Ligneous ornamental trees and shrubsAfter taking root, apply under foliage600Apply by spraying


Instructions for effective activation of Star:

  1. Spray before weeds emerge and no later than fresh shoots stage. Make sure planting soil is uniform and free of vegetal residue.
  2. Spray on damp and aerated soil.
  3. Activate product by sprinkling (20-40 cu.m./dunam) or rain, as close as possible to the time of application.
  4. If there are sprouted weeds in the area -to be  treatedthe product's scorching (contact) action may be utilized. Many weed sprouts are sensitive to contact with the product and are scorched to the extent of elimination. In such cases, irrigation should be delayed for 48 hours. If there are existing weeds in the area designated for treatment, combine the product with a contact herbicide such as Dukatalon and apply before planting.
  5. Turning the treated soil or disturbing the treated layer affect the product's efficiency and shorten the duration of its action.
  6. When sprinkling, avoid spraying sand on plants' foliage, especially in sandy soils and susceptible crops. In such cases, use sprinklers with a small-medium orifice and ensure suitable water flow rate.
  7. Do not apply product in tunnels and hot-houses. At high temperatures, vapors of the product may condense on the plastic covering, drip and scorch the plants' foliage.
  8. When spraying in nurseries and fruit groves, avoid spraying on young -buds or on -fruit buds to avoid damage.
_SacanotLasviva: Toxic to aquatic organisms and bees.‎
Manufacturer: Tapazol Chemical Industries LTD.
Toxicty degree: Hazardous (IV)‎
Packing: 1, 5 Liter
UN number: 1993
Registr no. at PPIS: ‎1738/P.P./2003‎
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