Victus offers a solution to aid crop growth in difficult soils and further enhances vigour in otherwise healthy soils.
Half fill the sprayer tank with clean water and add Victus to the tank. Continue to fill the sprayer to the desired quantity. Agitate at all times. .
Victus can be tank mixed with liquid or soluble nutrients that may be required to address crop demand or deficiencies.
1000 litre IBC
10 litre drums
N.B. Always check by undertaking a jar test to ensure compatibility, especially at low water/dilution rates and when more than one product is to be applied as a multiple mix. .
Timing of Applications
Victus can be applied pre/post planting and with compatible tank mixable liquids including total herbicides for pre-planting applications only.
5 l/Ha – Bed formation / Planting.
1 – 2 l / Ha – Foliar at frequencies typical to standard farm practice.
1 – 2 l / Ha – Apply to stubbles / pre sowing /post emergence as a foliar application.
2 l/Ha – Seedbed / Sowing / Post emergence.
Brassicas, Oil seed Rape
1 – 2 l / Ha – Sowing or bed preparation or Post emergence.
Field Beans / Peas / Legumes
1 l / Ha – Sowing or Seedbed preparation or Post emergence.
1 – 2 l / Ha – Apply sowing or bed preparation or as’ foliar’ applications for 80 – 180 days crops.
1 l / Ha – Apply prior to the onset of spring growth at 2 l / Ha. Applications to fruit to reduce weight loss and maintaining firmness resulting in treated plants taking up the higher amounts of nutrients and moisture.
2 ml / litre water – Soak seeds for 1 – 6 hours, ensuring the seeds are dry before sowing to avoid bridging.
1 – 2 litres / Ha – Minimum dilution rate of 1 part to 3 parts water. Rates will vary depending upon crop, crop canopy and soil type.
Post-harvest / pre-sowing applications
1 l/Ha – For average amounts of crop debris
2 l/Ha – For greater amounts of crop debris
100 – 200 litres / Ha – Dilute with an adequate quantity of water to enable total coverage of the target plant / crop, avoiding run off.
Soil application (Drench)
Preplanting application are recommended where soil problems are known 2 – 4 weeks before planting.
Harvest Intervals: Zero
(The period that a product cannot be applied before harvest, due to hazardous materials or simply staining of the leaf)