10L Beetup Compact


Selective herbicide for broadleaf weed control in fodder beet.

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Active Ingredient: 80g/litre phenmedipham + 80g/litre desmedipham

Chemical Group: Phenyl-Carbamate

Formulation: Emulsifiable concentrate

Compatibility: Do not mix Beetup Compact with any foliar nutrients or surfactants

General Information:
Beetup Compact herbicide acts through the foliage of seedling broadleaved weeds to give selective weed control in sugar and red beet crops. This product should be used strictly in accordance with label recommendations.

Susceptible Weeds Include:
Seedling stages of chickweed, fathen, fumitory, groundsel, redroot, shepherd’s purse, spurrey, nettle and twin cress.

Black nightshade, cornbind and willow weed are controlled only if treated up to the four true leaf stage.

Resistant Weeds Include:
Grass weeds, mature annual broadleaf weeds, perennial broadleaf weeds and wireweed.

It is an offence for users of this product to cause residues exceeding the relevant MRL in the NZ Food Notice: 

Withholding Period: Fodder beet – 56 days. Don not graze on treated areas for 56 days after spraying.


Beetup Compact does not require the addition of surfactants. Ensure spray equipment is thoroughly cleaned before use. Do not apply in more than 280 litres of water per hectare.

Mixing: Partly fill the spray tank and add the required amount of Beetup Compact herbicide with agitation system operating. Add the remaining water and any mixing partners. Maintain agitation until spraying is complete. Do not allow spray mixture to stand overnight. Flush equipment with clean water after use.

Beetup Compact herbicide may be broadcast or band treated. For band treatment ensure that the use rate per sprayed area is consistent with label recommendations.

Registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997, Approval No. P5493

Recommendations for Use

Crop Timing Rate Remarks
Sugar beet and Red beet. After the crop has 2 true leaves fully developed. Damage may occur especially on Red beet if treated prior to 2 true leaf stage.
Sugar beet and Red beet. Weeds up to 4 true leaf. 6 litres/ha in 200 litres of water. Best results are obtained when weeds are treated at the youngest possible stage.
Sugar beet and Red beet. Weeds from 4-6 true leaves and hard to kill weeds up to 4 true leaves. 9 litres/ha in 200 litres of water. A repeat application may be made to late germinating weeds at least 7 days after the first treatment. Do not apply if air temperature is likely to rise above 29°C, and avoid treatment if rain is likely before spray has dried on the foliage. Herbicide activity will be slowed down in cool weather.

10L Beetup Compact

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