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Lupo (PCS No 02979) is a herbicide used for the control of annual and perennial broad-leaved weeds in established grassland. Lupo can be applied with both knapsack or boom sprayers. Lupo can be used as part of a ragwort eradication programme and is also suitable for use on rushes. Lupo is not safe on clover.
Lupo is available in 10 litre bottles, available in store.

Active Ingredients: 2,4 D, MCPA

PCS Number: 02979

Dilution Rate: 10 litres in at least 200 litres of water for boom sprayer. 45ml per 5 litres of water for knapsack sprayer

Coverage Per Bottle: 10 litres will treat 2.5 hectares.

Application method: Boom and knapsack sprayer.

Clover safe: No

Rainfast: 6 Hours.

Grazing: Keep livestock off treated land for at least 14 days

Cutting: For optimum activity ensure all weeds are dead before cutting.

Application Information for Lupo

For best results Lupo should be applied between March and October when crop is no more than 25cm high.

When treating weeds such as docks or ragwort it is best to spray when in the rosette stage when foliage is 200mm across.

Do not sow any crop into soil treated with Lupo for at least 3 months after application.

After cutting or grazing allow weeds to re-grow for at least 7 days before treatment.

One treatment per year for established grassland.

Weeds Controlled: 

Key Weeds

Effectiveness

Buttercup, Creeping

 MR

Chickweed

-

Daisy, Common

-

Dandelion

-

Dock, Broadleaved

MS

Dock, Curled

MS

Mouseear, Common

-

Nettle, Common

MS

Plantain spp

-

Ragwort

MS

Rush, Soft

S

Thistle, Creeping

MS

Thistle, Sow

Thistle, Spear

-

Willow Herb

-

Yellow Iris (Flag Fellastrum)

MS

S = Susceptible  |  MS = Moderately Susceptible  |  MR = Moderately Resistant   | R = Resistant

Features of Lupo

  • Covers a broad variety of annual and perennial broad-leaved weeds
  • Cost effective
  • Long lasting
  • Can be used in both knapsack and boom sprayers

Always read the label and all enclosed information for Lupo Before use!

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Lupo
Lupo
A soluble concentrate formulation containing 360 g/l (30.0% w/w)
2,4-D and 315 g/l (26.2%) of MCPA both as the DMA salt.
For the control of broadleaved weeds in winter and spring cereals
and in grassland.
PRODUCT BENEFITS
􀀀 A highly cost-effective treatment which can be used as part of a
Ragwort eradication programme.
􀀀 Control of many perennial grassland weeds.
􀀀 Recommendation for use in most cereal crops.
LERAP category: Unclassified
Pack size: 10 litres
Storage: PROTECT FROM FROST
Lupo
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
FOR USE ONLY AS AN AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE.
Crop Maximum Maximum no. Latest time of
individual dose of treatments application
Winter and spring
barley, winter oats,
winter and spring
wheat
Grassland
Other specific restrictions:
• Not to be applied before end of February in the year of harvest.
• Do not apply by hand-held equipment
• Extreme care must be taken to avoid spray drift onto non-crop plants outside the target area.
• Non returnable containers must not be re-used for any purpose.
• Livestock must be kept out of treated areas for at least two weeks and until poisonous weed
such as Ragwort have died and become unpalatable.
READ THE LABEL BEFORE USE. USING THIS PRODUCT IN A MANNER THAT IS
INCONSISTENT WITH THE LABEL MAY BE AN OFFENCE. FOLLOW THE CODE
OF PRACTICE FOR USING PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS. MAPP 14931
2.5 l/ha
3.5 l/ha
One per crop
One per year
Before first node
detectable stage

The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations may apply to the use of
this product at work.
Lupo
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
IMPORTANT: This information is approved as part of the Product Label. All instructions within this
section must be read carefully in order to obtain safe and successful use of this product.
RESTRICTIONS
AVOID SPRAYING when the wind would cause drift and damage to neighbouring crops.
AVOID damage by spray drift on to susceptible crops such as beet, brassicas, lettuce,
tomatoes, peas, potatoes, fruit crops and ornamentals.
DO NOT apply to crops suffering from stress as a result of frost or drought.
DO NOT apply in periods of drought, frosty weather or if frosts are expected.
DO NOT roll or harrow crops within seven days before or after spraying with LUPO.
DO NOT apply LUPO to crops suffering from herbicide damage or stress caused by pest attack,
nutrition defects or weather.
DO NOT apply immediately before or after sowing the crop.
AVOID overlapping spray swaths.
DO NOT apply during rain or if rain is expected.
DO NOT use the first four mowings for mulching.
DO NOT apply in volumes less than 200 litres of water per hectare.
Wash equipment thoroughly with water and wetting agent or liquid detergent immediately
after use. Traces of product can cause harm to susceptible crops sprayed later.
WEEDS CONTROLLED
LUPO should be applied when the crop is actively growing and is at the correct growth stage.
The best results will be obtained if spraying is done while the majority of annual weeds are at
the seedling stage and perennials when the flower bud is forming.
Cereals
LUPO applied at 2.5 l/ha will control those annual and perennial weeds listed below.
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Susceptible
Buttercup, corn1
Charlock
Fat hen
Mustard, black
Mustard, treacle
Mustard, white
Nettle, small 1
Pennycress, field
Radish, wild (Runch)1
Shepherd’s purse1
Tare, hairy
Thistle, creeping1
Volunteer oilseed rape
Moderately susceptible
Buttercup, corn2
Forget me not, field
Mouse-ear, common
Nettle, small2
Orache, common
Pimpernel, scarlet1
Poppy, common
Radish, wild (Runch)2
Shepherd’s purse2
Sowthistle, prickly1
Thistle, creeping2
Turnip, wild
Moderately resistant
Bindweed, black1
Chickweed, common1
Cranesbill, dove’s foot2
Fumitory1
Groundsel1
Knotgrass1
Persicaria, pale1
Pimpernel, scarlet1
Redshank1
Shepherd’s needle1
Speedwell, common field1
1 At seedling stage (from cotyledon to two true leaves).
2 At young plant stage (from three true leaves until the early flower bud stage).
Grassland
Lupo
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Dose
2.5 l/ha
3.5 l/ha
Susceptible
Buttercup, bulbous1
Buttercup, creeping
Crowfoot1
Dock, curled 1
Dock, broadleaved1
Plantain, greater
Plantain, hoary
Plantain, ribwort
Rush, soft1
Thistle, creeping1
Thistle, spear1
Bindweed, field
Bindweed, hedge
Dandelion1
Hawkbit, autumn
Nettle, stinging1
Pepperwort, hoary
Moderately susceptible
Bindweed, field
Crowfoot2
Dandelion
Dock, curled2
Nettle, stinging
Pepperwort, hoary
Rush, soft2
Thistle, creeping2
Thistle, spear2
Cat’s ear
Colts foot
Daisy
Hawkweed, mouse-ear
Horse radish
Knapweed
Ragwort, common
Moderately resistant
Buttercup, bulbous2
Colts foot
Dock, broadleaved2
Horsetail, field1
Horsetail, marsh
Sorrel, common
Sorrel, sheep’s
Sowthistle, perennial
1 At seedling stage only (from cotyledon to two true leaves).
2 At young plant stage (from three true leaves until the early flower bud stage).
Susceptible Complete or near complete kill.
Moderately susceptible Good control if attention is given to timing.
Moderately resistant Variable effect, useful control cannot be relied on.
The time of application is best determined according to growth stage of the weeds present, however the
following weeds should be treated at the timings stated below.
The time of application is best determined according to growth stage of the weeds present,
however the following weeds should be treated at the timings stated below.
Bulbous buttercup Treat in the autumn, on new leaf, and in the spring.
Creeping buttercup Treat in spring or early summer.
Creeping thistle Treat at the early flower stage.
Curled dock Treat pre-flowering or after defoliation.
Field horsetail When growing well (usually May–June).
Marsh horsetail When growing well (usually May–June).
Ragwort: Treat in the autumn followed by a sequential application in the spring at rosette
stage, before flower spikes start to grow.
Soft rush Treat in April–June. Stems should be cut and removed either four weeks before or
after treatment.
Spear thistle Treat at the early flower stage.
Lupo
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Newly sown grass leys
When LUPO is applied to newly sown grass at 2.5 l/ha, the seedlings of weeds will be
controlled as indicated in the weeds controlled cereals table.
CROP SPECIFIC INFORMATION
LUPO should be applied when the crop is actively growing and is at the correct growth stage.
The best results will be obtained if spraying is done while the majority of weeds are at the
seedling stage.
Winter wheat, barley and oats
Dose
2.5 l/ha.
Timing
Apply in the spring after the end of February from the pseudo stem erection stage until before
the first node is detectable. Do not apply in late autumn, winter, during frosty weather or if
frosts are expected following application.
Maximum number of applications
One per crop.
Water volume
200–400 litres of water per hectare. Use the higher rate of in dense stands of cereals, or if weed
growth is dense.
Spring wheat and barley
Dose
2.5 l/ha.
Timing
Apply after the end of February from the five-leaf stage until before the first node is
detectable.
Maximum number of applications
One per crop.
Dose
2.5 l/ha.
Water volume
200–400 litres of water per hectare. Use the higher rate of in dense stands of cereals, or if weed
growth is dense.
Application under very hot conditions at later timings can cause ear damage if the crop comes
under stress at or after application.
Barley is particularly subject to malformation and particular attention must be paid to the
correct growth stage if the crop is intended for malting.
Grassland
Dose
3.5 l/ha.
Maximum number of applications
One per year.
Timing
In late autumn or spring – see weed tables.
Water volume
200–400 litres of water per hectare.
Clovers or other legumes present in the sward will be severely checked, but will eventually
recover.
When applying to local patches of weed great care should be taken to avoid overdosing,
otherwise the grass may be scorched and scorching of weeds may result in poorer control due
to decreased translocation of the herbicide.
Newly sown grass leys
May be applied to newly sown grass leys more than one year old.
Dose
2.5 l/ha.
Timing
In late autumn or spring from the three leaf stage.
Water volume
200–400 litres of water per hectare. Use the higher rate of water in dense stands of cereals, or if
weed growth is dense.
Clovers or other legumes present in the sward will be severely checked, but will eventually
recover.
MIXING AND SPRAYING
Apply as a medium quality spray (as defined by BCPC). A spray pressure of two–three bar is
recommended.
Apply using conventional ground vehicle mounted/drawn equipment. Ensure that all
application equipment is clean. Add half the required volume and start agitation, add the
required quantity of LUPO. Fill the tank to the required volume whilst maintaining agitation.
Continuous agitation must be maintained until spraying is complete. After use, the spraying
machine must be thoroughly cleaned.
Wash equipment thoroughly with water and wetting agent or liquid detergent immediately
after use.
Spray out, fill with clean water and leave overnight. Spray out again before storing or using for
another product. Traces of LUPO can cause harm to susceptible crops sprayed later.
RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT
When herbicides with the same mode of action are used repeatedly over several years in the
same field, selection of resistant biotypes can take place. These can propagate and may
become dominating. A weed species is considered to be resistant to a herbicide if it survives a
correctly-applied treatment at the recommended dose. A strategy for preventing and managing
such resistance should be adopted. This should include integrating herbicides with a
programme of cultural control measures. Guidelines have been produced by the Weed
Resistance Action Group and copies are available from the HGCA, CPA, your distributor, crop
adviser or product manufacturer.
Lupo
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Lupo
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Operator protection
Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in
addition to the following personal protective equipment:
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE GLOVES AND FACE PROTECTION (FACE SHIELD) when
handling the concentrate.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE GLOVES when handling contaminated surfaces.
However, engineering controls may replace personal protective equipment if a COSHH
assessment shows they provide an equal or higher standard of protection.
IF YOU FEEL UNWELL, seek medical advice (show the label where possible).
IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES, RINSE IMMEDIATELY with plenty of water and seek
medical advice.
WHEN USING DO NOT EAT, DRINK OR SMOKE.
WASH HANDS AND EXPOSED SKIN before meals and after work.
Environmental protection
Do not contaminate surface waters or ditches with chemical or used container.
KEEP LIVESTOCK out of treated areas for at least two weeks and until poisonous weeds such
as Ragwort have died and become unpalatable.
DANGER
Causes serious eye damage.
Wash thoroughly after handling.
Wear protective gloves/protective
clothing/eye protection/face protection.
IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for
several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if
present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.
Immediately call a POISON CENTRE or
doctor/physician.
Dispose of contents/container to a licensed
hazardous-waste disposal contractor or
collection site except for empty clean
containers which can be disposed of as
non hazardous waste.
Contains 2,4-D. May produce an allergic
reaction.
To avoid risks to human health and the environment, comply with the instructions
for use.
LUPO
A soluble concentrate formulation containing 360 g/l 2,4-D and 315 g/l of
MCPA both as the DMA salt.
Storage and disposal
DO NOT RE-USE CONTAINER for any purpose.
KEEP AWAY FROM FOOD, DRINK AND ANIMAL FEEDSTUFFS.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
RINSE CONTAINER THOROUGHLY by using an integrated pressure rinsing device or manually
rinsing three times. Add washings to sprayer at time of filling and dispose of safely.
Lupo
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