Hamlet

Hamlet is the latest post-emergence herbicide from Bayer to control black-grass in winter wheat crops. It uses the same two active ingredients – mesosulfuron and iodosulfuron – found in its predecessor Atlantis WG and also includes diflufenican. The three actives are mixed in an advanced formulation to provide market leading post-emergence black-grass control.

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New Bayer Herbicide Hamlet. Your questions answered

Advance formulation Hamlet

Hamlet is a new post emergence treatment available from Bayer this autumn. Its based on the same chemistry as Atlantis (mesosulfuron and iodosulfuron) but also contains DFF and is in a liquid formulation. This means that Hamlet offers between 5 – 10 percent better black-grass control compared to Atlantis.

What is Hamlet and why should I use it instead of Atlantis WG?

New Bayer Herbicide

Darren Adkins, Bayer black-grass task force member is asked “What is Hamlet and why should I use it instead of Atlantis WG?” Hamlet is a new post emergence treatment available from Bayer this autumn. Its based on the same chemistry as Atlantis (mesosulfuron and iodosulfuron) but also contains DFF and is in a liquid formulation. This means that Hamlet offers between 5 – 10 percent better black-grass control compared to Atlantis.