Dragon kills a wide variety of harmful grasses, broadleaf wedges when it is sprayed directly onto the leaves. The active ingredient is Paraquat dichloride 276g/ which is easily absorbed by clay and divided particles in the soil and leaves little effective soil residue. This implies that crops planted almost immediately after spraying are not harmed by the chemical. Dragon gets rid of all weeds.
It is a herbicide, usually a chemical agent, that destroys or inhibits the growth of unwelcome plants, such as residential or agricultural weeds and invasive species. A huge benefit of using chemical herbicides over mechanical weed control is the ease of use, which also saves on labor costs.
How to use Dragon Herbicide
- Do not mix with other items
- Store in a cool dry place out of the reach of children.
Mode of Action
Dragon disrupts the electron transport mechanism of photosynthesis and destroys weeds such as Chenopodium Album, Commelina spp (cotton), Fumaria spp (paddy), Anagalis spp (wheat), Digitaia spp (potato)
In grassland and even in cultivated land, spraying should be performed before ploughing, while in general crops, it should be done on weeds at 2-3 leaf phases.
Uses of Dragon Herbicide
It is used to control weeds in a variety of agricultural and non-agricultural activities. It is often used as a defoliant on crops, such as cotton, before processing.
3.4 liters of dragon should be applied per hectare