Vinash systemic herbicide is a diphenyl ether group used for selective weed control in a wide variety of fruit trees, tomatoes, field crops, ornamentals, forestry, sugar cane and non-crop fields. Vinash systemic herbicide controls a wide variety of annual broadleaf and grass weeds. Vinash is used for pre-plant, pre-emergence and post-emergence purposes. Vinash has prolonged residual activity and displays a negligible amount of leaching. Minimal irrigation rain is required to trigger the residual effect.
Selective pre-and pre-emergence herbicide aimed at a wide range. The touch operation is limited. Inhibits protoporphyrinogen oxidase, which does permanent damage to the cell membrane. It is used for pre-plant, pre-emergence and post-emergence purposes.
These are key features/characteristics associated with the product Vinash:
- Flexible combining of tanks – may be combined with other herbicides.
- Broad-spectrum activity – Continue to be successful and prolong the action in the soil.
- Excellent management over both broadleaf and grassy weeds.
- Total eradication of selected weeds.
Vinash broad-spectrum herbicide
|Active ingredients||:||Glyphosate 41% w/w|
|Type||:||Broad Spectrum non-selective post-emergence herbicide|
|Mode of Action||:||Breaks apical dominance tillering, reduces the availability of phenylalanine and thus kills unwanted plants like Cynododon Dactlyon, Kalm Grass and also Imperata Cylindrica in addition to other grasses|
|Recommended For||:||Postemergence of weeds in the field and irrigation canals.|
|Recommended Doses||:||2.4 Lt per ha|