AGIL (Propaquizafop 10% EC) is a herbicide of the aryloxyphenoxy propionates family. It is used for the post emergence control of a wide range of annual and perennial grasses. AGIL is used for selective weed control in many broadleaf crops such as sugarbeet, oilseed rape, soybeans, sunflower, other field crops, vegetables, fruit trees, vineyards and forestry. AGIL is selective to all major broadleaf crops, during all their stages of development. AGIL is a systemic herbicide, which is quickly absorbed by the leaves and translocated from the foliage to the growing points of the leaves and roots of the sprayed weeds. Rainfall 1 hour after application will not affect the product activity. Optimal activity is achieved when applied early and weeds are actively growing. AGIL is safe to beneficial insects and mammals and is environmentally friendly.
Atranex is a herbicide of the triazine group used for pre-emergence and post-emergence control of a wide spectrum of annual grass and broadleaf weeds. Atranex is suitable for selective weed control in corn, sorghum, pineapples and sugarcane.
CLUMAIN belongs to sulfonylurea group. CLUMAIN is a post emergence herbicide with excellent control of most of the important grass weeds and broad leaved weeds. The products acts by inhibiting biosynthesis of the essential amino acids thereby stopping cell division and plant growth.
Diuron 80% WP DIUREX is a residual herbicide of the substituted urea group, for the per-emergence control of a wide range of annual grass and broad leaf weeds in a variety of crops DIUREX acts primarily as a soil herbicide, being absorbed by the roots of germinating weeds and interfering with the process of photosynthesis. Rain or irrigation is necessary to activate the herbicide.
GALIGAN is a herbicide of the diphenyl-ether group used for selective weed control in a wide range of fruit trees, vegetables, field crops, ornamentals, forestry, sugarcane and non-crop areas. GALIGAN controls a wide spectrum of annual broad leaf and grass weeds. GALIGAN is used in pre-plant, per-emergence and post-emergence applications. GALIGAN has prolonged residual activity and shows negligible leaching.Minimal rain or irrigation is necessary to activate the residual effect.
GLYPHOGAN is a non-selective, non-residual post-emergence herbicide which is absorbed by foliage and trans located throughout plants. GLYPHOGAN is very effective for use on many annual and perennial grasses and broad leaf weeds, as well as on many tree and woody brush species in cropland and non-crop sites. GLYPHOGAN may be applied for general weed control in non-crop industrial, recreational and public areas, and in farmstead weed control. It may also be used to control unwanted vegetation in row crops, vine crops and tree orchards. GLYPHOGAN is of low toxicity to birds and aquatic organisms and non-toxic to bees.
GLYPHOGAN SG is a non-selective, non-residual post-emergence herbicide which is absorbed by foliage and trans located throughout plants. GLYPHOGAN SG is very effective for use on many annual and perennial grasses and broad leaf weeds, as well as on many tree and woody brush species in cropland and non-crop sites. GLYPHOGAN SG may be applied for general weed control in non-crop industrial, recreational and public areas, and in farmstead weed control. It may also be used to control unwanted vegetation in row crops, vine crops and tree orchards. GLYPHOGAN SG is of low toxicity to birds and aquatic organisms and non-toxic to bees.
METRIAGAN belongs to triazinone group. It is a selective systemic herbicide, absorbed predominantly by the roots, but also by the leaves, with translocation acropetally in the xylem. METRIAGAN is both a contact and residual herbicide for the control of annual broad-leaved weeds and grasses in potatoes.
NICANOR belongs to sulfonylurea group. It is a selective systemic herbicide for the control of broad leaved weeds. NICANOR is rapidly absorbed in the foliage and in the plant’s roots, and is systemically translocated in the xylem and phloem to the younger parts of the weeds. NICANOR inhibits the enzyme acetolactate synthase (ALS), and thus prevents the formation of the important amino acids like valine, leucine and isoleucine in sensitive plants.
OXIMAIN belongs to oxadiazole group. OXIMAIN is a selective herbicide, active mainly as pre-emergence herbicide. OXIMAIN effects begin at germination. It is not absorbed by the plant. OXIMAIN is active on broad-leaved weeds as well as grasses.
PARANEX belongs to bipyridylium group. PARANEX is a non-selective, fast acting, contact herbicide, absorbed by the foliage. PARANEX acts in the presence of light to dessicate the green parts of weed plant with which it comes into contact. It does not affect the brown mature stem and bark of tree. The product is very fast in action and controls weeds within 48 hours.
PENDIGAN is a residual dinitroaniline herbicide for selective pre-emergence control of annual grass and broad-leaved weeds in many crops. PENDIGAN is a selective herbicide which is absorbed by both the roots and the leaves. PENDIGAN inhibits cell division and cell elongation, thus causing the death of sensitive weeds shortly after their germination or following their emergence from the soil. PENDIGAN must be activated by mechanical incorporation, rainfall or irrigation up to 7 days after spraying.
PRETIGAN belongs to chloroacetamide group. PRETIGAN is selective broad spectrum pre-emergence herbicide for transplanted rice. PRETIGAN has excellent against broad leaved weeds, sedges and grasses. It is taken up rapidly by the germinating weeds, and, to a lesser extent, by the roots of germinating weeds which die shortly after emergence.
PRETIGAN S belongs to chloroacetamide group. PRETIGAN S is selective broad spectrum pre-emergence herbicide for transplanted rice. PRETIGAN S has excellent against broad leaved weeds, sedges and grasses. It is taken up rapidly by the germinating weeds, and, to a lesser extent, by the roots of germinating weeds which die shortly after emergence.
TRIFOGAN is an efficient and selective pre-emergence herbicide of the dinitroaniline group for the control of a wide range of grass and broadleaf weeds in cotton, soybeans, vegetables, other field crops, orchards, and ornamentals. Due to its sensitivity to ultra-violet radiation and its low solubility TRIFOGAN must be mechanically incorporated into the soil soon after application. TRIFOGAN has virtually no effect on established weeds.
Weedlock is a herbicide of the imidazolinone group used for selective broad leaf and grass weeds control in soybeans, peanuts and peas. Weedlock may be applied either pre-plant, pre-emergence or post-emergence. Weedlock is a systemic herbicide that is rapidly absorbed by the roots and the leaves and translocated to the epical meristem. Weedlock has a double action: residual and contact activity. An early application of weedlock will free the crop from competing weeds. Weedlock inhibits the synthesis of branched chain amino acids in susceptible plants, which in turn interferes in protein production and cells growth. Weedlock toxicity to mammals is low due to the fact that those amino acids are not produced in mammals. Under field conditions, weedlock mobility in soil is limited to the top 15 cm. There is no soil ph limitation for weedlock application.