Weed Clean Glyphosate
Glyphosate is effective in killing a wide variety of weeds, including grasses, broadleaf, andwoody plants. It has a relatively small effect on some clover species. By volume, it is one of the most widely used herbicides. It is commonly used for agriculture, horticulture, and silviculture purposes, as well as garden maintenance (including home use).
Mode of Action
Non-selective systemic herbicide, absorbed by the foliage, with rapid translocation throughout the plant. Inactivated on contact with soil.
Control of annual and perennial grasses and broad-leaved weeds, pre-harvest, in cereals, peas, beans, oilseed rape, flax and mustard, at c. 1.5-2 kg/ha; Control of annual and perennial grasses and broad-leaved weeds in stubble and post-planting/pre-emergence of many crops; As a directed spray in vines and olives, at up to 4.3 kg/ha; In orchards, pasture, forestry and industrial weed control, at up to 4.3 kg/ha. As an aquatic herbicide, at c. 2 kg/ha.
|41% glyphosate-isopropyl ammonium||62% glyphosate-isopropyl ammonium|
|Aspect||Buff and neutrals liquid||Buff and neutrals thick liquid|
|The Content of Effective Ingredient %≥||41||62|
|Specific Gravity (20°C)||1.16~1.17||1.24|
|Stability||up to grade||up to grade|