BMA 8 865 SL

Active Ingredient : 2,4-D Dimethyl amine (2,4-D Dimethyl ammonium) 865 g / l: Equivalent to 2,4-D (2,4-D Active equivalent: 720 g / l
Category : Herbicide
Packaging : 200 ml, 400 ml & 1 Liter
Registered Uses:
Crop Target Pest Formulation concentration
Paddy Broadleaf Weed: Ludwigia octovalvis, Marsilea crenata, Monochoria vaginalis 1-2 l / ha
Suggested Uses:
Crop Target Pest Formulation concentration
Rubber (TBM) broadleaf weed:Ageratum conyzoides Borreria alata Commelina benghalensis Mikania Micrantha 2 - 3 l / ha
Palm oil (TBM) broadleaf weed:Ageratum conyzoides Asystasia gangetica 1
Product Feature:

1. The active ingredient 2 4 D dimethyl amine is a phenoxycarboxylic acid group

2. It is a broad spectrum and selective herbicide so kills only target weeds without damaging the main crop.

3. It is a systemic herbicide with multiple site of action.

4. It is a post-emergence herbicide for the control of annual and perennial broadleaf weeds in wide range of crops.

5. It effectively control broad leaf and grassy weeds

6. It is rapidly absorbed by leaves and roots of treated plants.

7. It is translocated and accumulate into the growing points and acts as a growth inhibitor.

8. It is compatible with other commonly used chemicals.

9. It gives a longer duration control

10. The movement and assimilation of herbicide is strongly influenced by the age of weeds. Movement will be slower in older weeds as compared to seedling and young plants.

11. The weeds that are sprayed with this herbicide start yellowing and eventually dry up and die.

12. This herbicide does not cause phytotoxics in plants if used as directed.

13. This herbicide is easy to dissolve in water and does not interfere with spraying equipment

Mode of Action:

1. It is selective and systemic herbicide of phenoxycarboxylic group.

2. It is a synthetic auxin (Plant Hormones) works by causing uncontrolled cell division.

3. Abnormal increases in cell wall plasticity biosynthesis of proteins and production of ethylene occur in plant tissues which leads to uncontrolled cell division. These uncontrolled unsustainable growth ensues causing stem curl-over leaf withering and eventual plant death.

Antidote:

No specific antidote is known. Treat symptomatically