HERBINATOR 80 WG

Active Ingredient : Atrazine: 72% + Nicosulfuron: 2%
Category : Herbicide
Packaging : 250 gr & 500 gr
Registered Uses:
Crop Target Pest Formulation concentration
Corn Broadleaf weed: Amaranthus spinosus, Murdannia nudiflora Grass weeds: Digitaria ciliaris, Eleusine indica 0,75 – 1 kg/ha
Product Feature:

1. Easy to use - HERBINATOR does not require additional surfactants in its application.

2. New formulation - The latest combination of herbicide granules (WG).

3. No wastage of herbicide due to sticking with bottles

4. Excellent selectivity for corn plants and effectively controlling the main weeds in corn plants.

5. No resistance issues - HERBINATOR is very effective in controlling broadleaf weeds and grasses even when the application is late.

6. Cost-effective - with a low application dose per hectare making it more economical to use.

7. Long application window

8. No Phyto Toxicity if applied as per recommendation

Mode of Action:

1. Selective systemic herbicide for corn.

2. It is quickly absorbed by leaf tissue and translates into meristem tissue through xylem and phloem and works by inhibiting plant photosynthesis and photosynthesis.

3. It contain two active ingredients

4. Atrazine

5. Atrazine functions by binding to the plastoquinone-binding protein in photosystem II. Plant death results from starvation and oxidative damage caused by breakdown in the electron transport process. Atrazine kill broadleaf and grassy weeds by absorbing through the weed's roots in liquid form It travels up to the actively growing leaves and tips and inhibits photosynthesis. This takes about two to three weeks Nicosulfuron Nicosulfuron is rapidly absorbed by leaf tissue and is translocated meristems via the phloem and xylem.

6. It controls weeds by inhibiting acetolactate synthase (ALS) also called acetohydroxy acid synthase (AHAS).

7. ALS is a necessary enzyme for the production of three branched-chain amino acids isoleucine leucine and valine.

8. Weeds treated with nicosulfuron will first begin to develop chlorosis in the new growth and then gradually as the weed continues to be starved of the vital branched-chain amino acids

9. the chlorosis symptomology will develop in older growth. Chlorotic symptomology then turns to necrosis and desiccation of the plant tissue occurs. Control typically takes 3-4 weeks from treatment to plant death

Antidote:

No specific antidote is known. Treat symptomatically