Active Ingredient : Atrazine: 20% + Mesotrion: 4% + Nicosulfuron: 2%
Category : Herbicide
Registered Uses:
Crop Target Pest Formulation concentration
Corn (Jagung) Broadleaf weed (Gulma Berdaun Lebar): Amaranthus sp.; Physalis sp Grass weeds (Gulma Golongan Rumput): Cynodon Dactylon; Echinochloa colona 1.5 - 2.5 l / ha
Product Feature:

  • Metsulfuron-methyl is an organic compound classified as a sulfonylurea herbicide, which kills broadleaf weeds and some annual grasses
  • It is a systemic compound with foliar and soil activity that inhibits cell division in shoots and roots


  • Herbisida jagung selektif dan merupakan herbisida pertama di Indonesia yang memiliki 3 bahan aktif dalam satu formulasi
  • Formulasi larutan dalam minyak membuat FASTDONE tidak mudah tersapu air hujan, sehingga menekan pertumbuhan gulma lebih lama
  • Berspektrum luas sehingga sangat efektif untuk mengendalikan gulma yang tersebar luas dan kelompok rumput utama pada tanaman jagung
  • Selektifitas sangat tinggi sehingga aman digunakan untuk tanaman jagung
  • Aman bagi lingkungan
  • Tidak perlu menambahkan surfaktan

Mode of Action:

  • It is a selective systemic corn herbicide which contain three active ingredients, 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, Mesotrione inhibit the enzyme p-hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD) which is involved in carotenoid pigment synthesis that protects chlorophyll from decomposition by sunlight
  • Nicosulfuron is rapidly absorbed by leaf tissue and is translocated meristems via the phloem and xylem
  • It controls weeds by inhibiting acetolactate synthase (ALS) also called acetohydroxy acid synthase (AHAS). ALS is a necessary enzyme for the production of three branched-chain amino acids isoleucine leucine and valine
  • 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 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


No specific antidote is known. Treat symptomatically