62% Glyphosate IPA salt glyphosate isopropylamine salt systemic Non
- Glyphosate IPA salt is the isopropylamine salt of glyphosate,
- it is a systemic, non-selective, post emergent herbicide with no
soil activity or residual action,
- it is absorbed on foliage application through the plant to the
roots and storage organs in enough quantities to kill the entire
- It can be widely used for the prevention and elimination of weeds
in the tea plantation, orchard, rubber plantation, corn, sugarcanes
- It can also prevent and kill nearly 100 kinds of weeds and has
better effect on some vicious weeds in the tea plantation, orchard,
rubber plantation, corn, sugarcanes and forests.
- Mode of Action of Glyphosate 62% SL
- 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.