Nicolas Selective Herbicide
Nicolas Selective Herbicide is an oil scattering (OD) definition containing the sulfonylurea herbicide Nicosulfuron. It is a particular post-development herbicide, used to control yearly grass weeds, broad‑leaved weeds and perennials grass weeds, for example, Sorghum halepense and Agropyron repens in maize.
Dynamic fixing: Nicosulfuron 40 g/L OD
Method of activity
Nicosulfuron is quickly consumed by the foliage and underlying foundations of the weed and is moved through the xylem and phloem towards the meristematic zone. In this zone, Nicosulfuron hinders acetolactate synthase (ALS), a critical catalyst for branched‑chain amino acids combination, which brings about the suspension of cell division and plant development.
Security PERIOD (Pre-reap stretch):
The item should not be blended in with organophosphate insect sprays, or to be applied to maize, where the wrinkles are treated with granule organophosphate insect sprays.
Can be applied to maize treated with carbamate bug sprays against soil bug bothers.
Specific post-rise control in maize of yearly grass weeds including Setaria, Echinochloa, Digitaria, Panicum, Lolium, and Avena spp., expansive leaved weeds includingAmaranthus spp. also, Cruciferae, and perennials, for example, Sorghum halepense and Agropyron repens. Applied at 35-70 g/ha.
Keep pesticides in unique holders until utilized.
Store them in a locked bureau, fabricating, or fenced region where they are not open to youngsters, unapproved people, pets, or animals.
Try not to store pesticides with food varieties, feed, composts, or different materials that might become tainted by the pesticides.
Follow name bearings cautiously.
Abstain from sprinkling, spilling, spills, splash float, and defilement of dress.
NEVER eat, smoke, drink, or bite while utilizing pesticides.