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Striker Selective Herbicide


Striker Selective Weed Killer is a foundational specific post-development herbicide, used to control yearly grass weeds, broad‑leaved weeds, and selective Herbicides for farm and perennials grass weeds in maize.

1. Get effective, pre-emergence and post-emergence weed control in maize with Striker Selective Herbicide.
2. Enjoy long-lasting control of annual grasses, certain sedges, and broadleaf weeds with our oil dispersion Nicosulfuron formula.
3. Safeguard your crop with our low use rate per acre and patented formulation that helps reduce the risk of injury to sensitive plants nearby.
4. Receive rapid action against weeds due to high transfer efficiency and absorption from the foliage or roots.
5. Get maximum value out of each acre by reducing the competition for nutrients, moisture, space, and light from unwanted weeds.

Item includes
Method of Action: Broad-range, fundamental, specific, post-rise herbicide.
Dynamic fixing: Nicosulfuron 40g/l
Definition: Oil scattering
Bundling size: 1 liter | Carton of 12 Bottles

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Striker Selective Herbicide is an oil scattering (OD) detailing containing the sulfonylurea herbicide Nicosulfuron, a post-development herbicide for maize. It is a fundamental particular post-rise herbicide, used to control yearly grass weeds, broad‑leaved weeds, and perennials grass weeds, for example, Sorghum halepense and Agropyron repens in maize. It is an expansive-range herbicide.

Method of activity
Nicosulfuron is quickly retained in the weed leaves and is moved through the xylem and phloem toward the meristematic zone. In this zone, Nicosulfuron restrains acetolactate synthase (ALS), a critical chemical for branched‑chain amino acids amalgamation, which brings about the end of cell division and plant development.

Striker Selective Weed Killer should not be blended in with organophosphate insect poisons, or to be applied to maize, where the wrinkles are treated with granule organophosphate insect poisons.
It very well may be applied to maize treated with carbamate bug sprays against soil bug bothers.
Maize Crop stage: 2 – 5 leaves Weeds stage: arose, effectively developing weeds 1.25 – 1.5 l/ha. For hard-to-control weeds, a higher portion is suggested.
Striker Selective Weed Control Target Annual Weeds: Igitaria sanguinalis, Setaria viridis, Eleusine indica, Avena fatua, Ceperus microfilaria, Galinsoga ciliata, Stellaria media, Polygonum lapathifolium, Chenopodium collection, Sida spinosa, Abutilon theophrasti, Cassia tora, Amaranthus viridis, Solanum nigrum, Portulaca oleracea, Commelina communis, Capsella bursa-pastoris.

Target Perenial Weeds: Sorghum haleoense, Agropyron repens, Cynodon dactylon, Cyperus rutundus.

Best Practices for Using a Striker Selective Herbicide

Control weeds in your maize with Striker Selective Herbicide. Highly effective and easy to use, you’ll get fast weed control and superior crop safety with the oil scattering (OD) technology of Nicosulfuron herbicide. Get the peace of mind that comes from knowing your crops are protected from damaging weeds.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Striker Selective Herbicide

What is Striker Selective Herbicide?

Striker Selective Herbicide is a post-emergence herbicide used to control annual and perennial weeds in maize (corn) crops. It contains the active ingredient Nicosulfuron, which belongs to the sulfonylurea herbicide class.

What types of weeds does Striker Selective Herbicide control?

Striker is effective against a broad range of weeds, including:

  • Annual Grasses: Barnyardgrass, green foxtail, jungle rice, wild oats, small flower sedge
  • Broadleaf Weeds: Gallant soldier, common chickweed, pale persicaria, pigweeds, Jerusalem artichoke, jimsonweed, velvetleaf, common purslane, Asiatic dayflower, shepherd’s purse

What are the target perennial weeds?

Striker can also control certain hard-to-manage perennial weeds like Johnsongrass, quackgrass, Bermudagrass, and nutsedge.

How does Striker Selective Herbicide work?

Nicosulfuron is absorbed by the weed leaves and disrupts an essential enzyme involved in amino acid production. This disrupts cell division and ultimately leads to weed death.

What is the application rate for Striker Selective Herbicide?

The recommended application rate for Striker is 1.25 – 1.5 liters per hectare (1.1 – 1.3 quarts per acre). A higher rate may be necessary for tough-to-control weeds.

What is the best maize growth stage for Striker application?

Striker should be applied to maize between the 2-leaf and 5-leaf stages, with weeds emerging and actively growing.

Can Striker Selective Herbicide be mixed with other herbicides or insecticides?

  • Not recommended: Mixing Striker with organophosphate insecticides can cause damage to your maize crop.
  • Compatible: Striker can be safely applied to maize that has been previously treated with carbamate insecticides for soil insect control.

Are there any precautions to take when using Striker Selective Herbicide?

Always follow the instructions on the herbicide label for proper mixing, application, and safety precautions.


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