TOUCH DOWN is a non-specific foundational herbicide and is dynamic when applied to the foliage and green bark of plants.
TOUCH DOWN is shown for the control of essentially all yearly and lasting weeds. It is delegated a herbicide Group G
The noticeable impact on treated foliage as a rule shows up at 7 – 10 days after treatment yet may change as indicated by weather patterns.
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Score Forte is a non-particular foundational herbicide. It is shown for the control of basically all yearly and enduring weeds.
A dissolvable concentrate non-particular foliar, foundational herbicide with a wetting specialist for use in glyphosate-open minded crops and for the control of a wide scope of yearly and enduring grasses, broadleaf weeds, certain woody perennials, and modern weed control.
Slurry Liquid (SL)
TOUCH DOWN Method of Action
Score contains a novel, improved conveyance framework bringing about a dependable elite execution. It very well may be utilized whenever and on any yield (counting glyphosate-lenient harvests), as expected by the cultivator’s weed administration program.
Yearly and Perennial grasses and broadleaf weeds.
Grains, Sugarcane, Tea, Coffee, Bananas, Sisal and Citrus
Downpour speed – Excellent maintenance, wetting, and ideal spreading contrasted with customary glyphosate.
High adequacy – Improved double adjuvant permits quicker assimilation and quicker weeds control.
Systemicity – Passive and penetrative properties of double adjuvant guarantee viable development to developing parts.
Adaptability – It might be utilized before establishing all yields, in laid out establishing harvests like espresso, tea, sisal and sugarcane.
Pace of Application
Apply at 0.5 – 3.0 liters/ha
Score Forte can be applied with customary ground gear (farm hauler mounted blasts, rucksack, and so forth)
Ideal shower stores are acquired with ground hardware aligned to splash 100 – 300 l/ha with reasonable spouts to guarantee sufficient inclusion.
Where float is an issue, don’t surpass 2 bar. Utilize just the tensions prescribed for explicit spouts to keep away from float. Quit showering on the off chance that the breeze speed surpasses 10 km/h.
Try not to splash when the overall dampness is under 40 %.
Apply the Touchdown Forte measurements rate as per the weed development stage – the higher dose rates inside the reach should be utilized when the weeds are more seasoned and more settled in the particular development stage.
Score Forte ought to simply be applied to effectively develop weeds that are not torpid or under temperature, dampness or some other pressure. A downpour or water system a couple of days preceding application guarantees that weeds are effectively developing, bringing about ideal adequacy.
Utilize just clean water with no suspended soil particles in the splash blend.
Guarantee that shower gear is perfect, liberated from all dregs, rust or residue and accurately aligned prior to splashing.
Utilize a low shower pressure (100 – 200 kPa) and the right spouts to stay away from splash float.
Guarantee even inclusion of all weeds under application and apply to nascent spillover.
Score Forte is effectively consumed through juvenile bark and leaves of most plants and trees. Contact with juvenile bark can bring about genuine confined or moved harm.
Subsequently contact with leaves, green or youthful bark and product of wanted plants, whether direct or by splash float, should be kept away from. Continuously ensure that main undesired plants are dealt with.
Downpours or water systems in the span of 3 hours of use can lessen the viability of TOUCHDOWN Forte.
It has no pre-rise movement, in this manner rehash applications are vital (when applied all alone) to control weeds sprouting from seed. Guarantee that target weeds are completely presented to the splash.
Conflicting and variable control of weeds even at high rates might be capable because of various reasons in particular
a) dry season pressure
b) cold or hotness stress
c) plants with waxy layers for example Portulaca oleracea,
d) normal protection from glyphosate-based items for example Commelina bengalensis, Ipomoea spp.
e) gained obstruction because of the rehashed utilization of glyphosate
f) unfortunate inclusion and infiltration of uncovered leaves for example Argemone subfusiformis,
g) plants with bulbs and tubers for example Cyperus spp.,
h) conflicting connection between above soil parts and underneath soil parts for example Conyza bonariensis after dry periods or development throughout the colder time of year.
I) unfortunate water quality.