Hatori 77 2-4-D Amine Salt 58% SL , Selective, Systemic Weedicides of Phenoxyacetic group.
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Company / Manufacture Ichiban crop science
Country of origin: India

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Hatori 77 (2,4-D Amine Salt 58% SL) and Weedmar are the selective, systemic weedicides of the Phenoxy acetic group.

MODE OF ACTION: Hatori 77 is used on a wide variety of terrestrial and aquatic broadleaf weeds. It has little effect on grasses. It appears to work by causing uncontrolled cell division in vascular tissue. Abnormal increases in cell wall plasticity, biosynthesis of proteins, and production of ethylene occur in plant tissues following exposure, and these processes are responsible for uncontrolled cell division. The ester forms of 2, 4-D penetrate foliage, whereas plant roots absorb the salt forms. 2, 4-D appears to be similar in action to other auxin-type herbicides. It is absorbed by the leaves and roots and translocated into the weed plants.

Cyperus Iria Digitaria Sp. Dactylactenium Aegyptium Digera Arvensis Portulaca Oleracea Commelina Benghalensis Convolvulus Arvensis

  • Dosage: 800-1000 ml per acre
  • Crop: Sugarcane 

 

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26th October,2020

Best Weed control product

Babu Somaiah
24th October,2020

It is used on a wide variety of terrestrial and aquatic broadleaf weeds and i got best result

Prakash Raut