Broadleaf weeds and herbicides in wheat fields

1:The formulations of broadleaf herbicides in wheat fields are constantly being updated, from single agent of tribenuron-methyl to the compound or compounded preparation of tribenuron-methyl, butyl ester, ethyl carboxylate, chlorofluoropyridine, carfentrazone-ethyl, etc. played a transitional role as supplementary agents, and then the emergence of florasulam was a qualitative leap in broadleaf herbicides in wheat fields. , reduces the damage to wheat to a certain extent, but the resistance to broadleaf weeds of safe agents such as dioxsulam and fluchlorpyridine increases with long-term application, therefore, Looking forward to more excellent herbicide formulations for controlling broadleaf weeds
2:Safe, Thorough and Convenient New Recipe for Broadleaf Weeds in Wheat Fields
Florasulam is a triazolopyrimidine sulfonamide herbicide, and its safety to wheat is beyond doubt. However, with the continuous application of wheat fields in recent years, the resistance of broadleaf weeds has increased, and the dosage of Florasulam per mu is also increasing year by year. However, the functions of compounding efficiency and low temperature resistance are the treasures required by various manufacturers, and they will still be indispensable in the future.

3:Triclopyr is an organic compound, which is a systemic selective herbicide. It is absorbed by the leaves and roots of plants, and is transmitted to the whole plant in the plant, causing deformities of its roots, stems and leaves, depletion of stored substances, and maintenance of Tube bundles are plugged or ruptured, and plants gradually die. Poaceae crops are resistant to it. It is suitable for weeding and eliminating irrigation before forest afforestation, maintaining fire lines, supporting pine trees and forest stand transformation, for controlling broadleaf weeds and woody plants in non-arable land, and also for grass crops such as wheat, corn, oats, sorghum and other fields Control broadleaf weeds.

Post time: Aug-09-2022

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