Uproot herbicide is a non-selective, foliar-applied, systemic herbicide that is used to control a wide range of grasses and weeds. It works by interfering with the plant’s growth hormones. Uproot is effective on a variety of weeds, including annual, perennial grasses and broadleaf weeds
Active Ingredients: 360g/litre Glyphosphate in the form of 480g/l Isopropylamine salt.
Uproot is applied as a foliar spray, and it is important to follow the label directions carefully when applying the herbicide. Uproot can be harmful to other plants if not used properly, so it is important to avoid spraying it on desirable plants.
Directions of use of Uproot Herbicide
- 1) Maybe applied by knapsacks or tractor mounted sprayers at pressure not exceeding 2kg/cm or 30p.s.i
- 2) A rain free period of at least 6 hours must follow spraying
- 3) Do not spray weeds stressed by drought
- 4) Do not mix other herbicides or add other wetters
- 5) Take extreme care to avoid drift onto other crops with wiper application, weeds should be at least 10cm taller than crop introduce crops 7-14 days after application
Uproot is a relatively safe herbicide, but it can cause some side effects, such as skin irritation and eye injury. It is important to wear protective clothing and eyewear when applying Uproot, and to wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling the herbicide.
Uproot is a effective herbicide that can be used to control a wide range of weeds. However, it is important to use it safely and to follow the label directions carefully.
Here are some additional safety tips for using Uproot herbicide:
- Do not apply Uproot to windy days.
- Do not apply Uproot to areas where people or pets are likely to be present.
- Do not apply Uproot to areas where water is likely to run off and contaminate other areas.
- Dispose of Uproot properly according to the label directions.
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