AGIL is a herbicide of the aryloxyphenoxy propionates family. It is used for the post emergence control of a wide range of annual and perennial grasses.
AGIL is used for selective weed control in many broadleaf crops such as sugarbeet, oilseed rape, soybeans, sunflower, other field crops, vegetables, fruit trees, vineyards and forestry and best result is achieved when sprayed at the 2-4 leaf stage.
AGIL is a systemic herbicide, which is quickly absorbed by the leaves and translocated from the foliage to the growing points of the leaves and roots of the sprayed weeds.
Rainfall 1 hour after application will not affect the product activity. Optimal activity is achieved when applied early and weeds are actively growing.
AGIL is safe to beneficial insects and mammals and is environmentally friendly
Technical Name- Bifenthrin 10% EC
Imperial belongs to pyrethroid group & it is a non-systemic insecticide & acaricide.
Imperial affects insects by stomach and contact action. Imperial acts on the nervous system of insects and disturbs the function of neurons by interaction with the sodium channel.
Imperial is effective against a broad range of foliar pests in a wide variety of crops.
Barazide is an effective solution for the control a wide range of lepidopteran pests which can cause significant yield losses. It’s quick knock down effect controls the damage instantly & through it’s long duration of control, it helps in reduction in the cost of pest management.
Mode of Action:
Barazide has a two way action.
It interferes with the neuromuscular process at the nerve-muscle junction causing permanent prevention of muscle contraction leading to Paralysis and death of insect.
It also affects the biochemical processes and act as chitin inhibitor inside the insect causing abortive moulting. Hence the insect cannot move to the next instar stage and finally dies