2,4-D Dimethyl amine salt
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Content: 86% and 72% W/V
2,4-D, a member of the phenoxy family of herbicides, was the first successful selective herbicide developed. It was introduced in 1946, and rapidly became the most widely used herbicide in the world.
A selective herbicide is one that controls weeds in a crop without damaging that crop.
2,4-D, its salts are systemic herbicides, widely used for the control of broad-leaved weeds such as Plantago, Ranunculus and Veronica spp. in cereals and other crops at 0.28-2.3 kg/a. After dilution, can be used to control the broad leaf weeds in the fields of barley, wheat, rice, corn, millet and Sorghum etc.