JASSCORT-61SL (Paraquate 20%+Glyphosate 41%)

Paraquat is a quartenary nitrogen herbicide widely used for broadleaf weed control. It is a quick acting, non-selective compound, that destroys green plant tissue on contact and by translocation within the plant. It has been employed for killing marijuana in the U.S. and in Mexico

Chemical formula: (C6H7N)2]Cl2)



Mode of action:

As an herbicide, paraquat acts by inhibiting photosynthesis. In light-exposed plants, it accepts electrons from photosystem I (more specifically ferredoxin, which is presented with electrons from PS I) and transfers them to molecular oxygen. In this manner, destructive reactive oxygen species are produced.

Glyphosate is a non-selective herbicide, meaning it will kill most plants. It prevents the plants from making certain proteins that are needed for plant growth. Glyphosate stops a specific enzyme pathway, the shikimic acid pathway. The shikimic acid pathway is necessary for plants and some microorganisms.

Dose Rate:

Crops Pest Per Acres  Per Hectare
Tea Weeds 900ml 2.25Ltr
Banana  Weeds 700ml 1.75 ltr
Rabar  Weeds 700ml 1.75 ltr
Vacant Land  Weeds 700ml 1.75 ltr






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