Fenoxaprop-P-Ethyl 10% EC
Fenoxaprop-P-Ethyl 10% EC (Bugle/Puma/Super/Whip)
1. Product name: Fenoxaprop-p-ethyl 10% EC
2. Other names: Bugle, puma, super, whip
3. Formulation: 10% EC
4. CAS NO.: 71283-80-2
This kind of herbicide features low toxicity. It can be absorbed by
cauline leaves and then conducted to meristems and the growing
points of root. As a result of rapid efficacy, the plants will stop
growing 2 to 3 days after applying it, and after 5 to 6 days, the
young leaf will turn to be purple from green, the meristems become
brown and finally the leaves will gradually wither. Undoubtedly,
this product is an extremely strong selective post-emergence agent.
The fenoxaprop-p-ethyl 10% EC fits to destroy weeds in the fields
planting dicotyledonous crops as the soybean, peanut, rape, cotton,
sugar beet, flax, potato and the vegetable. It is also applicable
in the mulberry and orchard gardens to kill monocotyledonous weeds.
1. Cotton fields
With regard to annual grasses, even spraying 750 to 1050mL dosage
mixed with 300 to 450kg water for each hectare is sufficient.
While, for perennial grasses, 1050 to 1200mL fenoxaprop-p-ethyl
mixed with 450kg water is enough for each hectare and spraying is
2. Soybean fields
As to the post-emergence soybean in 2 to 3 compound-leaf stage, the
product of 520 to 690mL per hectare should be mixed with 300 to
450L water for post-emergence treatment.
3. Peanut fields
For the 2 to 3-leaf stage peanuts and 3 to 5-leaf stage weeds, each
hectare of land needs to use 466 to 620mL dosage mixed with 300L
water for post-emergence application.
1. Please make sure that the product will not flow into ponds.
2. This product can be mixed with herbicides like the isoproturon
and the bromobenzene for using, and is applicable for the fields
where have monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous weeds.
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