General information

Glyphos from weeds - instructions for use, methods of use, composition, release form and price

Weed control is ongoing. Among the most effective ways is the use of chemicals. Herbicide spreads throughout the plant juices.

Users note that some substances act selectively: they destroy monocots or dicotyledons. However, "Glyphos" destroys all types of vegetation, it is characteristic of a continuous effect on vegetation.

It is necessary to use a poisonous substance to control weeds. Therefore, I will talk about the intricacies of using "Glyphos" in areas.

Herbicide release form

Synthesized glyphosate (C₃H₈NO₅) in 1970 by researcher John Franz. This substance is the basis for herbicides produced under various names: "Tornado", "Roundup", "Hurricane" and "Glyphos". The properties of these drugs are very similar.

The difference of "Glyphos" in that the solution is prepared using surface-active substances (surfactants). Its use improves, the viscosity of the solutions is lower.

Packing is carried out in a plastic container:

  • for processing a small area of ​​100 m² (1 weaving), the bottle has a volume of 50 ml,
  • a plot of 300 m² (three weave) is processed from a 120 ml bottle,
  • 1000 m² can be treated using a 500 ml flask solution,
  • small plastic packages are designed for 20 ... 50 m².

How to apply a herbicide is shown in the video.

Period of protective action

It has a herbicidal effect on sensitive weeds that are present at the time of spraying and does not affect those that appear later after treatment (the second wave of weeds). Usually one treatment provides effective protection throughout the growing season in the absence of a second wave of weeds.

Impact speed

After penetration of the drug into the ground organs of the plants, Glyphos® Premium moves to the root system of the plants. The visual symptoms of the herbicidal effect appear on most annual weeds within 2–4 days, on perennial weeds - within 7–10 days, on tree-shrub vegetation - within 20–30 days. Herbicidal action is the gradual withering of the treated weeds, accompanied by full browning of the aerial parts and the death of the underground parts of plants. Low temperatures and precipitation following treatment can slow down the appearance of visual symptoms of the drug.

The procedure for preparing the working solution

To prepare working solution just before use and to use in day of preparation. Spray the tank with 1/2 to fill with water, pour the full dose of the drug and top up the remaining amount of water. Next, thoroughly mix the entire volume.

Preparation of the working solution and refilling the sprayer to hold on special sites.

Use ground sprayers.

Spraying is carried out in calm weather in the morning or evening hours, ensuring uniform wetting of the leaves. The interval between treatment and possible precipitation should be at least 4-6 hours.