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ALL CLEAR

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All clear

  1. 1. ALL CLEAR
  2. 2. Chemical Properties Solubility : Water soluble • Belong to chemical family of Bipyridylium Reactivity Prole • Stable in acidic media, but unstable in alkaline media • Decomposes photochemically by UV radiation in aqueous solutions and is rapidly inactivated by soil • Sensitive to light • Corrosive to metal and react with strong acids, bases, and oxidizing agents • Hydrolyzed by alkali compounds • Inactivated by inert clays and anionic surfactants
  3. 3. Qualities • All clear is a contact, Non- Selective, post emergence herbicide • All Clear is used as foliar Spray to control broad leaf weeds and grasses • All Clear control all annual and certain perennial weeds • Wide usage in terms of crops like Corn, soya, wheat, rice, potatoes, fruit (oranges, apples, bananas), coffee, tea, cocoa, cotton, oil palm, sugar beet, sugarcane and rubber • An ideal herbicide for conservation and no-till systems (only controls the foliage parts of weeds), thus promoting intact roots and preventing soil erosion • Hydrolyzed by alkali compounds • Inactivated by inert clays and anionic surfactants
  4. 4. Mode of action • All Clear inhibits photosynthesis . • All Clear results in rapid disruption of cell membranes and kills rapidly. • All Clear penetrate into the cytoplasm, form peroxides and free electrons (light is required) which destroy the cell membranes almost immediately • Rapid destruction of cell membranes prevents translocation of energy to other regions of the plant • Severe injury is evident in few hours after application, rst as watersoaked areas which later turn yellow or brown • Maximum control is attained in a week • Partial spray coverage of a plant results in spotting or partial shoot kill • It is redistributed within the plant, but does not harm mature bark
  5. 5. Importance • All clear is strongly cationic and relatively toxic herbicide .It is very fast-acting, results appears with in week time. It is rain-fast within 15-30 minutes of application. • All clear is also effective under low temperatures when weeds are making little active growth. • All Clear do not penetrate mature bark, sprayed safely around trees and beneath bushes. • All clear has no ‘residual’ activity in soil, can be sprayed before crops are planted or seedlings emerge. • All Clear strongly bind to clay, preventing activity for weed control or leaching in the soil . All Clear solution with suspended colloids like muddy water, slurry, fertilizers etc will cause chemical inactivation. • All Clear is used for killing shoot in numerous situations like burn down in conservation tillage systems and pre-harvest desiccation.
  6. 6. Dosage Crop Weed Dosage per ac Tea Imperata cylindrica, Setaria Spp., Commelina bengalensis, Boerhavia hispida, Paspalum conjugatum 1 to 1.75 lt Potato Chenopodium spp., Anagallis arvensis, Trianthema, Monogyna, Cyperus rotandus 800 ml to 1 lt Coffee Euphorbia hirta, Digitaria marginata, Eleusine indica, Boerhavia hispida, Commelina bengalensis 500 ml Cotton Digera arvensis, Cyperus spp 800 ml
  7. 7. Scarlet pimpernel Scientic name: Anagallis arvensis (Primrose Family: Primulaceae) Winter or summer annual, and occasionally, biennial broadleaf plant Target Weeds
  8. 8. Common Name: common lambsquarters, white goosefoot, mealweed, fat hen Scientic Name: Chenopodium album L. Family Name: Chenopodiaceae life cycle - introduced annual, reproducing by seeds Target Weeds
  9. 9. Common Name: Itsit Scientic Name: Trianthema Monogyna Family: Aizoaceae Target Weeds
  10. 10. Common Name: Asiatic dayower Scientic Name: Commelia communis L. Family Name: Commelinaceae life cycle - introduced annual, reproducing by seed Target Weeds
  11. 11. Common Name: yellow nutsedge, nut-grass, chufa Scientic Name: Cyperus esculentus L. Family Name: Cyperaceae life cycle - native perennial, reproducing by seed (rare) and tubers (nutlets) at end of short, scaly rhizomes Target Weeds
  12. 12. Common Name: large crabgrass, hairy crabgrass Scientic Name: Digitaria sanguinalis (L.) Scop. Family Name: Poaceae (Graminae) - Grass Family life cycle - introduced annual, reproducing by seed Target Weeds
  13. 13. Common Name: goosegrass, silver crabgrass, crowfoot, yardgrass, wiregrass Scientic Name: Eleusine indica (L.) Gaertn. Family Name: Poaceae (Graminae) - Grass Family introduced annual, reproducing by seed Target Weeds
  14. 14. Common Name: Foxtails Scientic Name: Setaria spp. Family Name: Poaceae life cycle - introduced annual grass, reproducing by Target Weeds
  15. 15. Common Name: Barnyard grass Scientic Name: Echinochloa crus-galli Family Name: Poaceae Barnyardgrass is a summer annual grass Target Weeds
  16. 16. THanKYOU ENRICHING LIVES, YIELDS PROSPERITY HPM Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd.

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