Clethodim can be used as a foliar spray or soil application. If you need to import various herbicides in large quantities, please contact us.

How to use Clethodim

Clethodim can be used as a foliar spray or soil application. When spraying on foliage, it should be carried out during the period of vigorous growth of weeds to achieve the best effect. When applied to the soil, it should be done before crop sowing or during the seedling stage of the crop to avoid any impact on the crop.

Advantages of Clethodim

The advantage of it is its ability to control a wide range of grasses and weeds, including some that are difficult to control. Clethodim’s long-lasting action can last for several months, thus reducing subsequent weeding efforts.

Precautions when using it

Clethodim 2e herbicide has effects on some crops. Therefore, you should read the instructions carefully before use to ensure that it will not cause damage to the crops.
It is a toxic chemical. Pay attention to personal protection when using. Avoid contact with skin and inhalation of fumes.
The use of clethodim 2e should be carried out in weather with low wind speed. Prevent the agent from spreading to non-target areas.
clethodim 2ec is an effective herbicide capable of controlling a wide range of grasses and weeds. When using, you should pay attention to reading the instructions and comply with the usage specifications to ensure safety and efficiency.

Common preparations of clethodim:

70% wettable powder.

Mode of action:

Photosynthesis inhibitor. Weed leaves can absorb it. But it is mainly absorbed through the roots and then transported to the leaves. The agent kills weeds by inhibiting the Hill reaction in photosynthesis.

Suitable for sugar beet and feed beet crops. Its half-life in soil, which varies depending on soil type, ranges from one week to three months.

Control targets are mainly used to control monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous weeds. Such as nightshade, chickweed, bluegrass, mulberry, sesame, wheatgrass, pigs, etc.