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Features of Dicamba:

Dicamba has a systemic conduction effect and has significant control effects on annual and perennial broad-leaved weeds. Post-emergence spraying, the agent is absorbed through the stems, leaves, and roots of the weed, and conducts up and down through the phloem and xylem, hindering the normal activity of plant hormones and causing them to die.

Mixed preparations of dicamba
Applicable crops:

Used for wheat, corn, millet, rice and other gramineous crops to prevent and control pig worms, buckwheat vines, quinoa, beef chickweed, succulents, sow lettuce, cocklebur, thin sycamore, field bindweed, spinach, Ask jing, carp intestines and so on.

Usage and Dosage Suggestions:

Generally use 48% water agent 3~4.5mL/100m2 (active ingredient 1.44~2g/100m2). Due to the narrow weed killing spectrum of dicamba, it is not effective against some resistant weeds. It is less safe for wheat, and it is often used in combination with 2,4-D-butyl ester or 2-4-chloramine salt.
Mixed preparations of dicamba:
Used as a herbicide after plant germination, it is often mixed with one or more phenoxycarboxylic acid herbicides or other herbicides to form a mixture, used for weeding in grain fields, and for crops such as wheat and corn. Perennial broadleaf weeds have a significant effect.