Rosate 1lt Professional Strength Clean Labelled Glyphosate
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Apply in a minimum of 50L water.
Available in a 20L drum, sufficient to treat 4 hectares.
Coverage Rate: 1L Rosate treats 2000 sqm.
Dilution Rate: 1-3L Rosate to 50L water.
Rosate 360 TF A foliar-applied, translocated herbicide containing 360 g/l glyphosate as a soluble concentrate for the control of annual and perennial weeds in a range of agricultural, horticultural, forestry, industrial and amenity situations.
- It can be used in many crops, for the destruction of grassland, in orchards, forestry and non-crop areas.
- quality glyphosate formulation which will control all general weeds and grasses by preventing the production of proteins needed for growth.
- Some larger or tougher weeds may need the application rate increasing to 6L/ha or 500ml per 10L of water.
Rosate 360 TF is a foliar acting herbicide that controls annual and perennial grasses and most broad-leaved weeds. It is translocated from treated vegetative growth to underground roots, rhizomes or stolons.
Leaf symptoms, being a reddening then yellowing of the foliage, are first seen on grass weeds but take longer to appear on broad-leaved weeds.
It is particularly important that the weeds have sufficient leaf growth and are actively growing when treated.