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Diamond Launch - Horse/Mares Tail Control

Diamond is a brand new product EXCLUSIVE to Agrigem which offers excellent results on many tough weeds including horsetail. It is a soluble concentrate containing 160g/l 2,4-D + 240g/l glyphosate. It is approved for use on Amenity Vegetation, Orchards, Hard Surfaces (Railway Ballast), and Green Cover not being used for crop production. Once on the foliage, the 2,4 - D will break down leaf tissue which enables the glyphosate to translocate around the plant far quicker and deeper. It will deliver total weed control to both grasses and broadleaved weeds, controlling them quicker and penetrating deeper into the root system than glyphosate alone

With the withdrawal of Glufosinate & strain on glyphosate controlling tough weeds such as Horsetail, Docks, Nettles & Ragwort; we have developed a product which is a mixture of Glyphosate & 2,4-D. This will control all the weeds that glyphosate does, plus a lot of the others it is not very strong on such as established Nettles, Docks, Knotweed, Ivy & Horsetail. It will also deliver a deeper kill & faster results compared to straight glyphosate. Unlike most other glyphosates, it also has approval for Amenity Vegetation.

 Diamond is exclusive to Agrigem and it will be the only approved product for Horsetail control, nicely filling the gap left by Pearl.

 Area of Use - Artifical surfaces and Hard Surfaces 

Key Benefits

- Faster acting than glyphosate alone

- Controls tough weeds such as Nettle, Ragwort, Horsetail and many other broadleaved weeds which are difficult to kill with striaght glyphosate.

- Grassland destruction recommendation giving improved and quicker control of weeds such as docks. 

- Fast action- one application for target weeds.

- Extended weed spectrum to manage tough to control weeds like Thistles, Oilseed Rape and Grasses. 

- Use less glyphosate per hectare, you can reduce by half the amount of glyphosate per hectare with the same result.

- Safe formulation for trees in orchards.

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