Quinclorac is a dependable post-emergent ascendancy of both broadleaf and blooming weeds in a growthd array of accommodation breed from residential and bartering to golf courses, sports fields and sod farms. Long-lasting ascendancy of weeds and grasses from one ages up to ninety days.
Quinclorac acts as an auxin actor and is classified as a quinolone carboxylic acid. It is captivated by the foliage and translocated throughout the plant. Symptoms apparent by broadleaf weeds cover blade and axis crimper or twisting, and necrosis. Susceptible grasses appearance signs of bantam growth, chlorosis (whitening) and apathetic bloom followed by afterlife and death.
Quinclorac mode of action and symptomology