Until now glyphosate has been used extensively to control problem weeds. However using glyphosate alone means repeated applications every time weeds germinate.
Introducing - TRIMAC Herbicide providing longer term weed control with just one application. This means less labour, less chemical spraying and a tidier yard.
TRIMAC is a knockdown and residual herbicide working in the soil to prevent weeds germinating. For best long term results when spraying established weeds TRIMAC should be mixed with Glyphosate to provide good initial knockdown of established weeds and then control weed germination over extended periods.
How does TRIMAC work?
Trimac moves into the soil with rainfall or soil moisture and is taken up by the roots of plants and germinating seedlings. Once taken up by the plant it acts in two ways. The first causes the plant cell division to stop. The second inhibits photosynthesis.
Low application rate:
TRIMAC is applied at the low rate of 100gm per 100 litres and this means less risk in handling and reduced amounts of chemical in the environment.
TRIMAC and the environment:
TRIMAC does not bioaccumulate in the soil and because all of the ingredients act only on enzymes occurring in plants, there is little likelihood of any adverse effects on wildlife. TRIMAC is rated as being practically non toxic to birds, honey bees and mammals.
Pre measured soluble packs:
TRIMAC is packaged in 100gm water soluble bags. One pack of Pre measured water soluble packaging means reduced handling and provides insurance against incorrect application rates.
Using TRIMAC in your town:
TRIMAC can be used around guideposts, roadside furniture, substations,aerodromes and other public utilities.
1 KG (10x100g water soluble packs)
880g/kg Terbacil + 40g/kg Sulfometuron Methyl