Diamond is a systemic total herbicide for the control of annual and perennial weeds including difficult to control weeds such as horsetail and black bindweed. Areas of use include; amenity grassland, amenity vegetation, grassland, edible and non-edible crops, orchards and railway ballast.
Diamond can be applied at 5 L/Ha once per year.
Active Ingredients: 160g/l 2,4-D + 240g/l Glyphosate
MAPP No. 17682
Also available in: 1 L Bottle
Diamond contains two active ingredients, 2,4-D and glyphosate, to increase effectiveness against difficult to control weeds in comparison to glyphosate only products. 2,4-D breaks down the leaf and stem tissues enabling the glyphosate to penetrate into the vascular system and translocate around the plant and roots disrupting processes that are essential for plant growth.
Approved for use on; all edible and non-edible crops (stubble), amenity grassland, amenity vegetation, orchards (around apple and pear), grassland, green cover on land not being used for crop protection, hard surfaces (railway ballast only).
Diamond can be used 5 days before drilling or planting the following crop during the growing season from March – September.
For full instructions on the of Diamond including crop specific information consult the full label, via the Technical Information tab.
|Applicator||Application Rate||Water Volume||Pack Size (Litres)||Pack Coverage (m2)|
|Boom Sprayer||3-5 L/Ha||200 L||5||10,000|
For further information on Diamond - 5 L, speak to a technical sales advisor on 01902 440250.
The purchaser and/or end users are responsible for ensuring that these products are used in line with industry Approved Codes of Practice. All operators must be trained and certificated in using and applying any Ministry Approved professional product.
Please be aware that by proceeding you are purchasing a professional pesticide product.
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"By law, everyone who uses pesticides professionally must have received adequate training in using pesticides safely and be skilled in the job they are carrying out."