Made in China.

Common Name
Glyphosate 41% IPA Salt
Molecular Formula
Molecular Weight
Quality Standard
Light yellow transparent liquid.
Content of Glyphosate IPA
41% Min
PH Value 4.5-6
Water-insoluble substance
0.1% Max
Dilution Stability (20 times )
Low-Temperature Stability
Qualified Thermal Storage Stability
Nonselective systemic herbicide, absorbed by the foliage, with rapid translocation throughout the plant.
Some crops have been genetically modified to be resistant to glyphosate.
41%, 62% Glyphosate IPA Salt, 360g/L SL
200L, 20L, 5L, 3.5L,2.5l,1L,500ML,200ML
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BEIJING, Mar. 11 (Xinhua Finance) – Chinese glyphosate producers are considering on raising their glyphosate product prices by around 5 percent or 1,000 yuan per tonne, said a report by Shanghai Security News on Wednesday.
The 16th China International Agrochemical and Crop Protection Exhibition would offer an opportunity for the expected price hike. China has 550,000 tonnes to 600,000 tonnes of glyphosate production capacity with near 80 percent of glyphosate products exported. China’s glyphosate producers would see better profitability on low stock levels and more strict regulation on chemical plants.

The Dutch Parliament passed the law prohibiting private parties from buying Monsanto’s toxic herbicide, RoundUp, and is expected to go into effect in late 2015. While the Dutch Lower House had initiated the law to ban glyphosate from non-agricultural use years ago, it seems Monsanto’s grip on the government “overrode” the motion at the time, but now residents of the Netherlands will be safe from the toxic pesticide. Two members of the Dutch Parliament, Esther Ouwehand and Gerard Schouw, submitted the motion, which influenced recent approval. Glyphosate, the main ingredient in RoundUp, has been linked to many health risks including different forms of cancer, nervous system damage and birth defects among many other issues. The Netherlands now joins Russia and Mexico as the latest country to ban Monsanto’s RoundUp. Will this prompt other countries to follow suit?

Creeks and Drains are for rain water. NOT HERBICIDES

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