Sniper® is a selective herbicide with systemic action, for the control of weeds in pasture areas. Its high application and use versatility provide superior control of the various types of broadleaf weeds, whether herbaceous (easy to control), semi-woody (medium difficulty to control) or woody (difficult or extreme difficulty to control) of sub-shrubby or shrubby size, weeds in pastures in Brazil.
Do you want to understand why Sniper® herbicide is the ultimate weed control solution?
What is Sniper®
Sniper® is a highly versatile herbicide, recommended to the definitive control of weeds in pastures.
It is noteworthy that Sniper® is easy to handle when preparing the syrup, since its formulation has high solubility and stability.
Sniper®: solution to the weeds that are hard to control
Considered one of the best herbicides to the pasture, Sniper® combats a wide variety of weeds. Check out the main targets that Sniper® fights in the pastures:
- Assa-peixe (Vernonia polyanthes);
- Flannel Weed (Sida cordifolia);
- Vernonia Westiniana (Vernonia westiniana);
- Yellow Bells (Tecoma stans);
- Sida Glaziovii (Sida glaziovii);
- Mountain Ebony (Bauhinia variegata);
- Barnadesia Rosea (Barnadesia rosea);
- Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum hasslerianum);
- Arrowleaf Sida (Sida rhombifolia).
Sniper®: how does this herbicide for pasture work
As a result, other metabolic functions are affected, including cellular functions are interrupted, resulting in deformation of the veins and leaf blade, growth arrest and thickening of the roots, appearance of callus in the nodes along the stem, causing obstruction of the phloem and, consequently, weeds die slowly, after total depletion of plant reserves and cell inactivation.
Always consult an Agricultural Engineer.
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