Biloxy is a selective herbicide which is used to control important weeds in direct sown, puddled or transplanted Rice, Onion, Potato, Tea and Groundnut. It has pre-emergence as well as targeted post-emergence activity. As pre-emergence, it forms a chemical barrier on the soil surface and affects weed plants through direct contact at emergence. Also actively growing plants are very susceptible to Biloxy as post-emergence action.
|Crop||Target Weed||Dose/acre (ml)||Dilution in Water (Liter)/acre||Waiting Period (Days)|
|Rice (Direct sown as pre-emergence)||Echinochloa sp. Cyperus iria, Eclipta alba,||260 - 400||200||-|
|Tea||Digiteria, Imperata, Paspalum, Borreria hispida,||260 - 400||200 - 300||15|
|Onion||Chenopodium album, Amaranthus viridis,||170- 340||200 - 300||-|
|Potato||Chenopodium ,Coronpus Trianthema, Cyperus, Heliotropium||170- 340||200 - 300||-|
|Groundnut||Echinochloa colonum, Digitaria arginata||170- 340||200 - 300||-|