(Ammonium Salt of Glyphosate 71% SG)

Ammonium Salt of Glyphosate 71% SG
Pack Size : 100 gm /500 gm / 1 kg Pouch
Class : herbicides
Directions of Use : Apply to Perennial Weeds as post emergence application which should have at least 4-8 leaves. Dilute product with clean water and spray uniformly using an efficient sprayer like knapsack or backpack sprayer.
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Crop Weed CIB DOSE / Ha Water volume litre/ha
Tea & Non Crop area Acalypha indica 3kg 500
Sida aculata
Ipomea digitarea
Chicorium intybus
Digera arvensis
Digitaria sanguinalis
Paspalum conjugatum
Ageratum conyzoides
Cynondon dactylon
Cyperus rotunedus
Eragrostis spp.


  • Dhol is a non-selective and systemic herbicide.
  • It is a post-emergence herbicide for the control of annual perennial, broadleaf and grassy weeds.
  • It contains Ammonium salt of Glyphosate 71% SG.
  • It is easily biodegradable & non-volatile in nature.
  • It belongs to the Organophosphorus group of chemical.
  • It is a systemic herbicide, kills the weeds by inhibiting the EPPS synthesis in weed plant.
  • Being a non-selective herbicide, it effectively kills all types of weeds.
  • It is widely used in non-crop areas, open fields, bunds and water channels.
  • It is also used in tea crop to control various weeds.
  • It is rapidly absorbed leaves and translocated to the root system/rhizomes of weed plants.
  • It kills the plant from the root within one to two weeks of its application.
  • It is also effective against the weeds which are difficult to control.
  • It is also effective to kill the aquatic weeds efficiently.
  • It does not have any residual effect on the germination of any crop grown after its application.


  • DHOL is a non-selective, systemic herbicide of Organophosphorus group. It works by inhibiting an essential plant enzyme called EPSPS (5-enolpyruvyl – shikimate -3 – phosphate synthase). Inhibition of this enzyme prevents the production of aromatic amino acids required for protein synthesis within the plant. Lack of the protein synthesis results the death of treated plants.


  • Apply in tea and non-crop areas to control of annual perennial, broadleaf and grassy weeds
  • Application is recommended when weeds reaches at least 4-8 leaves stage.
  • Take small amount of water and add required quantity of Dhol and stir the solution well with a stick or rod. Add this solution with the remaining quantity of water and spray. The volume of the total water to be used will depend on total area to be treated.


  • Uniform spray should be advisable.
  • Do not spray during foggy climate.
  • Do not mix with bare hands.
  • Always spray using hood, to avoid drift on main crop.
  • Ensure sufficient soil moisture at the time of spraying.
  • Wear safety equipment’s such as gloves, aprons, masks, etc.
  • Do not smoke, drink, eat and chew anything while spraying.
  • Avoid contact with mouth, eyes and skin.
  • Take bath properly after application.
  • Antidote – No specific antidote is known. Treat symptomatically.