Best Agrolife launches 8 new agrochemical formulations

Best Agrolife launches 8 new agrochemical formulations

Expanding its product portfolio, Best Agrolife (BAL), India’s leading agrochemical manufacturer, launched six new formulations – Amito, Promos, Propique, Ghotu, Doddy, and Headshot along with their star products Citigen and Vistara.

More than 200 distributors from Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh participated in the event held in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. BAL also utilised the occasion to create awareness about the benefits of its product line-up and informed the audience how the company is efficiently transforming India’s agriculture sector. The participants expressed their keen interest in the products.

“It is indeed a milestone for us. We believe we can only grow when we share our advancements with all the people associated with our industry. It was an immense pleasure to witness such tremendous participation of dealers from different regions. All our newly launched products are highly effective and affordable crop solutions and are a boon for our agriculture sector. Other than enhancing the productivity in the fields, they will also provide the distributors and dealers with a marketing edge,” said, Vimal Alawadhi, Managing Director, Best Agrolife.

Newly launched agrochemical formulations by Best Agrolife

Citigen (Chlorantraniliprole 18.5% W/W SC) is a broad-spectrum insecticide with exceptional insecticide efficacy, longer rain fastness, and low mammalian toxicity. Citigen is highly recommended for controlling pests in crops like sugarcane, rice cabbage, cotton, tomato, call, soybean, brinjal, pigeon pea, Bengal gram, black gram, bitter gourd, okra, maize, and groundnut. It acts on ball worms, stem borers, fruit borers, gran pod borers, stem flies, tobacco caterpillars, and pod borers.

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Vistara (Chlorantraniliprole 0.4% GR) prevents the build-up of shoot borer and stem borer populations in paddy and sugarcane and protects the growers from incurring losses due to low crop yield and thereby maximising output. It is safe for the environment due to its low dosage.

Propique (Propaquizafop 10% EC) is a fast-acting herbicide product which creates rapid absorption by the grass leaves and translocates to all parts of the weed plants (growing points, nodes, roots and rhizomes).

Amito (Ametryne 80% WDG) is a new selective early post herbicide with broad spectrum activity on grasses and broad-leaved weeds.

Promos (Metiram 55%+ Pyraclostrobin 5% WG) is a fungicide and a premium broad-spectrum, dual Al fungicide with highly effective disease control, effective for crop disease resistance management and provide yield enhancement effect on the crops.

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Ghotu (Clothianidin 50% WDG), an insecticide, controls soil insects when used at the time of planting. It efficiently contains all stages of insects and controls early shoot borer and sucking pests in sugarcane.

Doddy (Dodine 65% WP) is a broad-spectrum contact fungicide with protective and eradicative action exhibiting no cross-resistance to other fungicides. It is an excellent resistance management tool. Doddy’s USP is excellent disease protection for a longer duration and is active in low temperatures with rain-fastness after two hours. Besides, it is highly cost-effective in early scab control and protects high-value fruits.

Headshot (Halosulfuron Methyl 75% WG) is known for its low-dosage efficacy and rapidly inhibits the growth of susceptible weeds. It is an excellent product for controlling weeds with residual soil activity. Headshot also carries the ‘green label’, making it safe to use for protection without poisons. Its application results in healthier crops and improved yield of crops like sugarcane, maize and bottle gourd.

(All product features are claimed by Best Agrolife. Agriculture Post doesn’t assume responsibility for the same.)

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