- Established in 2003
- A+ level credit enterprise
- Top 50 pesticide exports
- Abundant supply chain
- Strong supply capacity
- Professional laboratory
- Advanced equipment
- Overseas branch
- Environmental protection
- low residue & toxicity
- High quality & sufficient content
- Professional packaging design
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- Registration support
- Quality control monitoring
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900 g/L EC,600 g/L EW,5％ GR
SGS, ISO9001, BV , A+ Credit
|Tech Grade||95% TC|
|Formulation||900 g/L EC,600 g/L EW,5% GR|
|Action||Selective pre-emergent herbicide|
|Butachlor 600 g/L EW||rice (annual weeds)|
|Butachlor 900 g/L EC||rice (annual weeds, some broadleaf weeds)|
|Butachlor 5% GR||rice (echinochloa crusgalli, some annual broadleaf and sedge)|
Q1: Is Shenzhen KingQuenson Industry Co., Ltd a factory or a trader?
A1: Shenzhen KingQuenson Industry Co., Ltd is a factory and a trader.
Q2: Does Shenzhen KingQuenson Industry Co., Ltd offer sample?
A2: Shenzhen KingQuenson Industry Co., Ltd can offer 1kg or 1L free samples of our products; the customers will be responsible for the delivery fee.
Q3: What is the payment method?
A3: We accept T/T, L/C, O/A, and D/A.
Q4: Minimum Order Quantity?
A4: We recommend our customers to order 1KL or 1MT minimum of every product.
Q5: How does Shenzhen KingQuenson Industry Co., Ltd guarantee the quality of products?
A5: The products will accept the test of third-party labs.
A6: International Ocean Shipping, Air Transportation.
Q7: Delivery Time.
A7: 40 to 45 days after the confirm of packages.
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Butachlor selective systemic herbicide, absorbed primarily by the germinating shoots, and secondarily by the roots, with translocation throughout the plant, giving higher concentrations in vegetative parts than in reproductive parts. Used pre-emergence for the control of annual grasses and certain broad-leaved weeds in rice, both seeded and transplanted. It shows selectivity in barley, cotton, peanuts, sugar beet, wheat and several brassica crops. Activity is dependent on water availability such as rainfall following treatment, overhead irrigation or applications to standing water as in rice culture.