- Active ingredient
- Barnyard grass, Bellvine, Billygoat weed, Chinese burr, Crowsfoot grass, Flannel weed, Gambia pea, Pigweed, Rattlepod, Summer grass
Trade names and formulations
|Trade name||Content of a.i.(s)||Type of formulation||SDS||label|
|AKOTRIN 500 F||500 g/l||SC|
|AKOTRIN 80 WP||80 g/l||WP|
Chemical family: 1,3,5-triazine
Penetration: Leaves and roots
Mode of action
Inhibition of photosynthesis at photosystem II
Indicative rate of|
|Sugar cane||Barnyard Grass||Echinocloa crus-galli||2 000 g/ha|
|Bellvine||Rhodochiton spp.||2 000 g/ha|
|Billygoat Weed||Ageratum houstonianum||2 000 g/ha|
|Chinese Burr||Triumfetta rhomboidea||2 000 g/ha|
|Crowsfoot Grass||Dactyloctenium aegyptium||2 000 g/ha|
|Flannel Weed||Sida cordifolia||2 000 g/ha|
|Gambia Pea||Crotalaria goreensis||2 000 g/ha|
|Pigweed||Amaranthus spp.||2 000 g/ha|
|Rattlepod||Crotalaria pallida||2 000 g/ha|
|Summer Grass||Digitaria ciliaris||2 000 g/ha|
MRL & PHI
Covered by the cropping period.
Compatible with other pesticides. However, as formulations of other manufacturer’s products are beyond the control of AAKO, all mixtures should be tested prior to mixing commercial quantities.
Some sugar cane varieties show temporary chlorosis and scorching of lower leaves.
Resistance prevention or management
6 h after application
Every pesticide can be harmful to humans and the environment as long as they are not handled properly. It is advised to read carefully the label and to strictly follow the instructions.