Jaguar Selective Herbicide
Very fast control of most broadleaf weeds
Registered for use in cereals, vineyards and some improved pastures, Jaguar is probably best known for its exceptional broadleaf weed spectrum and speed of action – producing visible effects within days rather than weeks.
Jaguar can contribute significantly to the production of high-yielding cereal crops, and dynamic clover or lucerne pastures, by removing weed competition during the critical early weeks of crop establishment.
Jaguar forms a continuous product layer on the soil surface, providing some residual control of subsequent germinations of wild radish.
Jaguar is a non-hormone post-emergence contact herbicide for early control of broadleaf weeds.
Jaguar sprayed early (from cotyledon stage) allows control of weeds before competition with crop occurs.
Jaguar controls or suppresses a wide range of the most important broadleaf weeds.
Jaguar provides residual control of Wild Radish for up to 4 weeks.
Jaguar provides control of Group I and Group B resistant wild radish.