Nori ®

The connection between efficiency and productivity

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Results with herbicides

See on the charts below the results of the performance of adjuvant Nori with herbicides in weed control; hairy beggartick (Bidens pilosa ), String-glory ( Ipomoea nil ), Pigweed ( Amaranthus hybridus ), Goose Grass ( Eleusine indica ) Sourgrass ( Digitaria insularis ).

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Results with fungicides

See the charts below for the performance results of the adjuvant Nori with fungicides in the management of Asian rust in soy ( Phakopsora pachyrhizi ).

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Indicated Crops

* Nori can be used in any crop approved on its leaflet, when the recommended use of adjuvants is registered.

Citrus
Citrus
Coffee
Coffee
Corn
Corn
Soy
Soy
Sugar cane
Sugar cane

Active Ingredients

Vegetable oil

Know Nori

Nori is an adjuvant, which improves spreading over the surface of the leaf and expands the area of contact of the product with the target. It is the missing connection between efficiency and productivity. In applications with fungicides, insecticides and herbicides using the dosage 250 ml/ha or 0.25% v/v at 500 ml/ha or 0.5% v/v. Here are the key attributes and benefits of the product.

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Nori Mode of action

Nori is an adjuvant that provides better performance to herbicides, insecticides and fungicides due to the greater drop spread on the surface of the leaf, increasing the contact area with the desired target.

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Modo de ação do adjuvante Nori

State restriction: see product leaflet.

Attention!This product is dangerous to environment, human and animal health. Read attentively and follow the instructions contained on labels, leaflets and prescriptions. Always use individual protection equipment. Inform yourself and perform integrated management of pests, resistance to diseases and weed.Always consult an agronomic engineer. Sales under agronomic prescription.

Dispose of packaging and product residue correctly.