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Weed Control


Almix® is a pre and post emergent modern herbicide for weed management in rice. It controls the weeds that stifle the growth of the rice crop for a longer period.

Benefits and Features

Key Benefit


Rice herbicide which works through both contact and residual soil activity and manges weeds excellantly


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It works through both contact and residual soil activity, hence provides weed management in rice for a longer period.
It is also not prone to volatilization and does not harm adjacent crops like mustard, vegetable, fruit crops, cotton, castor, etc. unless it’s directly sprayed on them.
Is easy to apply and safe to handle. It is a systemic compound with foliar and soil activity, and it works rapidly after it is taken up by the plant
It controls a wide range of broad leaf weeds and sedges, which are present in rice field.



Rice, Dry-seeded (Oryza sativa)

Rice (Oryza sativa)

Controlled weeds

Almix controls key weeds of transplanted and direct sown rice. Please check the label for entire list of weeds.

Rice transplanted (pre emergence)- 20 gm per hectare in 500 litres of water
Rice (post emergence)- 20 gm per hectare in 300 litres of water
Rice direct sown (puddled condition)- 20 gm per hectare in 300 litres of water 

  • Alligatorweed (Alternanthera philoxeroides)
  • Bergia capensis
  • Cynotis axillaris
  • Daisy, American (Eclipta Alba)
  • Fimbristylis miliaceae
  • Flatsedge, Rice, or Umbrellaplant, Annual (Cyperus iria)
  • Gooseweed (Sphenoclea zeylanica)
  • Marsilea quadrifoliata
  • Primrose (Unspecified)
  • Sagitaria sagitifolia
  • Sedge, Smallflower Umbrella (Cyperus difformis)
  • Spiderwort, Tropical (Commelina benghalensis)

Refer to the Product Label for complete product efficacy information.

Technical Specifications

  • Mode of Action

    Branched chain amino acid synthesis (ASL or AHAS) inhibitor. Acts by inhibiting biosynthesis of the essential amino acids valine and isoleucine, hence stopping cell division and plant growth in shoot and roots.

Always read and follow label directions.