Enemy Grass Fast (English: Diquat) is a combination of desiccant and deciduous agent action of herbicides, usually in the form of the second bromine salt, namely, the rapid use of the two bromine grass as an active ingredient. The enemy grass is fast with many commodity names, including Aquacide, Dextrone, Preeglone, Deiquat, Detrone, Reglone, Reglon, Reglox, Ortho-diquat, weedtrine-d, Weedol 2 and Resolva used in combination with glyphosate. The enemy grass is a non-selective herbicide that is quickly applied to the parts of plants that come into contact with it. It is also used for crop drying before harvest (English: Crop desiccation). It can be combined with rainwater and organic matter in the soil, and will not decompose in the short term, but generally the enemy grass in farmland soil is too low to be active because of concentration. The enemy grass is of moderate toxicity and may be fatal if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed by the skin.