One Product for Many Uses.
|The first liquid premix with full terrestrial and aquatic uses. Offers outstanding control of invasive and noxious weeds and brush.|
|KEY PERFORMANCE BENEFITS|
- Liquid premix with full terrestrial and aquatic use
- Broad-spectrum control of broadleaf weeds, trees and brush
- Control of emergent, floating and submerged aquatic weeds
- Peace-of-mind during selective weeding applications that are interspersed with aquatic and wetland areas
- Selectivity for grasses, allowing excellent recolonization
|Ornamental turf, golf courses, and sod farms: |
Apply 1 to 2 quarts of this product in enough water to make 20 to 200 gallons total spray per acre to control broadleaf weeds growing in perennial bluegrass, tall fescue, or perennial ryegrass. DO NOT use on other grass species, such as bentgrass or St. Augustinegrass, unless injury can be tolerated. Apply from early spring through fall when weeds are actively growing. Broadleaf weed species germinate at different times. Only emerged weeds present at time of application are controlled. Additional applications should be made four weeks apart to minimize grass injury. Newly seeded turf should be mowed two or three times before being treated. DO NOT water for 24 hours after application DO NOT reseed for 3 weeks after application.
|PRECAUTIONS AND RESTRICTIONS|
|Do not apply more than 2 treatments per season or reapply within 30 days.|
Use 2 or more gallons of spray solution per acre.
Do not apply more than 92 oz/acre (2.0 lb of 2,4-D acid equivalent) per application or more than 184 oz/acre (4.0 lb of 2,4-D acid equivalent) per use season.
Do not use on small canals with a flow rate less than 10 cubic feet per second (CF) where water will be used for drinking purposes. CFS may be estimated by using the formula below. The approximate velocity needed for the calculation can be determined by observing the length of time that it takes a floating object to travel a defined distance. Divide the distance (ft.) by the time (sec.) to estimate velocity (ft. per sec.). Repeat 3 times and use the average to calculate CFS. Average Width (ft.) x Average Depth (ft.) x Average Velocity (ft. per sec.) = CFS
For ditchbank weeds, do not spray cross-stream to opposite bank. Do not allow boom spray to be directed onto water.
For shoreline weeds, boom spraying onto water surface must be held to a minimum and allow no more than 2 foot overspray onto water with an average of less than 1 foot overspray to prevent introduction of greater than negligible amounts of chemical into the water
|See label for complete application rates and recommendations.|