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Last Call™ - Nufarm US


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Post-Emergent Control of Grassy and Broadleaf Weeds.



Introducing Last Call™, a Nufarm exclusive, premium selective herbicide for cool-season turf weed management. This proprietary formulation of fenoxaprop, fluroxypyr and dicamba provides strong control of crabgrass, particularly in the mid-tiller stage of growth that quinclorac-based herbicides struggle with. Last Call also controls a number of broadleaf weeds including dandelion, clover and lespedeza, and it can also be used for the removal of bermudagrass from cool-season turf. Last Call can be applied to all managed turf areas including golf fairways and rough, residential and commercial lawns, sport fields and similar areas.


NEW WEED CONTROL TOOL FOR TURF
  • Premium, selective post-emergent herbicide
  • Effectively controls crabgrass, including mid-tiller stage of growth, dandelion, clover, lespedeza and many more weeds
  • Use to remove bermudagrass from cool-season turf
  • Labeled for use on most managed turf areas including residential and commercial turf, golf fairways and rough and sports turf
  • A Nufarm exclusive: proprietary formulation for the US turf market

APPLICATION RECOMMENDATIONS
Last Call™ is a systemic herbicide which controls emerged grasses and broadleaf weeds at time of spraying. Young, actively growing grass weeds are more easily controlled than larger grass weeds. Use 44 to 88 gallons of finished spray solution per acre for thorough coverage. For application rates, refer to the Application Rate chart below. Avoid applications to turfgrass under stress due to lack of moisture, chemical injury or temperature extremes. For adequate control, treat annual grass weeds between the 1 leaf to 4 tiller stage of growth.

BROADCAST TURF APPLICATION RATES
TURFGRASS
PINTS
PER ACRE

FL OZ PER
1000 SQ FT

Kentucky bluegrass,
perennial ryegrass,
fine fescue,
tall fescue,
zoysiagrass

3.5 to 4.0
1.3 to 1.5

Bermudagrass spray program:
To control bermudagrass, up to 4 applications spaced one month apart may be required. Make the first application in the fall. If necessary, repeat application in the spring when the bermudagrass begins to green up.

Do not make more than 4 applications per year at the 3.5 pts/A application rate.

Do not make more than 3 applications per year at the 4 pts/A application rate.

Do not apply more than 240 fl oz (15 pts)/A or 5.5 fl oz/1,000 sq ft per year.

A fall application to green bermudagrass prior to dormancy will prevent or delay reinfestation the following spring.


PRECAUTIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
Avoid drift of spray mist to vegetables, flowers, ornamental plants, shrubs, trees and other desirable plants. Do not pour spray solutions near desirable plants.

For use on Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, fine fescue, tall fescue and zoysiagrass turf.

Do not apply to the following, as severe injury will result:
• Bermudagrass, bentgrass, St. Augustine (including floratam),
centipedegrass or bahiagrass
• Gardens including vegetables, fruit trees, vines and berries
• Ornamental plants (flowers, trees, groundcovers, landscape beds and shrubs)

Do not apply more than 64 fl oz (4 pts)/A or 1.5 fl oz/1,000 sq ft of this product to Kentucky bluegrass, zoysiagrass, tall fescue, fine fescue or perennial ryegrass per application.

Do not apply more than 240 fl oz (15 pts)/A or 5.5 fl oz/1,000 sq ft per year.

Do not use this product on golf course putting greens or tees.


See label for complete application rates and recommendations.
EPA REG. NO.
228-719

ACTIVE INGR.
fenoxaprop (2.7%),
fluroxypyr (3.89%),
dicamba (2.7%)


FORMULATION
emulsifiable concentrate

CHEM. FAMILY
aryloxyphenoxy propionate,
pyridine,
benzoic acid


GROUP NUMBER
1 and 4

SIGNAL WORD
caution

RESTRICTED
no*

PACKAGE SIZE
2 x 2.5 gal,
30 gal



* Not for sale in counties of Nassau and Suffolk, NY

KEY USES
Athletic fields
Golf course fairways and rough
Residential and commercial lawns


KEY WEEDS CONTROLLED
(See product label for complete list)

GRASS WEEDS:


Barnyardgrass
Bermudagrass, common
Crabgrass; large, smooth
Foxtail species
Goosegrass, silver crabgrass
Japanese stiltgrass
Johnsongrass (seedling)
Panicum species
Sandbur
Sprangletop


BROADLEAF WEEDS:


Bedstraw
Burclover
Buttercup
Carpetweed
Carrot, wild
Chickweed
Cudweed
Curly dock
Dandelion
Dogfennel
English daisy
Florida pusley
Garlic, wild
Geranium, Carolina
Henbit
Hop clover
Knotweed
Lambsquarters
Lespedeza
Mustards
Onion, wild
Oxalis
Parsley piert
Pennywort
Purslane, common
Ragweed
Sorrel, red (sheep)
Sweetclover
Thistle
Vetch, common
Yarrow