Three-Way Amine To Knock Out Tough Broadleaf Weeds
|Triamine is a liquid three-way amine formulation that controls a wide range of broadleaf weeds, including dandelions, chickweeds, plantains, oxalis and spurge. With the Optical Advantage®, Triamine is formulated to use a purified form of MCPP, known as the optical isomer. An improved manufacturing process selectively produces the portion of MCPP that is active as a herbicide, and minimizes the inactive MCPP. Therefore, the customer receives a final product with virtually the same amount of working MCPP, and a reduced total load in the environment.|
|KEY PERFORMANCE BENEFITS|
- Dicamba-free formulation: reduced volatility, less risk of injury to ornamentals, use under tree canopy without risk of injury to shallow-rooted species
- Approved for use on warm- and cool-season turfgrasses
- Proven performance on difficult-to-control weeds
- Effective, yet economical, weed control
- The Optical Advantge®
- MCPP-p is environmentally responsible
|ORNAMENTAL TURF |
Cool-Season Grasses: Such as bluegrass, fescue, and rye: Apply this product at a rate of 3 to 4 pints per acre in sufficient water for good coverage, 40 to 80 gallons of water per acre (1 to 2 gallons of water per 1,000 square feet is normal). For small lawns, apply 5 to 7 teaspoons in 1 gallon of water per 1,000 square feet.
Warm-Season Grasses: Such as St. Augustine, bahia, common Bermuda, centipede and zoysia grasses: Apply this product at a maximum rate of 2 to 3 pints in up to 150 gallons of water per acre (2/3 to 1-1/3 fluid ounce in 3 gallons of water per 1,000 square feet). Do not spray St. Augustine, common Bermuda or centipede grasses if stressed from heat, drought, etc. Slight turf yellowing should disappear after about 1 week. Exercise care when applying during growth stages from dormancy to green-up and from green-up to dormancy. Note: Some hybrid Bermuda grasses may be sensitive to this product. Contact your local extension service weed control specialist.
Bentgrass Turf: On closely mowed bentgrass, other than golf course greens and tees, apply this product at a maximum rate of 2/3 ounce in 3 gallons water per 1,000 square feet (1-3/4 pints per acre) in May or mid-August through September when weeds are actively growing. Exercise care when applying to avoid overdosing bentgrass or turf injury may result. Slight turf yellowing should disappear after about 1 week.
For control of broadleaf weeds: Limited to 2 applications per year. Mix at a rate of 1/3 to 1 gallons of this product per 50 to 300 gallons of water. This mixture will cover 43,500 square feet. Thoroughly saturate all weeds with spray mixture. Apply anytime between the time when plants come into full leaf (spring) to when the plants begin to go dormant. Best results are obtained when weeds are young and actively growing. Do not cut weeds until herbicide has translocated throughout the plant causing root death. For small broadleaf weeds, use the lower rate. Heavy, dense stands require the higher rate with high water volume.
For control of woody plants: Apply to both stems and foliage anytime from the time foliage is completely matured until the time plants start to go dormant. All leaves, stems and suckers must be completely wet to the ground line for effective control. Regrowth may be anticipated on the more resistant species. Add 9 pints of this product to 100 gallons of water per 43,560 sq. ft. depending upon the height and thickness of the brush.
|PRECAUTIONS AND RESTRICTIONS|
For broadcast treatments, do NOT apply more than 9 pints of product per acre per application. DO NOT apply more than 18 pints of product per acre per season, excluding spot treatments. DO NOT make more than 2 applications per year with a minimum of 30 days between applications.
The maximum application rate for spot treatment is 1.2 lbs ae MCPP-p per acre per application. For spot treatments do not apply more than 15 pints of product per acre per application. DO NOT make more than 2 applications per year with a minimum of 30 days between applications. Broadcast application is prohibited at this rate. A spot treatment is defined as a treatment area not greater than 1,000 square feet per acre.
For post-emergence non-cropland annual and perennial weeds, DO NOT apply more than 9 pints product per acre per application. DO NOT make more than 2 broadcast applications per year with a minimum of 30 days between applications.
For post-emergence non-cropland woody plants, DO NOT apply more than 9 pints product per acre. DO NOT make more than 1 broadcast application per year. Spot treatment may be made if regrowth occurs. DO NOT apply more than 15 pints of product per spot treatment application. DO NOT make more than 2 spot treatments per year with a minimum of 30 days between.
Applications to non-cropland areas are not applicable to treatment of commercial timber or other plants being grown for sale or other commercial use, or for commercial seed production, or for research purposes.
|See label for complete application rates and recommendations.|