Asulox mixing rates

ASULOX MIXING RATES. By White Rabbit, July 7, 2009 in Gamekeeping and Shoot Management. Reply to this topic. Start new topic Use 4 to 5 pints of Asulox® per acre. Dilute Asulox® in 40-50 gallons of water per acre. Don't cut the rate. You risk poor weed control.. Q. When should I apply Asulox® ASULOX XP Herbicide can be applied to either plant cane or cane grown from stubble. Apply ASULOX XP as a water mix spray for ground applications. Use 15 to 100 gal-lons of water per acre, depending on local practice. For aerial application, ASULOX XP Herbicide should be mixed in 3 to 5 gallons of water per acre, except in Hawaii, where5 to 10 gallons of water per acre should be used MIXING Depending on application method (see below), ASULOX can be applied in a water based system with or without a Apply ASULOX at 5-10 L/ha depending on vegetation requirements. The higher rate (10 L/ha) will provide a longer period of bracken suppression and release. Bracken control for tree planting programmes in forestr Does anyone know how much asulox to mix with water to kill crabgrass in st augustine grass? I have a one gallon sprayer that I will be spot spraying with. Thanks. jr - posted 17 August 2005 13:10. 1.5 oz per gallon, and use no surfactant. jpavery - posted 17 August 2005 13:27. What is a surfactant

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of water mix spray or a crop oil concentrate containing 80 to 85% paraffin based petroleum oil and 15 to 20% non-ionic surfactant at the rate of 4 quarts per 100 gallons (1% V/V) of water mix spray. The rates of ASULOX Herbicide given below are for broadcast applications. For banded application, reduce the rate proportion Tank mix with a grass herbicide such as Surflan, etc., if using for fall preemergence treatment to improve annual bluegrass con-trol. May be used on most common turf-grasses. Do not use on putting greens. oxadiazon @ 2 to 4 lb/A; Summer annual grasses including goosegrass, annual bluegrass, and some small-seeded broadleaves

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Asulox has been granted an emergency authorisation for 2020 and can be applied at a rate of 5-11 L/Ha once per year between 1 st July 2020 - 14 th September 2020 Delivery quote not possible online, please contact our sales team to order on 01902 44025 A copy of the revised Product Label for the 2021 season, which will be issued with all containers of Asulox, is available to download. Dates for 2021. 10 Jun 21 . Storage, promotion, sales, and transfer authorised. 1 Jul 21. Application of Asulam can commence. 13 Sep 21 630 Freedom Business Center, Suite 402. King of Prussia, PA 19406. 610-491-280

For example: A 3-pound-per-acre rate requires 3 pounds of herbicide for each crop acre in a broadcast application, but only 1 pound is needed to apply the herbicide in 10-inch bands on 30-inch rows. To calculate the amount needed for band application, multiply the broadcast rate by the band width divided by the row width PENETRANT. Add the required amount of Asulox, top up with water and ensure thorough mixing before use. Situation Rate/Hectare Application Forestry and Farmland Aerial Application: 14 litres Asulox + 100ml PULSE® PENETRANT in 100-300 litres water. Ground Application: 11 litres Asulox + 100ml PULSE® PENETRANT in 100-1000 litres wate Asulox®, along with all pesticides within Europe, has been subject to the EU Plant Protection Products Directive 91 / 414 which meant that all pesticide products in Europe had to undergo a rigorous re-examination of all the supporting data. Asulox® failed to gain approval (after appeal) by 20th September 2011. Because of industry wide support.

reduced rate. Costing €32/ha at half rate, two applications of half rate, spring and autumn more practical. PastorPro Triclopyr + Fluroxypyr + Clopyralid 3.0-4.0 L (300-400 L water Pastor also contains clopyralid. It is recommended at 3L/ha for nettles and 4L/ha for Docks and thistles. Costs €88/ha at the 4L/ha rate for docks. Starane2. petroleum oil and 15 to 20% non-ionic surfactant at the rate of 4 quarts per 100 gallons (1% VN) of water mix spray. The rates of ASULOX® Herbicide given below are for broadcast applications. For banded application, reduce the rate proportionally to the width of the band according to the following formula: Band width (inches ASULOX® HERBICIDE EPA Reg. No. 70506-139 EPA SLN No. WA-080001 This label for Asulox Herbicide expires and must not be distributed or used in accordance A nonionic surfactant may be added to the tank mix at the rate of 2 pints per 100 gallons (0.25% v/v) to increase efficacy. Spray adjuvants containing fertilizer, such as urea ammonium.

application equipment or a mix tank and drain for 10 seconds after the flow begins to drip. Fill the container ¼ full with water and recap. Shake for 10 seconds. Pour rinsate into application equipment or a mix tank or store rinsate for later use or disposal. Drain for 10 seconds after the flow begins to drip. Repeat this procedure two more times SUDject: Asulox~ herbicide EPA Registration NO. 264-447 Applicatibn Dated August 6, 1997 and Letter Dated AugUSt 7, 1997, Re~Uest To Revise PHI Restrictions for use cn sugarcane on Label, In Compliance with '>'<jency's Letter iJateo July 22, 1997 Changee PHI USA To 140 days (~xcept Louisiana to 100 days an Asulox (24c label expires 1/31/20) asulam Group 18 Spot only: 1 gal 365 12 hrs 1 gal For bracken fern control in the prune year. Ferns should be in full frond. Use higher rates for perennial grasses. Tank mixing with certain post-emergence broadleaf herbicides may reduce grass control. Spot: 0.33 to 0.65 oz in 1 gal wate Cide-Kick II can be used with insecticides, fungicides, growth regulators and biostimulants at various rates as determined by label and field experience. CONDITIONS FOR SALE We warrant that this product conforms to the chemical description on the label and is reasonably fit for the purposes set forth o

Asulox is the most effective product for controlling bracken. Containing the active ingredient Asulam, this herbicide controls bracken by being translocated throughout the plant and down to the root. Previously called Brackn & Asulam Volume Discounts available on this product. Select from 'Choose an option' below to save. Available as a bundle with Impetus - Select from drop down below Carpet Wiper: Calibrate the wiper equipment by adjusting the flow rate and tractor speed to ensure the herbicide is delivered at the recommended rate. For 25 litre tank, the following rates can be used to deliver the recommended rate of Cheminova Asulam 400 per hectare. Cheminova Asulam 400 4.0 L Crop oil* 0.5

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Apply ASULOX at 11 L/ha in 400 - 500 L/ha of water as a MEDIUM or COARSE spray (BCPC category). Adjust boom height to give uniform coverage at the top of the bracken fronds. Mix 1 part ASULOX with 100 parts water (see Guide to Dilution Rates) and an adjuvant (0.1%). Avoid spraying to run-off. The knapsack lance should be fitted with a nozzle to. For aerial application, ASULOX® Herbicide should be mixed in 3 to 5 gallons of water per acre, except in Hawaii, where 5 to 10 gallons of water per acre should be used. Addition of an adjuvant cleared for use on growing crops to the ASULOX ® Herbicide water mix spray will improve weed control whe above the crop canopy, Asulox/Asulox XP/Asulam at 3 qt/A or Envoke at 0.2 oz/A plus Asulox/Asulox XP/Asulam at 2 qt/A plus nonionic surfactant at 1 to 2 qt/100 gal of water or crop oil concentrate at 4 qt/100 gal of water has controlled johnsongrass and reduced reinfestation the following spring. Asulox/Asulox XP/Asulam alone and wit Herbicide Weed Control in Windbreaks and Shelterbelts May2007 Page 3 of 3 Application rates often depend on the soil type, weeds to be controlled, and whether the shelterbelt is a new planting or is well established. Higher rates are often needed on soils high in organic matter

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Active Ingredient and Rate Formulated Product and Rate Weeds Controlled Remarks and Precautions PRE-EMERGENCE HERBICIDES: continued dimethenamid 1.0 to 1.5 lb/A Tower 6 EC @ 21 - 32 oz/A or 0.48 - 0.73 oz/1000 sq. ft. Pre-emergence on most annual grasses, certain broadleaf weeds, doveweed + yellow nutsedg Step 3. Mix a stronger concentration of MSMA herbicide when spraying mature weeds or in weather between 75 degrees and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Use 2 1/2 tbsp. or 1 1/4 fluid oz. of herbicide for each gallon of water. This will cover a 250-square-foot area. Advertisement

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Higher rates are suited for fields with a history of heavy infestation. Tank-mixing with metribuzin improves the efficacy. Does not have postemergence activity. S-metolachlor + atrazine + mesotrione. Lumax EZ. 2.75-3.75 qts. Preemergence. Apply prior to weed emergence on plant or ratoon cane. Apply the higher rate on muck (organic) soils On peas use a rate of 200 to 400 litres of water per hectare. Use a minimum rate of 225 l/ha in dense crops, or if weed growth is dense. Spray quality Apply as a MEDIUM quality spray (as defined by BCPC). A spray pressure of 2 -3 bar is recommended. Timing TROPOTOX should only be applied to peas when the crop is at the correct growth stage INCLUDING MIXING SITES NEAR WELLS OR STREAMS/LAKES (50 FEET) • REDUCED OR ELIMINATED USE RATES: FORESTRY LIMITED TO 4 LB AI PER YEAR • Initial focus for Tier 1 screening: - Pesticide active ingredients - High production volume chemicals with some pesticidal inert use

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  1. If tank-mixing different types of herbicide formulations and adjuvants, be sure to add them in the following order: Add, mix, and disperse dry herbicides (wettable powders, dry flowables, or water-dispersible granules). These formulations contain wetting and dispersing agents that aid in mixing. Add liquid flowables and mix thoroughly
  2. Asulox is used by mixing it with the appropriate amount of water then applying the diluted solution with a sprayer. Spray ONLY crabgrass to the point where leaves are wet but before runoff occurs and do NOT broadcast spray the entire St. Augustine lawn. The crabgrass will die only when Asulox is completely translocated throughout the crabgrass
  3. Mix and application rates can vary depending on the treatment area, but the typical application rate is 1 fluid ounce of product per 1,000 square feet, with enough water to ensure adequate coverage of targeted weed, usually between 1 and 5 gallons of water. Be sure to read the label for specific rates for your targeted area and weed
  4. Cutless ( fluprimidol ): growth suppression 85 F. Katana ( flazasulfuron ): apply at 1 to 1.5 oz/acre after seashore paspalum has resumed active growth in late spring. Applications will provide seedhead suppression and growth regulation. Tank-mix trinexapac -ethyl (1EC) from 6 to 11 oz/acre to enhance growth regulation
  5. imum 30 psi. Spot Treatment: Treat until wet but do not allow runoff. Caution: Do not use COC. Tank mixing with certain post-emergence broadleaf herbicides may reduce grass control
  6. CROP WEEDS CONTROLLED STATE RATE CRITICAL COMMENTS SUGARCANE Barnyard grass (Echinochloa crus-galli) Crab grass/Summer grass (Digitaria sanguinalis) Green Summer grass (Brachiaria miliiformis) Itch grass (Rottboellia cochinchinensis) Qld only SPOT SPRAYING: 1.1L per 100L of water. Add a non ionic wetting agent

Armezon was mixed at 24.5 or 49 g ai ha-1 with Asulox (1870 g ai ha-1), and was also applied alone at 24.5 g ai ha-1. The mixing of Armezon, regardless of Asulox rate, did not reduce nor improve rhizome johnsongrass control (70% control 56 days after treatment) as compared to the Asulox (3740 g ai ha-1) treatment alone LENTAGRAN WP is a contact herbicide with no residual activity. Application should be made when all weeds have emerged, provided that the crop is within the correct stage of growth and not under stress. Best results are obtained from a fine spray applied whilst the weeds are small and actively growing and before the crop forms a canopy of.

asulam (Asulox) Oregon and Washington only. Rate 0.62 to 1.25 lb ai/a (1.5 to 3 pints/a Asulox). Time Apply postemergence; works best if weeds are small. If applied once per season, use 1.5 pints/a on spinach with two to four leaves, or 3 pints/a on spinach with four to six true leaves Subsequent applications of nitrogen at monthly intervals at a rate of 1 pound per 1,000 square feet will promote rapid spread of St. Augustine grass plugs. Weeds can be controlled preemerge with atrazine or post emerge with asulam (Asulox) and hormone-type herbicides (2,4-D, MCPP, dicamba). Management • Flexible with tank mix combinations. One easy use rate • One easy rate to provide control of all major broadleaf weeds in cereals. • Low application rate = less packaging. Designed for maximum crop safety • No oils or solvents present in the formulation, drastically reducing risk of phytotoxicity

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  2. CRUCIAL. Advanced Technology Herbicide. A non-residual, non-selective herbicide for weed control prior to planting crops and pasture, prior to harvesting some crops and for general weed control in horticulture, agriculture, and forestry. Product Type: Advanced Technology Herbicide. Active Ingredient: 600g/L Glyphosate
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  4. Only asulam (Asulox) and glyphosate (many formulations) have label recommendations. Recommended doses for overall application are: Asulox 11 litres/ha (cost about £74/ha); Glyphosate 5 litres/ha (about £35/ha). Asulam can be sprayed in all densities of bracken since it has little permanent effect on underlying vegetation (other ferns excepted)
  5. Warm season grasses like Bermuda, Zoysia, St. Augustine, Centipede & Paspalum. 101 posts Previous; 1; 2; 3; 4; 5;
  6. Glyphosate resistance continues to impact growers across the Midwest. Without proper management, aggressively resistant weed species, such as waterhemp, Palmer amaranth and marestail, can quickly turn productive fields into a lost cause.. Increased resistance to glyphosate is part of a larger trend toward growing weed resistance to herbicides, including ALS inhibitors, triazines, PPO.

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MIXING VALOR 500 WG is a water dispersible granule formulation and is contained within a water soluble bag. The water soluble bags dissolve readily in water. DO NOT handle water soluble bags or expose to moisture because this may cause breakages. DO NOT touch bags with wet hands or place on wet surfaces. DO NOT damage foil Sachets that contai Bayer Crop Science is a leading provider of crop protection products and solutions to the agricultural and horticultural industries. We are committed to work with growers, seed companies, distributors and the wider agricultural industry to bring further innovative crop protection solutions to the New Zealand market Zaltus SX will stay in the soil profile and is not as prone to leaching as some other herbicides are. Pre-plant and pre-emerge applications provide 4-6 weeks of residual control and fallow or fall applications at higher rates can provide extended residual control Apply in 200 litres water/ha as an overall spray when maize is 15-30cm in height. Use the higher rate on larger weeds. On hybrids with a short relative maturity (100 days or less) use the lower rate and apply at the earlier growth stage. When applied early, when maize and weeds are small, position the spray boom height relative to the ground At a maximum rate of 4-8 ounces per acre. Mix Dismiss Turf Herbicide at a rate of 0.092-0.18 of an ounce per 1,000 square feet for broadleaf weed control in tolerant cool season turfgrass. At a maximum rate of 8-12 ounces per acre. New (7) from $87.77 & FREE Shipping

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  1. Inteon in the tank mix. Injury from early POST treatments had mostly dissipated by May 4, 2011 and ranged from 0 to 13% (Table 1). Authority Assist applied late POST injured alfalfa the greatest at 1 WAT, averaging 55% (Table 1). A ten-fold rate of Raptor was applied by mistake in two treatments and resulted i
  2. · Users should wear appropriate PPE when mixing and applying Grazon®Pro: face shield, gloves, coveralls and rubber boots · Apply at the rate stated on the label - for Grazon®Pro this is 60 ml in 10 L water · Apply chemical to a dry foliage area, avoid applications to disease or pest ridden targets as this will affect the efficacy of the.
  3. A selective herbicide for the control of many broadleaf weeds in established pastures, grass playing fields, lawns, and in cereals, grass seed and linseed crops. Product Type: Herbicide. Active Ingredient: 750g/L MCPA. Formulation: Soluble concentrate. Ideal for weed control in established pasture
  4. If you are dealing with more persistent Bermuda grass, mix 5 tbsp to one gallon of water. Depending on the dilution rate, you can use it on driveways, along fences as well as around flower beds, trees, fruit, and vegetable gardens. Compare-N-Save 75324 Herbicide, 1-gallon, white
  5. asulam (Asulox) Rate 1.24 to 1.5 lb ai/a (3 to 3.6 pints/a Asulox). Time Apply when weeds are less than 3 inches tall.. Remarks SLN WA-100008, ID-130002, and OR-140002. Apply as a postemergent application. Symptoms are slow to develop and several weeks are needed for control. Caution Do not disturb soil 7 days prior and 7 days after an application.. Site of action Group 18: inhibits DHP synthas

Asulox 1.7 lb ai 41 k 98 a 94 ab 96 a 89 c Asulox 2.5 lb ai 71 ghi 98 a 96 a 99 a 90 bc Means followed by the same letter are not significantly different at P=0.05 level. Table 3. Injury or control of five grass species following application of Asulox at two rates in greenhous Cavalier ®. Cavalier. For the selective weed control of broadleaf weeds and some grasses. Recommended tank-mix partner for all Wipe-Out products to improve knockdown and brownout

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Example: Find out how much phosphate and potash you are applying to the turf when you apply 3.8 pounds of the 26-5-10 fertilizer per 1000 square feet. Multiply the amount of fertilizer you are applying (3.8 pounds per 1000 square feet) by the percentage of phosphate in the bag (5%). Do the same for potash (10%) Asulam -Asulox 3.34L, Asulam 3.3L Atrazine -AAtrex, Atrazine Plus, Purge II, Aatrex 90, Atrazine 4L, Bonus S, St. Augustine Weedgrass Control + others Benefin -Balan 2.5G. 1.5EC, Crabgrass Preventer, + others Benefin + oryzalin -Surflan XL 2G, XL 2G Benefin + oxadiazon -Regalstar 1.5 With having to mix chemicals all the time, it was a pain. Hopefully this helps, at least a little, for those who struggle with it or helps someone looking for an easier way than what they are using. To start with you need to decide what dilution ratio you are needing and what you are going to be putting it into, like a 32oz bottle, 128oz gallon. Welcome to Boards.ie; here are some tips and tricks to help you get started. Boards.ie is a discussion board with a wide range of forums, including - but not limited to - Soccer, Soccer ASULOX Herbicide water mix spray will improve weed control when environmental conditions are not optimal Use either a non-ionic surfactant containing a minimum of 80% active ingre-dient at the rate of 1 to 2 quarts per 100 gallons (0.25 to 0.5% V/V) of water mix spray or a

Online magazine for groundsmen and greenkeepers, with articles, job listings, used machinery, interactive message board and weather services IlloxanR, Asulox R, and Image . Use at the rate of: 1 - 2 pints per 100 gallons of spray (1 teaspoonful per gallon). For Round-upR, use: 2 quarts per 100 gallons of spray (1 Tablespoonful per gallon). For MSMA herbicides, use: 1 - 2 quarts per 100 gallons of spray (1 Tablespoonful per gallon) Bermuda grass is an aggressive warm season turfgrass and fodder. It can become invasive and infest other turfgrasses, most notably zoysia grass and tall fescue. The usual herbicides may be toxic to the wanted species, so managing Bermuda grass when it invades the lawn takes some special steps Product Overview. Works quickly - even faster in warmer temperatures. Revolver® herbicide controls many tough-to-control grassy weeds such as Poa annua, goosegrass, clumpy ryegrass and tall fescue. It's readily absorbed by foliage, where it stops production of key amino acids. Cell division and growth stop within hours rates in low water volumes • Allows for lower water rates meaning a spray tank will cover a bigger area. This leads to less down time filling and mixing and reduced spraying costs • No penetration activity means excellent plant safety • Seeing is believing. Ask your local Nufarm TM for a demonstration

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RATE/HA CRITICAL COMMENTS Sugar Cane Weeds as above plus Up to 300 mm high 1.0 to 1.5 L PLUS diuron at recommende d rate Apply as a tank mix, only as a directed spray. Refer to the diuron label for additional directions for use. *This mixture will provide 3 to 4 weeks suppression of nutgrass only. For satisfactory suppression 2 applications ar Zoysia and 2,4-D. There is a week to ten day period when zoysia grass is just beginning to break dormancy that 2,4-D weed killer can harm it. After that period, 2,4-D can be used again. Read the label carefully. Although I practice spot spraying using liquid herbicides, I would think the granular weed and feed products would merit the same concern 5 (underlowwindconditions)indicatesaninversion,whilesmokethatmovesupwardsandrapidlydissipatesindicatesgoodverticalair mixing. SensitiveAreas. Chemical Control of Unwanted Vegetation. Woody plants often interfere with the productivity and utility of both agricultural and non-crop lands. Woody vegetation may reduce forage production in pastures, limit water movement in ditches, limit visibility along rights-of-ways, and interfere with people's activities in others ways KENSO AGCARE TRAKTION 400 WG HERBICIDE. PENTAGON 400 WG HERBICIDE. TITAN TRALKOXYDIM 400 WG HERBICIDE. Affinity+MCPA. Carfentrazone 36g/kg + MCPA 450g/kg. Description. Information Only. Agtryne MA. MCPA 160g/L + terbutryn 275g/L

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Unfortunately, Asulox (the good post-emergent herbicides for Crabgrass) was re-labeled in 1999 and residential turf was excluded from the label. Because of this, there is nothing we can use to kill existing Crabgrass. There are a few herbicides that claim to work on Crabgrass, but none of them are effective enough to warrant their cost Size. 32 oz. Ready to Spray. 32 oz. Ready to Spray. IMAGE Southern Lawn Weed Killer for St. Augustinegrass and Centipedegrass Ready-to-Spray contains multiple active ingredients to provide excellent broadleaf weed control in established warm-season and cool-season grasses. Weeds controlled include dandelion, chickweed, clover, dollar weed and. Reduced-risk is an EPA designated registration status that accelerates the process for registration of certain new plant protection products. Tenacity received reduced-risk status by the EPA based on its unique mode of action, low use rates, and favorable toxicity and human health profiles, as compared to other herbicides currently on the market Basagran at the rate of 0.75 litres/ha. This recommendation is based on field trials conducted in Takaka by Lincoln University (Butcher et al. 1993). Bentazone is also available in New Zealand in mixture with MCPB in the product Pulsar (Table 1) but this product does not have a label claim for giant buttercup

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WEEDS CONTROLLED WEED GROWTH STAGE STATE RATE mL/ 100L water CRITICAL COMMENTS Mimosa pigra Actively growing plants NT, WA only 1.5L Aerial application: Add Uptake Spraying Oil at the rate of 1L/100L spray mix. Apply to actively growing plants from mid to late summer. Contact the Department of Primar Sedges and forbs were unaffected by the herbicide treatment and greatly increased in vigor and cover. Overall, the best results in this study were: 1) treated in the late fall with 2% glyphosate, when the reed canary grass was still slightly green but almost all the other vegetation was dormant, and/or 2) treated with 1.5% clethodim in the fall. Mix pesticides in areas where spills may be safely contained. Do not mix, apply, or dispose of chemicals within 100 feet of your well. Consider closed systems for loading and mixing. Triple-rinse containers, pour rinsate into tank, and spray excess on turf area. Do not exceed label rates. Calibrate your spreader or sprayer

The broad-leaved dock leaf is usually wider near the base than near the tip, whereas clustered dock has less of a change in width from one end of the leaf to the other. Fiddle dock gets its name from being shaped like a fiddle or violin, so is easier to differentiate from broad-leaved dock. As with many weeds, the leaves that grow from the base. Douse the fern with saltwater as a quick herbicide. Table salt or rock salt equally works as a herbicide, especially when dissolved in water. If you want to kill the plant's root system within several days, saltwater is a natural, highly effective option. If you want to create salt water, mix the solution in a ratio of 1 part salt for every 8 parts water. Depending on the plant's size, mix 1. The seriousness of dermal exposure depends upon (1) the dermal toxicity of the pesticide, (2) rate of absorption through the skin, (3) the size of the skin area contaminated, (4) the length of time the material is in contact with the skin, and (5) the amount of pesticide on the skin St. Augustine grass is very sensitive to products containing 2, 4-D and MSMA. These types of herbicides can damage turfgrass, so be sure to read the product label thoroughly on what it contains as well as mixing and application instructions. Don't apply any type of herbicide if the grass is stressed from lack of water

Rate of Use EQUIPMENT AREA PRODUCT REQUIRED WATER VOLUME Vehicle mounted sprayer 1 ha 4.5 L 200 - 400 L Knapsack 100 m2 45 ml 2.0 - 4.0 L Application Timing Apply PISTOL ® post-emergence of weeds at any time from March until the end of September, provided that the weeds are actively growing and have not begun the process of natural die-back The Most Effective Ways of Getting Rid of Bermuda Grass. Bermuda grass (Cynodon dactylon) originally hails from Africa, but grows in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 10 Surflan a.S. Pre-emergent herbicide> controls Weed seeds established warm season turf: bahiagrass, buffalograss,bermudagrass, St. Augustine, Centipede, zoysia use over both turf & ornamentals water in immediately or waitup to21 days lastsup to 4 months at only 1.5 ozper 1, 000 sq.'.contains: 40.4% oryzalin (4 lb. Surflanper gallon).use on: landscape ornamentals,non-cropland, non-bearing trees. Emergency. Mixing and spraying. Half fill the sprayer with water, shake container, add AMISTAR then top up the tank whilst maintaining agitation. Apply using a medium quality spray. A spray pressure of at least 2 bar is preferred. Water volume. Refer to label. Rainfastness. 2 hours Facet L herbicide is the liquid formulation of Facet herbicide. Its improved efficacy provides rice growers with more consistent control of annual grasses and broadleaf weeds, such as Barnyardgrass and Large Crabgrass. Facet L herbicide offers increased handling convenience, a flexible application window, and provides rice growers with a.

For spot applications you can use 4 to 6fl oz in 3 gallons of water. Spray it thoroughly by wetting the foliage. The rate and types of application can vary depending on the type of weed or brush you are encountering. You can see the product labels for more specifications on mixing and diluting Differential Response of Fall Panicum (Panicum dichotomiflorum) Populations in Florida Sugarcane to Asulam - Volume 32 Issue Tree Guards & Shrub Protection to help protect newly planted whips, promote early growth and increase survival rates. Tree Supports & Ties. A wide range of tree stakes and bamboo canes available in different sizes and quantities. Tree & Plant Irrigation. Irrigation systems for newly planted trees, rootballs, planters and borders Atrazine's effectiveness and safety is well documented throughout the United States and around the world, with nearly 7,000 scientific studies conducted on the product Product Package Glyphosate 97% Tech 840kg/bag, 600kg/bag, or 25kg/bag 16.8MT/1 x20 GP or 18MT/ x20 GP. Glyphosate 75.7 % WDG 5kg/bag, 1ka/bag, 500g/bag, 100g/bag or customer s choice Glyphoste 62% IPA Salt 250kg/PE drum or customer s choice Glyphosate..

Asulox XP Herbicide, Directions for Use (Specimen Label), Dec. 2006 (4 pages). can have a disadvantage in that it has a high application rate in which it is applied to the areas to be treated. fertilizers and/or growth regulators, may also be prepared, for example in the form of a readymix or a tank mix Actril DS ® Actril POISON KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING Actril® DS SELECTIVE HERBICIDE Active Constituents: 577 g/L 2,4-D present as the ethyl hexyl ester 100 g/L IOXYNIL present as the octanoate GROUP C I HERBICIDE For the control of broadleaf weeds, vines and grasses in sugarcane, as specified in the DIRECTIONS FOR USE table This is a PHENOXY. 1. Time to scout for gray leaf spot Gray leaf spot is a fungus disease that affects St. Augustinegrass, perennial ryegrass and tall fescue in Georgia. Hot humid summer weather and high nitrogen levels can make turf susceptible to this disease. The fungus causing the disease is Pyricularia oryzae (Magnaporthe..

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