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Immediate elimination of weeds, good for aquatic usage.
|This product is a versatile, non-selective herbicide used to kill terrestrial and aquatic weeds in non-crop areas, as well as ponds, lakes, and drainage ditches. It offers no residual action, is water-dilutable, and is only effective when absorbed by foliage. It becomes inactive upon contact with soil. NOT OFFERED FOR SALE OR USE IN NEW YORK STATE.|
Aquatic and Terrestrial Weed Control:
- Pumping stations
- Dividers and medians
- Manufacturing plants
- Commerical buildings
- Drainage ditches*
*Aquatic use where there is little or no utflow of water and which are totally under the control of the product's user.
- Broad leaf weeds
- Aquatic weeds
- Annual and perennial weeds
- Cattails and duckweed
Features and Benefits:
- Non-selective and you can replant 5-7 days after application. Effects are visible in only a few days.
- It's ideal for eliminating specific weeds that are close to desired flowers, shrubs, brushes, and trees.
- Kills most forms of plant growth without damage to the soil.
- Deactivates upon contact with the soil.
- When used properly, this product will not harm fish,
Appearance: Yellow liquid
Specific gravity: 1.01
pH: 4.0 - 6.0
Stability: 1 year
Protect from: Freezing temperatures.
Dilute 2 1/2 to 5 gallons plus 8-16 oz. of a nonionic surfactant per 100 gallons of water..
Do not apply directly to water or to areas where surface water is present or to intertidal areas below the mean water mark. Do not contaminate water by cleaning of equipment or disposal of wastes or washwater. Do not use treated water for animal consumption, spraying, or irrigation within 14 days after treatment.
Use 7-48 gallons per acre per foot of depth. Dilute in 150 to 200 gallons of water plus 1 pint of nonionic surfactant.
Do not apply directly to water except as specified on the product label. Treatment of dense weed areas can result in oxygen loss from decomposition of dead weeds. This loss can cause fish suffocation. Therefore, treat only 1/3 to 1/2 of the dense weed areas at a time and wait 14 days between treatments. Consult your state Fish and Game agencies before applying this product to public waters. Local conditions may affect the use of this product. Consult Agricultural Extension Service for specific recommendations on dosage and time of application and for control of other weeds. Check with state and local authorities for necessary application permits.
Cattail and Duckweed:
Use 20-48 gallons per acre. Dilute in 30-150 gallons of water. Cover all plants on water and on damp marginal areas.