Description

Features

  • Combination of two selective weedkillers, which allows a broad spectrum of weeds to be controlled
  • Economical – 500mL treats more than 330m2 of lawn
  • Child resistant cap
  • Easy to use measure bottle

Controls bindii, clover and other broadleaf weeds such as dandelions in many types of lawns.

Specifications

Size

  • 500ml

Ingredient

  • 150g/L MCPA

  • 25g/L Dicamba

How to use

Directions for use

Watering can: Mix 15ml in 5L of water and apply over 10 square metres.

Use a watering can with sprinkle bar attachment and/or a coarse garden sprayer.

Pressure sprayer: Mix 75ml in 5L of water and apply over 50 square metres.

Do not mow for 7 days before or after application.

Apply when weeds are actively growing and rain is not expected.

DO NOT apply to buffalo lawns, new lawns less than 3 months old, lippia, dichondra, Strawberry clover, and other non-grass lawns and Durban grass lawns.

Effectiveness

Poor results could be due to:

i) Applying when weeds are not growing actively;

ii) Watering or rainfall within 12 hours after application.

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR IN ANY MANNER, CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED

Precautions

  • DO NOT apply to lawn if soil is dry, conditions are very hot (greater than 30°C) or if lawn is suffering any other sort of stress (e.g. fertiliser burn)
  • DO NOT apply if rain is expected within 24hrs
  • DO NOT spray on windy days, avoid spray drift onto wanted plants
  • DO NOT apply to foliage or near roots of trees, shrubs or plants
  • DO NOT apply to new lawns less than 3 months old or clover lawns
  • Keep pets away until lawn has dried
  • DO NOT use more than recommended rate or long term damage could result
  • DO NOT use on buffalo lawns
  • Lawn area must be measured first to ensure correct amount of product is applied.

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