Weedar 64 (1 gal.)

$35.00

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Description

WEEDAR 64 contains 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D), one of the most widely used herbicides in the world today. 2,4-D stimulates different responses within a plant depending on a lower or higher level of concentration, much like a natural plant growth regulator. At low rates, 2,4-D acts as a plant growth regulator. At higher rates, it acts as a herbicide. 2,4-D, commonly referred to as a hormone herbicide, reacts with the plant’s natural metabolism, causing distorting and twisting effects within the plant. In essence, the plant grows itself to death. The 2,4-D Amine weed killer to control susceptible broadleaf weeds in cereal grains, corn, sorghum, rice, sugarcane, soybeans (preplant only), turf, non-crop areas, and certain aquatic applications.

ACTION: This product causes distorting and twisting effects within the plant. In essence, the plant grows itself to death.

Contains: 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, dimethylamine salt 46.8%

BENEFITS:
• Selective control of many weeds and grasses
• Superior performance
• Acts as a growth regulator and herbicide
• Controls broadleaf weeds
• Up to 10 Acre+ coverage

CONTROLS:
Beggarticks, bullthistle, coffeeweed, common cocklebur, common burdock, common evening primrose, common lambsquarters, hairy galinsoga, jimsonweed, knotweed, mallow, marshelder, morningglory, musk thistle, mustards, blue mustard, pepperweeds, pigweeds, prickly lettuce, ragweed, rough fleabane, russian thistle, sago Pondweed, salsify, smartweeds, sowthistles, sunflower, vervains, vetches, wild carrot, wild lettuce, wild parsnips, bindweed, blue lettuce, canada thistle, catnip, chicory, dandelion, docks, dogbanes, goldenrod, ground Ivy, healall, hoary cress, ironweed, jerusalem artichoke, many flowered aster, nettles, orange hawkweed, plantains, sowthistle, vervains, wild garlic, wild onion, and more.

Additional information

Weight 3 kg

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