Emulsifiable concentrate with Prometon
A non-selective, total kill herbicide designed for use where control of all vegetation is desired. Since most of the activity is done through the roots, it is emulsifiable and requires adequate rainfall to move the herbicide into the root zone. It is only recommended for non-cropland areas away from residential/recreational areas, outside of the dripline of trees and away from the roots of desired plants, brush, foliage and trees.
Non-Selective Herbicide With Residual control:
Features and Benefits
Quickly and effectively eliminates all vegetation
Under normal conditions, a single application stops weed from coming back for one growing season
Ideal for use on non-cropland area
The degree of control and duration depends on the amount of herbicide applied, soil type rainfall and other conditions
Appearance Reddish-brown liquid
Fragrance Fuel oil
Flash point 123 º F
Directions Complete directions on product label
Typical Application: Mix 1 gallon with 10 gallons of water and apply over 1000 sq ft. Thoroughly wet foliage to insure contact. For best results, apply during or after weed emergence while growth is succulent. Where vegetation is tall and dense,
use 1gallon with 10 gallons of water per 1000 sq ft.
Hard to control weeds: For hard to control perennials and grasses such as johnsongrass, bindweed and wild carrot, use 3-4 gallons mixed with 10 gallons water per 1000 sq ft.
Authorizations: EPA registered product.
Prometon 2,4-bis(isopropylamino)- 6-methoxy – trazine 3.73%
Inert Ingredients .... 96.27%
Caution: Harmful if swallowed. May causes skin irritation. Do not get in eyes, on skin or clothing. Avoid inhalation of spray mist. Keep out of the reach of children.
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4 x 1 gallon/case
6 x 1 gallon/case
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