What’s The Difference Between Grazon And Grazon Extra?

What is the difference between Grazon and Grazon extra?

Grazon Extra includes the active ingredients Picloram and Triclopyr used in Grazon DS, plus the new ingredient Aminopyralid. ' 'Extra' Tough on Noxious Weeds & Woody Weeds.

What is Grazon extra used for?

Grazon Extra is primarily used for brushweed control plus difficult to control broadleaf weeds in fallow situations in northern Australia. In Southern Australia it is the standard for volunteer lucerne removal prior to cereal cropping.

Is Grazon extra safe?

Grazon Extra – safety

Grazon Extra is classed as a Poison and must be kept out of the reach of children. The product can irritate the eyes and skin, particularly in the concentrated form, so take care when measuring it out and adding it to the spray tank.

Who makes Grazon extra?

Dow AgroScience Grazon Extra 20L.

Does Grazon need surfactant?

Answer: Per the product label for GrazonNext HL Herbicide: Addition of Surfactants or Adjuvants on All Labled Use Sites: The addition of a high quality non-ionic surfactant (of at least 80% active ingredient) at 0.25 to 0.5 % volume per volume (1 to 2 quarts per 100 gallons of spray) is recommended.

When should I spray Grazon?

GrazonNext HL Herbicide is best applied when rain is not expected within 24 hours after application. As long as the weeds being controlled are not drenched/dripping water prior to application it can be applied after rain within a few hours.

How soon can you plant after using Grazon?

To allow maximum translocation of Grazon Pro to the roots do not cut grass for 28 days after application. It is good agricultural practice to keep pets out of treated areas until the spray has dried (approximately 2 hours).

How much is Grazon extra?

Buying Options

Name Price
Grazon Extra 1L $86.99 In stock
Grazon Extra 5L $279.99 In stock
Grazon Extra 20L (OUT OF STOCK ) $799.99 Sold Out

Will Grazon hurt trees?

CAUTION: GrazonNext HL can cause injury or death to desirable vegetation. Users are advised not to apply GrazonNext HL over the top of desirable trees or in the root zone of susceptible species where injury cannot be tolerated, especially at the 4.2 pint spot treatment rate.

How long before rain can you spray Grazon?

GrazonNext HL Herbicide is best applied when rain is not expected within 24 hours after application. As long as the weeds being controlled are not drenched/dripping water prior to application it can be applied after rain within a few hours.

How many gallons per Acre is Grazon?

Do not use more than 1 gallon of Grazon P+D (0.54 lb of picloram) per acre. To minimize spray drift, use lowest possible pressure and coarse spray to achieve good coverage. Keep sprays no higher than brush tops.

Will 2,4-D hurt cattle?

2,4-D is an herbicide of small toxicological consequences for cattle kept under in natural grazing systems.

Will 2,4-D hurt horses?

Yes, Hi-Yield 2, 4-D Selective Weed Killer is safe for use in pastures where horses are. Be sure to remove them out of the area while you are doing your treatment. Once the product has dried, it is safe the the horses to return to the area. The grazing time frame is 30 days.

How long does it take for Grazon Pro to work?

How long does it take for Grazon to kill weeds? It needs to be a slow kill to be absorbed into the root. It should take 7-10 days for the top to get brown and dry. Any faster and you will still have a live root.

How do you mix Grazon extra?

Add BS-1000 or an alternative (see COMPATIBILITY section) at 100 mL/100 L of water for best results. Over 1.5 m tall or autumn treatment 350 mL Add BS-1000 or an alternative (see COMPATIBILITY section) at 100 mL/100 L of water for best results.

How long is Grazon residual?

There is some residual control with the use of Grazon P+D. The residual effect will depend on temperature, soil type, moisture and plant sensitivity. This product will kill all pasture legumes and reseeding will not be possible within one year of application.

Is Grazon 90 the same as Grazon pro?

Grazon Pro (Formerly known as Grazon 90; PCS No 05182) is selective weed killer that is ideal for the control of all major grassland weeds. Grazon Pro is highly cost effective with an average of 16 knapsack(10lt) fills per litre of product.

Can cattle eat grass sprayed with Roundup?

Herbicides sprayed on plants are not generally toxic to livestock.

Is Roundup toxic to cattle?

They found that every cow involved in the study had some level of Roundup in their system and determined that Roundup consumption for these cows is toxic to their health.

Can you spray 2,4-D for pasture?

Spray 2-4-D on pasture in spring and in the fall when weeds are either small or when they are actively growing. Avoid administering 2-4-D during intense periods of warm weather as it is known to evaporate quickly in temperatures over 90 degrees Fahrenheit.

How long after killing grass can I reseed?

Kill weeds and any remaining poor-looking grass with a non-selective herbicide about 2 weeks before you want to seed your lawn. After everything is completely dead, rake the area to remove the debris.

What spray kills cow parsley?

Glyphosate is best applied when the cow parsley is in full growth (April-May), as the more chemical you can apply to the foliage, the more effective the chemical is. Treatment after flowering is not effective. Unfortunately, glyphosate is non-selective, killing any green plant material it comes into contact with.

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