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Agrisel Glufosinate 24.5 Weed & Grass Killer

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Agrisel Glufosinate 24.5 Weed & Grass Killer is a fast, and non-selective herbicide for emerged weeds. As a foliar and contact spray, it travels through the green tissue to get results in one to four days.

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Agrisel Glufosinate 24.5 Weed & Grass Killer

Agrisel Glufosinate 24.5 Weed & Grass Killer is a fast, and non-selective herbicide for emerged weeds. As a foliar and contact spray, it travels through the green tissue to get results in one to four days.

This broad-spectrum water-soluble herbicide kills and controls emerged annual and perennial grass and broadleaf weeds such as burdock, chickweed, clover, dandelion, barnyard grass, annual bluegrass, crabgrass, dallisgrass, and more listed weeds and grasses.

Agrisel's Glufosinate 24.5 Weed & Grass Killer contains 24.5% of glufosinate-ammonium. It has twice as much a active ingredient as the popular Finale Herbicide with 11.33 % Glufosinate ammonium .

Glufosinate 24.5% Weed & Grass Killer is only foliar-active spraying with little or no activity in the soil. As a post-emergent herbicide, control is only at the emerged weed stage. To achieve consistent weed control, a thorough and uniform spray coverage is necessary. It is rainfast in four hours. If it rains within four hours, retreatment is necessary.

Brand Alternatives: Finale Herbicide, X-Out

What To Expect

Within 2 to 4 days after application, young shoots and leaves will start a stage of necrosis, if weeds are not under stress conditions.

When to Apply

Since Glufosinate 24.5% Weed & Grass Killer is a foliar-active material, the best time to spray is when weeds are actively growing. Stress conditions such as cool temperatures or drought conditions minimize weed control effects. To avoid the chance of reduced lambsquarter palmer amaranth and velvetleaf control, spray only between dawn and 2 hours before sunset. For best weed control results, do not cultivate five days before the application to 7 days after application.

How To Spray Agrisel Glufosinate 24.5

Use a hand pump sprayer or a backpack sprayer. Do not use air-assisted spray equipment, droplet application equipment or flood jet nozzles.

  1. Spot or Directed Applications: Spray rates are between 0.75-0.175 oz per gallon of water depending on weed height or diameter. See additional information tab or label for futher directions.
  2. Broadcast or Boom Applications: Apply 12 - 38 fl oz/A (0.22 – 0.69 lb ai/A) . The suggested rates depend upon weed growth (see label). Use at least 40 gallons of water per acre with a minimum of 30-psi spray pressure.
  3. Before using Glufosinate 24.5% Weed & Grass Killer, thoroughly clean bulk storage tank, refillable tank, nurse tanks, spray tank, lines, and filter, particularly if a herbicide with the potential to injure crops was previously used. Equipment must be thoroughly rinsed using a commercial tank cleaner.
  4. After using Glufosinate 24.5% Weed & Grass Killer, triple rinse the spray equipment and clean with a commercial tank cleaner before using for crops not labeled LibertyLink. Make sure any rinsate or foam is thoroughly removed from the spray tank and boom. Rinsate may be disposed of following the pesticide disposal directions on this label.
  5. Nozzle Spray Quality: Glufosinate 24.5% Weed & Grass Killer is a contact herbicide and requires proper nozzles with uniform thorough spray coverage to achieve optimum weed control. See the nozzle section for more detailed information.

Tank Mixing

Glufosinate 24.5% Weed & Grass Killer can be tank-mixed with other herbicides, including other non-selective herbicides such as glyphosate

Make sure that the tanked mixed products have registered use for the intended purpose.

Read the label to understand all restrictions and precautionary statements. Tank mix applications of Glufosinate 24.5% Weed & Grass Killer plus the following herbicides are advised for broad-spectrum postemergence and preemergence weed control:

Isopropylamine salt of imazapyr butroxydim norflurazon
prodiamine isoxaben Diglycolamine salt of 3,6-dichloro-o-anisic Acid
oryzalin pendimethalin oxadiazon

A compatibility test must be conducted with any potential tank mix partner with Glufosinate 24.5% Weed & Grass Killer, except with any one of those listed above. See the label for testing procedures.

Additional Use Directions:

When vegetation cover is dense, or weeds are growing under stressed conditions, use higher rates under directed rate range. Stressed conditions include when average temperatures are below 50°F. or drought conditions.

 

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Target Pest Broadleaf Weeds and Grasses and Sedges )
Apply between 1.25-1.75 oz per gallon of water)

  • 1.25 oz per gallon of water when weed height or diameter is 6 inches or less
  • 1.75 oz per gallon of water when weed height or diameter is 6 inches or greater

Broadleaf Weeds: Annual sowthistle, Bindweed, Buffalobur, Burdock, Canada thistle, Curly dock, Dandelion,  Dogbane (hemp), Field gromwell, Fleabane, Goldenrod, Horsetail, Lambsquarter, Leafy spurge, Mugwort, Musk thistle, Nettle, Nightshade, Pennycress, Pigweed, redroot, Plantain, Prickly lettuce, Ragweed Russian thistle, Tansy mustard, Velvetleaf, Vervain, Virginia copperleaf, White heath aster, Wild buckwheat, Wild mustard, Wild onion, Wild rose, Wild turnip, Wood sorrel, Yellow rocket

Grasses and Sedges: Annual bluegrass, Bahiagrass, Barley, Bermudagrass, Carpetgrass, Crabgrass, Dallisgrass, Downy bromegrass, Fescue, Guineagrass, Kentucky bluegrass, Nutsedge, Paragrass, Quackgrass, Ryegrass, Sandbur, Smooth bromegrass, Torpedograss, Vaseygrass, Wheat, Wild oat

Broadleaf Weeds and Grasses and Sedges
(Apply between 1.25-1.75 oz per gallon of water)

  • 0.75 oz per gallon of water when weed height or diameter is 6 inches or less
  • 1.25 oz per gallon of water when weed height or diameter is 6 inches or greater

Broadleaf Weeds: Chickweed, Clover, Common Cocklebur, Filaree, Jimsonweed, Kochia, London rocket, Malva (little mallow), Marestail, Purslane, Shepherdspurse Smartweed

Grasses and Sedges: Barnyardgrass, Cupgrass, Fall Panicum, Giant Foxtail, Goosegrass, Green Foxtail, Johnsongrass (rhizome), Lovegrass, Shattercane, Smallflower Alexandergrass (Signalgrass), Stinkgrass, Windgrass, Yellow Foxtail

Active Ingredient (s) Glufosinate ammonium 24.5% Group 10 herbicide (glutamine synthetase inhibitor).
For Use :

Trimming and Edging

Use Glufosinate 24.5% Weed & Grass Killer in edges around landscaped areas. Use around trees and shrubs, foundations, landscape beds, driveways, fences, parking areas, paths, around light and signposts and along golf course cart paths.

Emerging Weeds

Combine as a tank mix with a preemergent herbicide is control of emerging weeds from seeds is desired.

Protect Desirable Plants and Vegetation

Shield desirable plants and vegetation with plywood, cardboard or sheet metal. Also, watch any high winds for possible wind drifts.

Farmsteads, Recreational, and Public Areas:

Glufosinate 24.5% Weed & Grass Killer controls listed annual and perennial weeds as a spot or directed spray application. Listed areas include around farmstead building foundations, shelterbelts, along fences, airports, commercial plants, storage and lumberyards, ditch banks, educational facilities, fence lines, ditch banks, dry ditches, roadsides, schools, parking lots, tank farms, pumping stations, and parks.

See label for other uses.

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Additional Use Directions:

When vegetation cover is dense, or weeds are growing under stressed conditions, use higher rates under directed rate range. Stressed conditions include when average temperatures are below 50°F. or drought conditions.

Applicators and other handlers must wear: 

Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, shoes, and socks

 

Do Not Apply

  • Water or areas where surface water is present
  • Do not apply below mean high water mark in intertidal areas
  • Do not contaminate water from the disposal of water from cleaning of equipment
  • Minimize drift and run off to non-targeted plants
  • If possible, use methods to reduce soil erosion
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