This selective herbicide can be used on most turf types including Buffalo, Couch, Kikuyu and Zoysia. It will kill sedges including Nutgrass and Mullumbimby Couch.
Very economical, covers approximately 2000-3500 sqm of area depending on rate used.
This selective herbicide can be used on most turf types including Buffalo, Couch, Kikuyu, Zoysia. It will kill sedges including Nutgrass and Mullumbimby Couch. It often may take a couple of applications months apart to kill Nutgrass fully.
Instructions for Use
Follow instructions on label.
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Safety, First Aid & Liability
SAFETY: Keep out of reach of children. Read safety directions. This product will irritate the eyes and skin, so avoid contact with eyes and skin. When mixing the product for use, wear PVC gloves of elbow length, and us a face shield or googles. When using a sprayer or controlled droplet applicator, wear water proof protective clothing, and good solid impervious shoes or boots. After using this product, and before eating, drinking or smoking, make sure you wash your hands, arms and farce thoroughly with soap and water. After use for the day, wash the gloves, googles, face shield and any contaminated clothing.
FIRST AID: Contact a doctor, or poisons information centre (131 126) should any poisoning occur.
LIABILITY: This product can only be used as directed, and the product supplier has indicated it will not be liable for any loss or damage arising from a failure to strictly follow the directions for use.
Storage & Disposal
Store in a cool well-ventilated area in the original container. Don’t keep it in direct sunlight for extended periods.
Triple rinse or alternatively pressure rinse containers before they are discarded. It’s a good idea to add the rinsings to the spray tank. Do not dispose of undiluted chemicals on site. If you want to recycle the container, replace the cap, clean as outlined above, and take the clean container to a recycler or designated collection point. If discarding, crush, break or puncture and bury the empty container in a local authority land fill. If it cannot be sent to an appropriate land fill site, bury the containers below 500mm in a disposal pit specially marked and set up for this purpose, away from waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots. Do not burn empty containers.