For the control of Nettles, Docks, brushwood and certain broadleaved Weeds in grassland, forestry and non-crop areas.
Contains: 103,6 g/l triclopyr + 93 g/l 2,4-D
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
SC BRUSHKILLER is a brush- and weedkiller that can be used in grassland, forestry and non-crop areas (such as industrial manufacturing and storage sites, rights-of-way such as electrical power lines, communication lines, pipelines, roadsides, railroads, fence rows, non-irrigation ditch banks, around farm buildings or wildlife openings and green cover on land temporarily removed from production). SC BRUSHKILLER contains 2 active substances: 2,4-D (aryloxyacids family) and triclopyr (picolinic acid family), both active substances acting in a foliar and systemic manner. Due to the association of triclopyr and 2,4-D, SC BRUSHKILLER is very efficient against a wide range of broadleaved weeds and woody plants.
As the product is safe to grasses treated areas will remain green.
Situation: Small areas to be treated by spot application with a knapsack sprayer, e.g. clumps of nettles, scrub, docks and other weeds
Dose SC Brushkiller: 1.0 - 1.25 litres in 100 litres water
Method: Mix 10-12.5 ml product per litre of water per 20 m2 depending on weeds sensitivity. Apply to just before the point of run-off as a MEDIUM spray.
Situation: Large areas to be treated
Dose SC Brushkiller: 5-6.25 litres in 500-700 litres
TIMING AND APPLICATION
Apply to well developed weeds or weeds at the rosette stage from Spring until end of Summer when conditions for growth are favourable. Achieve good coverage of the weeds with spray. Apply preferably as a MEDIUM spray. DO NOT APPLY AS A FINE SPRAY UNDER CONDITIONS WHERE DRIFT IS LIKELY TO OCCUR
MIXING AND USE
Half fill the spray tank with clean water. Add the required quantity of SC BRUSHKILLER h and begin agitation. Add the remainder of the water. Once the container is empty, wash out container thoroughly, empty washings into spray tank and dispose of safely. Clean all spraying equipment and utensils thoroughly after use
The susceptibility of weeds to SC Brushkiller varies with the dose. Weed control at two dose rates is indicated:
Weed type: Major weeds
1 litre per 100 litres water: Brambles (Rubus sp.), Nettle (Urtica dioica)
SC Brushkiller 1.25 litre per 100 litres water: Docks (Rumex sp.), Thistle (Cirsium arvense).
Weed type: Woody plants/trees
1 litre per 100 litres water: Elder (Sambucus sp.), Elm (Ulmus sp.) Hornbeam (Carpinus sp.), Poplar (Populus sp.)
SC Brushkiller 1.25 litre per 100 litres water: Blackthorn (Prunus spinosa), Broom (Genista sp.), Dog rose (Rosa sp.), False acacia (Robinia sp.), Gorse (Ulex sp.), Hazel tree (Corylus sp.), Oak (Quercus sp.), Plum tree (Prunus sp.), Willow tree (Salix sp.)
Weed type: Other broad-leaved weeds
1 litre per 100 litres water: Bugle (Ajuga R.), Fool’s parsley (Aethusa C.), Heather (Erica sp., Calluna V.), Hemp Nettle (Galeopsis sp.)
SC Brushkiller 1.25 litre per 100 litres water: Bedstraw (Galium sp.), Bindweed (Convolvulus sp.), Blueberry (Centaurea J.), Buttercup (Ranunculus sp.), Calamint (Calamintha A.), Cinquefoil (Potentilla sp.), Clematis (Clematis sp.), Clover (Trifolium A.), Common dandelion (Taraxacum o.), Dog daisy (Leucanthemum sp.), Dove’s foot crane’s bill (Geranium molle), Fennel (Foeniculum O.), Lesser celandine (Ficaria R.), Mint (Mentha sp.), Ox-tongue (Helminthia sp.), Plantain (Plantago L.), Sagebrush (Artemisia sp.), Speedwell (Veronica O.), Vetch (Vicia sp.), Willow-herb (Epilobium sp.), Wood avens (Geum urbanum), Yellowhead (Inula V.)
The following plants are resistant or moderately resistant to SC BRUSHKILLER at 1.25 l/100 litres:
Hogweed (Heracleum), Corn buttercup (Ranunculus arvensis), Crepis (Crepis sp.), Euphorbia (Euphorbia sp.), Figwort (Ficaria verna), Garlic mustard (Alliara sp.), Ground Ivy (Glechoma headraceae), Hawthorn (Crataegus sp.), Ivy (Hedera H.), Vervain (Verbena O.), White deadnet.
DO NOT apply SC BRUSHKILLER to grassland that has been established for less than twelve months.
DO NOT ALLOW SPRAY TO DRIFT into greenhouses or onto other agricultural or horticultural crops (grapevines, orchards, vegetables, ornamentals, oilseed rape, tobacco), amenity plantings or gardens. SC BRUSHKILLER must not be used in any area under protection (glasshouses, tunnels etc). SC BRUSHKILLER contains an ester formulation and vapor may be liable to drift under hot conditions. Assess the risk to plants in the vicinity before spraying. DO NOT allow spray applications to come into any contact with desirable broad-leaved trees. Although when completely dormant most species of conifers are not susceptible to SC BRUSHKILLER, contact with spray should be avoided. DO NOT sow any crop into an area treated with SC BRUSHKILLER for at least 4 weeks after application. SC BRUSHKILLER is toxic to aquatic organisms; do not treat if the distance between the treated areas and surface water or ditches is less than 20 m. Keep livestock out of treated areas for at least 14 days until poisonous weeds, such as ragwort, have died and become unpalatable.
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