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AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide is a specially formulated herbicide that effectively controls grasses and broadleaf weeds. This non-selective, post-emergence herbicide uses Ammonium Nonanoate as its active ingredient and it guarantees to deliver superior performance and provide fast-acting results. It works by penetrating the cell walls of plants and disrupting the cellular function of the target weeds and kills them within hours of application. It can be used on food crops, field crops, pastures, ornamentals, turf, landscapes, interiorscapes, greenhouses, non-crop areas on farmsteads and around buildings and industrial sites.
OMRI Listed - this is an organic herbicide
|Active Ingredient:||Ammonium Nonanoate - 40.0%|
|Target pests:||Algae, Bittercress, Chickweed, Cocklebur, Corn Spurry, Cudweed, Groundsel, Liverwort, Moss, Mustards, Oxalis, Pansy, Plantain, Spurge, Field Pennycress, Velvetleaf and others
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Food Crops, Field Crops, Pastures, Ornamentals, Turf, Landscapes, Interiorscapes, Greenhouses, Non-Crop areas on Farmsteads and around Buildings and Industrial sites|
|Application:||8 - 18 oz. per gallon of water (6 - 15% solution per height of weeds)
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on label|
|Special Features:||OMRI Listed|
|Shipping Weight:||20.36 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||BioSafe Systems (Mfg. Number: 7600-2.5)|
METHODS OF USE AND GENERAL APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide is a contact non-selective herbicide for spray application only to undesirable plant growth. Do not allow spray to contact any green plant parts of desirable plants. AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide provides control and burndown suppression of annual and perennial broadleaf and grass weeds. Spore producing plants such as mosses and liverworts are also controlled. The amount of burndown and the duration of weed suppression may be reduced when weed growth conditions are unfavorable or when plants are mature.
AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide is non-volatile and water soluble for foliar application in tractor powered field-type sprayers or manual pump sprayers. Complete and uniform coverage of weeds by the spray solution is required for the best weed control. Plant foliage will change from a green color to brown/black necrotic tissue within one to two hours after spray application of AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide diluted with water. AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide effect on plant tissue may be more rapid in warm weather than in cold conditions. However, weed control is normally unaffected by temperature.
AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide is a soap product which penetrates the cell walls of plants to disrupt the cellular organization of physiological functions which are compartmentalized by membranes within the cell walls. Plant growth ceases when cellular contents are mixed which causes brown necrotic plant tissue.
AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide does not migrate through the soil and is not translocated in plants. To ensure satisfactory control, plant leaves must be thoroughly and uniformly covered with the spray solution. AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide does not provide any residual weed control in soil to affect germinating weed seeds.
Mixing and Application Instructions:
For use, AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide is diluted with water to the specified concentration for effective control of the undesirable vegetation. Apply using standard methods of liquid herbicide application. Dilution must be in accordance with label instructions. Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system. A 12% v/v dilution is recommended for most weed control situations and based on the results, applicators may increase or decrease spray concentrations as discussed in the following text and tables to obtain better control or to reduce herbicide use.
The degree of dilution for application is based on the concentration of active ingredient needed for the size of vegetation to be suppressed or the rate of herbicidal effect desired. The larger the vegetation, the higher the concentration (lower dilution) required for rapid action. See required concentration for variously sized weeds and grasses in Dosage and Application Rates Section. Hard to suppress weeds (deep-rooted perennials and some grasses) may require one or more later applications for complete control.
Spray equipment options include hand-held, boom sprayers, pressure sprayers and hose-end sprayers. Spray nozzles that produce a uniform spray will give maximum coverage of the leaves, and thus highest activity. AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide is completely soluble in water and requires only nominal mixing. Once mixed, no additional mixing or agitation is required.
- Do not apply to weeds when wet from dew, rain or irrigation.
- Do not irrigate within 2 hours after application.
- Do not apply if rainfall is expected within 2 hours.
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By Vg in Vero beach on 08/09/2016
This a very expensive product. I used highest recommended levels recommended. I hardly notice any burn down. Don't waste your money.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
done with roundup
By Chris in Williamsburg IN on 12/05/2016
this took care of everything but the viney stuff. I got a good month of coverage on my field but then had to put more on, it doesn't get the roots. Kills anything green, I burned a few keepers cuz i didn't sheild
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01/31/2015 Greg from Campbellsburg
QWill AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide kill tomato plants if it just contacts a few leaves
I'm spraying between plastic mulch rows and roundup 24d etc. if barely touching the tomato plants kills them routinely. will this just desiccate a few leaves or is it systemic
AThe AXXE Broad Spectrum Herbicide is a non-selective herbicide but it does say that it can be applied around food crops following the instructions on the product label so it should be safe around tomatos.
04/20/2015 Sandra from Tomball, Tx
QDoes AXXE kill nutsdege? Will it affect the root or just the leaves?