|Active Ingredient:||Isoxaben 75%|
|Target pests:||Over 40 broadleaf weeds and weed grasses including: Aster, Bursage, Burweed, Celery, Chickweed, Clover, Cudweed, Fiddleneck, Filaree, Fleabane, Groundcherry, Henbit, Horseweed, Knotweed, Lambsquarters, Little Mallow, Indian Mustard, Wild Mustard, Black Nightshade, Virginia Pepperweed, Pigweed, Pineappleweed, Plantain, Purslane, Radish, Ragweed, Rocket, Shepherdspurse, Sibara, Smartweed (PA), Sowthistle, Speedwell (purslane), Telegraphplant, Thistle (Russian).|
See Label for complete list.
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||NY|
|Manufactured By:||Dow AgroSciences|
Gallery herbicide is a specialty pre-emergent herbicide containing the active ingredient isoxaben. Gallery 75 DF (DF stands for Dry Flowable) prevents the growth of broadleaf weeds for up to eight months and is labeled for use on all established cool-season and warm-season turfgrass types. It can even be used on 490 field-grown and 380 container-grown ornamentals, ground covers, nursery stock, non-bearing fruit and nut crops, non-bearing vineyards and non-cropland areas.
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February 14, 2011Vicki asked:
QHow do I mix Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide?
I just received my order. I have a 1 and a 2 gallon pump sprayer, and I want to use to apply this in the common area next to my lawn. I don't see any mixing instructions. How do I mix this up? Thanks.
AOn page 3 of the product label are the instructions you are seeking. You can use the lid of the Gallery 75 DF to measure the proper amount of product: "When filled to the level of the inner lip, the cap contains approximately 1/2 oz, which is the amount of Gallery 75 DF needed to treat a 1,000 sq ft area." You can mix the 1/2 oz of product with 1-2 gallons of water. It is important to use the mixture immediately and to keep the mixture agitated to stop the product from settling to the bottom of the sprayer. The actual amount of water that you use is not important as it acts only as a carrier for the Gallery 75 DF and does not actually dilute the product.
May 28, 2011Jack asked:
QHow long after spraying is it safe to allow pets in the sprayed area?
I have a couple of 12 lb dogs that run in the yard where I wish to get rid of dandelions and would be concerned over their safety with this product. Thanks
AGallery is a very safe product to use around pets when used as directed. You should have the pets inside while you are applying the product. Once applied, it typically takes about an hour to dry. After that time it is perfectly safe to let the dogs back in the yard. When this product is mixed with water it is quite diluted and should have no effects on a dog or any animal for that matter.
May 7, 2012Scott from Camp Hill, Pa asked:
QCan Gallery be applied using a hose end sprayer rather than a pump tank sprayer?
Can Gallery be applied using a hose end sprayer rather than a pump tank sprayer. I do have both but was wondering how to keep track of what areas have been sprayed when using a tank sprayer. Any advice would be appreciated.
AMost folks use a tank sprayer to apply Gallery so that they can be sure that they are getting even coverage. Hose end sprayers can not be easily calibrated and are not usually recommended for use with herbicides such as Gallery. You can either mark off the area that needs to be treated in 1,000 sq ft sections to make applications easy or you can use a dye additive so that you can see where you have sprayed. We carry the Turf Mark Blue Liquid and the Turf Mark Blue Tablets for this use.