With a single time application, Mojave 70 EG herbicide delivers bareground vegetation control of 150 species of weeds, perennial and annual grasses. Application can be done before or after emergence to eliminate weeds in one season. Mojave 70 EG also can be used additionally with other bareground products. It is a dispersible granule that needs to be mixed with surfactant and water and applied to areas for complete bareground such as railroads, along fences, highway rights-of-way, farmyards, utility plant sites, petroleum tank farms, and non-irrigation ditchbanks. Initial application prevents new weeds from appearing, thus eliminating the need for more than one application. Weeds under paved surfaces can also be terminated using Mojave 70 EG.
Always use a surfactant for post-emergent applications.
|Active Ingredient:||Imazapyr - 7.78% |
Diuron - 62.22%
|Target pests:||Grasses: Bermudagrass, Cheat, Dallisgrass, Johnsongrass, Quackgrass, Saltgrass, Vaseygrass and others |
Broadleaf weeds: Chickweed, Clover, Dogfennel, Kochia, Lambsquarters, Pigweed Foxtail, Russian Thistle, Silverleaf Nightshade, Stinging Nettle, Yellow Star Thistle, Morning Glory and others
Vines: Field Bindweed, Kudzu, Virginia Creeper
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Bareground Vegetation Contorl|
|Application:||0.5 - 1 lb. per gallon of water |
7 - 19 lbs. per 100 gallons of water per acre
Must mix with water and surfactant
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CA|
Mojave 70 EG controls over 150 species of annual and perennial grasses, broadleaf weeds and vines including but not limited to.
Grasses- Bermudagrass, Cheat, Dallisgrass, Johnsongrass, Quackgrass, Saltgrass, Vaseygrass
Broadleaf weeds- Chickweed, Clover, Dogfennel, Kochia, Lambsquarters, Pigweed Foxtail, Russian Thistle, Silverleaf Nightshade, Stinging Nettle, Yellow Star Thistle, Morning Glory
Vines -Field Bindweed, Kudzu, Virginia Creeper
All handlers must wear
- Long sleeve shirt and pants
- Shoes and socks
- Chemical- resistant gloves made of any waterproof material
- Chemical-resistant apron when mixing
- A NIOSH-approved dust/mist filtering respirator with any N2,R, P, or HE filter or a NIOSH approved dust/mist filtering respirator with approval number prefix TC-21C
For annual weed control, preferably apply either at late pre-emergence to early post-emergence for best results. For perennial weed control, it must be applied post-emergence to the target weed, since it will not control non-emerged perennial weeds. For maximum effect, weeds should be growing vigorously at the time of post-emergence application and the spray solution should include a surfactant. To achieve the desired residual control with increasing rainfall amounts, higher rate of Mojave 70 EG should be applied.
As a general guideline the Mojave 70 EG rates listed below are recommended for different annual rainfall amounts. Actual use rates will vary depending upon the lenght of residual control desired, weed pressure and environmental conditions.
Average Annual Rainfall in Inches/Rate per acre
- Less than 15 inches - 7 to 10 pounds
- Between 15 and 35 inches - 8 to 13 pounds
- Greater than 35 inches - 13 to 19 pounds
For initial applications, apply at 5 to 6 pounds per acre in combination with another herbicide.
Avoid applications to powdery-dry soil or sand soils when there is little likelihood of rainfall soon after treatment, since subsequent off-target movement of treated soil by water and/or wind may cause damage to adacent desirable plants or crops.
For control of undesirable weeds under paved surfaces, Mojave 70 EG may be used under asphalt, pond liners and other paved areas. However, it can ONLY be used in industrial site or where the pavement has a suitable barrier along the perimeter that prevents encroachment of roots of desirable plants.
It must be mixed with at least 100 gallons of water per acre.
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April 21, 2015Janet from Zachary,louisiana asked:
QHow much Mojave 70 EG do you add to a gallon of water?
We are spraying fences and ditches.
June 5, 2014Me asked:
QHow much Mojave 70 EG do you put in a gallon of water?
AWe apologize but you did not specify what kind of area you are trying to treat(railroad, rock landscaping, driveway, fencerow, etc) and what plants you are trying to primarily eliminate for good. Once we know this information we can better answer your question, or you can review the Product Label Here to find out how much you need for your treatments.
November 21, 2014Cheyenne from St Augustine, Fl asked:
QHow many bags would come on one pallet?
Agetting information from Jim.. He is going to contact the manufacturer.
April 28, 2015Raye from Central, La asked:
QHow much Mojave 70 EG do you mix per gallon of water to kill grasses on fence row and concrete lots with grasses growing through?
March 31, 2014Kay from Terrebonne Oregon asked:
QWill Mojave 70 EG be best to use in central Oregon for total ground vegetation sterilization? How long does it last?
AMojave 70 EG and other soil steriliants should only be applied by experienced applicators. For additional information on the product or which one would best fit your needs, please contact the manufacturer at 334-741-9393 (Alligare).
June 12, 2015Josh from Louisville, Ky asked:
QHow big of a bag of Mojave is this? 5lbs?
AYes, Mojave 70 EG is a 5 lb bag.