Pastora Herbicide

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Pastora Herbicide
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Pastora Herbicide is registered to use on hay meadows and bermudagrass pastures, and in non-crop areas. Check with your state extension or Department of Agriculture before use, to be certain Pastora is registered in your state. Do not use Pastora in the following counties of Colorado: Alamosa, Costilla, Conejos, Rio Grande, and Saquache. Pastora Herbicide is a granule that is dry-flowable that suppresses or controls grass and broad-leaf weeds. Pastora is mixed in water and applied as a uniform broadcast spray. A spray adjuvant must be used in the spray mix unless otherwise specified on the label. Pastora is noncorrosive, nonflammable, nonvolatile, and no freezing restrictions.

Pastora controls broad-leaf weeds by pre-emergence and post-emergence activity and grass weeds by post-emergence activity. To get the best results from Pastora, apply it to young, active growing weeds. Weeds that are hardened off by the cold weather or by drought stress may be difficult to control. The use rate depends upon the weed spectrum and size of weeds at application.

Do not use on lawns, walks, driveways, tennis courts, golf courses, athletic fields, or other high-maintenance, fine turfgrass areas, or similar areas




General Information

Pastora Herbicide controls broadleaf weeds by pre-emergence and post-emergence activity and grass weeds by post-emergence activity. For best results, apply Pastora to young, actively growing weeds. Weeds hardened off by cold weather or drought stress may not be controlled. The use rate depends upon the weed spectrum and size of weeds at application. The degree and duration of control may depend on the following factors:

  • Weed spectrum and infestation intensity
  • Weed size and maturity at application
  • Environmental conditions during and following treatment
  • Application rate and coverage

BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

Pastora Herbicide is absorbed through the foliage and roots of weeds, rapidly inhibiting their growth. Leaves of susceptible plants appear chlorotic from 1 to 3 weeks after application and the growing point subsequently dies. The final effects on annual weeds are evident about 4 to 6 weeks after application. The ultimate effects on perennial weeds occur in the growing season following application.

One to two inches of rainfall or sprinkler irrigation (enough to wet the top 2-3 inches of soil profile) may be needed to move Pastora into the weed root zone before the next flush of broadleaf weeds emerge. The amount of moisture required for sufficient activation increases with crop or weed residue and for finer textured soils. Without sufficient rainfall or sprinkler irrigation to move Pastora into the weed root zone, weeds that germinate after treatment will not be controlled.

Application of Pastora provides the best control in vigorously growing pastures that shade competitive weeds. Weed control in areas of thin grass may not be as satisfactory. However, a bermudagrass canopy that is too dense at application can intercept spray and reduce weed control.

In warm, moist conditions, the expression of herbicide symptoms is accelerated in weeds; in cold, dry conditions, expression of herbicide symptoms is delayed. In addition, weeds hardened-off by drought stress are less susceptible to Pastora.

Weed control or suppression may be reduced if rainfall, or sprinkler irrigation occurs within 4 hours after application.

Weed control should be part of an overall pasture management plan which includes good fertility, adequate moisture (rainfall, irrigation), insect and rodent control, and other agronomic practices which maximize bermudagrass growth. Consult your state cooperative extension service, local agricultural dealer, professional consultant or other qualified authority for specific instructions regarding proper management of bermudagrass pastures.

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    5 of 5 stars  get the mix right
    By John in oklahoma on 07/17/2016

    It will take some math to figure out this mix if you're not spraying this out of an airplane,... but when you get it right you'll find that this stuff will last you over 6 years on a small lawn, and control weeds better than MSMA used to!!! I love this stuff! It's like a slow acting MSMA, and when mixed with 2,4-d theres literally not a weed it won't kill post or pre emergent! Careful around trees and shrubs as this stuff is lethal to them.

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    By Scott in Booker on 09/22/2017

    I live in an area plagued by bluestem. In unimproved pastures the grass is ok though some cattleman say that doesn't have a lot of nutrition. In other areas it is a complete pest. I have now sprayed Pastora twice following label directions for bluestem. The bluestem is dying and both Bermuda and buffalo grass are doing fine.

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09/18/2015 Timmy from Lynchburg, Va

QCan Pastora Herbicide be used to treat weeds in Tall Fescue pastures in VA?
I see it is mostly labeled for Bermuda Grass but it does have a chart where tall fescue is listed with Bermuda grass and bluegrass.

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Pastora Herbicide can be used in Tall Fescue pastures. Check with your state extension or Department of Agriculture before use, to be certain Pastora is registered in your state. 

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05/25/2017 John from Ardmore

QWhat is a good method to measure .025oz Pastora Herbicide in a 2 gallon sprayer?
.025 oz per gallon - how would i measure such a tiny amount? And what is the half-life of the product in case i want to put a garden in the area in future years?

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Pastora Herbicide can be measured by 1ml into 2 gallons water or 1/4 teaspoon per 2 gallons water. The half life is up to two years in soil.

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06/18/2016 Donovan from Fort Worth Tx

QCan Pastora Herbicide be used to control brush under tree canopies in North Central Texas ?

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No, Pastora Herbicide should not be used under or around any desirable trees.

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08/04/2016 Shane from Spanish Fork, Ut

QDo you have a product for control of foxtail in pastures?

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We would recommend using Pastora Herbicide. You will use 1 - 2.5 oz. per 100 gallons of water per acre. This is safe for use in pastures and will stop foxtail from coming up.

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11/27/2016 Jackie from Pelion, Sc

QDoes Pastora kill Sandspurs? Can horses graze after application?

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Pastora Herbicide†is labeled to control sandbur aka sandspur when used as directed on the product label for post or pre emergent control.† The label states that grazing animals do not have to be moved off the pasture before, during, or after applying.

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04/25/2016 Enrique from Elsa, Texas

QHow soon can flood irrigation occur after applying Pastora Herbicide?

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Pastora Herbicide††works best if 1-2 inches of rain or irrigatin are applied after application. This will help move the product to the root zone.†

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08/14/2016 Larry from Gloucester, Va

QWhat can I use for Johnson grass and nut sedge on a tall fescue lawn?
Can I use the product on hay for horses?

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Pastora Herbicide†is not labeled to be used in home lawns and is labeled for tall fescue hay fields. †Acclaim Extra Selective Herbicide†will control seedling Johnsongrass, and it will suppress rhizome Johnsongrass and is safe for use in tall fescue. †For nutsedge control we would recommend using Sedgehammer.

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02/28/2017 Jaime from Beeville, Tx

QHow many gallons of water will a 5 oz bottle of Pastora use?
I have a 100 gal sprayer and want to spray 15 acres of coastal Bermuda .

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Application rates of Pastora Herbicide†vary from 1 - 2.5 oz. per 100 gallons of water per acre depending on the type of weed you are trying to prevent. †When using a pre-emergent the amount of water could be more or less as water is just the carrier and it is more important to be sure you are applying the correct amount of product per area.

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08/01/2016 Keith from Bartlesville, Ok

QWhat can I spray to kill and control Johnsongrass in 10 acres of bermuda hay field?

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Pastora is labeled to suppress Johnsongrass is a bermuda pasture.

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