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Weedmaster is a post-emergent, selective herbicide that suppresses many different types of broadleaf weeds and brush. From chickweed to pigweed, this product controls more than seventy different weeds that would otherwise thrive in grass forages and crop rows. Using dicamba, Weedmaster retards the growth of the weeds, leading them to their death. Mix Weedmaster with the desired amount of water and spray it over the infested area. The application of surfactants, crop oil concentrates and low levels of liquid fertilizers can be mixed with Weedmaster to improve the control of post-emergent weeds.
|Active Ingredient:||Dimethylamnie salt of dicamba - 12.4%
2,4-D - 34.4%
|Target pests:||Chickweed, Flixweed, Henbit, Knotweed, Morningglory, Pigweed, Purslane, Ragweed, Sedge, Sunflower, Thistle, Dandelion, Poison Ivy, Nightshade, Redvine, Smartweed, Sowthistle, Leafy Spurge, Thistle
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Grass Forage, Conservation Reserve Program Land, Rangeland, General Farmland, Fallow Land and Crop Rows|
|Application:||0.5 - 6 pints per 5 - 40 gallons of water per acre of application
* Use a Surfactant to Increase Effectiveness
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on label|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||DC, HI, AK|
|Shipping Weight:||25.07 lbs|
Weedmaster Target Pests
Spotted beebalm, broomweed, wild buckwheat, buffalobur, burdock, buttercup, common chickweed, cow cockle, common cocklebur, plains coreopsis, wolly croton, devils-claw, dogfennel, evening primrose, flax, annual fleabane, flixweed, henbit, knotweed, kochia, common lambsquarters, common mallow, marestail, morningglory, mustard, pennycress, virginia pepperweed, pigweed, poorjoe, common purslane, ragweed, lanceleaf western, sedge, sheperdspurse, pennsylvania smartweed, bitter sneezeweed, sowthistle, sunflower, russian thistle, velvetleaf, field bindweed, bittercress, buckeye, bullnettle, chicory, bur clover, common dandelion, southern dewberry, curly dock, elderberry, Missouri goldenrod, Common goldenweed, Texas groundsel, hairy honeysuckle, Carolina horsenettle, poison ivy, knapweed, marshelder, mesquite, milkweed antelopehorn, nightshade, eastern persimmon, prickly lettuce, rabbitbrush, tansy ragwort, redvine, fringed sagebrush, smartweed, red sorrel, sowthistle, leafy spurge, chinese tallow tree, thistle, hairy vetch, yankeeweed, yellow starthistle.
Types of Weedmaster Application
Keep Weedmaster away from open water and avoid applying the product to areas that treated water might run into the water table. You can apply Weedmaster through ground application, banded and broadcast, spot treatment, and aerial applications.
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Horse Pasture Use
By Natalie in Denver, PA on 06/28/2016
I bought this product after long and extensive research regarding what broad lead herbicide I could safely put down on my active pasture. Two components of this product I really like is that you do not have to pull horses off unless you have broodmares about to or with foal. The second item is that manure and/or compost from horses grazing on treated pasture can be used for flower or vegetable gardens without residual damage. Alsike clover was my target with this application. It took a while to be affected. Broadleaf weeds, like plantain, were the first to take the hit. I'm happy with this product so far and will see how my pastures look come next summer.
By Ken in Gene Autry, OK. on 09/28/2016
Fast delivery and product works very well.
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06/06/2016 Eric from West Jefferson, Nc
QDoes Weedmaster herbicide kill wild strawberries?
I have sprayed with Weedmaster at rate of 1 oz per gallon with no effect. Do I need a higher ratio or something else like Speedzone?
A Weedmaster Herbicide is not labeled to control wild strawberries, so we would not recommend it for this use.†Weedmaster†will control blackberry and other vines at higher rates. You would use 2-4 ounces of concentrate per gallon of water to cover 1,000 square feet for vine control. You may need to wait 1-6 weeks to see full results when treating vines. For wild strawberry, Speedzone would be a great choice. Most herbicides with Trimec will treat this plant, and you will get the best control when spraying plants that are†in the 4-leaf to flowering stage. You can browse all the herbicides we carry for this weed here.
Weedmaster Herbicide is not labeled to control wild strawberries, so we would not recommend it for this use.†Weedmaster†will control blackberry and other vines at higher rates. You would use 2-4 ounces of concentrate per gallon of water to cover 1,000 square feet for vine control. You may need to wait 1-6 weeks to see full results when treating vines.
For wild strawberry, Speedzone would be a great choice. Most herbicides with Trimec will treat this plant, and you will get the best control when spraying plants that are†in the 4-leaf to flowering stage. You can browse all the herbicides we carry for this weed here.