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WeedMaster®

herbicide

For years, growers and ranchers have counted on WeedMaster® for consistent weed control in sugarcane, pastures, small grains and fallowland. WeedMaster is a selective, post-emerge herbicide that provides tough, long-lasting control of a broad spectrum of annual, biennial and perennial broadleaf weeds. The growth regulating effects of 2,4-D and dicamba interfere with the normal development of weeds, ultimately causing plant death.

CONSISTENT CONTROL IN A CONCENTRATED FORMULA

  • Achieve outstanding control of brush and broadleaf weeds in a concentrated formula
  • Controls tough weeds such as horsenettle, thistles and blackberry
  • Safe for desirable grasses
  • Pre-emergence control with residual activity

 

USE SUMMARY

RATES: 0.5 pts per acre to 4 to 5 pts/A for control of annual, biennial and perennial weeds. See label for per acre rate according to weed growth stage. Apply to actively growing weeds as aerial, broadcast, band, or spot spray applications. Apply with water or sprayable fluid fertilizer as a carrier. Sprayable fluid fertilizer may be used as the carrier in preplant or pre-emergence uses. Post-emergence uses with sprayable fluid fertilizer may be made only on pasture, hay land, or wheat crops. Surfactants and/or low use rate liquid fertilizers (28-0-0, 32-0-0) or crop oil concentrate may be used with this product to improve burndown of emerged weeds. (Do not use crop oil concentrate for feed crops – refer to crop oil concentrate label for complete directions.)

AERIAL APPLICATION: Use 3 to 10 gals of water/A.

GROUND APPLICATION (BROADCAST): Use 5 to 40 gals per broadcast acre.

See label for complete directions for

 

EPA REG. NO.: 71368-34
ACTIVE INGR.: DMA dicamba salt (12.4%), 2,4-D amine salt (35.7%)
FORMULATION: liquid
CHEM. FAMILY: benzoic acid, phenoxycarboxylic acid
HRAC NO.: 4
MODE OF ACT.: auxin growth regulator
REI: 48 hours
SIGNAL WORD: danger
RESTRICTED: no
PACKAGE SIZE: 1 gal container (5 per case), 2.5 gal container (2 per case), 30 gal drum, 265 gal tote, bulk

 

KEY USES
Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) land
Fallowland
General farmstead
Sorghum
Grass (hay or silage)
Pasture
Rangeland
Sugarcane
Wheat 

KEY WEEDS CONTROLLED
ANNUALS
Buckwheat, wild
Burdock
Buttercup
Cockle, cow
Cocklebur, common
Dogfennel
Evening primrose
Fleabane, annual
Flixweed
Knotweed
Kochia
Lambsquarters, common
Marestail (horseweed)
Morningglory; ivyleaf, tall
Mustards; annual, tansy
Pigweed; prostrate, redroot, smooth, tumble
Purslane, common
Ragweed; common, lanceleaf, western
Sowthistle
Shepherd’s-purse
Smartweed, Pennsylvania
Sneezeweed, bitter
Thistle, Russian
Velvetleaf

BIENNIALS & PERENNIALS
Bindweed, field
Bittercress
Chicory
Dandelion, common
Dock, curly
Goldenrod, Missouri
Groundsel, Texas
Honeysuckle, hairy
Horsenettle, Carolina
Ivy, poison
Marshelder
Mesquite
Persimmon, eastern
Prickly lettuce
Smartweed
Sorrel, red
Thistle, bull
Vetch, hairy