Do you have weeds in your lawn? All Purpose Weed Control is a broad leaf herbicide designed to control a wide range of weeds including Bindii (jo-jo), Creeping Oxalis, Catsear, Clover, Cudweed, Plantain, Thistles, and Dandelion.
It is our number one recommended herbicide as it is suitable for all lawn types – Couch (including TifTuf), Bent, Kikuyu, Paspalum, Buffalo, Zoysia, Fescue and Rye lawns.
How it works
Bromoxynil inhibits photosynthetic electron transport and uncouples oxidative phosphorylation in mitochondria, thereby stopping energy production and negatively affecting plant respiration. Both Bromoxynil and MCPA have relatively good U.V. stability which means it can stay on the leaf of the weed and not break down in sunlight before it has the chance to work on the targeted weed. It is safe to use on buffalo, however it is not safe to use on the older ST buffalo varieties.
All Purpose Weed Control is available in a ready to use 2L hose on pack which covers up to 200m2. Measure out lawn area before application to ensure the correct dose rate is applied.
Hard to control weeds, such as clover, often need a follow up spray. This can be due to residual seeds in the lawn or remnants of the root system not fully eradicated. Bindii are also hard to control as some weed seeds in the lawn last up to 5 years. The key is to get them before they set flower and reduce their number
- The amount of the bottles’ content needed to use through a sprayer will depend on the size of the lawn and sprayer size.
- Does not need to be watered in.
- Do not apply during rain, hail, snow or when windy.
- Do not mow for 2 days after treatment.
- Slight browning of grass may occur under hot conditions.
Dangerous to fish. Do not allow chemical containers or spray to get into drains, sewers, streams, or ponds. Do not feed treated grass clippings to livestock. Do not allow spray to contact or drift onto plants you do not want to be killed.
If you’re not sure whether All Purpose Weed Control is the right herbicide for your weeds, just send us a picture to email@example.com and we can help identify the weed and recommend best treatment.