Monsanto Amenity Glyphosate XL is a clean label, professional use glyphosate formulation designed to provide cost effective control of emerged weeds in industrial and amenity situations, as well as forestry and on hard surfaces.
Active ingredients: 360 g/L glyphosate.
Monsanto Amenity Glyphosate XL is a clean label glyphosate formulation designed to provide cost effective control of emerged weeds in industrial and amenity situations, as well as forestry and on hard surfaces.
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Monsanto Amenity Glyphosate XL is an aqueous solution recommended for the control of annual and perennial grasses and broad-leaved weeds in Natural surfaces not intended to bear vegetation, permeable surfaces overlying soil, hard surfaces; Amenity vegetation; Forest nursery, forest (weed control, stump application and chemical thinning).
It is ideal for clearing weed-covered ground prior to planting or sowing, and for total weed control on industrial sites. Monsanto Amenity Glyphosate XL may also be used as a directed spray in ornamental planting and in forestry for site preparation and post-planting treatments.
|Pack size:||5 L Bottle|
|Water volume:||40-400 L/ha|
|Area of Use||Application Rate|
|Natural surfaces not intended to bear vegetation, permeable surfaces overlying soil, railway ballast||1.5 - 5.0||40 - 250|
|Hard surfaces (excluding railway ballast)||1.5 - 5.0||40 - 250|
|Amenity vegetation||1.5 - 5.0||80 - 400|
|Forestry: - Pre-planting||4.0 - 5.0||40 - 250|
|Forestry: - Post-planting (directed) in confiers & broad-leaved trees||4.0||200 - 250|
|IMPORTANT: Always consult the product label for full and specific details of application|
Following application, the solution containing Monsanto Amenity Glyphosate XL is taken up by the foliage and translocated to the plant’s root systems. Symptoms are seen within 7-10 days after spraying, or longer if growth is slow. Leaves first redden then go yellow. This occurs more quickly on grasses than broad-leavedweeds. The reaction of nettles is slower.
|Monsanto Amenity Glyphosate is a foliar acting herbicide which controls annual and perennial grasses and most broad-leaved weeds when used as directed. It is important that all weeds are at the correct growth stage when treated, otherwise some re-growth may occur and this will need re-treatment.|
|Apply Monsanto Amenity Glyphosate herbicide once grasses and broad-leaved weeds have emerged and they have ACTIVELY GROWING green leaves.|
|PERENNIAL GRASSES must have a full emergence of healthy, green leaf. (Common Couch, for example, becomes susceptible at the onset of tillering and new rhizome growth commences which usually occurs when plants have 4-5 leaves, each with 10-15 cm of new growth).|
|PERENNIAL BROAD-LEAVED WEEDS are most susceptible around the flowering stage.|
|ANNUAL GRASSES AND BROAD-LEAVED WEEDS should have at least 5 cm of leaf, or 2 expanded true leaves, respectively.|
|OTHER SPECIES - recommendations for specific Areas of Use are given on pages 6 and 7 of the product label.|
Upon soil adsorption the herbicidal properties of Monsanto Amenity Glyphosate XL are lost permitting the drilling of crops 48 hours after application. Planting of trees, shrubs etc may take place 7 days after application. Grass seed may be sown from 5 days after treatment.
For further information regarding Mosanto Amenity Glyphosate XL, please contact our technical sales team on 01902 440250.
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