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Controls annual grass weeds and some broadleaf weeds in beets, pasture and turf/perennial ryegrass
Used in pasture to control barley grass during the winter
Important element of a weed control programme in fodder beets
Fumate is the best and most cost effective way of controlling poa annual in turf crops.
Fumate is also the main chemical used to control barley grass in perennial pastures due to its safety on the perennial species with minimal clover checking.
Fumate is active in the soil for up to 10 weeks after application.
Fumate has the added advantage of controlling a range of broadleaf weeds and can be applied by boom spray or hand gun. Hand gun may be the best method of application for patchy barley grass situations.
Fumate LabelAgrochemicals - NZ
Keep out of reach of children.
Store in accordance with NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals.
Store in original container tightly closed in a locked, dry, cool area away from foodstuffs, fertilizers and seeds.
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