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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by mikeshere89, Apr 21, 2003.
has anyone ever used this turf herbicide and what where your results?
I've used it with good results. I applied it at a 4 pint per acre rate w/ spreader-sticker. ED
what is a spreader sticker? i have the liquid.
1st. Mec amine D, Three Way, Trimec, Stickeforce are all the same thing. Good products that have been around and used successfully for many years. There are some now that are better,
I.E. Momentum, Millenium, Turflon II, Confront.
2nd. Spreader sticker when added to the weed control will
allow it to stick to and spread over the weed's leaf surface better,
which gives you better control.
"when all else fails, read the directions"
I also use this. I think the Lesco price is something like $18 a gallon. You only use 1 tablespoon for 3 gallons of spray. I use it with Roundup and all other liquid apps
I use a non-ionic surfactant.
Again read the label
I use Strike 3 and Confront.
I use non-ionic surfactant.
I use Trimec Plus and/or Momentum.
I've been waiting for this. Whats non-ionic? Also, a Lesco rep told me that a tablespoon of dish wash liquid would do the same thing but I question that.
Dish soap will work, BUT is it registered and legal for use that way? I know it sounds ridiculous but....could this be enforced as illegal if they really wanted to be ***holes?
What is surfactant? Look in your pesticide books.
I know what a surfactant is, I wanted to know what non-ionic means? By the way, just because a person is certified does not mean they know all this stuff. I'm certified and I have more questions than ever and I'm assuming this forum is here to help all of us?