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RWWP 2,4-D LV6 2.5 Gal | RWWP 2,4-D 2.5GAL HERBICIDE

25.00 LBS
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Understanding Weed Management:
RWWP Weed Management

RWWP 2,4-D LV6 2.5 Gal | RWWP 2,4-D 2.5GAL HERBICIDE

2,4-D LV6 – a specially formulated post-emergence herbicide that provides effective control and suppression of brush, annual, biennial, and perennial weeds on CRP, corn, grain sorghum, pastures, rangeland, fallow systems, and other crops. It contains a combination of Dimethylamine salt, ester, and acid 2,4-D formulations which offers excellent and dependable control on emerged broadleaf weeds. Use 2,4-D for broadleaf weeds only, will not work for grasses.

Use to kill broadleaf weeds in plots of the following Real World products – Nutri-crave corn, switchgrass, Bedding-in-a-Bag, and Enlist soybeans

SOLD IN 2.5 Gallon Jugs

Minimum of 10 gallons of spray per acre. 2 pints 2,4-D per acre.
Rate varies by treatment site, target weeds, crop, soils, weather, equipment, etc.... Always read and follow label instructions; Real World will not answer herbicide application questions.
Always read and follow label directions when using any herbicide product. Real World Wildlife Products does NOT offer advice pertaining to herbicide use!

Herbicide Information:

Keep in mind that you should always follow the label directions for any chemical. Real World does not and will not give any recommendations regarding application rates or methods. READ THE LABEL!

Understanding Different Herbicides In basic terms, herbicides will typically fall into one of the following categories; pre-emergent or post-emergent. It is important to understand how the herbicide you are using works.

Pre-Emergent Herbicides are applied to the soil to help prevent weeds from growing. How long a pre-emergent herbicide works and what specific weed species it works on will vary with each herbicide and application rate.

Post-Emergent Herbicides are used to kill weeds that are already growing. These herbicides are sometimes selective to kill only certain weed/plant species and sometimes are non-selective, meaning they kill almost any plant they come into contact with. Post-emergent herbicides always work best on smaller, young, vigorously growing weeds.


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