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Basagran for Post Emergent Weed Control
Basagran Herbicide is a selective postemergence herbicide for the control of Broadleaf Weeds, Annual Sedges, and Yellow Nutsedge in established turf. Basagran Herbicide does not kill turf/grasses. Basagran Herbicide is effective mainly through contact action; therefore, all plants must be thoroughly covered with spray. Weeds controlled by Basagran Herbicide in turf are: Annual Sedges, Yellow Nutsedge, Lambsquarters, Venice Fallow, Shepherdspurse, Smartweed, Chickweed, Common Groundsel, Ladysthumb, Jimsonweed, Galinsoga, Common Purslane, Cocklebur, Beggarticks, Wild Mustard, Wild Poinsettia, Wild Buckwheat, Velvetleaf, Canada Thistle, and Musk Thistle. Weeds suppressed by Basagran® Turf and Ornamental Herbicide include: Common Ragweed, Giant Ragweed, Wild Sunflower, and Morningglory. Some weeds not controlled include: Purple Nutsedge, Pigweed, Plantain, Dandelion, Onion/Garlic, Wood Sorrel, and Spurge.
Basagran Herbicide may be used on established Bluegrass , Fescue, Bentgrass, Bermudagrass, Bahiagrass, Centipedegrass, Zoysiagrass, Ryegrass, and St. Augustinegrass. Apply Basagran Herbicide post emergently to weeds that are actively growing and under good soil moisture conditions. If desired control of Yellow Nutsedge or Canada Thistle is not obtained with the first application, make additional applications at intervals of 10-14 days or when new growth appears. In the northern United States , Yellow Nutsedge can emerge from May through July; whereas, in the southern United States , Nutsedge and Broadleaf Weeds can emerge throughout the year. Therefore, initial applications should be planned when most plants have emerged. If new plants emerge later in the season, make additional applications of Basagran Turf and Ornamental Herbicide in accordance with the label directions. In unmowed turf, make first application after emergence but before Yellow Nutsedge, Annual Sedge and Canada Thistle are 8 inches tall. Annual broadleaf weeds should be no taller than 4 inches. Thorough spray coverage of Yellow Nutsedge is essential for maximum control.
Basagran Herbicide should be applied when weeds are actively growing and before they reach the maximum size. Basagran Herbicide should be applied around landscape and ornamental trees, shrubs, flowers, and other plants as a directed spray and away from the foliage of desired plants, unless otherwise directed. Injury may occur with post-directed application of Basagran Herbicide when used under the tree line or over the roots of Sycamore and over the roots of Rhododendron. Do not use if the risk of injury to these plants is not acceptable. Two applications are preferred for best results. Apply 0.55 to 0.75 fluid ounces per 1,000 square feet of Basagranl Herbicide when plants are 6 to 8 inches tall. If needed, make a second application at the same rate 7 to 10 days later. Add oil concentrate to the spray solution of Basagran Herbicide/water for each application. A 16 ounce bottle of Basagran will treat 20,000 square feet of lawn or 10,000 square feet of lawn with the recommended two application method as stated above.