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GrazonNext® HL herbicide is the easiest way to get broadleaf weeds out of the way of pasture production. It provides a simple, lasting solution for the toughest pasture and rangeland weeds and clears the way for more forage, meaning greater flexibility in a grazing program and higher per-acre beef production at the lowest cost possible.
GrazonNext® HL herbicide simplifies pasture weed control, allowing ranchers to focus on other aspects of their ranch. Rate selection is simple. Go with 1.5, 2 or 2.1 pints per acre for most weed complexes. And one application provides season-long control.
GrazonNext HL controls more than 100 annual, biennial and perennial broadleaf weeds. It is especially tough on hard-to-kill perennials, including nightshades, Canada thistle, horsenettle and Texas bullnettle, while providing sharper burndown of many other broadleaf weeds, such as biennial thistles, cocklebur, dandelion, annual broomweed, curly dock, ironweed and ragweeds.
GrazonNext HL provides excellent pre- and postemergence control of broadleaf weeds and stays on the job all season long to help ranchers get the job done effectively and efficiently. With systemic mode of action and residual activity, GrazonNext HL has a lasting effect on rangeland and pastures in one application. GrazonNext HL is readily translocated and controls the entire plant, not just the part above ground.
This product delivers effective weed control against the following:
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Cattle producers in 21 states now can get pasture weed control and fertilization in a single step via dry fertilizer impregnated with GrazonNext® HL or Chaparral™ herbicide. After all, when you fertilize without weed control, you’re feeding the weeds
Triisopropanolammonium salt of 2-pyridine carboxylic acid, 4-amino-3,6-dichloro-; dimethyl amine salt of (2,4-dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid
1.2 to 2.1 pints per acre
Treat when weeds are actively growing and not stressed by drought or other conditions. Increase the herbicide rate within the labeled rate range as the season progresses and plants become more mature.
Broadcast by ground or by air. Spot treatment.
In research conducted by Dr. Kevin Bradley at the University of Missouri, a pasture was split in half, with one side treated with herbicide, the other left untreated. Controlling clover was a big concern during the study — would the cattle be negatively affected by the loss of clover? Four months after treatment, cattle grazed 74 percent of the time on the treated half and only 26 percent on the untreated area.
Label precautions apply to forage treated with Chaparral, GrazonNext HL or Milestone and to manure from animals that have consumed treated forage within the last three days. Consult the label for full details.
™®Trademark of Dow AgroSciences, DuPont or Pioneer, and their affiliated companies or their respective owners. Chaparral, GrazonNext HL and Milestone are not registered for sale or use in all states. Contact your state pesticide regulatory agency to determine if a product is registered for sale or use in your state. State restrictions on the sale and use of Remedy Ultra apply. Consult the label before purchase or use for full details. Always read and follow label directions.