Prime Source 2,4-D Amine 4
Starting at $86.50
The go-to herbicide for killing broadleaf weeds. Safe for most grasses, It can harm St Augustine grass and a few others. Check the product label below for a complete list.
Control over 90 types of broadleaf weeds with Agri Star 2,4-D Amine 4.
This highly effective herbicide features an improved formulation, allowing users to mix it with other herbicides. Plus, the solvent-free, super-soluble formula results in a homogenous solution.
Use Agri Star on cereal grains, corn, rice, sorghum, soybeans (only pre-plant burndown), sugarcane, fallow land, ornamental turf, ornamental grasses, hay grasses, forestry, and aquatic weeds - a wide range of uses.
- A solvent-free, highly soluble formulation that forms a homogeneous solution.
- Effective in controlling more than 90 broadleaf weeds when applied at the young and active growing stage.
- Broad label uses including ornamental grasses, grasses cut for hay, forestry and aquatic weed control.
- Prime Source (Mfg. Number: 50102AL022)
GRASSES GROWN FOR SEED OR SOD FARMS
Agricultural Use Requirements: When used in grass grown for seed or sod farms, follow PPE and reentry instructions in the “Agricultural Use Requirement” section of this label.
TREATMENT SITE/ (APPLICATION TIMING)
2,4-D AMINE 4
SPECIFIC USE DIRECTIONS
Grasses Grown for Seed
3/4 to 1
1 to 4
Apply when weeds are small and actively growing.
Sod Farms (Postemergence)
1/2 to 4
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|Active Ingredient (s)||Dimethylamine Salt of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid 46.8%|
|For Use :||
Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.
Do not use in greenhouses
Applicators must follow all state and local pesticide drift requirements
2,4-D Amine 4 is NOT approved for application to the new
GRASSES GROWN FOR SEED OR SOD FARM PRECAUTIONS:
GRASSES GROWN FOR SEED OR SOD FARM RESTRICTIONS:
2,4-D AMINE 4 contains 0.5 pounds a.e. of 2,4-D per pint. When tank mixing with products that contain 2,4-D, do not exceed a combined total of 4.0 pounds of a.e. per acre per year.