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THRUST - selective control of annual/perennial broad leaved weeds in grassland

Pack Size / OptionsPrice 
THRUST 5 LTR  £71.80 Inc VAT

Product Description

Why THRUST?

• A cost effective treatment for control of Thistles, Docks and many other grassland weeds
 •A reliable and flexible option for the control of Ragwort. 
• Flexible, robust product. Can be used alone or mixed with a range of other products.
• THRUST can be used by qualified professionals using a knapsack sprayer to control patches weed patches
• No worries about chemical residues or contamination of manure.

 Timing and optimum conditions
Apply in a period of active growth before the grass reaches 25 cm high in the spring or up to 25 cm after cutting. In dense crops use a higher volume of water. Weeds yellowing, under stress or damaged will be less well controlled. Avoid grassland under stress especially drought, water logging, disease or insect attack.

Grassland and amenity grassland:
Maximum application rate: 3.5 l/ha Maximum total dose: Grassland 3.5 l/ha Amenity grassland 7.0 l/ha

SEE LABEL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON RATES

KNAPSACK RATES:

Size of knapsack    Amount of Thrust    Amount of water    Area Covered     
5 ltr                           45 ml                            4.96 litres                 125 m2
10 ltr                          90 ml                           9.9 litres                   250 m2
20 ltr                         180 ml                          19.8 litres                 500 m2

Weed size for best control
THISTLES:
Thistles above are coming into bud. Apply no later than this; at flowering treatment is too late. Apply at seedling stage or up to 50 cm tall. Grass should be less than 25 cm tall
DOCKS:
Dock re-growing two weeks after a silage cut. A good time to apply Thrust. Apply up to 25 cm tall.
RAGWORT: Rosette stage - see attached leaflet for pictoral growth stage

 ADVICE ON RAGWORT CONTROL
Always apply in good growing conditions. It is often better to treat young Ragwort in September before being frost hardened. If applied in the Spring, the Ragwort must be no more advanced than the rosette stage. Ragwort is poisonous but also unpalatable to grazing animals. Once sprayed or mown it loses its bitter taste so it is very important animals are not returned to the field until Ragwort has fully decayed or become unpalatable. This may take up to four weeks. Eliminating Ragwort from a field may take several years as Ragwort seeds can germinate for many years. The addition of an oil to Thrust will further improve control.

 

 

Active Ingredient

344g/l 2,4-D + 120g/l dicamba.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE
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