Basagran T & O HerbicideA better Postemergent control
Basagran® T/O herbicide offers reliable, cost-effective postemergent control of tough broadleaf weeds, yellow nutsedge, annual sedges and more. it is labeled for use in container- and field-grown ornamentals. When used as directed, Basagran T/O:
- Provides a cost-effective nutsedge control program.
- Effectively eliminates underground tubers.
- Controls thistles, wild mustard, lawn burweed and other difficult-to-control broadleaf weeds.
- Delivers effective postemergence activity, which allows flexibly timed weed control.
- Can be easily tank-mixed with other herbicides to affordably increase their spectrum of control.
in selected container- and field-grown ornamentals,Basagran T/O controls:
Annual Sedges, Musk Thistle, Canada Thistle, Ragweed, Common Purslane, Spurweed, Dayflower, Wild Mustard, Galinsoga and Yellow Nutsedge.
- Ornamentals: Field and container nurseries and landscape or grounds maintenance
- Turf: Golf courses, residential and commercial lawns, sod farms and athletic fields
- Noncropland Areas: Noncropland areas
4L (Water-Based Soluble Liquid)Active Ingredient:
Sodium BentazonChemical Family:
BenzothiadiazoleMode of Action:
Photosynthetic inhibitor complex II in chloroplast. Produces lipid radical which initiates lipid peroxidation, chlorophyll and carotenoid leaking.Behavior in Plant:
Contact burning action through absorption by plant foliage.
Translocation within the plant is minimal (acropetal or basipetal). Symptom development may take a few days and is temperature dependent (with higher temperatures, faster visual activity will occur).Use Rates:
2 pts per acre in 40 to 80 gals of waterSignal Word:
Long-sleeved shirt and long pants; chemical-resistant gloves; shoes and socks
Keys to Success
Basagran T/O must be combined with a crop oil concentrate (cOc) at 2 pints per acre for performance on targeted species. Applications to ornamentals should be directed around the base of the plant. See the specimen label for instructions on ‘over the top’ applications to selected ornamentals. Good coverage and a 4-hour rain-free period are keys to good activation on susceptible species. Repeat application in 10 to 14 days to improve long-term results when targeting hard-to-control perennial species such as nutsedge and thistles. Basagran T/O has little soil residual activity. refer to specimen label for additional information.
Chlorosis begins 3 to 5 days following application followed by necrosis and desiccation of the plant.
Basagran T/O has shown excellent crop safety in research trials. Refer to product label for a complete list of tested trees, shrubs, perennials, bedding plants and groundcovers. Users should conduct small-scale tests under local growing conditions prior
to wide-scale use.