Broadleaf weed control in wheat and other small grains, pasture, stubble, fallow, grain sorghum, corn, other crops, turf and non-crop areas.
Provides outstanding post-emergence control of weeds such as Canada thistle, field bindweed, and hemp dogbane.
A precise combination of the dimethylamine (DMA) and diethanolamine (DMA) salts of 2,4-D formulated to hold the droplet size after it leaves the nozzle. The high deposition characteristics of the product ensures that more active ingredient reaches the target weed. Unlike ordinary 2,4-D, Hi-Dep will not burn the leaf. Because it remains moist and does not cystallyze, it allows more active ingredients to enter the weed. The result is more dead weeds
The product moves down to the
roots preventing regrowth and new
shoots. Hi-Dep’s unique characteristics
provide more effective weed and brush control, even when applied to
thick or waxy cuticles or hairy leaf
surfaces such as velvetleaf.
A radioi sotope t racer s tudy
conducted by a major midwestern
university, shows that, within four
hours, over twice as much active ingredient
will move into the roots of field
bindweed than will standard 2,4-D.
Hi-Dep works best when applied as
a low volume spray, preferably 5 to
10 gallons total solution per acre for
most ground applications. It can be
aerially applied and needs only enough
water for a spray volume of 2 gallons
per acre. Check state spray regulations
for exact volumes and boundaries.
- Canada thistle, field bindweed and other tough broadleaf perennials controlled at last - including multiflora rose, buckbrush, and other woody species
- Also very effective on annual broadleaf weeds, including velvetleaf, cocklebur, morningglory, mustards, and ragweed over 120 species listed!
- Can be mixed with many other herbicides
Not all products listed are available for purchase or authorized for use in every state. In addition, some states, counties and cities may require special licensing and training to sell, purchase or apply some of the products presented in this web page. It is the responsibility of the distributor, retailer or professional applicator to verify, before product sale/purchase, that the product is approved for the use intended in their state, county and city.