Selectacide is translocated throughout the plant and affects a plant’s synthesis of plant sugars and its ability to use them.
- Selective weed killer that eradicates unwanted growth
- Absorbed through the leaf and roots of the weed
- Environmentally friendly
- Ideal for bindi removal
- Will not harm grasses
- Recommended for use on golf fairways, bowling greens and sports turf areas
- Queensland blue couch
- Common couch
- Carpet grass
- Kentucy Blue
Directions for use
|Bowling Greens||2 litres to 200 litres of water||Broadleaf weeds such as bindi, clovers, capeweed, cat’s ear, cotula, creeping oxalis, cudweed, chickweed, dandelion, dock, fleabane, fumitory, lamb’s tongue, medics, pearlwort, pennywort, peppercress, scarlet pimpernel, sorrel, toad rush, wireweed.
|Golf Greens||Golf greens 150 ml to 15 litres of water, per 100 sq metres
|Turf Areas||14 litres to 300 litres of water, per hectare
Will not damage the following grasses when used at the prescribed rate: Bent, Queensland Blue Couch, Common Couch, Carpet, Fescue, Ryegrass, Kentucky Blue, Centipede, Paspalum and Wintergrass.
Note that Kikuyu and Buffalo grass may be injured if treatment is repeated within 12 months.
- Add the required quantity to half the required volume of water.
- Agitate and then top up to the required volume.
When to spray:
- Annual weeds: spray when young and vigorous.
- Perennial weeds: spray just prior to flowering and when the soil Is moist.
- Apply with any spray applicator that can deliver up to 50 litres of water per 100 square meters.
- Thoroughly wet the foliage and do not saturate the soil.
- Repeat after 3 weeks if required.