Avenger AG Organic Weed Killer Herbicide - 5 Gallon Drum

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Organic Status:
OMRI Listed

Avenger Ag Natural Weed Killer is a non-selective, post-emergence herbicide that quickly and effectively kills weeds, grasses and broadleaves without causing harm to the environment. The active ingredient d-limonene (citrus oil) naturally strips away the waxy plant cuticle, causing it to dehydrate and die. University and independent testing results prove that Avenger Weed Killer is as effective but faster acting when compared against leading synthetic herbicides. When tested against non-organic ‘natural’ herbicides that contain vinegar (acetic acid), citric acid, clove oil or fatty acids (soap), it is more effective with quicker results.

AvengerAG is intended for non-selective weed control in and around all crop and non-crop areas. Also available in 1 gal. 

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Rates: Broadcast Applications
Apply AvengerAG at a ratio of 1 part AvengerAG into 6 parts of water (see Table 1).
A minimum spray volume of 60 gallons per acre is recommended. Spray until thoroughly wet. Do not exceed 8 1/2 gallons of AvengerAG per acre per application.
Spot Applications (Spot Treatments):
In cool situations or for tough to kill weeds, a more concentrated spray may be needed. In such situations, spot treatments with a 20% dilution rate of AvengerAG, a ratio of 1 part
AvengerAG into 4 parts of water may be used up to one (1) week before harvest (see Table 2). Do not exceed 8 1/2 gallons of AvengerAG per acre per application.
Directions for Minimizing Spray Drift:
Spray directly on weeds (or apply with hooded spray equipment is recommended to prevent the spray from contacting crop.) Use equipment to direct spray on to the weeds. Do not use
mist blowers or any other application techniques which may result in drift on to desirable vegetation. Do not allow spray solution to drip, splash or drift on to desirable vegetation; small amounts can cause severe damage to crops. Use low drift, low pressure nozzles. These procedures will also reduce the potential for off-target drift and crop injury:
• Spray hoods must be operated on the ground or skimming across ground surface.
• Operate at ground speeds of no greater than 5 miles per hour to avoid bouncing of the spray hoods.
• Apply when wind speeds are 10 miles per hour or less.

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