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Pure grow weed crush

Storage Instructions: Store in original container only. Keep container tightly closed. Store in a cool, dry area away from heat or open flame. If product freezes, shake well before use once it has thawed.

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Shelf Life: 2 years

WEED CRUSH™ acts through contact and protects the soil, flora, and fauna – meaning it will not be toxic to humans or animals.

Total WEED CRUSH™ Concentrate is an organic, environmentally safe, non-selective vegetation killer. It is designed to control grass and weeds, act fast and last long..00

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Active Ingredients: 70% Clove Oil, 30% Inert Ingredients

Pure grow weed crush

WEED CRUSH™ Ready-To-Use is an organic, environmentally safe, non-selective vegetation killer. It is designed to control grass and weeds, act fast and last long.

When to Use: when weeds are actively growing and prior to its flowering stage. Use it when weed infestation level is high. Apply anytime spring through fall when temperatures are between 50° – 90° F.

Benefits

Kills & Prevents: Grass, crabgrass, broadleaf weeds, dandelions, foxtail, chickweed, plantain, annual bluegrass, clover, etc.

How Often to Use: Use as needed.

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Pure grow weed crush

Monitor for weeds when they are expected to emerge.

Weed Management Before Planting

For soils with a high salt content or areas where soils lack adequate drainage, such as heavy clay soils, plant alfalfa using broadcast or drilled methods on raised beds or with shallow corrugations which allow water to drain off the field. Possible weed problems associated with this practice include increased weed numbers in the furrows and decreased effectiveness of water-run herbicides, caused by uneven water distribution across the bed. When planted on beds, alfalfa is not as competitive against weeds, because the furrow is not covered completely by the crop canopy.

Monitoring

For more information on weed management in alfalfa, see Irrigated Alfalfa Management for Mediterranean and Desert Zones, UC ANR Publication 3512.