Beloukha Herbicide is a highly effective contact herbicide that is specifically made to target a broad spectrum of unwanted broadleaf weeds. Contains pelargonic acid which is known to be an excellent aid in preventing the growth of weeds. It controls weeds that are actively growing in turf. Beloukha Herbicide eliminates both annual and perennial broadleaf weeds, including cryptogams and mosses. It is non-staining, and rainfast within 2 hours after application. This powerful herbicide is perfect for various weather conditions, but is especialy effective in hot and dry weather. It comes in a convenient emulsifiable concentrate with low odor formula so it is safe to use in multiple environments. For use in bedding plants, turfgrass, shrubs, trees, and landscape areas.
Annual and perennial broadleaf and grass weeds, as well as most mosses and other cryptogams.
For use in
Turfgrass, Bedding plants, Foliage and flowering plants, Perennials, Shrubs and trees, Around buildings and structures, Greenhouse and interior, Non-crop industrial areas; dry aquatic sites; dry drainage areas.
Apply spray solution in properly maintained and calibrated equipment capable of delivering desired volumes. Applications should be properly directed to avoid spraying or allowing drift to desirable plants.
Yes, if used as directed on the label.
The ideal concentration rate between 5% and 8% – 6.5 to 10.5 fl oz of Beloukha per one gallon of water.
DO NOT apply directly to water, or to areas where surface water is present or to intertidal areas below the mean high watermark.
DO NOT contaminate water when disposing of equipment wash waters or rinsate. DO NOT apply to water.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. DO NOT apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the State or Tribal agency responsible for pesticide regulation.
See the “Use Sites” section of this label to match the method of use with the crop or use situation.
Vegetative Burndown - General control of weeds for seedbed or site preparation, non-crop and around aquatic sites. Spot treatments may be used in crop and pasture situations
Directed and Shielded Sprays - Applications may be made in and around desirable plants when contact of foliage and green bark is avoided.
Prior to Emergence of Plants from Seed, Perennial Rootstocks, Corms and Bulbs - Ensure applications are made before new growth or crop emerges from soil or damage will occur.
Dormant or Post Harvest Spray - For control of weeds growing in dormant turf or fields after this commodity has been harvested. Partially green growth will be killed or stunted.
Sucker Control, Pruning and Trimming - To burn back unwanted basal sucker growth on woody trees and foliage growth on vines, and excessive cane growth in brambles. Apply only to unwanted vegetative parts. Apply before suckers become woody.
Harvest Aid and Desiccation - To remove leaves of plants prior to harvest and/or burn- down of weeds to facilitate harvest. Harvest aid and desiccation uses include applications to root and tuber vegetables, bulb vegetables and cotton only. Applications must be made no later than twenty-four hours prior to harvest (pre-harvest interval = 24 hours).
Structural and Building Applications - Apply to unwanted vegetation in and around buildings and structures. Application to walks, benches, walls, floors, roofs, cooling pads for the control of moss and certain algae. A temporary residue or precipitate may result when used on some types of concrete, masonry, brick or stone.
MIXING AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES
APPLY SPRAY SOLUTION IN PROPERLY MAINTAINED AND CALIBRATED EQUIPMENT CAPABLE OF DELIVERING DESIRED VOLUMES. APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE PROPERLY DIRECTED TO AVOID SPRAYING OR ALLOWING DRIFT TO DESIRABLE PLANTS. ALWAYS CLEAN TANK, PUMP, AND LINE THOROUGHLY WITH WATER AFTER USE.
Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.
This product may not be aerially applied. Spray droplet size should be adjusted to minimize drift and allow application to the intended exposure area only.
This product mixes readily with water. Prior to application, prepare the spray mixture by filling the spray or mix tank with ¾ the required amount of water then add the proper amount of product. Fill remainder of tank with water to the total amount of spray solution needed. Remove hose promptly from tank to avoid spray solution siphoning back into hose or water source. Mix well.
Foaming may occur during mixing and/or application. If needed, a defoaming agent may be added to prevent excessive foaming. Ensure that foaming agent is approved for use around crops if area to be sprayed includes edible crops.
For best results, ensure that the product is thoroughly mixed at filling and during spray application. Agitation should be maintained during operation. For sprayers without agitation, mix or shake solution regularly to maintain suspension. Without agitation, product separates quickly from spray solution.
NOTE: To assure compatibility of this product with other products, pour the products into a small container of water in the correct proportions. After thorough mixing, let stand for 5 minutes. If the combination remains mixed, or can be re-mixed readily, the mixture is compatible.
Make foliar applications by ground in sufficient water for complete coverage of the foliage. Unless otherwise specified elsewhere in this label, use a minimum of 20 gallons of water/Acre. DO NOT apply this product aerially. DO NOT apply this product through any type of irrigation system. Adjust spray droplet size to minimize drift and contain application to intended exposure areas only.
For best results with backpack or other small tank applicators ensure thorough mixing of herbicidal solution at filling and during the spray operation. Sprayers without continuous agitation should be shaken or mixed regularly to maintain suspension. Without agitation, this product separates quickly out of the spray solution.
DO NOT apply to weeds when wet from dew, rain or irrigation. DO NOT irrigate within 2 hours after application.
DO NOT apply if rainfall is expected within 2 hours.
Mix this product in theproportions as listed in the rates table below and deliver the spray solution through boom or high volume and hand held equipment.
CARE MUST BE EXERCISED TO AVOID CONTACT OF SPRAY WITH FOLIAGE OF DESIRABLE TURFGRASSES, TREES, SHRUBS, OR OTHER DESIRABLE VEGETATION SINCE DAMAGE MAY RESULT.
Best results are obtained when applications are made to young succulent weeds and when spray solutions cover all leaf surfaces. Mature, woody weeds are less susceptible. Repeat applications as needed to give desirable levels of weed control.
Select nozzles/pressure combinations that deliver large coarse droplets such as solid cones or flat fans at low pressures, and avoid nozzle/pressure combinations that generate fine particles or mist. If spraying areas adjacent to desirable plants, use a shield to help prevent spray from contacting foliage of desirable plants.
Treated areas may be reseeded or transplanted into as soon as desirable levels of weed control are obtained.
Root, tuber and perennial vegetables
Asparagus, artichoke, beet, carrot, ginger, ginseng, horseradish parsnip, potato, radish, rutabaga, sweet potato, turnip and yam. Harvest aid and desiccation uses are only approved for root and tuber vegetables in this crop group.
Beans (Phaseolus spp. such as: field green, kidney, lima, mung, navy, pinto, snap, and wax beans) (Vigna spp. such as: black-eyed, Chinese longbean, cowpea, and southern pea) peas (Pisum spp. such as: garden, green, sugar and snow pea), lentil, and soybean
Method: 1, 2, 3
Eggplant, okra, pepper (bell, chili, sweet), pimento, and tomato.
Method: 1, 2, 3
Cucurbits and Melons
Cucumber, gourd, muskmelon, cantaloupe, pumpkin, squash, and watermelon
Method: 1, 2, 3
Grapefruit, kumquat, lemon, lime, orange, tangerine, and tangelo.
Method: 1, 2
Apple, crabapple, pear, and quince
Method: 1, 2, 5
Apricot, cherry, nectarine, peach, plum, and prune
Barley, buckwheat, canola, corn (field, popcorn, sweetcorn), cotton, cowpea, millet, oat, peanut, rice, rye, safflower, sorghum, sugarcane, sunflower, and wheat. Harvest aid and desiccation uses are only approved for cotton in this crop group.
Method: 1, 2, 3, 6
Forages and Pasture Grasses (Forage or Seed)
Alfalfa, clovers, trefoil, vetch, bromegrass, fescue, bluegrass, lespedeza, ryegrass, sudangrass, timothy, range grasses, and crops grown for livestock feed.
Method: 1, 3, 4
Herbs & Spices
Anise, basil, caraway, chive, cumin, curry, dill, fennel, oregano, mints, rosemary, sage, savory, sweet bay, tarragon, thyme and wintergreen
Method: 1, 3, 2, 4
Beverage and Specialty Crops
Cocoa, coffee, hops, tea, tobacco, and jojoba.
Method: 1, 2, 5
*See label for the complete list of crops and application methods.