Drexel MSMA 6 Plus is a powerful formula that features a combination of herbicide and surfactant in one product. It contains 6 pounds of MSMA per gallon which provides selective, postemergence control of tough weeds on cotton, sod farms, golf courses, and highway rights-of-way. It is completely water soluble for ease of use, plus it can be tank-mixed with multiple herbicides for enhanced efficiency. It delivers excellent result without the need for additional surfactant, making it easier and more convenient to use. Best used on young and actively growing weeds. Effective against bahiagrass, barnyardgrass, broomsedge, chickweed, cocklebur, crabgrass, dallisgrass, dandelion, florida beggarweed, foxtail, goosegrass, Jimsonweed, Johnsongrass, nutsedge, pigweed, puncturevine, purslane, ragweed, sandbur, sicklepod, witchgrass, and more. Avaialble in a 2.5-gallon jug.
This product is not for use on turfgrass in areas not listed on the label, ie residential or commerical lawns.
Cotton, Golf courses and Sod farms, and Highway Rights-of-Way.
This product is completely water-soluble. Fill the spray equipment reservoir about half full with water and add the required amount of herbicide with agitation. Finish filling the tank with water and apply.
Do not apply this product in Florida except on Cotton in the counties listed in the Cotton use section of this label.
Aerial application is prohibited, except when applying to Cotton.
This product is completely water-soluble. Fill the spray equipment reservoir about half full with water and add the required amount of herbicide with agitation. Finish filling the tank with water and apply. After use, clean equipment thoroughly by flushing with water. Do not store spray solution in tank for a prolonged period. Although this product is only moderately corrosive, do not use in galvanized or aluminum equipment.
This product is useful for the control of weeds listed under “USE INFORMATION” section and many similar weeds. Applications can be made: 1) Post-emergent, over the top, when Cotton is 3 to 6 inches high or up to early first square stage, whichever occurs first using ground or aircraft equipment. 2) Post-emergent as a directed spray with ground equipment when Cotton is 3 inches high to first bloom. Slight burning and a reddish discoloration of the Cotton leaf may occasionally occur following application, but the Cotton plant will develop normally.
Do not apply in Florida except on Cotton grown in the following counties: Calhoun, Columbia, Escambia, Gadsden, Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Suwannee, Walton and Washington. Note: Applications to Cotton in Florida should be confined to band treatments.
Only one application at 2 pounds a.i. (2.66 pts. of this product) per acre is allowed per season, except when a salvage operation is needed.
If a salvage operation is needed ( i.e., if Pigweed escapes the first application), then a second or repeat application at 2 pounds a.i. (2.66 pts. of this product) per acre is allowed.
A second or repeat application, if needed, should be timed 1 to 3 weeks after the first application. Apply only as a salvage operation. Apply only to healthy rapidly growing Cotton 3 inches high, but no later than 6 inches high or early square, whichever occurs first. Preference should be given to directed spray. In order to minimize injury, the second application should be made as a directed spray when possible.
Do not make more than two applications per season.
Do not apply more than a total of 4 pounds a.i. per acre per season.
Do not apply pre-plant to Cotton.
Do not apply within 50 feet of permanent water bodies or aquatic habitat, including, but not limited to lakes, reservoirs, rivers, streams, marshes, ponds and estuaries.
Do not allow spray or spray drift to contact adjacent crops or injury will result.
Apply only on still days when weather conditions do not favor drift from areas being treated. Aircraft applications of this product should only be made by applicators experienced in use of herbicides, and application should be made in accordance with State and Federal regulations.
Do not feed treated foliage to livestock or graze treated areas.
Post-Emergent Applications Using Ground or Aircraft Equipment as an Over-the-Top Broadcast
Spray when Cotton is 3 inches high until early first square stage as a salvage operation. One application: Apply 2.5 pints in 40 gallons of water for ground application, or in 5 to 10 gallons of water for aircraft application per acre. DO NOT repeat this treatment. Two applications: Mix at the rate of 1 to 1.25 pints of this product in 40 gallons of water for ground equipment or in 5 to 10 gallons of water for aircraft application per acre of Cotton. If needed, a second or repeat application should be made 1 to 3 weeks after the first application. Apply only as a salvage operation. Apply only to healthy, rapidly growing Cotton, 3 inches high, but no later than 6 inches high or early square, whichever occurs first. Preference should be given to directed sprays. In order to minimize injury, the second application should be made as a directed spray when possible. DO NOT make more than two applications per season. Do not feed treated foliage to livestock or graze treated areas.
Post-emergent Directed Spray Applications: Mix this product at the rate of 2.66 pints in 40 gallons of water per acre for application as directed broadcast spray when weeds are small. For band applications, mix 2.66 pints in 40 gallons of water per acre, then apply 1 gallon of the diluted spray for each 1 inch band width to be treated of Cotton grown on 40 inch row spacing. Direct the spray solution to the base of the Cotton plant. Nozzles should be placed so as to avoid spraying the Cotton foliage, but to give good coverage of the weeds. If regrowth occurs, make a second application about 1 to 3 weeks after the first. Make directed applications only when Cotton is 3 inches high to first bloom. Do not apply after first bloom. Do not feed treated foliage to livestock or graze treated areas.
SEE LABEL FOR COMPLETE RATES AND INSTRUCTIONS.
Do not apply directly to water or to areas where surface water is present or to intertidal areas below the mean high water mark. Do not contaminate water when cleaning equipment or disposing of equipment washwaters or rinsate.
Worked well on sand spur, johnson grass and crab grass. Mixed one ounce to one gallon of water and in hot north Texas caused discoloration of my Bermuda but it came back in about 2 weeks. I wouldn't apply in temps over 90 for lawns
You have to know how and when to use this stuff for it to be effective. it is a post emergent yes it will turn your lawn a little yellow but it will come right back if nixed correctly.. i LOVE this stuff and recommend it just do the research and use it
I first starting using Drexel MSMA in the 70's at my parents home. I always wanted them to have the best looking lawn in the neighborhood. No really knowing about measuring, I sprayed the whole lawn with this stuff and it turned the yard brown. the temps were in the mid 80's. It stayed in the grass for about two weeks before I started watering it. This stuff really works.
I mixed as the directions said. 2oz per gallon per 1000 square feet.
The liquid performed exactly as expected.
Weeds are brown and grass is a little yellowed temporarily. Maybe just a lighter shade if green.
Works perfect for me.
Can Drexel MSMA 6 Plus be use in Fescue and Bermuda grass? Amount per 4 gallon sprayer?
Drexel MSMA 6 Plus was only labeled to be used on Cotton, Golf courses and Sod farms, and Highway Rights-of-Way. It was not labeled to be used on homes lawns containing fescue or bermuda. Dismiss Nxt is an option for dallisgrass safe for both bermuda and fescue.