Finale Herbicide is a nonselective herbicide providing quick and efficient control of a multitude of emerged undesirable plants including grasses (annual/perennial), woody species, and broadleafs. Finale makes its way through green tissue quickly with results in one to four days. Hard to kill weeds like thistle, poison ivy, and dandelion are controlled quickly by Finale one-of-a-kind mode of action.
Low soil-residual activity allows for transplanting or seeding in treated areas within hours after an application (see label).
Convenient and compatible, Bayer Finale Herbicide mixes well with many popular herbicides. Finale can be applied through a wide range of spray equipment.
This is now a BASF product, previously manufacturered by Bayer.
Finale Herbicide is a non-selective water-soluble herbicide for application as a foliar spray for the control of a broad spectrum of emerged annual and perennial grass and broad-leaf weeds. Plants that have not yet emerged at the time of application will not be controlled. THOROUGH SPRAY COVERAGE IS IMPORTANT. Visual effects and control from application of Finale Herbicide occur within 2 to 4 days after application under good growing conditions.
Finale is non-selective and will injure or kill all green vegetation contacted by the spray. A void all contact with foliage or green tissue of desirable vegetation. Avoid direct spray contact with green, thin, or uncalloused bark of desirable vegetation or plant injury may result. If desirable vegetation is contacted, rinse the sprayed portion with water immediately.
Finale Herbicide works best when weeds are actively growing. Weed control may be reduced when applications are made to weeds under stress due to drought or cool temperatures. Weeds under stress or in dense populations will require application at the highest rate recommended.
We purchased it because Rely was unavailable. Bayer has left many customers without Rely. Not a good thing. Pro: could be purchased through mail order. Same active ingredient as Rely. It does work Con: more diluted than Rely so more expensive for the same results.
This product works very well to kill weeds, but does not have the lasting effect of Roundup. You will have to apply about twice as often as Roundup. We have made the decision that it is worth the cost and effort to avoid using the potentially harmful glyphosate found in Roundup.
I used Finale with an ounce of Sharpen Herbicide and it killed briars, oak and gum samplings as well as misc broadleaves brown and dead within 3 days... even took out clover that 41%Glyphosate (even spiked with UAN) barely curled the leaves on. My new go to combination.
This product smokes Horse Tail/Mare's Tail weed and others . We have had lots of trouble with this weed and found ourselves behind a 500,000 btu burner to get rid of them. Add your other post killer and surfactant and your done.
Application amount of Finale Herbicide per gallon of water?
In a 24 gallon tank, how much Finale Herbicide should be used?
The usage rate will vary greatly depending on what you are treating for and what type of grass you have. The product label lists all of the usage rates but you if you still need help after reviewing the label please let us know what type of grass you have, what type of weeds you are targeting, whether you will be spot treating or broadcast spraying and how much space you need to cover.
If not what is the best brand for that? We also have some large ant mounds, what is the best killer for them?
Yes, you can use Finale Herbicide to kill Poison Oak. You would use a rate of 3 oz. per gallon of water for weeds with height or diameter less than 6 inches, and 4 oz. per gallon of water if weed height or diameter is over 6 inches. For broadcast applications, you would use 4 quarts per Acre for plants less than 8 inches, or 6 quarts per Acre for plants greater than 8 inches. Please see the product label for complete application instructions.
For Fire Ant or other ant mound treatment, our most popular choice is Talstar P. You can view more information about this treatment in our Fire Ant Guide here.