Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Ron from Campbellsport, Wi
    07/07/2019
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    Will Mec Amine D kill asparagus?
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    Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide cannot be appplied within 10 feet of edibles. You can use Agrisel Avenger RTU can be used to spray actively growing weeds in a vegetable garden carefully as directed.

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  • Asked by Mark from Bellevue, Ia
    05/30/2017
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    How long after a Mec Amine D application should I wait to fertilize?
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    There is no wait time after applying Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide to apply fertilizer.

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  • Asked by Kathy from Nampa, Id
    07/06/2016
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    Will Mec Amine D kill Canadian Thistle?
    A

    Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide is not labeled to eradicate Canadian Thistle. Please let us know what type of desired area/turf that you are treating so that we can offer an alternative product selection to best fit your needs.

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  • Asked by Vicki from Eden Prairie, Mn
    06/01/2019
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    When can I reseed after applying Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide?
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    According to the Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide product label areas treated with this product may be reseeded 3 to 4 weeks after application. 

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  • Asked by Leslie from Eden
    04/12/2017
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    Will Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide kill puncture vine?
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    Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide is not labeled for puncture vine.  We would recommend using Monterey Brush & Vine Control for puncture vine.  You will use 1 fl. oz. per gallon of water.

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  • Asked by Harold from Plains
    08/21/2017
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    Are EndRun and Mec Amine-D the same? I am going to be using the chemical on golf courses.
    A

    Both Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide and EndRun Herbicide contain the same 3 active ingredients in the same percentages, and both are labeled for use on golf courses to control weeds. We cannot say for certain that the products are 100% the same since the inert ingredients are privy only to the manufacturers. 

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  • Asked by Steve from Campbellsport Wi
    07/28/2018
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    I sprayed our horse pasture with 4 pints of Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide to 60 gallons of water.
    How long do we have to keep the horses out?
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    Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide is not labeled for use on pastures and is not recommended anywhere animals graze, it is only for meant for turfgrass.  We would recommend checking directly with the manufacturer for advice on how long to wait after applying off label.  Loveland Products can be reached at (970) 685-3300.

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  • Asked by Corine from Pekin, Nd
    09/05/2018
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    How much Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide do I need for my two gallon sprayer?
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    According to the product label you should use between 1.1 and 1.5 ounces of the Mec Amine 3 Way per 1000 sq/ft in no less than 2 gallons of water.

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  • Asked by Trevor from Hansen, Idaho
    06/04/2019
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    Will Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide kill puncture vine/goat heads?
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    Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide will not treat for Puncturevine/Goat weed. Hi Yield 2,4 D is labeled for Puncturevine.

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  • Asked by Steve from Albert Lea Mn
    05/21/2019
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    I seeded my lawn on Monday and the sprayer came applied Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide on Wednesday. Will my grass seed grow or do I have to wait 3 to 4 weeks to reapply?
    A

    The Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide product label states that you cannot apply to a newly seeded lawn until after the second mowing.  You will just have to wait and see if the seed will grow if the product was applied sooner.  You may need to reseed.   f

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  • Asked by Carol from Nevada
    04/29/2014
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    How long after Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide before Horses can go back on pasture?
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    Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide is not labeled for pastures, so we cannot recommend it. You can however, use Martins Clear Pasture. Please review the product label for grazing restrictions.
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  • Asked by Hugh from Oregon
    05/11/2019
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    Can I spray Mec Amine D 3 Way Broadleaf herbicide near blueberry bushes?
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    Yes as long as you keep applications at least 10 feet away from edibles it will be fine to use Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide.

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  • Asked by Paul from Provo, Ut
    05/17/2018
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    What is the mixing ratio for clover and dandelions using Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide?
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    Like most herbicides, there is not a specific amount of Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide needed per gallon of water, as water is only the carrier. The label states that for cool seasons grasses 1.1- 1.5 fl oz of product is used over 1,000 sq foot area. For warm season grasses the label states 0.75- 0.9 fl oz should be used in a 1,000 sq ft area. Your goal with herbicides is to get the recommended amount of product over the area to be treated as water is just the carrier. On average you will use between 1 and 2 gallons (could be up to 5 gallons) of water per 1000 sq/ft when applying herbicides and you will need to calibrate your sprayer to the output that best fits your yard and application rate for your turf. To calibrate your equipment, for example, a 1 gallon sprayer, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used the entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount of product in 1 gallon of water. If it takes you more water to cover the area you would use the higher rate of product to ensure optimum results.

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  • Asked by Janet from Farmersville, Oh
    05/02/2018
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    Does Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide affect honey bees or can it kill a nearby hive?
    A

    Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide  should not harm honey bees as long as they are not sprayed directly or contact the wet surfaces. It is best to apply products when bees are not foraging.

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  • Asked by Sig from Yakima Wa.
    10/06/2014
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    Will Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide and RoundUp mixed kill bar harbor shrub?
    if I mix Mec Amine and Roundup will that kill the Bar Harbor. I only want to kill the Thistles grass and Morning Glory growing in the Bar harbor
    A
    Yes, Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide and RounUp both could kill your shrub. Be careful not to spray any desirables and try your best to keep any overspray off of your desirable shrubs because of the risk of harm.
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  • Asked by Jason from Colman, Sd
    09/29/2018
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    Does Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide work on thistles?
    A

    Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide is not labeled for thistles. Please provide the type of thistle you are targeting and the desired turf species for an alternate recommendation.

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  • Asked by Jennifer from Devon, Pa
    05/14/2019
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    What is the active chemical in Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide?
    Does it have any ingredients in common with Round-Up?
    A

    The active ingredients in Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide are 2,4-D, dimethylamine salt 30.56%, Dicamba, dimethylamine salt 2.77%, MCPP-P, DMA salt 8.17%.  It does not contain the same active ingredient as Roundup.  Roundup contains Glyphosate.

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  • Asked by Bernie from Sandstone, Mn
    07/19/2018
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    Is Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide a "Restricted" herbicide?
    A

    Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide is not a restricted use product.  It can be used by people without a license on their own properties as directed on the product label.

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  • Asked by Derek
    06/18/2018
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    How much Mec Amine-D would I apply for 2.5 acres?
    A

    Like most herbicides, there is not a specific amount of Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide needed per gallon of water, as water is only the carrier. The label states that for cool seasons grasses 1.1- 1.5 fl oz of product is used over 1,000 sq foot area. For warm season grasses the label states 0.75- 0.9 fl oz should be used in a 1,000 sq ft area. Your goal with herbicides is to get the recommended amount of product over the area to be treated as water is just the carrier. On average you will use between 1 and 2 gallons (could be up to 5 gallons) of water per 1000 sq/ft when applying herbicides and you will need to calibrate your sprayer to the output that best fits your yard and application rate for your turf. To calibrate your equipment, for example, a 1 gallon sprayer, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used the entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount of product in 1 gallon of water. If it takes you more water to cover the area you would use the higher rate of product to ensure optimum results. Depending on what rate you are applying, 2.5 gal Mec Amine D will cover approx. 3 acres.

     

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  • Asked by Patrick from Cabot, Pa
    04/19/2018
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    How much Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide do I need on cool season turf in a 200 gal.tank?
    Spraying at 2 gal. per min?
    A

    Mec Amine D 3-Way Broadleaf Herbicide is not a set rate per water used but instead is per area per the product label.  It would be applied at the rate of 3 to 4 pints per acre (1.1 to 1.5 fl oz/1000 sqft).  For normal application use 40-80 gallons of water per acre (1 to 2 gallons of water per 1000 sqft).  For professional lawn maintaince use to 5 gallons of water per 1000 sqft.


     

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