OHP Fireworxx Herbicide is a non-selective herbicide that provides post-emergence control of broadleaf and grassy weeds, moss, and algae in greenhouses, nurseries, landscape ornamentals, crops, non-cropland, and outdoor areas. This fast-acting formula contains a combination of fatty acids caprylic and capric acids which burns down unwanted weeds and vegetation on contact. It works by disrupting the cell wall membranes and getting rid of protective waxes on the leaf tissue, resulting in leaf and stem disintegration and dehydration. It is not translocated so it will not affect plant parts that are not coated with the spray solution. It also has flexible application rates, allowing you to mix formula accordingly. It has a 12-hour re-entry interval, plus an excellent partner with IPM and organic programs. It is OMRI listed so it is safe for organic gardening. Available.in a gallon size.
Outdoors and greenhouses including ornamental, food and non-food crops such as bedding plants, flowering plants and foliage, bulb, cole and leafy vegetables, citrus, Cucurbit vegetables, herbs and spices, legumes and fruiting vegetables, etc.
Mix per 100 gal. of water: For young or newly germinated weeds less than 5 in. tall, moss and algae, mix 3 gal. For weeds larger than 5 in., soft growth perennials and grasses, mix 6 gal. For tough to kill weeds, vines, brush and sucker control, mix 9 gal
Yes, if used as directed on label.
OMRI listed. It will burn only those plant parts that are coated with the spray solution.
Application Directions Shake well before using. Dilute with water using the chart below as a guide. Use the 3% solution for small, easy-to-kill weeds, less than 5 inches tall, and for moss and algae. Use the 3 - 6% solution for larger perennial weeds and grasses. Use the 5 - 9% solution for tough to kill weeds, vines, brush and sucker control. Apply the mixed solution at 0.69 - 9.2 gallons/1,000 ft2 (35 - 400 gallons per acre). In situations where weed pressure is high and/or weeds are larger than 5 inches, higher volumes are advised for acceptable control. Any standard sprayer can be used, including machine and backpack. Do not apply this product by aerial application. Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system. Spray weed thoroughly, using a coarse nozzle setting to reduce drift. Thorough coverage is extremely important. For spot treatment of individual weeds, apply the mixed solution to the center of plant to the point of runoff. Plant damage will be visible from a few hours to 2 days after spraying. Repeat treatment as needed to control new weeds growing from seed and regrowth from biennial and perennial weeds. Avoid spraying desirable plants. Thoroughly wash equipment after use.
3% by volume: For young or newly germinated weeds less than 5 inches tall, moss and algae. Mix 3 gallons per 100 gallons of water or 4 fl. oz. per gallon of water.
6% by volume: For weeds larger than 5 inches, soft growth perennials and grasses. Mix 6 gallons per 100 gallons of water or 8 fl. oz. per gallon of water.
9% by volume: For tough to kill weeds, vines, brush and sucker control. Mix 9 gallons per 100 gallons water or 12 fl. oz. per gallon of water.
Tank mixing with other herbicides: use 1% rate to improve the efficacy of other herbicides including glyphosate, glufosinate, cyclohexanedione, sulfonylurea, and imidazolinone; can be used to improve control of glyphosate-resistant weeds. Observe all the precautions on all tank-mix partner labels.
The FireWorxx user should adhere to any applicable restrictions on the tank mix product. If the compatibility of the tank mix partner is unknown, mixing a small amount of the products in a clear jar is advised prior to mixing a large tank.
Do not allow FireWorxx tank mix to remain longer than 24 hours.
Do not apply FireWorxx through any type of irrigation system.
Do not spray onto desirable plants.
Vegetation Burndown: General control of weeds, grass, algae and moss for site preparation and non-crop areas. Spot treatments may be used in crop and pasture situations. Applications may be made in and around desirable plants when contact of foliage and green bark is avoided.
Directed and Shielded Sprays: Applications may be made around desirable plants when contact of foliage and green bark is avoided.
Pre-plant Application: Prior to Emergence of Plants from Seed, Perennial Rootstocks, and Bulbs, Tubers etc. Ensure applications are made before new growth or crop emerges from soil or damage will occur.
Post-Harvest Spray: To control weeds, grass, moss, and algae growing in fields after the commodity has been harvested.
Sucker Control, Pruning, and Trimming: To burn back and control epicormic shoots, sucker growth, and other unwanted growth on woody trees, foliage growth on vines, excessive cane growth in brambles, or other listed use sites. 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 burndown of weeds to facilitate harvest. Harvest aid and desiccation uses include applications to root and tuber vegetables, bulb vegetables, seed crops, and cotton. Applications must be made at least 24 hours prior to harvest to ensure full burndown.
Structural and Building Applications: To control weeds, grass, moss, and algae in and around buildings and structures such as benches, walls, floors, and roofs.
SEE LABEL FOR COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS.
For terrestrial uses: 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 cleaning equipment or disposing equipment washwaters or rinsate.