Basagran Herbicide Label

Basagran is a selective herbicide that controls grasses and broadleaf weeds on the lawn. It controls yellow nutsedge, green killing, purple nutsedge, wild onion, and other difficult-to-control weeds. It is applied to the lawn as a post-emergent herbicide.

Basagran works by inhibiting photosynthesis in the weed but not in the lawngrass. This causes the weed to die. It takes about two weeks for control to begin and about six weeks for complete control of all weeds. If a second application is required, it should be made at least two weeks after the first application.

BASAGRAN Herbicide is a postemergence herbicide for use in soybeans, dry beans, and peas. BASAGRAN provides reliable weed control from burndown to preemergence in soybeans, dry beans, and peas at a fraction of the cost of competitive materials. BASAGRAN controls annual broadleaf weeds and certain perennial weeds as they emerge up to 12 inches tall. BASAGRAN also provides effective control of existing vegetation before planting.

BASAGRAN herbicide may be applied in the spring to burndown existing vegetation and to control weeds as they emerge up to 12 inches tall.

BASAGRAN herbicide may be applied in the spring to burndown existing vegetation and to control weeds as they emerge up to 12 inches tall.

Do not apply BASAGRAN herbicide or any other herbicides that contain these or similar ingredients (2,4-D, MCPA, and MCPP) within 30 days of harvest of crops such as citrus and other fruits, peanuts, and cotton. They may injure plants resulting in reduced yield or quality.

Do not apply to wet foliage or after rainfall when rain is likely.

BASAGRAN herbicide is a contact herbicide that works when the plant absorbs it through the leaves and roots. BASAGRAN herbicide does not move through the plant and is not translocated. Therefore, it must be absorbed by foliage or roots to be effective.

Do not apply to wet foliage or after rainfall when rain is likely within 24 hours of application, as BASAGRAN may move off-target sites in these conditions.

BASAGRAN herbicide has soil residual activity and can suppress the germination of both annual and perennial grasses and broadleaf weeds for up to 2 months.

  • Soil residual activity: BASAGRAN herbicide has soil residual activity and can suppress the germination of both annual and perennial grasses and broadleaf weeds for up to 2 months.
  • Germination: BASAGRAN herbicide is a selective postemergence, translocated herbicide that controls large broadleaf weed species in addition to grasses when applied at the correct stage of growth. The active ingredient in BASAGRAN herbicide is fluazifop-p-butyl.

BASAGRAN herbicide can be applied during crop emergence. Do not use if crop injury is likely.

BASAGRAN herbicide can be applied during crop emergence. Do not use BASAGRAN if crop injury is likely.

  • Planted soybeans: Spray BASAGRAN herbicide at the 4- to 8-leaf stage, when there are four to eight true leaves. Do not apply after the 10th leaf stage or risk serious crop injury. If you spray too early, plants will survive and produce new growth that will emerge from the soil after treatment (re-emergence), which could cause damage to nearby crops by competition for light, water, and nutrients, as well as potential problems with lodging.
  • Dry beans and peas: Spray BASAGRAN herbicide at the 5% large seed stage when plants have five percent or more large seedpods per foot of row, but before pod fill begins (approximately one week following flowering).

BASAGRAN provides reliable weed control from burndown to preemergence in soybeans, dry beans, and peas at a fraction of the cost of competitive materials.

BASAGRAN provides reliable weed control from burndown to preemergence in soybeans, dry beans, and peas at a fraction of the cost of competitive materials. BASAGRAN herbicide will control more than 40 different broadleaf weeds including:

  • Chickweed (Stellaria media)
  • Pigweeds (Amaranthus spp.)
  • Smartweeds (Polygonum spp.)

BASAGRAN is formulated as an ultra-low volatile (ULV) liquid that can be applied with conventional or nozzles that are commonly used for ULV applications. The application rate is dependent on soil type, crop rotation history, and other factors beyond our control that may affect the effectiveness of this product.

How to Apply

The best way to apply Basagran herbicide is through the use of a sprayer. For best results, be sure to use a low-pressure sprayer with a nozzle that matches the size of the weeds you are treating. A boom sprayer can also be used if you have one available, but these require a more precise setup and can be more difficult to manage. Hand-held or backpack sprayers work well as long as they are set up properly.

When to Apply

BASAGRAN is labeled for application in the spring to control annual grasses and broadleaf weeds in soybeans, dry beans, and peas. It can also be used preemergence on these crops. When applied at the recommended rates, BASAGRAN will control species such as barnyard grass, lambs quarters, pigweed, purslane, and ryegrass with a single application per season.

BASAGRAN has been shown to provide excellent burndown control of most annual grasses when applied postemergence or pre-plant incorporated into standing crops of soybeans, dry beans, and peas. If a persistent residual weed problem exists, it may be necessary to apply a second treatment of BASAGRAN during the growing season or over-seed with competitive crops (i.e., cereal grains).

Price

Basagran Herbicide is sold in three different formulations; Basagran Herbicide Concentrate, Basagran Volume Suspension, and Basagran Emulsifiable Liquid. The price of each formulation varies based on the size of your order as well as how much you buy at one time. For example, if your order contains 10 pounds or more of Basagran Herbicide Concentrate you will pay $165 per unit ($15 per pound). However if your order contains 100 pounds or more at one time you will pay $120 per unit ($12 per pound).

This pricing structure makes it easy for customers to compare prices among these products because they all use the same units (pounds) for measuring their contents and pricing them accordingly.

Final words,

BASAGRAN herbicide is a cost-effective burndown and residual herbicide for use in soybeans, dry beans, and peas.

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