ATTACKE herbicide is a broad-spectrum, non-selective herbicide that is effective against a wide range of weeds, including grasses, broadleaf weeds, and woody plants. It is a systemic herbicide, meaning that it is absorbed by the plant and travels throughout the vascular system, killing the entire plant.
It is typically used in agricultural settings to control weeds in crops such as corn, soybeans, cotton, and wheat. It can also be used in non-agricultural settings to control weeds in areas such as lawns, gardens, and roadways.
How to Use
ATTACKE herbicide can be applied using a variety of methods, including:
- Spraying: It can be sprayed using a backpack sprayer, hand sprayer, or boom sprayer.
- Wicking: It can be applied to the cut stems of woody plants using a wick applicator.
- Painting: It can be painted onto the bark of woody plants using a brush.
ATTACKE herbicide is a powerful herbicide, so it is important to follow all safety precautions when using it. Always wear gloves, goggles, and long sleeves when handling or applying ATTACKE herbicide. Do not apply ATTACKE herbicide in windy conditions, as it can drift and damage other plants. Avoid contact with ATTACKE herbicide, as it can irritate the skin and eyes.
It is a powerful herbicide that can be used to control a wide range of weeds, including:
- Grasses: Johnsongrass, bermudagrass, dallisgrass, crabgrass, quackgrass
- Broadleaf weeds: Pigweed, ragweed, lambs quarters, kochia, cocklebur, morning glory
- Woody plants: Brush, trees, vines.