Surefire Buffalo, Bindi & Broadleaf Weedkiller
Active Ingredients: Bromoxynil @ 200g/L & MCPA Ester @ 200g/L
Similar Or Comparable To Yates BuffaloPRO Weed Killer Concentrate (Yates), Searles Buffalo Master Selective Weedkiller (Searle), Bin-Die Selective Lawn Weeder (Amgrow) & OzCrop Bromo MCPA Herbicide (OzCrop)
Surefire Buffalo, Bindi & Broadleaf Weedkiller is for the control of Bindi, Clover, Oxalis and other broadleaf weeds in Buffalo, Kikuyu, Couch, QLD Blue Couch and other common grass lawns.
If you want a perfect lawn free of some of the most nuisance weeds, then Surefire Buffalo, Bindi & Broadleaf Weedkiller is the right product to do the job.
Surefire Buffalo, Bindi & Broadleaf Weedkiller is a concentrated herbicide blend of 2 powerful and effective broadleaf herbicides, Bromoxynil & MCPA.
Surefire Buffalo, Bindi & Broadleaf Weedkiller is registered for use in the following established turf species:
- Qld Blue Couch
- Ryegrass Turf
Weeds Controlled In Turf:
- Cat’s Ear Or Flatweed
- Creeping Buttercup
- Cudweed, Dandelion – Taraxacum Officinale
- Soursob Or Oxalis
Surefire Buffalo, Bindi & Broadleaf Weedkiller is a concentrate and needs to be diluted. Dilution and application ratios are printed clearly on the packaging. Do not apply excess herbicide or mix the herbicide any stronger than the manufacturer’s recommendations, too much herbicide can still damage any lawn type, not just Buffalo grass. Some weeds can be quite robust, and therefore difficult to eradicate in a single spray. Other weed types will have masses of seeds already in the soil, and therefore will continue to produce more weeds, even though the last lot were killed. If weeds re-emerge after spraying, or some weeds still remain alive, repeat the weed spraying again in another 2 weeks.
General Application Rates in Turf:
Mixing Rate (Turf):
- Spray: 30mL per 5 – 10L of water per 50m2 or 60mL per 100m2.
- Boom Spray: 1.5L/500L/10,000m2 (15mL/5L/100m2).
- Watering Can & Sprinkle Bar: 30mL per 10-20L of water per 50m².
Do Not Spray Weeds After Lawn Mowing:
As with all weed killers, never spray any herbicide on a lawn within a week of its last lawn mowing. The open wounds created from mowing will quickly absorb any herbicide and will damage or kill any lawn type, not just Buffalo. It’s also a great idea to never mow the lawn until one week after applying herbicides, this allows ample time for the weeds to absorb the herbicide before it is removed with lawn mowing.
Pack Sizes: 1L, 5L & 20L
Registrant: PCT Holdings PTY LTD (APVMA #: 80024)