Freehand herbicide offers the ornamental grower and turf manager a new tool for pre-emergent weed control of broadleaf and grassy weeds. Its two unique active ingredients, pendimethalin and dimethenamid-P, prevent weeds from growing and multiplying by inhibiting cell growth in seedling shoots and impeding plant cell microtubule assembly in roots.
This powerful herbicide is labeled for the control and suppression of more than 60 of the toughest, most troublesome weeds; promoting higher quality and more marketable plants, and more attractive turf.
How it works
Freehand may be applied individually to each pot, or pots can be grouped together and distributed using a granule applicator or gloved hand. After application, ensure granules are brushed or washed off foliage.
Ensure area is clean of debris prior to application. Freehand may be applied and distributed using a granule applicator or gloved hand. Oscillating spout or rotary type fertiliser spreaders are recommended for large areas.
Even application is important for good weed control. If using a granule applicator, ensure they are properly calibrated to apply granules evenly. Freehand application should be followed by irrigation or rainfall, before weeds germinate. If Freehand
is not activated by rainfall or irrigation within 30 days, erratic weed control may result.