Key Points of Blaster® Pro

MAPP No. 15752. Blaster Pro contains 240 g/L Triclopyr and 60 g/L Clopyralid.

  • The ideal solution for difficult weeds such as nettles, docks and thistles.
  • Can be used on all established amenity grassland.
  • Controls woody weeds.
  • Simple single rate of application.
  • Pack Size: 1 L.

Product Specification

 Application Rate
Amount of Blaster® Pro 60 mL
Amount of Water 10 L

 

Where to use Blaster® Pro:

Optimum timing of application
Common nettle Spray when actively growing but preferably before flowering (normally up to mid-June).
Dock (curled & broad-leaved)

Treat in the spring when docks are in the rosette stage up to 25cm high. If the grass has been cut leave for 2 to 3 weeks to allow sufficient re-growth to occur before spraying. On large well
established docks, or where there is a high resevoir of seed in the soil, a second dose the following year may be required.

Creeping thistle

Spray when actively growing but before flowering spikes are 15cm high. Applications of Blaster Pro during flowering or seeding is likely to lead to reduced levels of control. If grass has
been cut, treat 2 to 3 weeks after cutting when sufficient regrowth has occurred.

Bramble, broom & gorse Spray in June to August when actively growing but before plants begin to senesce in the autumn. It is essential that all the foliage is thoroughly wetted or incomplete kill may result.

Usage Period

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How to use

  • Add the required quantity of Blaster® Pro to a half filled spray tank with the agitation system in operation and fill to the required level. Continue agitation at all times during spraying. Spray immediately after mixing.
  • Only use Blaster Pro on amenity grassland that has been established for at least one year. Do not apply the product as an overall spray where clover is an important part of the sward.
  • DO NOT spray in drought, or very hot or cold conditions.
  • Occasionally, some yellowing of the sward may be seen following treatment. This is however quickly outgrown.
  • Avoid damage and drift on to susceptible crops or waterways. All conifers, especially Pine and Larch are very sensitive to spray drift.