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1 Trimec Lawn Weed Killer (# ) Trimec Lawn Weed Killer is a herbicide that controls more than 230 listed broadleaf weeds in cool- and warm-season lawns. 2. What is the application rate? Rates may vary depending on the type of lawn. Check label or call dry on a cool, cloudy day than on a warm, sunny day. 7. How soon to re-apply? Wait a minimum of 30 days between applications. The maximum number of broadcast applications is limited to 2 times per year. 9. When to re-plant? Wait 3-4 weeks after application before re-seeding. For new lawns, apply only when Trimec Crabgrass Plus Lawn Weed Killer (# ) Trimec Crabgrass Lawn Weed Killer is a herbicide that controls emerged grassy weeds such as crabgrass and foxtail, plus more than 200 listed broadleaf weeds in listed cool- and warm-season lawns. 2. What is the application rate? Rates may vary depending on the type of lawn. Check label or call dry on a cool, cloudy day than on a warm, sunny day. 7. How soon to re-apply? Wait a minimum of 21 days between applications. 9. When to re-plant? Wait a minimum of 4 weeks after application before re-seeding. New seed must be germinated and mowed 3 times before application (approximately 6 weeks after seedling emergence).

2 Acreage Pro Large Property Lawn Weed Killer (# ) Acreage Pro Large Property Lawn Weed Killer (Formerly Trimec 899 Broadleaf Herbicide) is a concentrated formulation especially suited for application with tow-behind sprayers, and is an economical choice for large lawn areas. 1. What type of sprayer to use? Ideal for tow-behind sprayers, but also works with pump-up sprayers or hose-end sprayers. 2. What is the application rate? Rates may vary depending on the lawn type. Check label or call 7. How soon to re-apply? Wait a minimum of 30 days between applications; the maximum number of broadcast applications is limited to 2 times per year. 8. Where to use? Residential sites, ornamental turf sites, and non-cropland sites. 9. When to re-plant? Wait 3-4 weeks after application before re-seeding. New plants must be at least 2 inches tall and been mowed 2-3 times per application. 10. What is the shelf-life? At least 3-5 years when stored according to label directions. Pasture Pro Herbicide (# ) Pasture Pro is a mixed-amine herbicide formulation that resists crystallization on the leaf blade and does not burn the leaf, allowing more product to enter the plant. Pasture Pro controls more than 125 difficult weeds and brush as listed, including thistle and bindweed. 1. What type of sprayer to use? Pump-up sprayer, hose-end sprayer, tow-behind sprayer. 2. What is the application rate? Rates may vary. Check label or call Gordon s customer service at for complete instructions. 4. When can people and pets re-enter the area? For non-agricultural use: after application, when sprays have dried and when used alone; for agricultural use: 48 hours after application. 5. When can cattle or horses be allowed back in the pasture? When used alone, after application, once sprays have dried. See label for grazing intervals for tank mix products or label of tank mix partner. 6. How long does it take to dry? Depends on the weather conditions. The product takes longer to dry on a cool, cloudy day than on a warm, sunny day. 8. How soon to re-apply? Wait a minimum of 30 days between applications. Please refer to label for specific restrictions by use site, including maximum number of applications per year. 9. Where to use? Pasture, rangeland, non-cropland, ornamental turfgrass (lawns, golf courses, cemeteries, parks, etc.). 10. When to re-plant? Reseeding of lawns should be delayed following treatment. With spring application, reseed in the fall; with fall application, reseed in the spring. New plants must be at least 2 inches tall and have been mowed 2-3 times since application. 11. What is the shelf life? At least 3-5 years when stored according to label directions.

3 Amine 400 2,4-D Weed Killer (# ) Amine 400 is a herbicide that controls broadleaf weeds in lawns, pastures, and many crops such as corn, wheat, and other small grains as listed. 2. What is the application rate? Rates may vary depending on the use. Check label or call Gordon s customer service at 4. When can people and pets re-enter the area? For non-agricultural use, when the spray has dried after application. For agricultural use, 48 hours after application. 5. When can cattle or horses be allowed back in the pasture? When Amine 400 is used alone, cattle and horses can re-enter the sprayed pastures when the sprays have dried after application. 6. How long does it take to dry? Depends on the weather conditions. The product takes longer to dry on a cool, cloudy day than on a warm, sunny day. 8. How soon to re-apply? Wait a minimum of 30 days between applications for pasture and rangeland; please refer to label for other sites and restrictions, including maximum number of applications per year. 9. Where to use? Pastures, lawns, grain crops like corn, wheat, etc. 10. When to re-plant? Wait 3-4 weeks after application before re-seeding. For new lawns, apply only when 11. What is the shelf life? At least 3-5 years when stored acording to label directions. LV 400 2,4-D Weed Killer SOLVENT FREE (# ) LV 400 is a herbicide that controls broadleaf weeds in lawns, pastures, and many crops such as corn, wheat, and other small grains as listed. It works well at lower temperatures and on difficult weeds compared to amine formulations. 1. What type of sprayer to use? Pump-up sprayer, hose-end sprayer, tow-behind sprayer. 2. What is the application rate? Application rates may vary. Check label or call Gordon s customer service at 4. When can people and pets re-enter the area? For non-agricultural use: after application, when sprays have dried; for agricultural use: 12 hours after application. 5. When can cattle or horses be allowed back in the pasture? When LV 400 is used alone, cattle and horses can re-enter the sprayed pastures when the sprays have dried after application. 6. How long does it take to dry? Depends on the weather conditions. The product takes longer to dry on a cool, cloudy day than on a warm, sunny day. 8. How soon to re-apply? Wait a minimum of 30 days between applications for pasture and rangeland; please refer to label for other sites and restrictions, including maximum number of applications per year. 9. Where to use? Pastures, lawns, grain crops like corn, wheat, etc. 10. When to re-plant? Wait 3-4 weeks after application before re-seeding. For new lawns, apply only when 11. What is the shelf life? At least 3-5 years when stored according to label directions.

4 Bug-No-More Lawn & Garden Insect Control Bug-No-More Large Property Insect Control (# ) Bug-No-More is an insecticide that controls more than 200 insects in lawns, gardens, ornamental and landscape areas, and home perimeters, and prevents new infestations for up to three months. 2. What is the application rate? Rates may vary. Check label or call Gordon s customer service at 5. How long does it take to dry? Depends on the weather conditions. The product takes longer to Lawn should be no taller than 3 inches at application. 7. How soon to re-apply? Repeat application as necessary only if there are signs of renewed insect activity. 8. Where to use? Lawns, vegetable gardens, ornamental and landscape beds, home perimeters. 9. What is the shelf-life? At least 3-5 years when stored according to label directions. Liquid Weed & Feed (# ) Liquid Weed & Feed is a combination weed killer and liquid fertilizer that delivers dependable broadleaf weed control and fertilizer in one convenient product. 1. What type of sprayer to use? Tow-behind sprayer. 2. What is the application rate? Rates may vary. Check label or call Gordon s customer service at 7. How soon to re-apply? Wait 30 days between applications. 9. When to re-plant? Wait 3 weeks after application before re-seeding. New seed must be germinated and mowed 2-3 times before application.

5 Barrier Year-Long Vegetation Killer Concentrate (# ) Barrier Year-Long Vegetation Killer Concentrate is a non-selective herbicide that kills listed existing weeds and grasses and provides extended control for up to a year. 1. What type of sprayer to use? Pump-up sprayer or tow-behind sprayer. 2. What is the application rate? Rates may vary. Check label or call Gordon s customer service at 3. When is the product rainfast? 2 hours after application 6. How soon to re-apply? A single application of Barrier lasts up to a full year. 7. Where to use? Any area where no vegetation is desired, such as fence lines, gravel driveways or parking lots. 8. When to re-plant? Area cannot be re-planted for at least 12 months. 9. What is the shelf life? At least 3-5 years when stored according to label directions. Pronto Big N Tuf 41% Glyphosate Weed & Grass Killer (# ) Pronto Big N Tuf is a non-selective, glyphosate-based product that kills listed weeds, brush, and grasses. 2. What is the application rate? Rates may vary. Check label or call Gordon s customer service at 3. When is the product rainfast? 2 hours after application. 5. How long does it take to dry? Depends on the weather conditions. The product takes longer to 6. How soon to re-apply? Please refer to label for specific restrictions by use site. 7. Where to use? See label for specific sites and instructions. 8. When to re-plant? Lawns may be planted 7 days after application. Check label for other specific areas and crops. 9. What is the shelf-life? At least 3-5 years when stored according to label directions. Always read and follow label directions. Not all products listed are available for purchase or authorized for use in every state. In addition, some states, counties, and cities may require special licensing and training to sell, purchase, or apply some of the products presented in this product literature. It is the responsibility of the distributor, retailer, and end-user to verify before product sale/purchase that the product is approved for the use intended in their state, county, or city. The literature contained herein is not intended to be used as a substitute for information contained on the label of the product container. Specimen labels and other literature are subject to revision. Acreage Pro and Big N Tuf are trademarks, and Barrier, Bug-No-More, Gordon s and logo, Improving Country Life, PasturePro, Pronto, and Trimec are registered trademarks of PBI-Gordon Corporation /16

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