For Use on Established Bermudagrass Pastures andHay Meadows, BermudagrassTurf (UnimprovedOnly), and Tennessee Switchgrass Pastures
Bermudagrass growers know weeds significantly limit the quality and productivity of bermudagrass pastures and hay fields.
With Pastora® herbicide from DuPont, hay and forage producers can get reliable control of undesirable grasses and broadleaf weeds for visibly cleaner bermudagrass.
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With new Pastora herbicide from DuPont, land managers can get reliable control of undesirable grasses and broadleaf weeds with low use rates to improve public safety in rights-of-way.
Pastora herbicide should be applied to established Bermuda grass 1 to 1.5 ounces per acre. Application rates cannot exceed 2.5oz per acre per year.
PASTORA® herbicide is registered for use onbermudagrass pastures and hay meadows and for use innon-crop areas. Check with your state extension orDepartment of Agriculture before use, to be certain
The degree and duration of control may depend on the followingfactors:
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Q: What is the water to chemical ratio for an acre.
A: 1 to 1.5 ounces per acre mixed with 100 gallons of water.
Q: can it be used on cheyenne bermuda and what ratio
A: The label only references Bermuda, no specific breeds, so I would imagine it is fine, needs to be establishes and mature. http://www.rrsi.com/res/product/labels/Pastora_LABEL.pdf This is the label rate is 1 to 1.5 ounces per acre.
Q: can pastora be used on a field of cheyenne burmuda? i planted it last year.
A: http://www.cdms.net/LDat/ld9GU007.pdf Yes, it does not list any types of restrictions for that type of Burmuda, the label is attached above.
Q: can this be used on zoysia lawns?
A: No it is not labeled for Zoysia Lawns, What are you trying to control in particular?
Q: I sprayed a Bermuda grass field with Pastora 3 weeks ago at a rate of 1.5 oz per acre. The grass is coming good now but some weeds are still present. Is it safe to spray the field again at .5-1.0 oz per acre or is it too soon?
A: As long as the grass is actively growing and not showing any signs of stress it's okay to Spray now do not exceed two and half ounces per acre per year