Ignite

Overview

Ignite® herbicide provides burn down of annual grass and broadleaf weeds in orchards and vineyards. It works very quickly especially in the heat, providing weed control within 7 to 10 days. Most convenient is its ability to control sucker growth with no risk to mature trees or vines.

Application Tips

Overview


  • Ignite provides broad-spectrum burn down of annual broadleaf and grass weeds
  • Weed death generally occurs in 7 to-10 days (7 in hot humid conditions)
  • Ignite can be used to burn off sucker growth on vines or fruit trees without effecting mature trees or vines
  • Can be tank-mixed for residual weed control (see label for details)
  • Rainfast in 4 hours
  • Controls weed growth by inhibiting an enzyme essential for photosynthesis creating a build up of ammonia in the weed
  • Note that perennial weeds are burned down and suppressed by Ignite but are not likely to be controlled

 

Rate
2.7-5.0 L/ha for power and/or tractor operated sprayers
27-50 mL of Ignite 15 SN per 10 litres of spray solution for hand held pump-type and backpack sprayers

 

Application Tips


  • Rainfastness: 4 hours
  • For best results, spray emerged weeds after the dew has dried off leaves and before sunset
  • Fastest activity occurs during warm humid weather
  • Ignite applied alone has no residual soil activity
  • Pre-harvest interval: 40 days
  • Spray around the base of trees or vines
  • Repeat treatments may be necessary to control new germination of annual weeds

Active Ingredients

Glufosinate Ammonium

Crops

Apples
Cherries
Grapes
Highbush Blueberries
Lowbush (wild) blueberries
Peaches
Pears
Plums
Raspberries
Tree Nuts

Pests Controlled

Dandelion
Green foxtail
Lamb's-quarters
Orchard weeds
Redroot pigweed
Shepherd's purse
Stinkweed
Vineyard weeds
Wild buckwheat
Wild mustard

Labels and MSDS

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