Hurler is a selective translocated herbicide for use on grassland and is one of the few products on the market which is safe to use on newly-sown grass leys. This product is widely used in mixtures with other herbicides to increase the range of controlable weeds; it is best used in combination with Thrust or Headland Polo.
For larger areas this product is available in a 5L container, please look at Hurler 5L.
For young grass apply 0.75 litres per hectare of Hurler in 200 – 400 litres of water per hectare. Apply in the autumn or spring when the weeds are actively growing. The grass must have at least 3 fully expanded leaves at the time of treatment.
For established grass, Hurler should be used at 2L per hectare which equates to 800ml per acre.
- Key Benefits:
- - Selective herbicide for the control of broad-leaved weeds in areas of grassland.
- - One of the few products on the current market that can be used on newly-sown grass leys.
- - Often used in a mixture with other herbicides to increase the range of controllable weeds.
- - Can be used safely in combination with Thrust or Headland Polo.
- Our Recommendation:
- - Always read the product label before use.
- - Ensure grass is not stressed and is growing well.
- - Mix in Activate-g to help improve the effectiveness of the herbicides.
- - Save time and money and mix in Blue Dye to clearly see the areas you have sprayed.
- - Keep livestock out of treated areas for at least 10-14 days or until poisonous weeds such as ragwort have died and become unpalatable.
- - Avoid spraying grass mixes which are undersown with Clover as this may be harmed.
- - Best results are achieved against small weeds growing actively under warm, moist conditions.
- - Avoid using Hurler if rain is forecast imminently.
- - After Hurler in a bigger container? Please take a look at Hurler 5L.
- - Always wear protective clothing, such as Chemical Resistant Gloves, when handling Hurler.