Total Kill Herbicide Concentrate
Banish is a water-based, weed killer, concentrate that is non-selective. Furthermore, a soil sterilant as a total kill, herbicide designed for commercial property or non-residential property. Banish is 1.2% Bromacil and long-lasting.
To demonstrate, this formula is popular with public works for non-cropland areas. Ultimately, it is a perfect weed killer concentrate for railroads, tank farms, pipeline rights-of-way, highways, freeways, and lumber yards.
The reason why It is cost effective, it is highly dilutable with long lasting control. Use for special jobs. It is strong enough to kill really hard-to-kill weeds. Some good examples are fence rows, around buildings, loading ramps, storage yards, commercial sites, parking lots, tank farms and more.
Use in areas where you would want a weed killer concentrate that is a total kill herbicide with up to a year-long residual control.
In this case, it goes to work to destroy the plant from the roots up. To sum it up Banish provides long term root kill.
Note: Do not use in:
- In Playgrounds.
- In Sports Fields Areas
- In or around Homes
- In aluminum spray nozzles
For Use On:
- Tank farms
- Pipeline rights of way
- Highways & freeways
- Lumber yards
- Storage areas
- Industrial site
- Use to control annuals and perennials.
- Long-lasting residual action, soil sterilant
- Economical, highly dilutable formula
- Recommended for use only on non-cropland area.
- The degree of control and duration depends on the amount of herbicide applied, soil type rainfall and other conditions.
- Low odor formula
Complete directions on product label
Dilute 1 gallon of this product with 10 gallons of water for a total of 11 gallons.
Annual weeds and grasses: Apply 11 gallons of diluted product per 800 to 3100 square feet
Perennial weeds and grasses: Apply 11 gallons of diluted product per 400 to 800 square feet
Brush control: Apply 54.5 to 109 gallons per acre or apply diluted product on soil at the rate of 6 to 12 fluid ounces per stem 2″ to 4″ in basal diameter.
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS AND RESTRICTIONS:
Entry Restrictions: Do not enter or allow others to enter the treated area until sprays have dried.
Application Restrictions: Do not apply more than the maximum application which is 109 gallons. Do not apply this product in such a way that it will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application.
Not to be used in any recreational areas or in or around homes.
Do not use aluminum spray nozzles. Do not apply when the ground is frozen. Do not apply, drain or flush equipment on or near valuable trees or other desirable plants or on areas where their roots may extend, or where the chemical may be washed or moved into contact with their roots. Do not use it on lawns, walks, driveways, tennis courts or similar areas. Prevent spray drift to desirable plants. NOTE: For effective brush control and to prevent damage to desirable vegetation: do not apply to brush in standing water; do not use on rights-of-way or other sites where desirable trees or shrubs are immediately adjacent to the treated areas. Do not use along ditch banks. This product is an effective total kill herbicide for use on non-crop areas for control of many annual and perennial weeds and grasses. The degrees of control and duration of effect will vary with the amount of product applied, soil type, rainfall, and other conditions.
Apply this product just before or during the period of active growth of plants to be controlled and when rainfall can be expected for soil activation. Because it works through the soil, results will be improved by removing dense vegetation growth before treatment. Effects are slow to appear and may not become apparent until the chemical has been carried into the root zone by moisture.
WEED CONTROL: To control most weeds for an extended period on non-cropland areas such as railroad, highway and pipeline rights-of-way, tank farms, lumber yards, fencerows, parking lots, storage areas and industrial sites. Dilute 1 gallon of this product with 10 gallons of water (total of 11 gallons). This will assist in getting the product to the root zone. This solution may be applied by sprinkling or spraying. If sprayed, direct spray toward the base of the weed and adjust the nozzle for a coarse spray to prevent drift.
Annual weeds and grasses: Such as foxtail, ryegrass, wild oats, crabgrass, broom grass, cheatgrass, ragweed, lambs’ quarters, puncturevine, orchard grass, and turkey mullein. Apply 11 gallons of diluted product per 800 to 3100 square feet. Perennial weeds and grasses: Such as smooth brome, Bahia grass, bluegrass, purple top, quack grass, brooms edge, dogs’ fennel, aster, goldenrod, plantain, dandelion, and wild carrot. Apply 11 gallons of diluted product per 400 to 800 square feet.
Hard to kill perennials: Such as johnsongrass, nutgrass bermudagrass, dallis grass, nutsedge, salt grass, bouncing bet, bracken, fern, dogbane, and horsetail. Apply 11 gallons of diluted product per 400 to 800 square feet. Where limited rainfall (usually less than 4 inches) occurs during the active growing period, such as some areas of the west, this product will not provide satisfactory control of hard-to-kill, deep rooted perennial weeds such as johnsongrass. Use the higher application rates on absorptive soils (usually those high in organic matter or carbon). Re-treatment: Apply 11 gallons of the diluted product per 800 square feet when annual weeds and grasses reappear.
Brush Control: To control undesirable woody plants on non-cropland areas such as railroad rights-of-way, storage areas and industrial sites.
Broadcast Treatment: Apply 54-1/2 to 109 gallons per acre to control oak, willow, sweet gum, pine, American elm, winged elm, hackberry, sumac, and cottonwood. Use the higher application rates on absorptive soils (those high in organic matter or carbon).
Basal (Soil) Treatment: To control the woody plants shown above and maple, poplar, red bud and wild cherry, dilute 2 gallons of this product with 2 gallons of water and apply at the rate of 6 to 12 fluid oz. per stem 2″ to 4″ in basal diameter. Wet base of stem to run off. Before spraying, calibrate equipment to uniformly apply the herbicide. After mixing, agitation of the spray solution is not required. Thoroughly clean spray equipment with a suitable chemical cleaner before using for other purposes or do not use the same spray for other purposes. For all applications, do not apply more than 109 gallons of this product per acre per year.