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GRAZON EXTRA 
Herbicide

Eliminates difficult to control broadleaf weeds
effectivally FOR THE BEST PRICE!
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What is GRAZON EXTRA used for?

Grazon Extra effectively gets rid of a variety of unwanted plants, including environmental and noxious weeds. It's a group 4 herbicide. Its action happens on both foliage and roots to provide rapid brownout of leaves, dry down of stems and destruction of the root mass to prevent regrowth.

What are the ingredients in GRAZON EXTRA Herbicide?

Grazon Extra boasts a comprehensive formulation that incorporates three key active ingredients: 30% Triclopyr, 10% Picloram, and 0.8% Aminopyralid. This herbicide is particularly effective in managing hard-to-kill blackberry regrowth over the next couple of years after application. The aminopyralid component included in the product also helps to control lantana weed. To access the list of all the weeds Grazon Extra acts on, click here.

Is GRAZON EXTRA better than a generic?

Grazon Extra Apply the foliar spot spray to thoroughly wet all leaves and stems. Ensure coverage until the chemical mix is starting to drip from the leaves, indicating runoff, after completing the spraying process.

Grazon Extra is compatible with what Herbicides?

Apply the foliar spot spray to thoroughly wet all leaves and stems. Ensure coverage until the chemical mix is starting to drip from the leaves, indicating runoff, after completing the spraying process.

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What Our Team Says

"Grazon Extra uses Aminopyralid, Triclopyr and Picloram as active ingredients. The Herbicide represents a great choice for foliar applications when dealing with challenging-to-eradicate noxious and woody weeds.  It delivers both prompt knockdown and lasting residual weed control.

Steve Hamptom

GWS Technical Field Agent

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