Clinic UP Concentrated Glyphosate Weedkiller
New formulation of glyphosate weed killer - tallow free herbicide. Replaces Clinic Ace and Clinic TF.
Clinic UP weed killer is a 360g/L glyphosate herbicide solution suitable for most applications to kill weeds from the root. It is no longer available in other sizes from the manufacturer and is now in limited supply nationwide.
Clinic UP replaces the well known Clinic Ace and Clinic TF which are no longer available. It is still the same strength of glyphosate but tallow free. Available in 1-litre containers and giving a coverage of around 2,500m2 depending upon the area and foliage you are treating.
Clinic UP is a new non tallow amine form of 360 g/L glyphosate herbicide solution. Clinic UP has a new formulation without the requirement for hazard symbols and without losing efficiency.
Clinic UP is a foliar acting total weed killer. Once sprayed the active substance in Clinic UP enters the weed and is transported through the leaves and stem to the root system where it blocks important chemical processes and the weed goes into decline and dies over a few days or weeks.
Clinic UP is a herbicide for the systemic control of annual and perennial grass and all types of broad leaved weeds. Once applied to the leaves of the weeds, it will be carried to the roots to ensure complete destruction of the weed. This 1-litre pack will give a coverage of up to 2500m2. Crops can be grown approx 48 hours following application. The performance of Clinic UP can be further improved by using our adjuvant, Companion Gold, so saving you time and money.
After the use of any weedkiller, we recommend that you clean your application equipment thoroughly. To improve the cleaning we have a specialist cleaner, All Clear. This is particularly effective if the spray equipment will be used on vegetation.
Use Pesticides Safely: Everyone who uses pesticides professionally must have received adequate training and be skilled in the job they are carrying out. By purchasing this product the end users are responsible for ensuring that these products are used in line with industry practice - please contact us if you would like any more information.
It is important that once applied you give the weed killer time to act. Don't start to worry if you haven't seen any change after 2-3 days and do not be tempted to re-apply. Providing that you have diluted and applied the product as directed then within 3-6 days you will see your treated areas changing. Initially the weeds begin to look a little 'under the weather' then, as the days pass, they will droop and their colour will start to change. One application is all that is required. If your growth is very thick then you may find that the larger weeds will receive much of the first spray. Once these start to fall away then the smaller weeds may require a second application.
PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU READ THE PRODUCT LABEL PRIOR TO APPLICATION TO ENSURE THAT YOU ARE USING THE MOST EFFECTIVE DILUTION RATES. THE PRODUCT LABELS CAN BE OPENED BY PEELING FROM THE CONTAINER AND ALL REQUIRED INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE.
As a guideline:
KNAPSACK RATE ESTIMATOR
Using standard nozzles appropriately calibrated, each diluted litre will treat 40m² (250l/ha water). The rate of product applied using a knapsack sprayer must be equivalent to the application rates authorised in the ‘Directions for use’ section of the label according to type of weed and applicator.
CLINIC UP Application Rate
Application rate - 4.0 l /ha in 250 l/ha water
Quantity of CLINIC UP required per 10-litres to treat 400 m2 - 160ml
CLINIC UP required per 1-litre spray solution - 16 ml/1 L water
PERENNIAL BROAD LEAVED WEEDS PRESENT
Application rate - 6.0 l /ha in 250 l/ha water
Quantity of CLINIC UP required per 10-litres to treat 400 m2 - 240ml
CLINIC UP required per 1-litre spray solution - 24 ml/1 L water
APPLICATION & SPRAY QUALITY
Conventional hydraulic sprayers
Prepared spray solution should be applied as a MEDIUM or COARSE spray (BCPC definition) at nozzle pressures not exceeding 2.5 bar. CLINIC UP is a systemic weedkiller and is active at low doses.
Always take extreme care to avoid spray drift. DO NOT SPRAY in windy weather or near to desirable species or amenity plants as drift onto other crops or vegetation can cause severe plant injury or destruction
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