1) What is the dilution rate for Gallup H&G, Gallup XL or Gallup Biograde 360 in a knapsack sprayer?
Add 24 millilitres of product to 1 litre water to treat an area of 40 square metres.
2) How long after the application of Gallup H&G, Gallup XL or Gallup Biograde 360 before pets or children can access the treated area?
Children and pets must be excluded from the treated area until such time as the spray has dried completely.
3) How long after the application of Gallup H&G, Gallup XL or Gallup Biograde 360, before planting can take place?
You must wait a minimum of 7 days between the application of product and the planting of any trees.
Other amenity plants , such as shrubs, flowers, trees or grasses, can be planted after any treated vegetation has died back or after cultivation .
Under normal weather conditions, cultivation can be conducted 7 days after treatment. Under poor growing conditions wait for the characteristic red/yellow leaf symptoms to appear before cultivating.
4) Where can I use Gallup H&G, Gallup XL or Gallup Biograde 360?
These products can be used around buildings, pavements, pathways, driveways, roadways and for site preparation for landscaping projects.
These products should only be used for the destruction of unwanted vegetation and should not be used on lawns or on any desirable plant species.
In addition, always take care to avoid spray drift. DO NOT spray in windy weather, as spray drift can cause damage to desirable species or plants.
5) Can rain reduce effectiveness of Gallup H&G, Gallup XL or Gallup Biograde 360?
Yes. Rainfall within 6 hours of application may reduce effectiveness of these products, meaning re-treatment may be required following a rainfall event.
6) Can frost damage Gallup H&G, Gallup XL or Gallup Biograde 360?
Yes. These products should always be protected from frost.
7) What does “amenity plant” mean?
Amenity plants are shrubs, flowers, trees or grasses which are grown to enhance the appearance of an area rather than for commercial purposes.
8) What is meant by cultivation?
The preparation of soil prior to planting new crops/plants.
9) What constitutes poor growing conditions?
Long periods of frost at night or where the average day/night temperature is below 7 ⁰C. Above average rainfall or long periods of drought can also result in poor growing conditions.
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