Gly Pho-Sel Pro

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Glyphosel Pro is a post-emergent, systemic herbicide with no soil residue activity. It is generally nonselective and gives broad spectrum control of many annual weeds, perennial weeds, woody brush and trees. Contains 15% Surfactant.

Active Ingredients : Glyphosate 41% 

Manufacturer : Agrisel

Usage Rate Recommendations :
0.5 - 5 Quarts Per Acre

For specific details on control of these target pest and use rates check the label provided

Annoda, spurred
Barley
Barnyardgrass
Beggarweed, Florida
Bermuda grass
Bittercress
Bluegrass, annual
Bluegrass, annual
Bluegrass, bulbous
Brassica, fivehook
Brome, Japanese
Brome, downy
Brome, downy
Browntop panicum
Burcucumber
Buttercup
Carolina foxtail
Carolina geranium
Carpetweed
Cheat
Chervil
Chickweed
Cocklebur
Copperleaf, Virginia
Copperleaf, hophornbeam
Corn
Corn speedwell
Crabgrass
Crabgrass
Cutleaf, evening primrose
Dogbane, hemp
Dogfennel
Dwarf dandelion
Dwarfdandelion
Eastern mannagrass
Eclipta
Fall panicum
Falsedandelion
Falseflax, small seed
Fiddleneck
Field pennycress
Filaree
Fleabane, annual
Fleabane, hairy (Conyza bonariensis)
Fleabane, rough
Florida pusley
Florida, pusley
Foxtail
Foxtail
Goatgrass
Goatgrass, jointed
Goosegrass
Grain sorghum (milo)
Groundsel, common
Guineagrass
Hemp sesbania
Henbit
Horseweed
Itchgrass
Jimsonweed
Johnsongrass Smutgrass
Johnsongrass, seedling
Junglerice
Knotweed
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Lambsquarters
Little barley
London rocket
Marestail
Mayweed
Milkweed
Morning glory
Morning glory (Ipomoea spp.)
Mustard, blue
Mustard, tansy
Mustard, tumble
Mustard, wild
Nightshade, black
Nightshade, hairy
Nightshade, silverleaf
Oats
Pigweed
Pigweed, redroot
Plains/Tickseed coreopsis
Prickly lettuce
Purslane
Ragweed, common
Ragweed, giant
Red rice
Russian thistle
Rye
Ryegrass
Ryegrass, Italian
Sandbur, field
Shattercane
Shepherd’s purse
Sicklepod
Signalgrass, broadleaf
Smartweed, Pennsylvania
Smartweed, ladysthumb
Sowthistle, annual
Spanishneedles
Speedwell, purslane
Sprangletop
Spurge, annual
Spurge, prostrate
Spurge, spotted
Spurry, umbrella
Stinkgrass
Sunflower
Teaweed/Prickly sida
Texas panicum
Thistle, Canada
Thistle, musk
Vaseygrass
Velvetleaf
Virginia pepperweed
Waterhemp
Wheat
Wheat (overwintered)
Wild oats
Witchgrass
Woolly cupgrass
Yellow Rocket

For specific details on these areas of use and use rates check the label provided

Airports
Alfalfa
Almond
Amaranth
Apple
Apricot
Artichoke (Jerusalem)
Arugula
Asparagus
Atemoya
Avocado
Bahiagrass
Banana
Barbados cherry (acerola)
Barley
Beans (all)
Beechnut
Beet greens
Bermuda grass
Blackberry
Blueberry
Bluegrass
Boysenberry
Brazil nut
Breadfruit
Broccoli (all)
Brome
Brussels sprouts
Buckwheat
Butternut
Cabbage (Chinese)
Cabbage (all)
Calamondin
Canistel
Canola
Cantaloupe
Carambola
Cardoon
Carrot
Casaba melon
Cashew
Cauliflower
Cavalo broccolo
Celeriac
Celery
Celery (Chinese)
Celtuce
Cereal crops
Chard (Swiss)
Chayote
Cherimoya
Cherry (sweet, sour)
Chervil
Chestnut
Chick peas
Chicory
Chinquapin
Chironja
Chrysanthemum
Citron
Citrus crops
Citrus hybrids
Clover
Cocoa beans
Coconuts
Coffee
Collards
Corn salad
Cotton
Crabapple
Cranberry
Crenshaw melon
Cress
Crown vetch
Cucumber
Currant
Cut stumps
Dandelion
Dates
Dewberry
Ditch banks
Dock (sorrel)
Dry canals
Dry ditches
Eggplant
Elderberry
Endive
Fallow systems
Farmsteads
Fencerows
Fennel (Florence)
Fescue
Field corn
Figs
Filbert (hazelnut)
Garden beets
Garlic
Gherkin
Ginseng
Golf courses
Gooseberry
Gourds
Grain Sorghum (Milo)
Grapefruit
Grapes (raisin, table, wine)
Grass Seed Productions
Ground cherry
Guar
Guava
Hickory nut
Highways
Honey ball
Honeydew melon
Horseradish
Huckleberry
Industrial plant sites
Jaboticaba
Jackfruit
Kale
Kiwi fruit
Kohlrabi
Kudzu
Kumquat
Leek
Lemon
Lentils
Lespedeza
Lettuce
Lime
Loganberry
Longan
Loquat
Lumberyards
Lupin
Lychee
Macadamia
Mandarin (tangerine)
Mango
Mango melon
Marmaladebox (genip)
Mayhaw
Melon
Melons (all)
Milk vetch
Millet (pearl, proso)
Mizuna
Muskmelon
Mustard greens
Mustard spinach
Nectarine
Non crop uses
Oats
Okra
Olallieberry
Olive
Onion
Orange (all)
Orchardgrass
Oriental radish
Papaya
Parking areas
Parks
Parsley
Parsnips
Passion fruit
Pastures
Peach
Peanuts
Pear
Peas (all)
Pecan
Pepinos
Pepper (all)
Peppermint
Persian melon
Persimmon
Petroleum tank farms
Pineapple
Pipelines
Pistachio
Plantain
Plum/prune (all)
Pomegranate
Popcorn
Potato (Irish)
Power and telephone rights-of-way
Pummelo
Pumping installations
Pumpkin
Purslane
Quince
Radish
Railroads
Rape greens
Raspberry (black, red)
Rhubarb
Rice
Roadsides
Rutabaga
Rye
Ryegrass
Sainfoin
Salsify
Sapodilla
Sapote (black, marmey, white)
Schools
Seed corn
Shallot
Small fruits and berries
Soursop
Soybeans
Soybeans
Spearmint
Spinach (all)
Squash (summer, winter)
Storage areas
Sugar apple
Sugar beets
Sugarcane
Sunflowers
Sweet corn
Sweet potato
Tamarind
Tangelo
Tangor
Tea
Teosinte
Timothy
Tomatillo
Tomato
Tree Fruits
Tree nuts
Trefoil
Triticale
Tropical Crops
Turnip
Utility substations
Velvet bean
Vetch
Vine Crops
Walnut (black, English)
Watercress
Watermelon
Wheat (all)
Wheatgrass
Wild rice
Yams
Youngberr
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