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Gallery SC Specialty Herbicide

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Different weeds pop up at certain times of the year, choking beneficial plants in commercially grown areas. Broadleaf weeds can ruin landscape- and container-grown ornamentals, reducing a grower's profits. Gallery SC specialty herbicide is a pre-emergent liquid concentrate that targets weeds before they can emerge from the soil and take over landscapes and plantations.

Features and Specifications

Active Ingredient(s) Isoxaben - 45.45%
Weed Killer Commercial Turf-grass, Landscape Ornamentals, Container Grown Ornamentals, Field Grown Ornamentals, Christmas Tree/Conifer Plantations and Non-Cropland Areas
Sale Prohibited NY
Shipping Rate Free
UPC
GTIN
EPA Registration 62719-658

How Gallery SC Herbicide Works

Not all herbicides treat weed growth the same way. Some herbicides contain ingredients for postemergent control of weeds after they've already established on a property. Others are pre-emergents and tackle weeds below the soil, killing them before they turn into a real problem. Gallery SC specialty herbicide belongs to the class of pre-emergents and controls numerous broadleaf weeds in commercial settings.

It contains an ingredient known as isoxaben, which inhibits protein synthesis in the weeds and prevents their growth. Because Gallery SC is a liquid herbicide, it works more quickly than a granular herbicide in the same setting. Not only does it stop weeds almost immediately, but it does so without harming beneficial plant life in the target area.


Where to Use Gallery SC Herbicide

Use Gallery specialty herbicide to control broadleaf weeds in commercial turf and ornamentals. It can also be used on landscape ornamentals, including those that are grown in containers. Apply it in Christmas tree and conifer plantations, as well as noncrop areas to prevent excessive weed growth. Gallery SC also protects field-grown ornamentals that are sold for commercial purposes. Read the label before applying Gallery as it may cause harm to various turf and plants such as putting greens and newly planted groundcovers.


Target Weeds

Gallery SC Herbicide controls more than 95 broadleaf weed species. It effectively stops clover growth and suppresses mallow and pigweed. Use it to prevent the growth of dogfennel, carpetweed and henbit in turf, tree and ornamental plantations. Gallery controls even more aggressive weeds such as:

  • Fleabane
  • Horseweed
  • Knotweed
  • Lambsquarters
  • Ragweed
  • Sowthistle
  • Woodsorrel

 

Reasons to Use Gallery Specialty Herbicide

  • Controls more than 95 broadleaf weed species
  • For use on field-, landscape- and container-grown ornamentals
  • Provides pre-emergent control on commercial plantations
  • Offers greater results compared to granular herbicides
  • Covers more than eight acres with one container
  • Safe to use around many different ornamental plants, shrubs and trees

 

Prevent Weed Growth With Gallery SC Herbicide

If weeds emerge from the soil, they'll quickly take over landscapes and steal nutrients from plants, trees and shrubs. Gallery SC specialty pre-emergent herbicide targets weeds before they can mature into invasive plants above the soil. It controls more than 95 weed species and can be used on commercial turf and ornamentals, including noncrop areas and conifer plantations. Whether it's ragweed or other broadleaf weeds, stop their growth with the power of Gallery SC herbicide.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.

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