'Re-Entry Period' change for Silverado Herbicide
Turf Culture were recently granted by the APVMA changes to the Silverado Herbicide registration/label, with additional turf species added to Situation of Use, and a Re-Entry Period change, all positive changes for end users with more turf species being able to be treated to eliminate moss & broadleaf weeds and less restrictions regarding the Re-Entry Period.
Change to Re-Entry Periods
Previously Silverado Herbicide had a 14 day restriction for high exposure activities such as hand-weeding and transplanting. These restrictions are now GONE!
CLICK HERE for the differences between the Old and New Re-Entry Periods of Silverado Herbicide.
Situation of Use expands
Silverado was previously registered for use on Golf & Bowling Greens and Turf Farms. One of the few herbicides that specifically lists safe to use on greens!
It is now registered for use on all turf surfaces (i.e. surrounds, fairways, tees, ovals, general turf areas), of course it is still registered on golf and bowling greens. Still one of the few herbicides that specifically lists safe to use on greens!
Tall Fescue & Ryegrass were also added as turf species that Silverado can safely be used on.