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Herbicides

Serving Growers Since 1972

Season Long Weed Control

Location: Kentucky
Crop: Soybeans

“Have used Drexel’s Me-Too-Lachlor II pre- for several years in a row and it works great for season long weed control.”

Bill
KY

Me-Too-Lachlor™ II

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Me-Too-Lachlor II is a selective herbicide for residual control of most annual grasses and certain broadleaf weeds in Corn (Field, Pop, Sweet), Cotton, Peanuts, Potatoes, Safflowers, Sorghum, Soybeans and Tomatoes.

 

Features and Benefits

  • Timing flexibility: pre-plant surface-applied, pre-plant incorporated, pre-emergence and post-emergent treatment
  • Contains 7.8 pounds of Metolachlor per gallon
  • For use in aerial, chemigation and ground applications

 

FAQ

How important is rainfall to the effectiveness of Me-Too-Lachlor II?
Irrigation or rainfall should occur within 2 days of application, assuring adequate moisture for activation. If this does not occur weed control may be decreased.

Does Me-Too-Lachlor II contain a safener?
Yes, Me-Too-Lachlor II has a safener while Me-Too-Lachlor does not.

 

Always read and follow the label instructions on the product container(s) before using.