Bin-Die weedkiller has been formulated especially for use on buffalo lawns (except ST Varieties of buffalo). Bin-Die can also be used on couch, bent, kikuyu, paspalum, fescue and rye lawns. Broad spectrum selective weed killer that controls bindii, catsear, clover, creeping oxalis, cudweed, dandelion, plantain and thistles. Contains both contact and systemic herbicides. Bin-Die can be used throughout spring and autumn to control bindii and a wide range of other nuisance weeds.
When to Use
Completely eradicating the weed before it seeds and improving the general health and coverage of your lawn will help you to control weeds in your lawn. All weeds are easier to kill when they are healthy with more surface area to suck up the chemical, so try not to mow the lawn before spraying. Try and spray when the weed is more juvenile. This way you spray before it seeds and before the stem gets more mature and woody, allowing the chemical to be absorbed better into the plant. Spray when the lawn is as dry as possible and allow to stay on the plant for a couple of days before watering.
How to use
SPRAYER: Use 30 mL per 5-10 L of water per 50 sqm.
WATERING CAN: Use 30 mL per 10-20 L of water per 50 sqm.
Dilute according to directions, and then apply over the area specified. A second application may be necessary about 4 weeks after the first if weeds are well established.
Product Type: Herbicide
200 g/L Bromoxynil present as the octanoic acid ester
200 g/L MCPA present as the butoxyethanol ester
Solvent: 343 g/L Liquid Hydrocarbons.
Notes on controlling weeds in your lawn
Keeping your lawn in good condition through regular maintenance and fertilisation helps keep weeds at bay and is a better option than controlling weeds by spraying all the time.
Many winter weeds are a problem because of weak grass swards. These weak grass swards actually start in summer – usually through dry patch. See Lawn Doctor’s guide to eradicating dry patches in your lawn –