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Bare Spot Monobor-Chlorate

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Bare Spot Monobor-Chlorate is designed for non-selective broad spectrum kill of weeds and grasses with a single treatment. BareSpot will provide you with season long bare ground vegetation control and will prevent new growth in the future.

Target Pests

BareSpot Monobor-Chlorate will kill all vegetation including annual weeds perennial weeds trees shrubs broadleaf weeds and grasses.

For Use In

BareSpot is used for bare ground weed control around bleachers bridges bunkers cable lines pipelines compressor stations cooling towers oil plants oil refineries guardrails railroad lines runways storage facilities utility ROW vacant lots and waste areas.

Application

BareSpot comes in a ready to use granular formulation.

  • Apply BareSpot Monobor-Chlorate with a hand or push operated spreader uniformly over the desired areas.
  • Water in BareSpot immediately after application for best results.

Do not apply BareSpot near roots of desired vegetation.

For Prepaving treatments with BareSpot please refer to the label.

Coverage Area

Each 50lb bag of bare spot monobor-chlorate will treat up to 2500 square feet for general weed control.

Active Ingredient

Sodium Metaborate 48.5%, Sodium Chlorate 30%

Bare Spot Monobor-Chlorate

$134.99
$134.99

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I have poplar trees with roots that grow within inches all over the lot I want to treat for weeds. Will this harm the underlying roots and then the trees?
Leo on Aug 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, Barespot can harm the tree root system, where are you wanting to apply this item?

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Driveway treatment
I put this on my gravel driveway after trying Round-up without success. This stuff completely eliminated the weeds for over a year!
May 5, 2015

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