How does Trustee Amenity work?
The active ingredient of Trustee Amenity is glyphosate which is a non-selective, systemic herbicide. Glyphosate is absorbed into a weed through the leaves and stalk and then spreads throughout the plant, blocking its enzymatic system and killing the entire weed including the root.
Trustee Amenity is very flexible as it can be used at anytime of year, especially when growth is active and the leaves are well developed to take up the herbicide. The formulation ensures the herbicide is readily absorbed through the leaf cuticle and is able to circulate throughout the plant and right down to the roots. As a result not just the foliage but the whole of the weed is killed.
Trustee Amenity weed killer is absorbed easily onto the soil particles so does not leach and is also broken down by the soil bacteria into harmless natural substances.
Where to use Trustee Amenity
This weed killer has great flexibility of use and can be applied in a variety of situations including:
Trustee Amenity can be used to treat
- Black Medick
- Cat’s ear
- Common birds-foot trefoil
- Creeping buttercup
- Common chickweed
- Common nettle
- Common ragwort
- Creeping thistle
- Dove’s-foot crane’s-bill
- Red clover
- Red dead-nettle
- Rosebay willowherb
- Shepherd’s purse
- Small nettle
- White clover
Industrial Situations: Apply 4 to 6 litres/ha Gallup Biograde Amenity in 80 to 250 litres/ha of water.
Forestry Situations: Apply 4 to 10 litres Gallup Biograde Amenity in 80 to 250 litres/ha of water.
Aquatic Situations: Apply 5 to 6 litres Gallup Biograde Amenity in 100 to 250 litres/ha of water.
Forestry: 5,000 to 10,000m²
Aquatic: 8,333 to 10,000m²
Note: It is your responsibility to ensure that any pesticide product for Professional use is used according to the and that all operators are trained and certified in its use.
Rates vary for area of use and weeds to be controlled. For in-depth data view the PDF Brochure. Do not spray in frosty weather or in windy conditions. Read product label before use.
Contains 450g/l glyphosate. MAPP 17697