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Old 12-13-2014, 10:08 AM   #1
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hello, I found these chems in my barn and the labels are kind of torn so I cant read what they are for or how to use them. I tried doing some google on them but that wasn't much help. If you could let me know what I could use these for if needed and how to use them as well as mixture that would be great. Thanks what are these chems-20141123_181845.jpg

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Sorry that they are sideways. I didn't realize until I already posted them
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Old 12-13-2014, 11:23 AM   #3
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Pramitol is a soil sterilizer. It is used to prevent any vegetation from growing in gravel or cracked blacktop. It can leach out of the treatment area and kill unintended targets. Back in the days that I used it we actually mixed it with diesel fuel to bind it in place better. That practice is illegal now. Pramitol may no longer be on the market either. I don't know. It has been a long time ago.
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Pramitol is still available.
Works great on driveways and last at least 6 months.
It lasted a year on mine.
Just Goggled the name on the label and lots of info comes up.
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Pramitol is still available.
Works great on driveways and last at least 6 months.
It lasted a year on mine.
Just Goggled the name on the label and lots of info comes up.
We used it on gravel parking lots and got good control for up to three years. But fuel oil enhanced its performance.
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The Buccaneer just generic Round-up. Pramitol is still available. Another idea when looking for labels is to google the company's name. CDMS at http://www.cdms.net/LabelsMsds/LMDefault.aspx?t= is the website I go to for labels as it contains 95% of them out there, they are up to date, and they contain the SDS/MSDS.
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