Banvel herbicide is a product of the BASF Corporation. Banvel herbicide is used to control many types of broad-leaf weeds in crops. Its main active ingredient is Dicamba, and it can be tanked mixed with a 2,4-D herbicide. It is important that you use Banvel herbicide as directed to effectively kill the weeds. A solution that is too weak won't work, and one that is too strong could harm your crops.
Wait for a day with little to no wind, and temperatures between 50 and 77 degrees F to apply the Banvel herbicide.
Fill your water tank with 30 to 50 gallons of water.
Add 7 to 10 oz. of Banvel herbicide for every acre you need to cover.
Turn the tanks agitator on. The herbicide must be mixed continually, and not allowed to sit for any length of time.
Set the tank to disperse the mixture as a coarse spray. If your tank has numbers, set it to release at a pressure of 29 psi.
Spray during the seedling stage, or when the crops are actively growing.