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Esplanade F

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Esplanade F

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Product Overview

Selective, pre-emergent control of grasses and broadleaf weeds in conifer and hardwood production areas.

Esplanade® F herbicide is a selective, pre-emergent herbicide that delivers long-term residual control to help reduce costs, manage resistant weeds and improve operational flexibility for foresters. Esplanade F controls grasses and broadleaf weeds through inhibition of cellulose biosynthesis (CB inhibitor), providing a unique mode of action for conifer production.

Key Benefits

  • Unique mode of action (cellulose biosynthesis inhibitor) for conifer production areas – resistance management tool
  • Wide spectrum control of broadleaf weeds and grasses
  • Extended residual weed control
  • Favorable soil residual characteristics
  • Low comparative use rate
  • Not on the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) list of highly hazardous pesticides
  • Recommended for use on key western production conifer species
  • Liquid formulation
  • Not a federally restricted use pesticide

Use & Control

Key Grasses and Broadleaf Weeds Controlled:

Annual sedge, buckhorn plantain, Canada thistle, crabgrass, curly dock (seedlings), foxtail brome, henbit, medusahead, redstem filaree, Russian thistle, yellow starthistle
NOTE: Do not use on crops.

Always read and follow label instructions. See the product label for a full list of weeds controlled.

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