What is Esplanade Sure?
Esplanade Sure is a preemergence and postemergence herbicide that manages difficult-to-control bareground weeds in sensitive sights with reduced risk to surrounding desirable vegetation.
What are the active ingredients in Esplanade Sure herbicide?
Esplanade Sure is a water dispersible granule consisting of indaziflam (Group 29 Herbicide) and rimsulfuron (Group 2 Herbicide).
How does Esplanade Sure work?
Esplanade Sure herbicide controls weeds by two modes of action. Indaziflam inhibits cellulose biosynthesis in plants and rimsulfuron inhibits production of amino acids necessary for protein synthesis and plant growth.
Where can Esplanade Sure be applied?
Esplanade Sure herbicide can be used for residual control of annual grasses and broadleaf weeds in non-crop areas including railroads, roadsides, hardscapes, industrial areas, utilities, airports, government and military installations, tank farms, pumping stations, storage areas, railyards, utility substations, lumberyards, around farm buildings, non-irrigation ditch banks, fence rows, manufacturing sites, office buildings, educational facilities, parking lots, and under asphalt or concrete as part of site preparation.
Esplanade Sure may be used to release or re-establish desirable perennial grasses, forbs, shrubs and trees in non-crop areas including parks and open space, wildlife management areas, recreational areas, fire rehabilitation areas, prairies and fire breaks. Esplanade Sure may also be used for rangeland restoration west of the Mississippi River.
Does Esplanade Sure need to be watered in?
Best weed control is obtained when Esplanade Sure herbicide is applied to a dry or slightly moist soil surface. Allow 48 hours without rain or irrigation to bind herbicide to the soil, followed by a 0.25 to 0.5 inch of water within 21 days of application.
What grasses and broadleaf weeds does Esplanade Sure control?
Esplanade Sure herbicide controls the following key grasses and broadleaf weeds. See the product label for a complete list.
Grasses: Crabgrass, annual ryegrass, foxtails (giant, green, bristly), fall panicum, barnyardgrass, medusahead, ventenata, cheatgrass
Broadleaves: Common groundsel, puncturevine, pigweeds, spurge, sowthistle, chickweed, mustard species, purslane, yellow starthistle
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