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E-2 Herbicide contains three proven and strong herbicides in one already mixed formula - 2,4-D, Fluroxpyr, and Dicamba. It will control over 240 broadleaf weeds that includes: Horsetail, Kochia, Field Bindweed and several hard to control types. It can also be used for selective weed control and can also be tanked mixed. Great powerful control in pasture and rangeland as well as cleaning up emerged weeds on utility substations, highways, guardrails, and industrial areas.
Only available in the 2.5 gallon Jug.
|Active Ingredient:||2,4-D - 39.53%
Fluroxypyr - 5.90%
Dicamba - 4.10%
|Target pests:||Black medic, Chickweed, Clover, Cocklebur, Dandelion, Knotweed, Oxalis, Kochia, Horsetail, Pigweed, Toadflax, Vetch and others
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Right-of-Ways, Roadsides, Industrial Sites, Farmstead, Recreation areas, Pastures & Range-lands
* See label for complete list
|Application:||* See label for complete application instructions|
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on label|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||NY|
|Shipping Weight:||10.05 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Nufarm (Mfg. Number: CHE21R)|
Rights-of-way, roadsides, industrial sites, fence rows, non-irrigation ditch banks, recreational areas and similar non-crop are as:
For control of broadleaf weeds, mix at a rate of 2 to 5 pints of this product per acre in adequate water to thoroughly saturate all weeds with spray mixture. This may require a spray volume of 50 to 300 gallons of water per acre. Apply any time between the time when plants come into full leaf (spring) to when the plants begin to go dormant. Best results are obtained when weeds are young and actively growing. Do not cut weeds until herbicide has translocated throughout the plant causing root death. For small broadleaf weeds, use the lower rate. Heavy, dense stands require the higher rate with high water volume. For small (spot) applications with small tank sprayers, apply at the rate of 2-1/4 ounces of this product per gallon of water and spray to thoroughly wet all foliage.
For control of woody plants:
Apply to both stems and foliage any time from the time foliage is completely matured until the time plants start to go dormant. All leaves, stems and suckers must be completely wet to the ground line for effective control. Regrowth may be anticipated on the more resistant species. Add 4 to 5 pints of this product per acre in adequate water to thoroughly saturate all weeds with the spray mixture. This may require a spray volume of 200 to 600 gallons of water per acre depending upon the height and thickness of the brush. Mix thoroughly before spraying.
PASTURES, RANGELAND and GRASS (HAY, SILAGE)
For these uses, mix at a rate of 2 to 5 pints of this product per acre. Retreatment may be made as needed; however the maximum seasonal application rate is 2 pounds 2,4-D acid equivalent per acre per application. Minimum of 21 days between applications, limited to 2 applications per year. The preharvest interval (PHI) is 7 days (for cut forage for hay)
Best results will be obtained if this product is applied at the germinating stage of weeds. Under favorable conditions, this is usually 7 to 10 days after planting these grasses. Reduced control can be expected if weeds are allowed to reach 1” in height before application or if germination of weeds occurs 10 days after application. Do not use on bentgrass, susceptible grass pastures (such as carpetgrass, buffalograss, or St. Augustine grass), lespedeza, wild winter peas, vetch, clover, and alfalfa pastures as injury will occur.
When perennial weeds are reaching maturity, mowing and allowing some regrowth will enhance control. Difficult to control weeds and brush may require repeat applications. For pasture renovations, wait 3 weeks per quart (2 pints) of this product used per acre before interseeding or injury may occur. If grasses are grown for seed or for seed-down purposes, do not apply after grass reaches the joint stage.
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2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
potent stuff - works great
By Bill in Chapel Hill on 05/27/2014
excellent. works on pernicious weeds (e.g., buttonweed) that have not been controllable by typical off-the-shelf stuff. Mixing instructions could be a little more user-friendly (e.g., detailing broad application mix rates vs. spot-application mix rates, etc.).
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05/12/2014 Ted from Medina, Ohio
QWhat is the application rate for Northern lawns for E-2 herbicide?
APer the product label for E-2 herbicide for control of broadleaf weeds in non-crop lands, mix 2 to 5 pints per acre in adequate water to thoroughly saturate all weeds with spray mixture. This may require a spray volume of 50 to 300 gallons of water per acre.
03/17/2016 Jeff from Ok
QIs E-2 Herbicide safe to spray on lawns and around plants and trees?
A E-2 Herbicide is not labeled for use on residential lawns or around plants/trees.
E-2 Herbicide is not labeled for use on residential lawns or around plants/trees.
08/29/2014 Jack from Greensboro, Nc
QIs E-2 Herbicide the same as Escalade 2?
I have a Bermuda Tall Fescue mixed yard with a lot of Virginia Buttonweed. How much product per gallon should should be used?
AWe apologize, we are not familiar with Escalade and cannot accurately compare it to E-2 Herbicide E-2 is labeled to treat for Virginia Buttonweed. You would mix approx. 1 oz per gallon of water over 1000 sq. feet. This broken down from label instructions for E-2 herbicide for control of broadleaf weeds in non-crop lands, mix 2 to 5 pints per acre in adequate water to thoroughly saturate all weeds with spray mixture.
05/13/2014 Bruce from West Boylston, Ma
QHow many square feet does 1 gallon of E-2 Herbicide cover ?
AE-2 Herbicide coverage all depends on what and how you are treating. Please let us know what type of lawn you have and what you are treating for?
02/11/2016 Marlin from Comfort, Tx
QWhat is the amount of E-2 Herbicide for a 15 gal sprayer for spot applications for grassburrs?