Ester or Amine

Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by Trav, Sep 8, 2003.

  1. Trav

    Trav LawnSite Member
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    Help pls, I need to spray herbicide for weed control on a fairly large commercial property up in the mountains where the tempature for the week is going to be in the 60s as a high for the day. What ester product or other product would I have best control with. Not worried about crab grass but site has clover, spurge ,oxalis, and thistle. thanks.
     
  2. greenman

    greenman LawnSite Addict
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    Any ester 2,4-D product will do fine.
     
  3. vegomatic40

    vegomatic40 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Turflon Ester is a good choice. Can be added to 3-way products for good-excellent control.
     
  4. EJK2352

    EJK2352 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    PBI Gordon's Speedzone!!!!!!!!! This stuff is awesome!!!!!!! The only downside is that it is a little more costly than some of the other esters on the market.
     
  5. slader

    slader LawnSite Member
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    Have you used any salt of dicamba product's. They work great in colder settings.
     
  6. Trav

    Trav LawnSite Member
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    Thanks everyone, never used any salt of dicamba product's. May go get some speedzone and give it a try. The job is a few hours away so I just want to make sure I dont get a call back. :mad: thanks again. Trav
     
  7. slader

    slader LawnSite Member
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    Salt of Dicamba is the active int. in like 992. You can get it in a more consternate form in Clarity (AG label is Ban val). We have gone back to using 2-4D and using it at like a 8oz per acre rate. It is actually cheaper and alot better results.
     

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