E-2 Herbicide - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Jeff from Ok
    03/17/2016
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    Is E-2 Herbicide safe to spray on lawns and around plants and trees?
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    E-2 Herbicide is not labeled for use on residential lawns or around plants/trees.

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  • Asked by Ryan from Minnesota
    06/04/2017
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    Will E-2 Herbicide kill my lawn?
    I'm looking to only kill weeds NOT GRASS.
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    E-2 Herbicide is not labeled to be used in residential lawns.

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  • Asked by Jack from Greensboro, Nc
    08/29/2014
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    Is 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?
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    We 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.
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  • Asked by Ted from Medina, Ohio
    05/12/2014
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    What is the application rate for Northern lawns for E-2 herbicide?
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    Per 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.
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  • Asked by Bruce from West Boylston, Ma
    05/13/2014
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    How many square feet does 1 gallon of E-2 Herbicide cover ?
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    E-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?
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  • Asked by Richard from Billings, Mt
    07/18/2019
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    How many ounces of E2 for 1 acre of pasture?
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    E-2 Herbicide is mixed at the rate of 2-5 pints per acre when treating pastures.  This may require a spray volume of 50 to 300 gallons of water per acre per the product label.

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  • Asked by Marlin from Comfort, Tx
    02/11/2016
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    What is the amount of E-2 Herbicide for a 15 gal sprayer for spot applications for grassburrs?
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    E-2 Herbicide is not labeled for grassburs.

    Acclaim Extra Selective is labeled for sandbur/grassbur. The mixing ratio is 0.46 oz. per 1,000 per 1,000 sq. ft.

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  • Asked by Matt
    06/29/2018
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    Is E-2 Herbicide better than Trimec?
    How is this compared to Trimec post-emerg? I'm having difficulty finding recent discussion or QA on it. According to the slip, this is what TruGreen is using now, tank mixed with Barricade and fertilizer.
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    E-2 Herbicide is a three-way herbicide which contains 2,4-D, fluroxypyr, and Dicamba. Most other Trimec or 3-way herbicides do not contain fluroxypyr, so using E-2 Herbicide instead can help reduce the risk of herbicide resistance and give you better success with hard-to-kill weeds like brush and vines. Barricade is a pre-emergent herbicide, so that can be mixed with post-emergent as needed in Spring and Fall.

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