Esplanade EZ - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Eric from Southeast Missouri
    05/19/2015
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    What is the shelf life of Esplandade EZ?
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    Esplandade EZ has a 3 year shelf life from the date of purchase if stored away from extreme temperatures.
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  • Asked by Alan from Pleasanton, Tx
    07/28/2015
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    What is the active ingredient and percentage of active ingredient in Esplanade EZ?
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    Esplanade EZ contains the following active ingredients:

    Indaziflam - 0.089%
    Diquat dibromide - 0.890%
    Glyphosate isopropylamine salt - 20.460%

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  • Asked by Dj from Tuscaloosa, Al
    07/11/2017
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    What is the mix rate for Esplanade EZ in a 3 gallon jug?
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    The mix rate for Esplanade EZ is 8 fl oz - 16 fl oz per gallon of water depending on the pest you are treating. So if you are using a 3 gallon sprayer, you will mix 24 fl oz - 48 fl oz total.  Please refer to the product label for mix rate recommendations. 

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  • Asked by Mark from Beaverton, Or
    04/05/2016
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    When using Esplande EZ, how long can you wait after application to water it in and still have effective pre-emergent weed control?
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    Per the product label for Esplanade EZ it states only under drought conditions it may be neccessary to water the product in.  Otherwise it should not need to be done. Ideally if needed, it should be watered in within 7 days of application.  This is the general standard with pre-emergents.

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  • Asked by Mike from Java, Ny
    06/06/2016
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    What are the mixing directions Esplanade EZ in an injection spray unit?
    I have an injection spray unit and cant find the mixing info on label. Unit is set for 25 gallons of water per acre I'm not sure how to mix it?
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    Esplanade EZ is labeled to be mixed at 8 oz per 500 sq feet or 1 gallon of water. Since this product is considered a pre and post emergent for weeds and grass the use rate is higher. For 25 gallons of water you will need approx 1 1/2 gallons of Esplanade EZ. If weeds are harder to manage you can take the mix rate up to 16oz per gallon water.

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  • Asked by Eddie from New Mexico
    04/09/2017
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    Can Esplanade EZ be mixed with another post emergent product? Do I need to use a surfactant?
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    The product label for Esplanade EZ does not recommend using a surfactant.  There should be no reason it cannot be mixed with another product so long as you follow the labeled instructions for each product.  It would also be a good idea to do a tank mix test to be sure the products combine well. 

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  • Asked by Vonnie from Salem, Oregon
    03/22/2017
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    What is the "re-entry" time after application of Esplanade EZ?
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    People and pets can re-enter the area where Esplanade EZ has been applied as soon as the area has thoroughly dried.  This normally takes a couple of hours.  

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  • Asked by Kim from 98620
    06/30/2019
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    Will Esplanade EZ kill all vegetation in our arena and for what amount of time?
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    Esplanade EZ will kill the weeds listed on the product label when sprayed directly and can prevent them for up to 6 months.

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  • Asked by William from Osceola, Ar
    01/31/2020
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    I have a sprayer calibrated at 30 gal of water per 1.25 acres how many oz of Esplanade EZ do I need per acre?
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    Esplanade EZ is mixed at the rate of 16 fl oz in 1 gallon of water per 1000 sqft per the product label.  This would equal approx 5.4 gallons per acre, which is also the max rate you can apply per year on an acre.

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  • Asked by Harry from Trenton Mo
    07/02/2018
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    What is the re-entry period for Esplanade EZ?
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    People and pets can re-enter an area where Esplanade EZ has been applied as soon as everything is fully dry.  

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  • Asked by Aaron from Wichita Falls, Tx
    02/15/2018
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    Can Esplanade EZ hurt dormant Bermuda grass ?
    Thinking about spraying a baseball field and the grass is dormant. Is this product good to put down now to help with weed control?
    A

    Esplanade EZ is a non-selective and should not be applied to desired Bermuda. 

    • Do not use this product in or around vegetable gardens or in landscaped areas where young plants will soon be planted within 6 months after treatment.
    • This product is not intended to be used on turf grass.

    Please provide the targeted weeds for an alternative product recommendation. Thank you!

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  • Asked by Michael from Elm Grove, La
    06/29/2018
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    Can Esplanade EZ be applied to ditches with water present
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    Esplanade EZ cannot be used in areas where water is present.   Applications should be kept at least 25 feet away from water areas.

    Per the product label: To protect the environment, do not allow pesticide to enter or run off into storm drains, drainage ditches, gutters, or surface waters. Applying this product in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours will help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area. This chemical has properties and characteristics associated with chemicals detected in groundwater. This chemical may leach into ground water if used in areas where soils are permeable, particularly where the water table is shallow. This pesticide may impact water quality due to runoff of rainwater. This is especially true for poorly draining soils and soils with shallow ground water. This product is classified as having a high potential for reaching surface water via runoff for several months or more after application

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  • Asked by Mark from Portland, Or
    10/10/2018
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    Can I tank mix Esplanade EZ with Crossbow?
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    Most EPA-registered herbicides like Esplanade and Crossbow can safely be mixed together.   We recommend that you read and follow the label instructions to prepare a tank mix test to make sure the products are compatible.  

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  • Asked by Matt from Seminole, Ok
    08/16/2018
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    Can I use this product on the infield of a softball field. Or will the dirt transferred to the outfield kill?
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    Esplanade EZ is not labeled to be used in athletic fields so we cannot recommend it anywhere there. 

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  • Asked by Felicia from Dallas,tx
    04/08/2020
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    Can Esplanade EZ be used as a pre-emergent to kill Poa Annua and can it be used in dormant Bermuda grass in spring?
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    Esplanade EZ is labeled to treat Poa Annua as a post emergent application only. However, it is a non-selective and should not be applied to desired Bermuda. Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate can be used in your bermudagrass to control poa annua. The mixing rate is 2.5 fl oz in a gallon of water if you are doing a spot treatment. If you are treating a larger area, you will use 0.8 fl oz in a gallon of water. This will cover 200 square feet.

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