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Kills: Noxious weeds, brush, broadleaves
Escort XP Herbicide contains metsulfuron methyl as the primary ingredient for killing weeds, grasses and woody plants. This systemic compound provides foliage and soil activity, targeting bothersome weeds and inhibiting cell division in both the shoots and the roots. It also offers some residual activity in the soil, helping to kill weeds in the target area for months without continuously needing to retreat the site.
With Escort XP Herbicide, you can escort weeds and woody plants out of conifer and hardwood plantations, industrial sites and noncrop areas. It's useful for eliminating weeds along rights of way, airports, railroads and sewage disposal areas. Use it to kill grasses along fence rows, barrier strips and fuel storage sites. You can also apply Escort XP to lumberyards and tank farms for controlling certain noxious weeds and plants.
Use Escort XP herbicide to kill annual sowthistle, bittercress, chicory and dandelion. It's a powerful weed killer for targeting goldenrod, sweet clover and wild garlic. Some other common weeds include:
Weeds grow quickly and make native grasses and plants compete for nutrients. With Escort XP Herbicide weed killer, you can stop and prevent weed growth and protect desirable plants for months. It provides residual activity in the soil and reduces the amount of product for use, saving you time and money in your weed management program. When other weed killers fail to deliver long-lasting results, go with Escort XP as your herbicide of choice.
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.
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