Remove hard-to-control weeds with Telar XP herbicide. It works to kill established weeds while also eliminating pre-emergent weeds before they take root. It's a dry flowable product that not only works on its own but also as part of an integrated pest management program. Telar XP works on noncrop areas and continues to work long after a single application. In fact, it should never be applied more than three times per year.
Features and Specifications
Chlorsulfuron - 75%
Range and Pastures, Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) lands, Non-crop industrial sites, including grazed areas on these sites, Airports, Military Installations, Fence rows, Petroleum Tank Farms, Railroads, Storage Areas
AK, CA, HI, WA
How Telar XP Herbicide Works
Telar XP Herbicide contains chlorsulfuron as the active ingredient, a chemical that stops cell division in the plant's roots and shoots. With one application, the active ingredient targets the cells and stops the plant from growing. It not only targets postemergent weeds but also weeds that have yet to establish in the area.
Where to Use Telar XP Herbicide
Use Telar XP herbicide in noncrop areas such as rights of way, ditch banks and fencerows. It's safe for use on public, private and industrial areas, including pastures and rangelands. It works to kill annual, biennial and perennial weeds throughout grazed areas; however, it should not be applied in irrigation ditches.
Telar XP Herbicide works on all life stages of weeds and provides the most consistent control when it's applied with a surfactant. Some of Telar XP's target weeds include:
Telar XP Herbicide Eliminates Troublesome Weeds
Apply Telar XP Herbicide to kill a variety of weeds in noncrop areas on public and private land. It stops the weeds from growing and prevents further growth in the area. One application is all it takes to clear the target area and to provide residual control for months.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
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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