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Opensight® is a proven, cost-effective granule herbicide offering vegetation managers a convenient season-long solution for hard-to-control weed and brush species, including many glyphosate- and sulfonylurea-resistant species.
The soil residual of Opensight® specialty herbicide offers season-long control of more than 170 key broadleaf weed and woody plant species, including thistles, wild carrot, poison hemlock, goldenrods, dandelion, false dandelion, marestail, knapweeds, blackberry, black locust, honeylocust, wisteria and tree-of-heaven.
Opensight is an excellent tank-mix partner for bareground treatments, as well as for woody plant control programs. It increases productivity with season-long control and application flexibility.
The convenient dry-granule formulation of Opensight provides broader control with less effort and low use rates (1.5 to 3.3 ounces per acre).
This product delivers effective weed control against the following:
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Apply Opensight® specialty herbicide at a rate of 1.5 to 3.3 ounces per acre.
Apply Opensight as a coarse low-pressure spray. Do not apply this product with mist blower systems that deliver very fine spray droplets. Spray volume should be sufficient to uniformly cover foliage.
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