SiteVue™ VM Herbicide — Land Management
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SiteVue VM 

SiteVue VM herbicide a new Land Management herbicide brought to you by the global leader in Vegetation Management.

 

SiteVue VM is used in the state of the art Continuum System. 

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Benefits

Improved Broad-spectrum Control

  • Extended broadleaf weed control
  • Increased activity on hard-to-control weeds
  • Enhanced control on certain woody species

Peace of Mind

  • Reduced-risk herbicide
  • Green Chemistry Challenge Award winner (Rinskor active)
  • Practically nonvolatile
  • Low odor
  • Safe on grass and most beneficial forbs

Excellent Custom Blend Partner

Technical Specifications

Woody Plant Control

Use in Continuum™ custom blends:  The woody brush spectrum may be increased by using a custom blend containing SiteVue VM with Garlon® 3A, Vastlan®, Garlon® 4 Ultra, Milestone, Arsenal®, and/or Escort® XP.

Broadleaf Weed Control

Use in Continuum custom blends: Improve the spectrum of control of difficult to control broadleaf weeds by blending SiteVue VM with Freelexx, Garlon 3A, Vastlan, and/or Milestone.

NeoEC™ Formulation

  • NeoEC ™ Corteva trademarked name for emulsifiable concentrate (EC) formulations that contain less than 10 wt% petroleum distillates
  • NeoEC ™ formulation denotes formulations containing reduced or no petroleum distillates, highlighting the benefits from traditional ECs: 
    • Advantages
      • Relatively easy to emulsify in water
      • Low viscosity and good pourability performance
      • Active is soluble and remains soluble (i.e. forms emulsion) upon dilution
      • Good bio-efficacy
      • Low odor 

 

Use Rate: 5-21 Fluid Ounces Per Acre Use Rate

  • Do Not Make More than 2 Applications Per Year (Maximum of 21 Fluid Ounces Per Acre Per Application)
  • Do Not Apply More than 42 Fluid Ounces Per Acre Per Year
  • Include an MSO or Crop Oil Concentrate at 1% v/v

 

Nonrestricted: Does not contain 2,4-D or dicamba.

Application Method

Recommended for both broadcast (Aerial and Ground) foliar and various individual plant treatments such as low volume foliar or dormant stem, hydraulic foliar or dormant stem, hack and squirt, frill or girdle, cut surface, and low volume basal bark applications.

 

Ground Broadcast Application: Spray volumes greater than 10 gallons per acre generally provide better coverage and control.

 

Aerial Broadcast Application: Use 2 gallons or more per acre total spray volume. Using 5 gallons per acre or greater will generally provide better coverage and control, particularly for dense and/or tall foliage.

 

Spot Application: Spot treatments may be applied at an equivalent broadcast rate of up to 42 fluid ounces per acre per year. If area is hayed or grazed, no more than 50% of an acre may be treated at this rate.

Application Timing

Treat when weeds are actively growing and not stressed by drought or other condition. Increase herbicide rate within the labeled rate range as the season progresses and plants become more mature. Higher rates will produce an increase in residual.

Adjuvant Recommendations

Nonionic Surfactant: 0.25% volume per volume (1 to 2 quarts per 100 gallons of spray)

Methylated Seed Oil: 1% volume per volume

Blends: See labels for recommended rates.

Do not use pure organosilicone surfactants in spray mixtures of this product.

Use Sites

Highways and Utility Rights-of-Way

Industrial Sites

Tank Farms

Storage

 

Airports

Controlled Weeds

This product delivers effective weed control against the following:

  • Alligatorweed
  • Canada Thistle
  • Curly Dock
  • Field bindweed
  • Fleabane, Hairy (Conyza bonariensis)
  • Kochia
  • Lambsquarters, Common (Chenopodium album)
  • Lettuce, Prickly
  • Mallow, Common (Malva neglecta)
  • Mustard
  • Pigweed, Redroot
  • Ryegrass, Italian
  • Swinecress (Coronopus didymus)
  • Vetch
  • Virginia Pepperweed
  • Wild Carrot

Refer to the Product Label for complete product efficacy information.

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