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Sendero® herbicide is the new standard in mesquite control™, offering greater than 15 percent better control and more consistency than the old standard. Sendero does not harm grasses and many desirable brush species. Controlling mesquite with Sendero results in increased grass production and improved wildlife habitat.
Sendero® herbicide not only increases honey mesquite control but also exhibits minimal nontarget tree effects. Early data collection indicates that Sendero causes only minor or no injury to important livestock and wildlife tree species.
Sendero provides improved and more consistent control of mesquite, compared with the old standard of Remedy® Ultra plus Reclaim® herbicide.1
1Cummings, D. C., Langston, V. B., and Burch, P. L. 2012. GF 2791 (Sendero), a new herbicide containing aminopyralid and clopyralid, for honey mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa) control in southwestern rangelands. Technical Presentation, 65th Annual Meeting and Trade Show of the Society for Range Management, Spokane, Wash.
Sendero offers best-in-class grass safety and has minimal impact on desirable forbs and certain wildlife browse species. Sendero controls mesquite but leaves behind guayacan, pricklypear, tasajillo, cenizo, torrey croton, leatherstem, coyotillo, oreganillo, riogrande beebrush and elbowbush. Sendero causes short-term canopy reduction on guajillo and kidneywood.
This product delivers effective weed control against the following:
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Mesquite poses a serious threat across the Southwest – it crowds out desirable forages and wildlife habitat. Sendero® herbicide is the new standard in mesquite control, providing a higher level of control and more consistent control. Sendero is selec
Potassium salt of 2-pyridine carboxylic acid, 4-amino-3,6-dichloro-; Monoethanolamine salt of 3,6-dichloro-2-pyridinecarboxylic acid
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Proper conditions required for acceptable honey mesquite control with herbicide applications:
Aerial broadcast. Ground broadcast. High-volume foliar/leaf spray.
Sendero herbicide has proven to be more consistent and more efficacious than a mixture of Remedy® Ultra and Reclaim® herbicides.1 But even with this effective tool for mesquite control, land managers and applicators still need to make applications at the right times.
To control mesquite with Sendero, or any herbicide, soil temperature should be at least 75 F. Avoid treating in low humidity, during drought stress or after a big rain following a dry period. Avoid spraying during active bean elongation of mesquite trees.
1Cummings, D. C., V. B. Langston, and P. L. Burch. 2012. GF-2791 [Sendero], a new herbicide containing aminopyralid and clopyralid, for honey mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa) control in southwestern rangelands. Technical Presentation, 65th Annual Meeting and Trade Show of the Society for Range Management, Spokane, Wash.
Label precautions apply to forage treated with GrazonNext HL and to manure from animals that have consumed treated forage within the last three days. Consult the label for full details.
™®Trademark of Dow AgroSciences, DuPont or Pioneer, and their affiliated companies or their respective owners. MezaVue is a Restricted Use Pesticide. GrazonNext HL, MezaVue and Sendero are not registered for sale or use in all states. Contact your state pesticide regulatory agency to determine if a product is registered for sale or use in your state. State restrictions on the sale and use of Remedy Ultra apply. Consult the label before purchase or use for full details. Always read and follow label directions. Patent Pending.
Sendero is covered by U.S. Patent No. 10,412,964 and other pending U.S. patent applications, international patents, and pending international patent applications.