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Product Overview


Esplanade Herbicide has been developed specifically for the Vegetation Management (VM) industry, and in Australia, is intended to be used around railroads, roadsides, industrial sites and utility corridors.  Watch video below.

Key Features

Because Esplanade has a unique mode of action, it is very effective against weed species that have developed resistance to other commonly-used herbicides. Additionally, the length of control provided by Esplanade is excellent, long-lasting residual even under difficult conditions.  This reduces the number of applications needed in a season and gives applicators the flexibility they need – saving time and money.  These use rates are much lower than other pre-emergence herbicides.


Key Benefits

With long-term residual control of over 30 weed species in Australia, including grasses, broadleaf weeds and annual sedges.  Outstanding residual control means fewer post-emergent herbicide applications, resulting in less early season mowing and reduced labour and fuel costs. Perfect for maintaining roadside grasses or other large acreage projects where low-maintenance vegetation or erosion control is desired.  A more sustainable solution because it requires less active ingredient than traditional chemistry.


In New Zealand, Esplanade is registered for over 60 weed species, including Paterson's Curse, Plantain, Scotch Thistle and Nettle.  Esplanade can be used in New Zealand as a pre-plant application for Pine Trees and Eucalyptus and a post-plant application for Pine Trees only.




Use & Safety

Where to use

Airport Runway Construction Factories Gravel pathways and car parks Industrial premises Railway

Application rates and delivery

When opening the container, mixing, loading and using the prepared spray, wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist (or equivalent clothing).  If applying by equipment carried on the back of the user wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist (or equivalent clothing) and elbow-length chemical resistant gloves. Wash hands after use. After each day’s use, wash gloves and contaminated clothing.

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