|Trade Name: Marengo, Specticle||Common Name: indaziflam||Formulations: 0.622 SC* / 0.0224 GR|
Selective preemergence residual control of many annual grasses and broadleaf weeds in field and container grown nursery crops, Christmas trees, non-production areas in container nurseries, and in greenhouses and similar covered structures. The SC formulation should be used as a directed spray avoiding contact with crop foliage. Sold as Specicle for landscape and turfgrass uses. Recommended rates of application differ between use sites. Check the label for details.
|Amount of Active Ingredient||Amount of Formulation Herbicide|
|0.622 SC||0.0224 GR|
0.0224 – 0.075 lb*
*note: rate differences between formulations
|7.5 to 15.5 fl oz||100 – 200 lb|
|Per 1,000 sq ft||0.17 to 0.36 fl oz||2.3 – 4.6 lb|
Annual grasses such as crabgrass, goosegrass, foxtails, barnyardgrass, and annual bluegrass; annual broadleaf weeds including bittercress, doveweed, oxalis, spurge; and annual sedges from seed.
Emerged weeds are not controlled with the granular formulations. The SC formulation may control some small seedling broadleaf weeds.. Poor control of Japanese stiltgrass, marsh parsley and eclipta have been observed. Weeds sprouting from vegetative organs like rhizomes, tubers and bulbs are not controlled. Does not control nutsedge. Efficacy on large-seeded broadleaf weeds such as morningglory and ragweed is unknown.
Use the SC formulation as a directed spray only. Apply before weeds emerge. In newly planted ornamentals, water plants to settle the soil before applying. Marengo must be incorporated with about 1⁄2-inch of rainfall or irrigation as soon as possible after application.
Spray applications over the top of crop plants can be injure plants. Young, tender foliage is more sensitive to injury than mature foliage. Do not use the SC formulation in container crops. Not for use in propagation beds, herbaceous perennials, or liner production. Injury to hydrangea and euonymus has been reported. Excess doses have cause stem girdling and root inhibition in young, newly planted liners in some species, including red maple.
About 4 months of residual weed control is expected. Under some environmental conditions, longer residual may be observed. In field sites, residual may last more than 6 months. Spring applications may interfere with establishment of fall-seeded cover crops; annual ryegrass is especially sensitive to indaziflam residues.
Absorbed through roots and shoot tissues. Inhibits root and shoot growth, through interference with cell wall formation and cell division; specifically by inhibiting cellulose biosynthesis. Foliar symptoms include stunted, yellowed new growth. Stem girdling and swelling at the soil line may occur in some sensitive species. HRAC Group L; WSSA Group 29.
|Worker Protection Standards||REI: 12 hours|
|PPE: coveralls, waterproof gloves, shoes plus socks|
|Manufacturer: OHP||EPA Reg. # 432-1518-53207|
* Caution: When the product is available in more than one formulation, the formulation designated with the asterisk (*) was used as the primary source of information for this publication.
Publication date: May 30, 2014
Revised: April 2, 2019
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