SureGuard® SC - Nufarm US Greenhouse Nursery


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Residual Control that Lasts – Now in a Convenient Liquid Formula.



New from Nufarm, liquid SureGuard® SC provides an exceptional value that allows you to offer more and make more – a perfect solution for your customers. SureGuard SC delivers the same long lasting residual control of grass and broadleaf weeds that you’ve come to expect from SureGuard in a new convenient liquid formulation. Also, SureGuard SC enhances the speed and spectrum of glyphosate when used as a tank mix partner, even on glyphosate resistant weeds.


TOUGH CONTROL, QUICK
  • Longest residual pre-emergent control
  • Convenient easy to mix and apply patent pending liquid formulation
  • Broad spectrum including tough-to-control weeds
  • Fast and effective knockdown when tank mixed with glyphosate, even on glyphosate-resistant weeds
  • No staining, spray formulation
  • No yellow color, odor, or concerns with off-target movement and volatility

USE SUMMARY
PRE-EMERGENCE APPLICATION

Pre-emergence weed control with SureGuard® SC is most effective when applied to clean, weed free soil surfaces prior to weed emergence. Moisture is necessary to activate this product on soil for residual weed control. Dry weather following application of this product may reduce effectiveness. However, when adequate moisture is received after dry conditions, this product will control susceptible germinating weeds.

To ensure uniform coverage when using boom sprayers, use 10 to 40 gallons of spray solution per acre. When making backpack applications, apply 50 to 100 gallons of spray solution per acre. Nozzle selection should meet manufacturer’s gallonage and pressure recommendation for pre-emergence herbicide application.

POST-EMERGENCE APPLICATION

The most effective post-emergence weed control occurs when applied in combination with a surfactant to weeds less than 2” in height. Apply only to actively growing weeds. This product is most effective when applied under sunny conditions at temperatures above 65°F.

SureGuard SC is rainfast one hour after application. Applications should not be made if rain is expected within one hour of application or efficacy may be reduced.

To ensure thorough coverage when using boom sprayers apply 15 to 30 gallons of spray solution per acre. Apply 20 to 30 gallons per acre when using a boom sprayer if dense vegetation or heavy residue is present on the soil surface. When applying with a backpack sprayer, apply 1 gallon of spray solution per 500 to 1,000 square feet. Nozzle selection should meet manufacturer’s gallonage and pressure recommendations for post-emergence herbicide application.


RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS
DO NOT apply in enclosed greenhouse structures if plants are present.
DO NOT move plants into enclosed greenhouses for 24 hours and until the treated area has been watered.
DO NOT apply when weather conditions favor spray drift from treated areas.
DO NOT graze treated fields or hay to livestock.
DO NOT incorporate into soil after application.
DO NOT apply this product through any type of irrigation system.
DO NOT apply when plants are under stress from insects, diseases, animals or winter injury, planting shock or any other stresses. Only apply to healthy established trees and ornamentals.
DO NOT apply more than 12 fluid ounces of this product per acre per application.
DO NOT apply more than 24 fluid ounces of this product per acre per year.


See label for complete application precautions and restrictions.
EPA REG. NO.
71368-114

ACTIVE INGR.
flumioxazin (44%)

FORMULATION
N-phenylphthalimide

CHEM. FAMILY
N-phenylphthalimide

HRAC NUMBER
14

RES. USE
no

PACKAGE SIZE
4 x 64 oz


KEY USES
Container and field grown conifers including Christmas trees
Container and field grown deciduous trees and non-bearing fruit and nut trees and vines
Non-crop areas and around buildings, fencerows, gravel surfaces, driveways, ground mats, and other similar sites


KEY WEEDS CONTROLLED
(See product label for complete list)
Bittercress
Barnyardgrass*
Bluegrass*
Chickweed
Crabgrass*
Dandelion*
Eclipta
Field pennycress
Florida beggarweed
Florida pusley
Foxtail*
Goosegrass*
Groundsel
Kochia
Lambsquarters
Mallow
Morningglory
Nightshade
Palmer amaranth
Pennsylvania smartweed
Pigweed
Pineapple-weed*
Prickly sida (teaweed)
Puncturevine
Ragweed
Redmaids
Russian thistle
Shepherd’s-purse
Spiny amaranth
Spurge
Velvetleaf
Waterhemp
Yellow rocket

*Pre-emerge only