Envy 3L Safe Control of Buttercup, Dandelion, Chickweed & Daisy in Paddocks
Envy controls buttercup, dandelion, daisy, plantain and a wide range of annual and perennial weeds in paddocks and grassland.
Flexible application options and a short interval between spraying (minimum 7 days) and returning grazing animals makes it ideal for paddock owners.
Can be applied to newly sown leys once the grass is established and applied via a knapsack or boom sprayer.
|Weeds Controlled*||Buttercups, dandelions, chickweed, daisy, plantain, cleavers, yarrow, bindweed, clover and a wide range of annual and perennial weeds|
Envy is highly effective on buttercups, dandelions, clover, plantains, chickweed and a wide range of annual and perennial weeds but it will damage clover.
The short interval (minimum 7 days) between spraying Envy weed killer and returning grazing animals to the field makes it highly versatile for paddock owners.
Envy weed killer is one of the few weedkillers that can be used safely on newly established grass when applied at the warranted lower dose rate of 1.0-1.5 L/ha, once the grass has started to tiller. . Envy contains an ingredient that makes it particularly effective when used in cool temperatures and can be applied between 1st February and 30th November meaning that it can be applied before chickweed flowers and impacts grass growth.
- Envy gives strong control on buttercups, dandelions, and other annual and perennial weeds
- Controls chickweed in established and newly-established grassland - better than fluroxypyr in fluctuating temperatures
- Envy is one of a few herbicides which can be used on newly established leys
- Wide use period - Envy can be applied between 1st February and 30th November
- Minimum 7 day interval after spraying before returning grazing animals
- May need longer if poisonous plant foliage is present
- No manure restriction - meaning manure can be used immediately if picked for use in garden and allotments
- Rainfast in 2 hours
- Suitable for boom spray application and knapsack application
Application and notes guidance:
- In newly sown leys apply to weeds which are small and actively growing
- Envy will not control weeds that are not present at the time of application
- If weeds are larger than ideal, cut back the sward and spray the regrowth
- Allow 2 - 3 weeks after cutting before applying Envy
- Allow 4 weeks between spraying and cutting grass to get the best effect of the herbicide
- Do not roll or harrow grass for 10 days before or 7 days after application
- Do not spray where clover or other legumes are wanted in the grass
- Grass seed can be stitched in 1 month after application
- Clover can be stitched in 3 months after application
- Grazing can start again just 7 days after application
- Use Envy to replace straight fluroxypyr on chickweed, where it is more effective in cooler conditions and at lower rates-best used before flowering on chickweed
- Optimum control of buttercups is before flowering. However uniquely, Envy can be used after flowering as well, giving a good level of control
- Ensure all spraying equipment is cleaned fully after use
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|Contains||100 g/L fluroxypyr, 2.5 g/L florasulam|
Boomspray Application Rate
|Established Grassland||2 L/ha in 200 - 400 L/ha water|
|New Sown Leys||1-1.5 L/ha in 200-400 L/ha water|
Knapsack tank application rate
100ml in 10 L to cover 500m2
Newly established grass which has tillered 50ml in 10 L water to cover 500m2