2,4-D LV4 Ester Herbicide - 2.5 Gallons

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2,4-D LV4 Ester Herbicide

2,4-D LV 4 is a low-volatile phenoxy herbicide formulation that controls a variety of broadleaf weeds in crops including cereal grains, corn, sorghum, soybeans (pre-plant burndown only), rangeland & pasture, fallow land and ornamental turf. 2,4-D LV 4 will be more effective at controlling weeds at temperatures below 50° F as compared to 2,4-D amine formulations.

  • A low-volatile formulation that has excellent compatibility with a variety of fertilizer solutions.
  • Effective in controlling more than 90 broadleaf weeds when applied at the young and active growing stage.
  • 2,4-D LV 4 offers broad label uses including forestry, grasses grown for turf, red potatoes and various non-crop applications.

    Active Ingredients

    63.7% - 2-ethylhexyl ester of 2,4-d acid            

    Application Rate

    On newly seed Grass (five-leaf stage or later) - 3/4 to 1 pt. per acre

    On Well-Established Grass - 2 to 3 pt. per acre

    Labeled for Use On

     Most turfgrass except creeping grasses (spot treat only) or susceptible southern grasses like St. Augustine 


     beggarticks, smallflowered bittercress, bitterweed, common broomweed, common burdock, smallflowered buttercup, carpetweed, common cinquefoil, rough cinquefoil, common cocklebur, coffeeweed, Virginia copperleaf, Texas croton, woolly croton, fixweed, galinsoga, Carolina geranium, wild hemp, horseweed, jewelweed, jimsonweed, knotweed, kochia, common lambsquarter, pickly lettuce, wild lettuce, lupine, little mallow, venice mallow, marshelder, annual morningglory, ivy morningglory, woolly morningglory, mousetail, mustards (except blue mustard), wild parsnip, pennycress, pepperweeds, pigweeds, poorjoe, common primrose, common purslane, Florida pusley, wild radish, common ragweed, giant ragweed, wild rape, yellow rocket, common salsify, western salsify, shepherdspurse, sicklepd, smartweed, bitter sneezeweed, annual sowthistle, spiny sowthistle, spanishneedles, sunflower, sweetclover, tansymustard, bull thistle, musk thistle, Russian thistle (tumbleweed), velvetleaf, vetches, Alfalfa, Jerusalem Artichoke, many-flower aster, Austrian fieldcress, bindweed (hedge, field, and European), blue lettuce, Texas blueweed, broomweed, bullnettle, wild carrot, catnip, chicory, red clover, coffeeweed, hoary cress, dandelion, docks, dogbanes, cutleaf eveningprimrose, wild garlic, goldenrod, orange hawkweed, healall, western ironweed, ground ivy, nettle, wild onion, pennywort, plantains, tansy ragwort, perennial sowthistle, Canada thistle, vervains, wormwood

    Labeled for Use In

    Cereal crops, corn, soybeans, sorghum, weeds and brush in rangeland, pastures, rights-of-way, and similar noncrop uses; Ornamental turf, includes lawns, golf courses, cemeteries and parks, airfields, roadsides, sports fields, turfgrass lawns and other grass areas; Grasses grown for seed or sod; Forests

    Chemical Group

     Group 4

    Not for Sale

     No Restrictions


     2.5 Gallon




     Agri-Star 2,4-D LV4

     Please see label for extended information and safety information