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Panoramic 2SL Imazapyr Herbicide

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Panoramic 2SL Herbicide (generic Plateau) by Alligare LLC is an imazapyr herbicide used to control annual and perennial weeds in non-cropland areas such as ranges, pastures, roadsides, and rights-of way. Panoramic herbicide can be used to kill grass permanently.

Target Pests

Panoramic 2 SL Herbicide is used to control weeds and grasses such as crabgrass foxtail panicum signalgrass jewgrass barnyardgrass sandbur ryegrass fescue wild oats barley johnsongrass nutsedge bahiagrass dallisgrass smutgrass and many more listed grasses and weeds.

For Use In

Panoramic 2 SL is for use in conservation reserve program land paved surfaces pastures rangelands rights-of-way railroad utility plant sites fence rows storage areas airports and turf areas(industrial golf courses recreation and non-residential sites).


For post-emergent applications add an adjuvant to the mix such as a soil penentrant. For quick burn of existing vegetation a systemic herbicide like Glyphosate should be added.

Ground applications of Panoramic 2 SL Herbicide vary depending on vegetation to be controlled and how you are spraying. Spray volume per acre is determined by the equipment used see label for specific details.

Do not apply Panoramic 2 SL to residential lawns.

Coverage Area

Each quart of Panoramic Herbicide will treat up to 1 acre.

Time to Kill

Panoramic 2 SL Herbicide begins to eliminate unwanted weeds within turf just after application but can take up to several weeks to completely kill of the target weeds.

Mix Rate

For spot treatments of Panoramic 2 SL Herbicide mix at a rate of 0.3 to 1.9 ounces per gallon of water.

Active Ingredient

Imazapyr 23.3%

Panoramic 2SL Imazapyr Herbicide

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When to apply panoramic for cheat grass?
Gary S on Jan 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: For best results for cheatgrass control, make a late summer or fall application of Alligare Panoramic 2SL before cheatgrass emerges and prior to planting desirable species.
I am trying to kill Mullin in a native grass pasture
Will this Panoramic 2SL work?
Dale on Apr 22, 2016

Plateau is not labeled for control of Mullin in native grass pastures.

Here are some Chemical Control (Noted here are chemical control methods that have been used in other areas. Always check with
weed specialists or chemical suppliers before treatment to ensure correct dosage and application. Mention of these
products does not imply endorsement by the Northern Arizona Weed Council or The Nature Conservancy.):
For situations where hand pulling of plants is not practical or safe, herbicidal control is an
effective option. Apply a 2% solution of Roundup_ (chemical name: glyphosate) or Garlon_
(chemical name: triclopyr) and water plus a non-ionic surfactant, using a tank or backpack
sprayer to thoroughly cover the leaves of mullein. Do not apply so heavily that the herbicide
drips off the leaf surface. Use caution, as Roundup_ is a non-selective herbicide that can kill
desirable plants. Garlon_ is selective to broadleaf plants and is a better choice if native or
other desirable grasses are present. Applications can be made during the early spring when
most other non-target vegetation is dormant
Will the Panoramic kill Canada thistle and leafy spurge?
Chilly on Jul 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, Panoramic 2SL will kill Canada Thistle and Leafy Spurge.

Perennial weeds like leafy spurge, Dalmation
toadflax, and Russian knapweed can be controlled in most cases with a single broadcast application
of Alligare Panoramic 2SL. Spot treatments with Alligare Panoramic 2SL may be necessary to
control any weeds not controlled by the broadcast application. Long term weed control in rangeland
is best achieved when Alligare Panoramic 2SL is used in conjunction with land management
practices that promote growth and sustainability of desired plant specie
I want to kill cheatgrass and replace it with these native wildflowers: lupine, penstemon, California poppy, wild mint, and others. Will Panoramic 2SL inhibit these natives?
John A on Oct 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I've never used it for that purpose so I can't say. I'd be careful of rate used since it does have residual soil activity
I have an area that was previously cheatgrass and has been tilled. I plan on seeding with wildflowers in the spring about 6 months from now. Will the ground be safe to plant in the spring?
Dennis R on Oct 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes. The area should be good to seed after 90 days of your last application.
I was told by an agent to use Panoramic 2SL at a rate of 1 ounce per gallon to kill cheat grass. It killed my soil. Will my soil recover? What can I do to help it along?
Rebecca V on Jul 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Not sure I understand, so it kill everything including the grass? It can yellow some grasses and this will last for 2 to 4 weeks, but will usually return to normal color and health.

Alligare Panoramic 2SL can cause injury to desirable grass species if the application is made to
grasses that are under stress due to disease, insect damage and/or other causes. Some yellowing
of desirable grasses may occur after an application of Alligare Panoramic 2SL made during
the growing season.This is dependent upon weather conditions and is usually short lived (2 to 4
weeks). Do not treat newly seeded or sprigged grass stands with Alligare Panoramic 2SL unless
approved on this label (see “Revegetation with Prairiegrass and other Forage Grasses” section of
this label) or authorized by Alligare, LLC in a supplemental label.
I have a small wildflower meadow and have been overrun by native grasses and weeds. Can i use this product and not kill my wildflowers? I live in NW Wisconsin.
Bob P on Oct 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I use this product on wildflowers in the south east. You need to read the label.
Pendemethalin can be sprayed as a preemerge.
My pasture is a mix of Bermuda, Bahia and native prairie grasses. I have patches of grassburs. My soil pH is between 5.4 and 6. Is Panoramic recommended and if so what treat rate is recommended for grassbur control? I live about 50 miles north of College Station, Texas.
A shopper on Sep 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Alligare Panoramic 2SL will control summer and winter annual weeds as well as some perennial
weeds in bermudagrass turf found along roadsides, utility rights-of-way, railroad
crossings, at airports, and in non-irrigation ditches. Tolerance to Alligare Panoramic 2SL
varies with different bermudagrass types. Therefore, some foliar, stolon and seedhead suppression
may occur depending on turf type, application timing and herbicide rate. When
applying Alligare Panoramic 2SL to bermudagrass turf it is important to (1) make application
only after full bermudagrass green-up otherwise a delay in green-up may occur; (2) add a surfactant;
(3) do not apply to bermudagrass under stress; (4) allow time for bermudagrass
foliage re-growth after mowing before making an application because some internode suppression
(from simultaneously mow/spray operations) may prevent bermudagrass from
quickly recovering from mowing.
Winter Annual Weed Control: Make application prior to winter weed germination or while
winter weeds are actively growing. Use Alligare Panoramic 2SL at 4 to 12 ounces per acre. A
delay in bermudagrass green-up can occur if Alligare Panoramic 2SL is applied too early in
the spring.
Summer Annual Weeds: For best results, make application preemergence or early postemergence
before weeds have reached a height of 6 inches. Use Alligare Panoramic 2SL at 4
to 12 ounces per acre. Control of larger weeds may be possible depending on growing conditions,
species susceptibility, adjuvant selection and tank-mix partner.

Perennial Weeds: Use Alligare Panoramic 2SL at 8 to 12 ounces per acre postemergence
after weeds are large enough for herbicide uptake. For control of a specific weed species, see
the “Special Weed Control” part of this label. Increased control of perennial weeds can
achieved by tank-mixing Alligare Panoramic 2SL with Accord or Roundup Pro.

Bahiagrass Control: Make a postemergence application of Alligare Panoramic 2SL at 8 to
12 ounces per acre. For control of a specific weed species, see the “Special Weed Control”
part of the label. Increased control of perennial weeds can be achieved by tank-mixing Alligare
Panoramic 2SL with Accord or Roundup Pro at 12 to 16 ounces per acre.
Can Panoramic 2SL be applied on a lawn with a hose end sprayer and if so what rate on the dial? Also, what rate per gallon on a large spray tank using a spot sprayer nozzle? I am trying to control Vassey grass in Bermuda, but the label only says 4-8oz/acr
Scott on Jun 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: How large an area are you trying to cover? You could apply with a hose end sprayer, you would have to set it at this rate.

For spot treatments of Panoramic 2 SL Herbicide mix at a rate of 0.3 to 1.9 ounces per gallon of water.

I am wanting to control foxtail barley Hordeum Jubatum L. in an established SFT fescue hay field. Will Panoramic 2SL do that?
doug on Mar 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/douglas/sites/default/files/documents/lf/FoxtailControl.pdf

Good publication, label does list Foxtail as a weed that it will control in hay fields, but not foxtail barlet
What is the application rate permacre for pre emergent Ventenata in established grass pasture for fall application without killing pasture grasses?
Nwdogger on Aug 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: http://www.alligarellc.com/assets/pdf/Panoramic_2SL_LABEL.pdf

Here is the label, cannot find that particular grass listed, but it is listed for pasture grasses.
I am treating a CRP stand of Native grasses in Michigan--Switchgrass, big bluestem, little bluestem and Indian grass for mid contract management. Online I see that the recommended apply rate is 10-12 oz. per acre, while your recommendations are 32 oz. pe
switchgrass on Apr 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum): Do not use Alligare Panoramic 2SL for the establishment of pure switchgrass stands as severe injury or death can result. It can, however, be applied at 2 to 4 ounces per acre if switchgrass is planted in a mixed stand with tolerant species. Even then, some stand thinning or loss of stand may result. If reclaiming a mature switchgrass stand from certain perennial weeds like tall fescue, leafy spurge and Johnsongrass, etc., use Alligare Panoramic 2SL at rates of 10 to 12 ounces per acre.Beware, however, that severe stunting and injury will occur. Do not apply Alligare Panoramic 2SL to switchgrass if severe injury cannot be tolerated.

This is the copy from the label of the product.

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Great for Sandbur Control
I love this stuff for sandbur control. It's amazing! The label says it has pre-and post emergent action, and it does! One use last year prevented emergence of new plants this year. I could not believe it! My guess is that the entire plant metabolized the chemical, including the seed heads, and that damaged their ability to germinate. It will set Bermuda grass back, (I have mostly coastal), but it recovers quickly. It also is safe for grazing animals so I don't have to worry about our horses. I love that is used on conservation areas and is safe for wildflowers so I'm not harming bees or butterflies!! I used very dilute glyphosate in the past, but it only had post emergent action and is horrible for the environment! My only negative thing to say would be that this chemical is very expensive and not easily found. If it was more reasonably priced and more readily available, like at Tractor Supply down here, it would see more use and Alligare would be doing their part to help the environment.
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