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Reward Landscape and Aquatic Herbicide

Product Overview

Reward Herbicide - A Fast-Acting Non-Selective Herbicide

Reward® Landscape and Aquatic Herbicide provides no-wait control to a variety of aquatic weeds and is ideal for non-selective weed control in turf and landscapes as well as a trim and edge tool. It is a non-selective, highly active herbicide for control of floating, submerged and marginal aquatic weeds. Reward provides fast burn-down, works in cold weather and rainfast in as little as 30 minutes. The active ingredient, diquat dibromide, has been used successfully in sensitive aquatic areas for over 25 years.

Key Features

  • It can be used along the edges and non-flooded areas of ponds, lakes, drainage ditches and canals.
  • Once applied, it diffuses rapidly through the cuticle and then throughout the leaf tissue of the weed. The first effects can be seen within an hour.
  • Complete control of floating vegetation occurs within one to five days, while submerged weeds require approximately five to 15 days for control.

Key Benefits

  • Highly active, non-selective
  • Broadest spectrum aquatic herbicide available
  • Low use rates
  • Manages weed problems in aquatic, grounds maintenance and landscaping areas

Download Supporting Reward Landscape and Aquatic Documents

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Effective Overseeding Strategies for the Southwest(PDF)

An overview of effective overseeding strategies for the Southwestern US.

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Golf Portfolio Brochure(PDF)

See how the Syngenta portfolio of products can lead to unrivaled turf quality on golf courses.

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Reward Herbicide Applicator Sheet(PDF)

Fast aquatic weed control that’s easy on surroundings

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Reward Herbicide: Powerful Partner with Systemic Herbicides(PDF)

The fast burndown of Reward complements systemic activity.




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