Barricade® 65WG herbicide stops more than 30 weeds from emerging. The water-dispersible granule provides the ease of handling and reduced packaging of a dry formulation.
Barricade® 65WG herbicide controls more than 30 weeds with season-long control at low use rates. The water-dispersible granule provides the ease of handling and reduced packaging of a dry formulation.
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Powered by the active ingredient chlorantraniliprole, Acelepryn® insecticide provides excellent, season-long grub control with a single (8-16 fl oz/A) application in April or May. But Acelepryn is more than just outstanding grub control. That same application for grubs will control many key surface feeding pests including several species of caterpillars as well as annual bluegrass weevil (ABW). For ABW, apply 12–20 fl oz/A, which will provide an even broader spectrum of effective control.
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Monument® 75WG herbicide gives turf professionals a great tool for controlling all major sedges and more than 40 other weeds on their turf. Create great looking turf with this broad-spectrum herbicide that inhibits weed growth soon after application. Monument 75WG also removes over-seeded, cool-season grasses which helps ensure a better transition to bermudagrass.
Princep® Liquid herbicide provides turf professionals with a tool to use in the fall to control a number of pesky winter annual weeds including Poa annua. It can be used on bermuda, centipede, St. Augustine and zoysia. It enters the weed through the roots to inhibit growth.
Tenacity® herbicide can be used for pre- and post-emergence control of more than 46 broadleaf weed and grass species. Its active ingredient, mesotrione, is based on a naturally occurring compound produced by the bottlebrush plant (Callistemon citrinus) that inhibits photosynthesis in susceptible plant species. It is absorbed by plants through the roots, shoots and leaves and distributed throughout the plant by both xylem and phloem translocation.
To establish a winter playing surface, bermudagrass golf courses are overseeded in early fall with perennial ryegrass (and Poa trivialis on greens). At the typical overseeding time, growing conditions are still favorable for bermudagrass development.
Naturalized areas and roughs are becoming a more common focus on golf courses that are considering environmental changes to their property. These areas are considered low-maintenance, but the level of inputs will impact their quality and appearance of naturalized areas.
A weed can be defined simply as a plant growing where it’s not wanted. An agronomic view would add that weeds compete for water, light and space with desirable plants, and can harbor diseases and insects.
Weed management in ornamental nurseries is essential for maximizing plant production. Weeds compete with plants for valuable resources and nutrients, while also indirectly affecting plants by acting as hosts for diseases and insects.
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