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Barricade 65WG
Controls More Than 30 Weeds With the Advantages of a Dry Formulation

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.

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Barricade 65WG Herbicide

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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HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 3 Herbicide



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          Features & Benefits

          • Adjust the rate to provide the desired length of control. Even at its lowest rate (0.5 lbs. /A) Barricade can provide up to three months crabgrass control. At its highest rate (1.5 lbs. /A) weed control can extend up to 8 months.
          • Other weeds controlled include goosegrass, Poa annua, chickweed, knotweed, pigweed, purslane and spurge. It also controls the same weeds around most landscape ornamentals.
          • It can be tank-mixed with other products to broaden its spectrum or to control weeds already emerged.
          • Low volatility.
          • Does not stain shoes, fences or other landscape features.
          • Can be applied in fall to control crabgrass through the following spring.


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