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A Fast-Acting Non-Selective Herbicide

Reward® 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.

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Reward Landscape and Aquatic Herbicide

Reward® Landscape and Aquatic Herbicide is a fast-acting, non-selective herbicide that controls floating, submerged and marginal aquatic weeds, even in sensitive aquatic environments. Reward is also ideal for non-selective weed control and burn-down in turf and landscapes including as a trim and edge tool.

Active Ingredients:

Diquat Dibromide

HRAC/FRAC/IRAC Classification:

Group 22 Herbicide



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          Features & Benefits

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


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