Envu launches four new cool-season herbicide options

Envu will enter the cool-season herbicide market with four new products designed to tackle cool-season turfgrass problems.

Envu will enter the cool-season herbicide market with four new products designed to address cool-season turfgrass problems. Acclaim Accelerate, Terradex Crabgrass & Broadleaf, Terradex Quick Strike and Terradex Power Premix are new offerings from the company created to tackle crabgrass and more than 90 broadleaf weeds.

“The new herbicide products are designed to be applied during the hardest parts of the year to control tough-to-manage weeds,” said Zac Reicher, Ph.D., Green Solutions Team at Envu. “All of these products can be used in ride-on sprayers and can be applied over new seeding after the second mowing. We know lawn care crews need herbicide solutions that are dependable. These new products deliver on that promise.”

Features of the new products:

  • Acclaim Accelerate: The new herbicide features a high-quality surfactant that becomes rainfast quicker and enhances control of 3- to 5-tiller stage crabgrass, according to the company. Acclaim Accelerate can be applied spring through late summer in either broadcast or spot applications.
  • Terradex Crabgrass & Broadleaf: Labeled for 192 broadleaf and annual grassy weeds. The ideal application is shortly after crabgrass germination or after it has matured beyond 5-tillers.
  • Terradex Quick Strike: Labeled for more than 90 broadleaf weeds including dandelions, oxalis, plantains, Virginia buttonweed, white clover, thistles, wild garlic and onion, ground ivy and knotweed. According to the company, the new herbicide rainfastness in 6 hours, controls broadleaf weeds delivers results in 24 to 48 hours and plant death occurs within 10 to 24 days. Terradex Quick Strike is best applied spring through fall at temperatures less than 90 degrees.
  • Terradex Power Premix: The premixed formula is proven to kill tough-to-control species like ground ivy, wild violet, clover, docks, knotweed, Lespedeza, old world diamond flower, poison ivy, poison oak, puncturevine, purslane, Virginia buttonweed, wild onion, wild garlic and more. It is best applied from spring through fall at temperatures above 50 degrees and below 90 degrees.
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