Product Focus: Postemergent Herbicides

May 20, 2016 -  By
WEEDFree

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Civitas 
weedfree brand 
concentrate

Civitas
Recently approved in 
California, this hybrid selective herbicide is free of offensive odor. Its microtechnology delivery system penetrates most weeds, resulting in less active ingredients required to kill weeds down to the root, 
the company says.

Tribute Total

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Bayer
Tribute Total provides postemergent control of Poa annua, goosegrass, dallisgrass, Virginia buttonweed, doveweed and sedges, as well as kyllingas and other broadleaf weeds. The herbicide is absorbed by the foliage and carried to the site of action in the growing points of the susceptible plant.

LockUp

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Lockup Logo

Dow AgroSciences
Labeled for use on warm- and cool-season grasses, LockUp controls such broadleaf weeds as white clover, dollarweed and dandelion at low use rates. It’s available from distributors nationwide on granular fertilizers in single, two-way and three-way herbicide combinations.

Escalade 2

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Escalade Logo

Nufarm
As a three-way, fast-acting herbicide, Escalade 2 controls more than 240 broadleaf weeds. It will be dependable and consistent regardless of cool, hot, wet or dry conditions, the company says.

Q4 Plus

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Photo: PBI Gordon

PBI/Gordon
Q4 Plus Turf Herbicide for Grassy & Broadleaf Weeds controls a variety of weeds, even yellow nutsedge. The product is highly selective on cool-season turfgrasses, the company says, and is labeled for select southern turf species—making it ideal for listed bluegrasses, ryegrasses and fescues.

Monument

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Syngenta
For warm-season turfgrass, Monument 75WG herbicide controls all major sedges along with 40 other weed/grass types including dandelion, crabgrass (suppression), nutsedge, clover and spurge, as a postemergent broadcast or spot treatment.

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