TAG: herbicides

Nufarm launches new non-selective herbicide

April 3, 2019By
Logo: Nufarm

Nufarm launched a new non-selective herbicide which is approved in 42 states, including the most recent additions of Indiana, Maine, Rhode Island and Hawaii.  The product, Cheetah Pro, offers post-emergence control on the toughest weed and grass challenges, including those resistant to glyphosate and other herbicide classes. Its mode of action works quickly to control undesirable plant vegetation around ornamental trees, shrubs... read more

PBI/Gordon launches early order program

September 1, 2016By

PBI/Gordon will run an early order program from October to January on select herbicides and fungicides. To qualify, turf professionals must purchase a minimum of $1,500 of qualifying products from a PBI/Gordon distributor between Oct. 1 and Jan. 15. Additional rebates are available for orders placed prior to Oct. 31. Fifteen products qualify for the early order program, including Segway Fungicide SC, Kabuto Fungicide SC, SpeedZone... read more

Product Focus: Postemergent Herbicides

May 20, 2016By

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 Bayer Tribute Total provides postemergent control of Poa annua, goosegrass, dallisgrass, Virginia buttonweed, doveweed and sedges, as well... read more

A Jump Start to Spring

February 11, 2016By

Early-season herbicide applications can help LCOs get on top of the heavy spring workload. For Mark Leahy, spring is his busiest, most stressful time of year for one main reason: the weather. “If the weather would cooperate, spring wouldn’t be so stressful,” says Leahy, president of Blades of Green, a $5.3-million company in Edgewater, Md. “It all depends on Mother... read more

Liquid vs. granular debate

December 10, 2015By

See what type of herbicides lawn care professionals across the country choose for various turf types. Lee Kral Lawn Service Manager, Mountain High Tree & Lawn Location: Lakewood, Colo. Turf types: Kentucky bluegrass/ryegrass mix, fine fescue, creeping red fescue, tall fescue Preemergent: Liquid Postemergent: Liquid Trade tip: “It’s far more about results than cost for me because it costs more... read more

FMC releases early order program

September 23, 2015By

FMC’s 2015 Early Order Program runs from Oct. 1 to Dec. 11. The program allows participants to purchase products at current pricing but defer payment for select qualifying FMC products until June 24. “The FMC 2015 Early Order Program offers great flexibility while capitalizing on the full FMC portfolio of turf and ornamental solutions,” said FMC Program Manager Trent Bradford.... read more