TAG: postemergent herbicide

Keeping it simple

July 16, 2018By

With Dow AgroSciences’ newest postemergent product, Relzar™ specialty herbicide, simplicity is key. The product, pending regulatory approval, offers lawn care operators maximum application flexibility with one low use rate, no temperature restrictions on actively growing turf types and control of more than 60 broadleaf weeds. Federal registration of Relzar is expected this fall and the product is expected to be... read more

New and improved

March 7, 2018By

Two new specialty herbicides developed by Dow AgroSciences are expected to hit the lawn care market by fall 2018. Dow AgroSciences has developed two new specialty postemergent herbicides for the turf market. GameOn™ specialty herbicide delivers complete broad-spectrum postemergent control of more than 100 broadleaf weeds including clover, dandelion, ground ivy, henbit, oxalis and plantain. Relzar™ specialty herbicide controls more... read more

Dow: Defendor specialty herbicide

September 7, 2017By

Defendor® specialty herbicide is a postemergence product that controls dandelion, clover and other high-anxiety weeds early in the season to give you more time to focus on other aspects of your business. It is designed to perform in cold weather, so you can apply Defendor in late fall or early spring and see the same superior spring results. It is... read more

Nufarm: Celero Herbicide

August 9, 2017By

Celero® Herbicide is a selective, postemergence herbicide for control of sedges including kyllinga in established residential and commercial turfgrass, golf courses and sod farms. Imazosulfuron, the active ingredient in Celero, is a systemic sulfonylurea (SU) herbicide that translocates down to the roots to deliver superior sedge control. Labeled for both broadcast and spot treatment in cool- and warm-season turf, Celero... read more

Nufarm debuts Celero herbicide

October 18, 2016By

Nufarm Americas added a new herbicide to its postemergent portfolio. Celero is applicable on a variety of cool- and warm-season turf, including residential and commercial turf, golf courses, athletic and recreation fields, schools and sod farms. Its active ingredient imazosulfuron translocates down to the roots for control of Kyllinga, yellow, purple and annual sedges. Celero can be applied using both... read more

Keep it Clean

May 12, 2016By

Clean beds along with proper use of mulch and pre-emergent herbicides is the best defense against landscape bed weeds. It’s an unfortunate fact every lawn care operator knows to be true: “There is no way to control weeds 100 percent,” says Miles Rush, partner and branch manager for WeedPro in Lewis Center, Ohio. “You will always deal with weeds.” But... read more