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PBI-Gordon unveils new formulation for SpeedZone EW

By |  July 29, 2020 0 Comments

Photo: PBI-Gordon Corp.

Photo: PBI-Gordon Corp.

PBI-Gordon released a new formulation for SpeedZone EW Broadleaf Herbicide that features an emulsion-in-water (EW) formulation, a technological advance from emulsifiable concentrate (EC) formulations that rely on solvents to solubilize active ingredients.

The emulsion-in-water technology of SpeedZone EW creates smaller particle size than EC formulations. This results in more active ingredients impacting the leaf surface for improved efficacy, plus a lower odor profile and lower volatile organic content (VOC). And, the EW formulation is engineered for use in low-volume and conventional sprayers.

Ideal for use on golf courses, SpeedZone EW controls more than 90+ tough broadleaf weeds, including dollarweed, ground ivy and spurge. It is labeled for use in the most common turfgrass species, including Kentucky bluegrass, annual bluegrass, annual ryegrass, perennial ryegrass, and tall fescue.

Other features of SpeedZone EW include:

  • A visual response within 24 hours; weed death in seven to 14 days;
  • Rainfast in as little as three hours; and
  • Allows for reseeding in one week.

It will be available for sale in fall 2020, pending state registrations.

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