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Tag: herbicide

Photo: Prime Source

Prime Source receives registration on new Sublime Herbicide

July 22, 2022 By
Sublime Herbicide is a non-2, 4-D option for professional turfgrass managers for control of more than 200 broadleaf weeds. ...

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RightLine launches new herbicide

February 1, 2022 By
RightLine has launched a sulfentrazone and metribuzin proprietary combination product in the RightLine Sulfencore herbicide line. ...

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Surge Broadleaf Herbicide (Photo provided by PBI-Gordon)

PBI-Gordon: Nutsedge Suppression with Surge

August 14, 2018 By
Surge® Broadleaf Herbicide for Turf from PBI-Gordon provides proven suppression of yellow nutsedge, plus dependable control of knotweed, plantain, oxalis, dandelion, clover and other listed broadleaf weeds up to twice as fast as traditional three-way amine products. An economical water-based ...

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PBI-Gordon develops new herbicide

February 6, 2018 By
PBI-Gordon Corp. has developed a nonphenoxy, “three-way” herbicide, soon to be branded SwitchBlade. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s registration for the herbicide is pending. SwitchBlade will feature three active ingredients: halauxifen-methyl, fluroxypyr and dicamba. Testing has shown that, when combined, these active ...

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Suppressing zoysiagrass in cool-season turf

Zoysiagrass (Zoysia japonica) is a desirable turfgrass for golf courses in the Transition Zone because of its low maintenance requirement, but it can become invasive when it spreads via rhizomes and stolons into adjacent areas where it is unwanted. Further, ...

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Amvac releases new herbicide and fungicide, Oreon fungicide to be renamed Premion

October 6, 2017 By
Amvac Chemical Corp., based in Newport Beach, Calif., launched Scepter T&O 70WDG Herbicide and FF III turf fungicide. Scepter, which contains the active ingredient imazaquin, is a selective postemergent herbicide that provides control of hard-to-control weeds in turf and landscape ornamentals, according to ...

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