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Liquid Formulation of Diquat (Diluted Concentration)
For Use In and Around Small Ponds
Kills Most Forms of Vegetation for Small Spot Treatments
For management of aquatic weeds in bayous, canals, drainage ditches, fresh water ponds, lakes, marshes and reservoirs. Our Best Selling Granular Aquatic Herbicide
Kills Most Lake Weeds and Algae!
The Very Best Granular Aquatic Herbicide!
Kills Milfoil, Coontail, and Most Forms of Pondweeds
For Selective Control of Water Lilies, Milfoil, and Coontail Liquid Diquat Contact Killer.
Kills Most Forms of Vegetation on Contact.
For Use In and Around Your Lake or Pond.
Easy to use formulation of Sonar perfect for small ponds, as well as for spot treatments in specific areas. Same Active Ingredient 41.7% Fluridone as WhiteCap.
Kills Most Lake Weeds including Duckweed and Watermeal
Liquid Contact Killer.
Kills Most Forms of Vegetation on Contact.
For Use In and Around Your Lake or Pond.
Same Active Ingredient 41.7% Fluridone as Sonar.
Our Best Selling and Favorite Aquatic Herbicide.
Aquatic Formulation of Glyphosate
Non-Selective Aquatic Herbicide for Around the Pond
For the control of undesirable vegetation in forestry sites, aquatic sites, grass pasture, rangeland, fence rows, maintenance of wildlife openings, and industrial noncropland areas including railroad, utility, pipeline rights-of-way, utility plant sites, petroleum tank farms, pumping installations, storage areas, building perimeters, irrigation and non-irrigation, roads, transmission lines, ditchbanks, and industrial bare ground areas
For control of undesirable emergent and floating aquatic vegetation in and around standing and flowing water, including estuarine and marine sites. For control of undesirable vegetation growing in or around surface water in wetland, riparian and terrestrial habitats and can be used for cut stump, cut stem and frill and girdle treatments within aquatic sites. For basal bark and stem application of brush and trees in noncropland areas.