***Our goal is to always provide the best pricing but with the dramatic increase in the active ingredient Prodiamine, we have been forced to dramatically raise the price of all products with that active ingredient. We recommend Agrisel's Pendi Hydrocap as a great alternative at a much better price!
Prodiamine 4L is a flowable liquid pre-emergent herbicide. Compare to Syngenta's Barricade with 40.8% Prodiamine, but more economical.
Quali Pro's Prodiamine 4L-2.5 Gallon
Prodiamine 4L is a flowable liquid pre-emergent herbicide with 40.8 % Prodiamine. Compare to Syngenta's Barricade 4L with 40.8% Prodiamine, but more economical. Mixed at 0.3-1.1 oz per 1,000 square feet, it has low use rates.
Prodiamine 4L provides season long weed and grass control in established turfgrasses, lawns, ornamentals, Christmas tree farms. It excludes golf putting greens.
As a pre-emergent herbicide, Prodimine 4L prevents growth and development of grasses and broadleaf weeds in such listed weeds such as Crabgrass, Knotweed, Chickweed, Henbit, Annual bluegrass (Poa annua), Foxtail, Spurge and more problem weeds.
How Prodiamine 4L Works
Prodiamine 4L controls emerging weeds by preventing growth in newly germinating seeds by inhibiting the mitotic processes. You need at least 0.5 inches of rain or irrigation to activate Prodiamine 4L for effective weed control.
- Low use rates for efficient control of crabgrass, Poa annua, goosegrass, and key annual broadleaf weeds (see label for listed weeds)
- May be applied for season-long control
- Low solubility and volatility stays in teh weed germination zone
- Low-staining formulation
|Target Pest||grasses and broadleaf weeds (see label for a complete list)|
|Active Ingredient (s)||Prodiamine 40.8% (4 pounds prodiamine per gallon)|
|For Use :||A selective preemergence herbicide for control of grass and broadleaf weeds in established turfgrasses (excluding golf course putting greens), lawns and sod nurseries, ornamentals, and Christmas tree farms.|
|Mixture|Application||0.3-1.1 oz per 1,000 square feet (minimum of 20 gallons/acre 0.5 gallons/1,000 square feet)|