Eric Reasor, Ph.D., explains how expanding your post-emergent herbicide applications can save time and yield better results.
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Eric Reasor, Ph.D., explains why PBI-Gordon is the forefront of formulation technology with its new emulsion-in-water (EW) formulations.
PBI-Gordon announces that Vexis® recently received approval by New York State Department of Environmental Conservation for use in the state.
Many different weeds emerge during spring, but two of the more difficult-to-control ones are ground ivy and wild violet.
Vexis delivers exceptional control of sedge and kyllinga species, plus listed broadleaf weeds. But you have to apply Vexis correctly, and that means applying the correct amount.
SpeedZone® Southern EW Broadleaf Herbicide for Turf has received registration from the State of California for use in California.
New SpeedZone® EW Broadleaf Herbicide for Turf features a novel, emulsion-in-water (EW) formulation – a technological advance from emulsifiable concentrate (EC) formulations that rely on solvents to solubilize active ingredients.
Learn and understand the differences between Emulsifiable Concentrate (EC) and Suspoemulsion (SE) formulations.
PBI-Gordon announced it has eliminated ambient temperature restrictions on when Avenue™ South Broadleaf Herbicide can be applied. The amended label lifts restrictions for applying the product when ambient temps are >90˚F (85˚F for St. Augustinegrass).
One of the most popular and widely used broadleaf herbicides on the market is celebrating its 50th birthday. Manufactured and marketed by PBI-Gordon since 1969, Trimec® has been a leading herbicide choice for countless homeowners and turfgrass professionals.