New Products



Dominate Dollarweed

LOCKUP specialty herbicide from Dow AgroSciences is a formulated product to control dollarweed in the South. It offers postemergence weed control, and new granular formulations provide activity at low use rates (0.02 to 0.06 pound of active ingredient per acre). Efficacy is increased when applied to wet foliage, and activity can be seen when applied to dry foliage on warm or cool-season turf.

Penoxsulam, the active ingredient, was accepted for review and registration under the Reduced Risk Pesticide Initiative of the U.S. EPA. It is absorbed via leaves, shoots and roots, and begins to work immediately by translocating throughout the entire plant to achieve control.

LOCKUP controls a wide variety of other broadleaf weeds, including white clover, kyllinga, Florida betony, chickweed, lespedeza and dandelion.

T-Zone Targets Tough Weeds

PBI/Gordon Corporation has received EPA approval for their new T-Zone Broadleaf Herbicide. T-Zone contains triclopyr, sulfentrazone and phenoxies to provide control of tough broadleaf weeds in cool-season turfgrasses.

T-Zone will be marketed under the ProForm brand, PBI/Gordon’s line of fast-acting herbicides with unique active ingredients. It provides yellow nutsedge suppression, and controls other weeds such as ground ivy, oxalis and black medic.