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Keeping it simple

July 16, 2018By

With Dow AgroSciences’ newest postemergent product, Relzar™ specialty herbicide, simplicity is key. The product, pending regulatory approval, offers lawn care operators maximum application flexibility with one low use rate, no temperature restrictions on actively growing turf types and control of more than 60 broadleaf weeds. Federal registration of Relzar is expected this fall and the product is expected to be... read more

New and improved

March 7, 2018By

Two new specialty herbicides developed by Dow AgroSciences are expected to hit the lawn care market by fall 2018. Dow AgroSciences has developed two new specialty postemergent herbicides for the turf market. GameOn™ specialty herbicide delivers complete broad-spectrum postemergent control of more than 100 broadleaf weeds including clover, dandelion, ground ivy, henbit, oxalis and plantain. Relzar™ specialty herbicide controls more... read more

Keep it Clean

May 12, 2016By

Clean beds along with proper use of mulch and pre-emergent herbicides is the best defense against landscape bed weeds. It’s an unfortunate fact every lawn care operator knows to be true: “There is no way to control weeds 100 percent,” says Miles Rush, partner and branch manager for WeedPro in Lewis Center, Ohio. “You will always deal with weeds.” But... read more

A Jump Start to Spring

February 11, 2016By

Early-season herbicide applications can help LCOs get on top of the heavy spring workload. For Mark Leahy, spring is his busiest, most stressful time of year for one main reason: the weather. “If the weather would cooperate, spring wouldn’t be so stressful,” says Leahy, president of Blades of Green, a $5.3-million company in Edgewater, Md. “It all depends on Mother... read more

Winter Weed Woes

November 13, 2015By

If left untreated, winter weeds can create big problems for lawn care operators come spring. Don’t let the colder temperatures fool you. Weeds can be just as big of a problem in the winter as they are any other time of the year. If left untreated, these weeds will likely flower with a vengeance come spring, stealing nutrients from healthy... read more

Fall kick-off

September 10, 2015By

Now is the time for lawn care operators to control fall weeds before they take root. Autumn is approaching, which means those pesky fall weeds will soon be sprouting. And for many lawn care operators, autumn also means time for client contract renewals, so it’s a good idea to put a stop to the wild carrot, thistle, dandelions and other... read more

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