FMC releases water-soluble, liquid herbicide

June 19, 2015 -  By

solitare-product-shotFMC released a water-soluble, liquid herbicide formulation called Solitare WSL, which the company said offers increased application efficiency while controlling more than 40 weeds. The company is offering turf management professionals $5 off each three-fourth gallon container if purchased before July 31.

The Solitare formulation contains a surfactant and will not settle out or separate when mixed with water, according to the company. Solitare is designed to combat, in a single application, crabgrass, sedges and broadleaf weeds and eliminate the need to tank mix with other herbicides. It’s also designed to control goosegrass, ground ivy, chickweed, closer, spurge and many other troublesome weeds, according to the company.

Solitare is a combination of sulfentrazone and quinclorac. It may be used on seeded, sodded or sprigged turfgrasses that are well established, the company said.

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