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Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide

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Target Pests

Emergent plants like Cattails Grasses Bulrushes Purple Loosestrife Alligatorweed and Water lilies. These plants can block pond or lake access. Cattails in particular is a troublesome weed in aquatic areas.

For Brush Control : For control of perennial weeds and woody plants in aquatic adn noncrop sites also for use in wildlife habitat areas for perennal grass release and grass growth suppression.

For Use In

Aquatic Sites-including all bodies of fresh and brackish water which may be flowing non-flowing or transient. This includes lakes rivers streams ponds seeps irrigation and drainage ditches canals reservoirs estuaries and similar sites.

Application

Use hand held sprayers or back pack sprayers. Unless otherwise directed on label, delay application until vegetation has emerged and reached the stages for control of such vegetation under "weeds controlled" section of the label. Always use the higher rate of Rodeo adn surfactant within the recommended range when vegetation is heavy or dense.

Coverage Area

2.5 gallons will cover up to 5 acres. Please see product label for complete use instructions. Different target plants may require more concentrate.

Mix Rate

1 to 12 ¾ oz per gal of water, depends on target weed. See product label for complete dilution rates and yields.

Active Ingredient

Glyphosate 53.8%

Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide

$72.98
$72.98
Above the surface plants crowding need controling? Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide is effective on nearly all Emergent Plants like Cattails, Grasses, Bulrushes, Purple Loosestrife, Aligatorweed and Water lilies. Rodeo is systemic - kills the roots for multi-year control. There is not a more economical way of weed control.
Above the surface plants crowding need controling? Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide is effective on nearly all Emergent Plants like Cattails, Grasses, Bulrushes, Purple Loosestrife, Aligatorweed and Water lilies. Rodeo is systemic - kills the roots for multi-year control. There is not a more economical way of weed control.

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I'll be using this on the water side of an earthen dam. The lake is used as a drinking water source. What are all the ingredients and what surfacant would use that is completely environmentally friendly?
James on Jun 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Rodeo is an aquatic glyphosate, and is to be applied directly to the weed,
but cannot be used for at least 48 hours.

I am attaching the label so please refer to page http://www.epestsolutions.com/psd/rodeo%20label.pdf (11)
Is the fall season ok for application ?
A shopper on Sep 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It really depends on what you are spraying, but generally yes. In some cases, late fall is the best time to use it.
does this rust metal? galvanize tanks
doug on Jun 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The Rodeo should not rust galvenized tanks, please let me know if we can assist you any further.
Crystalizing in bottom container is this making it none usable ?
DA on Jun 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This product should not crystalize. If that is happening it most likely froze at some point. Was it stored in a temperature controlled area? If you could send us the lot # from the container we can contact the manufacturer and see if they have an issue with it. Send lot # and images of the crystallization to askapro@solutionsstores.com and we will look into getting it fixed.

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I went on line to purchase Rodeo. Solutions Store full filled my order quickly and I received the product in just a couple of days. Excellent service and price. I would recommend The Solutions Pest and Lawn store to everyone.
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I use this for my Duckweed! And boy if it is sprayed correctly it works so great! I love that it contains a little surfactant to keep them from re-germinating
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