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Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide

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Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide

Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide is an effective non-selective post-emergent herbicide that eliminates various types of unwanted plants on land and aquatic areas. 

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Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide, manufactured by DOW/CORTEVA, is a superior glyphosate based herbicide that control various types of unwanted vegetation.

It contains the active ingredient, glyphosate which is effective against perennial weeds, annual weeds, and woody plants. The solution is quickly absorbed into the foliage parts of targeted plants and travels to the roots with results that can be seen in as soon as 2 days.

Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide is ideal for use on industrial lands, wildlife properties, and aquatic areas. This herbicide is great for clearing lands around utility structures, pipelines, as well as drainage ditches, canals, and more.

Tools Needed

To apply Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide, a backpack sprayer, handheld pump sprayer, or professional skid sprayer is needed.

How to Use

applying herbicide

  • Step 1: Determine how much Rodeo Herbicide you will need by calculating the area size. To do this, measure and multiply the area length times the width (length x width = square footage). For acreage, take the square footage and divide by 43,560 (square footage / 43,560 = acreage). The application rate of Rodeo Herbicide varies depending on where you are spraying and the concentration ratio which range from a 0.5% ratio (2/3 fl. oz. per gallon to cover 1,000 sq. ft.) up to a 10% ratio (13 fl. oz. per gallon to cover 1,000 sq. ft). So for example, if you calculated a 2,000 sq. ft. treatment area and wanted to use a 1% dilution ratio (1.33 fl. oz. per gallon), you would need to mix 2.66 fl. oz. of Rodeo Herbicide in at least 2 gallons of water.
  • Step 2: To make general purpose applications with a handheld pump sprayer, begin by filling the spray tank up with 1/2 gallon of water. Add the correct amount of Rodeo to the spray tank based on your calculations and the dilution ratio you desire. For low-volume sprays add 0.67 (0.5% ratio) to 1 (0.75% ratio) ounce of Rodeo to 1 gallon of water. For spot treatments of trees or brush control, add 6.5 (5% ratio) to 13 (10% ratio) ounces of Rodeo to 1 gallon of water. Add the other 1/2 gallon of water to the spray tank and mix well.
  • Step 3: Spray the mixture on desired areas where targeted weeds are growing. Spray to wet but not to the point of runoff. Use a fan spray nozzle setting for even coverage.

Where to Use

Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide is ideal for controlling unwanted vegetation in plantations, forests for site preparation, mid-rotation release treatments, timber stand improvement activities, non-crop sites such as industrial sites and rights-of-way (roadsides, electric utility and transmission lines, pipelines, railroads, airports), irrigation and drainage ditches, canals, reservoirs, natural areas, rangeland, in and around aquatic sites and wetlands.

When to Use

For maximum results when controlling annual weeds, apply Rodeo when targeted weeds are small and actively growing. For maximum results when controlling perennial weeds, apply Rodeo when targeted weeds are reaching maturity.

If applications are made before rainy weather, additional applications of Rodeo may be needed. Only apply to sensitive areas such as residential properties, bodies of water, and cropland areas when spray drift is least likely to happen due to windy weather.

Safety Information

Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide is safe to use around children and pets when applied according to the product label instructions. Always wear the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) when mixing and applying this product.

Keep people and pets off treated areas until spray solution has dried. 

Special Considerations

Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide cannot be mixed in, stored in, or applied with containers or spray tanks made with galvanized steel or unlined steel (unless it is stainless steel).

AvailabilityOnline
Restricted UseNo
Shipping Restrictions
BrandCORTEVA
Keith's Pro Tips"For best results when applying Rodeo Herbicide, cover the top half of the plant and at least half of the total foliage. To ensure adequate spray coverage, spray both sides of large or tall woody brush and trees, when foliage is thick and dense, or where there are multiple sprouts."
Product DrawbacksRodeo Aquatic Herbicide does not provide long term residual effects in the soil. For residual effects we recommend a pre-emergent herbicide that is label approved for the land type that controls the unwanted vegetation.
Target PestsRodeo Aquatic Herbicide controls the following Alder, Alfalfa, Alligatorweed, American Hornbeam, American Lotus, Anise, Annual Bluegrass, Annual Fleabane, Annual Sowthistle, Annual Spurge, Artichoke Thistle, Ash, Australian-pine, Bahiagrass, Balsamapple, Barley, Barnyardgrass, Beach, Bearmat Bearclover, Bentgrass, Bermudagrass, Birch, Bittercherry, Bittercress, Black Cherry, Black Locust, Black Oak, Black Sage, Blackberry, Blackgum, Blue Mustard, Brackenfern, Brazilian Peppertree, Brazillian Peppertree, Broadleaf Signalgrass, Bulbous Bluegrass, Buttercup, California Buckwheat, California Sagebrush, Canada Thistle, Carolina Foxtail, Carolina Geranium, Cascara, Castorbean, Catclaw-vine, Cattail, Ceanothus, Cereal Rye, Chamise, Cheat, Cherry, Chevil, Chickweed, Chinese Tallowtree, Cogongrass, Common Cocklebur, Common Groundsel, Common Lambsquarters, Common Lespedeza, Common Mullein, Common Purslane, Common Ragweed, Common Sunflower, Common Tules, Cordgrass, Corn Speedwell, Coyotebrush, Crabgrass, Crystalline Iceplant, Curly Dock, Dallisgrass, Dandelion, Deer Vetch, Dogwood, Downy/cheatgrass Brome, Dwarf Sumac, Eastern Mannagrass, Eastern Poison-Ivy, Eastern Redbud, Eclipta, Elderberry, Elm, Eucalyptus, European Beachgrass, Facebook Bassia, Fall Panicum, False Dandelion, Fescue, Fiddleneck, Field Bindweed, Field Pennycress, Field Sandbur, Florida Holly, Florida Pusley, Foxtail, French Broom, German Ivy, Giant Cutgrass, Giant Ragweed, Giant Reed, Goosegrass, Gorse, Guineagrass, Hairy Fleabane, Hasardia, Hawthorn, Hazel, Hemp Dogbane, Hemp Sesbania, Henbit, Hickory, Honeysuckle, Hophornbeam Copperleaf, Horsenettle, Horseradish, Horseweed, Italian Ryegrass, Itchgrass, Japanese Brome, Jerusalem Artichoke, Johnsongrass, Jointed Goatgrass, Junglerice, Kentucky Bluegrass, Kikuyugrass, Knotweed, Kochia, Kudzu, Largeleaf Lantana, Little Mallow, London Rocket, Maidencane, Manzanita, Maple, Mayweed Chamomile, Medusahead, Milkweed, Monkeyflower, Morningglory, Multiflora Rose, Napiergrass, Oak, Orchardgrass, Pacific Madrone, Pampasgrass, Paragrass, Partial Control, Pennsylvania Smartweed, Perennial Ryegrass, Perennial Sowthistle, Persimmon, Phragmites, Pin Cherry, Pin Oak, Pine, Pinnate Tansymustard, Plains Coreopsis, Poison Oak, Poison Sumac, Poison-hemlock, Poplar, Post Oak, Prickly Lettuce, Prickly Teaweed/sida, Prostrate Spurge, Prunus, Puncturevine, Purple Loosestrife, Purple Nutsedge, Purslane Speedwell, Quackgrass, Quaking Aspen, Raspberry, Red Clover, Red Maple, Red Oak, Redroot Pigweed, Redvine, Reed Canarygrass, Rough Fleabane, Russian -Thistle, Russian Knapweed, Russian-olive, Salmonberry, Saltcedar, Sassafrass, Scotch Broom, Sea myrtle Saltbrush, Sericea Lespedeza, Shattercane, Shepards-purse, Sicklepod, Silverleaf Nightshade, Smallseed Falseflax, Smooth Brome, Smooth Pigweed, Smooth Sumac, Sourwood, Southern Dewberry, Southern Red Oak, Southern Waxmyrtle, Spanishneedles, Spatterdock, Spotted Spurge, Sprangletop, Spurred Anoda, Stinkgrass, Sugar Maple, Swamp Smartweed, Sweetgum, Swordfern, Sycamore, Tall Fescue, Tan Oak, Tankbark Resprouts Oak, Tasmanian Blue Gum, Texas Panicum, Timothy, Torpedograss, Tree Tobacco, Trumpetcreeper, Tumble Mustard, Umbrella Spurry, Vaseygrass, Veletgrass, Velvetleaf, Vine Maple, Virginia Dwarfdandelion, Virginia Pepperweed, Virginia-creeper, Volunteer Corn, Water Fern, Waterhyacinth, Waterlettuce, Waterprimrose, Western Thimbleberry, Western Wheatgrass, Wheat, White Clover, White Oak, White Sage, Wild Mustard, Wild Oats, Wild Sweet Potato, Willow, Wirestem Muhly, Witchgrass, Wolly Cupgrass, Woollyleaf Bursage, Yellow Nutsedge, Yellow Rocket, Yellow Starthistle, Yellow-poplar, and Yerba Santa.
Application EquipmentBackpack Sprayer, Gloves, Pump Sprayer, Spray Rig
Application MethodsBroadcast Spray, Spot Treatment
Active IngredientGlyphosate 53.8%
Product TypeHerbicide
FormulationEmulsifiable Concentrate (EC)
Application RateFor low volume sprays add 0.67 to 1 ounce of Rodeo to 1 gallon of water. For spot treatments of trees or brush control, add 6.5 to 13 ounces of Rodeo to 1 gallon of water. For more specific application rates please refer to the label.
Shelf LifeRodeo Aquatic Herbicide will last for up to 1 to 2 years when stored according to the product label. Store Rodeo using the original container in a cool, dry storage areas.
YieldThe type of vegetation and the size of the vegetation will determine the yield. 24 ounces of Rodeo will treat up to 1 acre if weeds are less than 6" inches tall. 40 to 96 ounces of Rodeo will treat up to 1 acre if the vegetation is over 6" inches tall.
Use SitesOutdoors
Time to KillResults from applying Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide can be seen within 2 days after the initial application. Extremely cool weather could slow the effects a delay the visual symptoms of the product.
Comparable ProductsGlyphosate 5.4 Aquatic Herbicide
Incompatible Grass Types Bentgrass, Bermudagrass, Kentucky Bluegrass, Fescue, Fine, Fescue, Tall, Kikuyugrass, Ryegrass, St Augustine, Zoysiagrass
Incompatible Home SidingBrick, Hardie Plank, Stone Veneer, Wood, Vinyl
EPA Registration #62719-324
4.9/5
Based on 8 reviews
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11/6/20
Fadia Bashore
Verified Buyer
Awesome product
Our pond was overtaken by horsetail and other aquatic plants for the past 2 years. We tried other product and even digging with no success. Rodeo aquatic herbicide spray has almost eradicated all and the pond looks great! It did not hurt our fish or frogs either.
100%
7/1/19
dennis mealer
Verified Buyer
I tried the extended coverage round up but weeds came right back I ordered rodeo mixed up a batch for a small spray tank takes about 3-4 days but man does it kill out the weeds or whatever its sprayed on was worth the money
100%
11/4/18
William R. K.
Verified Buyer
It Works!
WIt Works! Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide has better performance and economics than Roundup.rite your review here. It must be at least 50 characters long. Consider whether you would recommend this product and what you like or dislike about it.
100%
7/14/18
John Ott
Verified Buyer
a weed killer that actually works !!
it is a very good product ,fast killing & lasts. my neighbor even used around pond & killed cat tales.i will use this product from now on.
100%
6/8/18
Wayne M.
Verified Buyer
works very well on water shield in our pond.also killed poison ivy. great product,
80%
5/14/18
Chet
Verified Buyer
the real stuff
Rodeo has been a standby for me in my non-selective foliar applications. Mixes easily and is effective at 2% solution . Perfect for the riparian buffer and stream side spot spray applications . Don't forget the surfactant and dye !
100%
9/21/17
Lavern Nielson
Verified Buyer
Satisfied Customer
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.
100%
2/17/15
Michael
Verified Buyer
Rodeo
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
More Information
Restricted Use No
Shipping Restrictions AK, CA, CT, HI, IN, MI, NY, OR, RI, SC, VT, WA
Availability Online
Signal Word CAUTION
Keith's Pro Tip "For best results when applying Rodeo Herbicide, cover the top half of the plant and at least half of the total foliage. To ensure adequate spray coverage, spray both sides of large or tall woody brush and trees, when foliage is thick and dense, or where there are multiple sprouts."
Time to Kill Results from applying Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide can be seen within 2 days after the initial application. Extremely cool weather could slow the effects a delay the visual symptoms of the product.
Chemical Type Herbicide
Formulation Emulsifiable Concentrate (EC)
Application Methods Broadcast Spray, Spot Treatment
Product Drawbacks Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide does not provide long term residual effects in the soil. For residual effects we recommend a pre-emergent herbicide that is label approved for the land type that controls the unwanted vegetation.
Active Ingredient Glyphosate 53.8%
Application Equipment Backpack Sprayer, Gloves, Pump Sprayer, Spray Rig
Mix Rate For low volume sprays add 0.67 to 1 ounce of Rodeo to 1 gallon of water. For spot treatments of trees or brush control, add 6.5 to 13 ounces of Rodeo to 1 gallon of water. For more specific application rates please refer to the label.
Low Use Rate 0.54 oz./1,000 sq. ft.
High Use Rate 5.82 oz./1,000 sq. ft.
Use Sites Outdoors
Yield The type of vegetation and the size of the vegetation will determine the yield. 24 ounces of Rodeo will treat up to 1 acre if weeds are less than 6" inches tall. 40 to 96 ounces of Rodeo will treat up to 1 acre if the vegetation is over 6" inches tall.
EPA Registration No. 62719-324
Shelf Life Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide will last for up to 1 to 2 years when stored according to the product label. Store Rodeo using the original container in a cool, dry storage areas.
Comparable Products Glyphosate 5.4 Aquatic Herbicide
Children or pets? No
Property Characteristics None
Questions and Answers
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  1. Q:How long after a ground application can I replant.
    2/25/24
    A:Crops listed for treatment in this label may be planted into the treated area at any time. Wait 30 days between applications and planting for all other crops.

    Amanda

    2/26/24
  2. Q:Does Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide kills horsetails bamboo?
    2/26/20
    A:Bamboo needs to be cut and herbicide applied to the stumps at a 50/50 mix .

    Chris Mourlas

    11/7/20
    Certified Buyer
  3. Q:How much mixture will the whole 2.5 gallons make?
    10/4/19
    A:I mix 4 ounces Rodeo and 2 ounces the affixiant and 2 gallons of water. Use a 2 gal garden sprayer , works well on cattails, also a great liquid edger

    Henry Herrera

    10/4/19
    Certified Buyer
  4. Q:This aquatic herbicide is going to be used directly on a artesian spring to kill an invasive tree in my area. The water from this spring supplies water to a vineyard, homes for drinking and a family vegetable garden. How safe is this?
    9/13/19
    A:This product is not safe to use in Springs, Wells or other types of water reserves where you drink the water. This product may be applied to undesirable vegetation in and around water (aquatic areas) and wetlands found in forestry, utility rights-of-way sites or other site listed on the label, including where these sites are adjacent to or surrounding domestic water supply reservoirs, supply streams, lakes, and ponds.

    MARK RIVERA

    11/1/19
    Certified Buyer
  5. Q:What is the ratio of rodeo to water when mixed?
    8/27/19
  6. Q:how much glyphosate is in it?
    8/23/19
    A:ITS OVER 50%

    Joe Schemenauer

    8/23/19
    Certified Buyer
  7. Q:Which Aquatic rodeo have the surfactant or you have to buy separate?
    6/1/19
  8. Q:Will this kill horsetail?
    5/29/19
    A:i'm not positive but i've used this last 3 years for everything brush etc in woods,cat tails in pond,driveways & i haven't saw anything that it doesn't work on !!

    John Ott

    8/8/19
    Certified Buyer
  9. Q:Will rodeo kill lily pads?
    5/23/19
    A:Sprayed a few last week for the first time, the tops on the water seem to be dieing..Rodeo is great stuff. I have used it around the pond for many years..Try a small section to see what happens. Good luck.

    Vince Ruops

    8/8/19
    Certified Buyer
  10. Q:Does this product kill torpedo grass?
    10/10/18
    A:It is labeled to kill torpedo grass. Refer to the label on the page for more details.

    Asif B.

    10/10/18
    Certified Buyer
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