Rodeo Herbicide - Kills Pond Weeds
Rodeo Herbicide kills pond weeds with 53.8% glyphosphate. Rodeo Herbicide is excellent as a non-selective herbicide used in aquatic areas. These aquatic areas include streams, drainage ditches, lakes, rivers, ponds, canals, and reservoirs. Rodeo Herbicide is also an effective brush killer, although it generally takes 7-10 days to kill perennial brushy plants. On most annual weeds, you will start to see results within 2-4 days.
Rodeo Herbicide has a label to kill more than 90 kinds of grasses, brush and broadleaf weeds.
As an alternative to glyphosate herbicides, you can choose glufosinate active ingredient . Glufosinate is another broad-spectrum, non-selective herbicide that comes from soil bacteria. Often sold as ammonia salt, it is a contact herbicide with no soil residual.
How Rodeo Works
Rodeo is a systemic, moving from the foliage to the roots. Kills the roots for several years.
2.5 gallon container treats up to 5 acres.
Rodeo Herbicide be used around water areas, no limit on usage for irrigation, recreation or domestic puposes. Rodeo is a non-selective and nonvolatile herbicide, binding to the soil particles in little time.
To help penetrate the natural waxy tissue barrier of plants, use a surfactant such as Alligare Surface
To avoid drift so that you don't spray desirable plants, use a marking dye, so you can see where you have sprayed. The marking dye will wash off.