Weedtrine D is a non-volatile herbicide for use in controlling submersed and floating aquatic weeds. It is also recommended for top kill of shoreline emergent weeds and as a grass and broadleaf weed growth killer in non-crop or non-planted areas. Absorption and herbicidal action of Weedtrine D is usually quite rapid with effects visible in a few days. Application rates are 5-10 gallons per surface acre. Water should not be used for irrigation or domestic use for 5 days following treatment. Adding Cutrine-Plus liquid can boost effectiveness on hard to control weeds. Use of a non-ionic surfactant like CideKick is also recommended.
Can also be used on land – around patio’s, ornamental gardens and along fence lines.
Treat heavy weed infestations in sections of 1/3 to 1/2 of the total weed volume to avoid oxygen depletion.
1 gallon treats 4,000 sq. ft.
* Cannot be shipped to California, Connecticut, Maine, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Oregon or Washington
* Cannot be shipped to Canada
What are Pond Microbes?
The word microbes can encompass an array of things. It composes a collection of bacteria, protists, and more. When it comes to ponds, there are good and bad bacteria. You will want to promote good bacteria for your pond so they can destroy bad bacteria. One type of bad bacteria can be found on the pond’s surface, while others accumulate at the bottom. Pond microbes, like Outdoor Water Solutions Bacteria Packs, can help to rid your pond of bad bacteria. Let’s go over five benefits that you can get from adding pond microbes to your pond.
- Control Algae: Although some algae are necessary for an optimal pond ecosystem, too much algae bloom can also be bad. It can make the pond look dirty and even suffocate the good bacteria. Adding pond microbes can keep algae levels at a balanced point. In the end, you are sure to get clear water by using pond microbes.
- Controls Pond Muck: Pond muck is a combination of excess nutrients, algae, and bad bacteria. The good bacteria you add to the pond will break down any excess nutrients that can cause pond muck. Nutrients are also necessary to keep your pond thriving. However, any type of excess nutrients in a pond will do more harm than good. Pond muck can begin to grow within just a few days if it is not adequately controlled. Using pond microbes will also help to keep pond muck at bay.
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