AQ200 AQUATIC Herbicide 20LT plus Power1000 Surfactant 1L

AQ200 Aquatic Herbicide for the control of Emergent Aquatic Weeds, such as Alligatorweed, Bulrush, Cattail, Common Reed, Cumbungi, Giant Reed, Pennywort, Sedges/Rushes, Torpedograss, Water Lily and Water Primrose.

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AQ200 Aquatic Herbicide is an aquatic herbicide that is formulated for use in water to control or kill aquatic weeds. 

AQ200 Aquatic Herbicide is a contact aquatic herbicide with the mode of action being the destruction of cell membranes. 

AQ200 Aquatic Herbicide is a fast-acting, non-selective broad spectrum aquatic herbicide which will generally effect all types of aquatic weeds.

AQ200 Aquatic Herbicide is a contact aquatic herbicide that can also be used to control emergent aquatic weeds. When AQ200 Aquatic Herbicide is used as a foliage contact aquatic herbicide for emergent aquatic weeds, a surfactant, Power1000 Surfactant, must be added for foliage application. Power1000 Surfactant is an approved aquatic surfactant whic is recommended when applying AQ200 Aquatic Herbicide directly to the foliage of emergent aquatic weeds, such as Alligatorweed, Bulrush, Cattail, Common Reed, Cumbungi, Giant Reed, Pennywort, Sedges/Rushes, Torpedograss, Water Lily and Water Primrose.

Apply at a rate of 400mL AQ200 Aquatic Herbicide plus 150mL Power1000 Surfactant, together into 100L of water in a spray tank and spray to wet aquatic weeds thoroughly.

NOTE: USE HIGHER RATES FOR DENSE INFESTATIONS.

WHEN APPLYING, ENSURE THAT THERE IS NO OVERSPRAY, AS IT WILL AFFECT NON-TARGETTED PLANTS. 


USE PROTECTIVE PPE INCLUDING: GLOVES, GOGGLES, MASKS AND OVERALLS/PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.

WITHHOLDING PERIODS: 
DO NOT USE TREATED WATER FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION, LIVESTOCK WATERING OR IRRIGATION PURPOSES FOR 10 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION

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Emergent Roots are anchored in the substrate with stems, leaves or flowers projecting above the water’s surface.
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Floating Attached Roots are attached to substrate. Stems, leaves or flowers may/may not be above water’s surface.
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Algae No distinguishable roots, stems or leaves.
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Free Floating Roots are not attached to substrate and float on the water’s surface.
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Submerged Growing below the water’s surface whether attached to substrate or not.
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