A concentrated liquid aquatic herbicide effective against a wide variety of submersed, emergent, and floating aquatic plants including duckweed, naiads, and cattails. Reward poses virtally no environmental risk in aquatic applications because the herbicide concentration rapidly decreases as it is absorbed onto soil, vegetation, and organic matter. Restrictions on water usage following application: livestock consumption - 1 day, irriagation of food crops - 5 days, irrigation of turf and non-food crops- 1-3 days, human drinking - 1-3 days. The product of choice when fishing restrictions are not tolerable. Application rates: 1 to 2 gallons per surface acre.Learn More
Application of Habitat herbicide can only be made by federal or state agencies, or those applicators that are licensed or certified as aquatic pest control applicators and are authorized by the state and local government. Applications may only be made for the control of undesirable emergent and floating aquatic vegetation in and around standing and flowing water, including estuarine and marine sites. Applications can be made to control undesirable wetland and terrestrial vegetation growing in or around surface water when applications may result in inadvertent application to surface water. Proper application and timing should lead to longer control of undesirable species than found with other methods of emergent plant control. The use of a non-ionic surfactant is required with the use of Habitat.Learn More
$419.97An aquatic herbicide effective against a variety of aquatic plants; submersed, emergent, and floating (including duckweed and watermeal). Provides excellent season-long control with an early spring application prior to or just after plant growth begins. Available in liquid and pelleted formulations. No restrictions on water use for fishing, swimming, or domestic use following application according to label instructions. Fourteen to thirty day restriction on use of treated water for irrigation following application. Application rates: Liquid: ponds - 0.16 to 1.5 quarts per acre, lakes - 0.11 to 4 quarts per acre. Pellets: ponds - 3.2 to 25 pounds per acre, lakes - 4 to 80 pounds per acre. Learn More
Sonar is the most effective and cost-efficient treatment you can buy for the selective, long-term control of undesirable weeds. Sonar Q is the fastest-releasing Sonar pellet in a quick, easy-to-apply formulation that selectively manages undesirable aquatic vegetation for a year or longer. Sonar Q has the efficient concentration level of a liquid, but provides for more accurate placement. The pellets will land where they are thrown, eliminating overspray onto sensitive shoreline vegetation like lawns.
This pellet formulation is recommended for use in water bodies with sandy or rocky bottoms.
Sonar Q accelerates the release of fluridone concentrations into the water column. Sonar Q provides a longer-lasting residual than liquid Sonar A.S., and still delivers an effective dose to targeted plants within the first day. The rapid pellet expansion allows the product to release fluriudone quicker while remaining buoyant on sandy or firm bottoms, avoiding complete organic tie-up. As Sonar Q is immediately carried to the bottom of the waterbody, Sonar's active ingredient is less likely to be impacted by initial light degradation, preserving valuable fluridone parts per billion (ppb's) for targeted plant control.
How Sonar Q works
Aquatic vegetation is found in almost every pond and is beneficial to the natural ecosystem in moderate amounts. Aquatic plants produce oxygen, stabilize bottom sediment, provide food and cover for fish and serve as feeding and nesting habitat for waterfowl. However, some aggressive or non-native aquatic vegetation can become so abundant it interferes with the enjoyment and recreational use of your pond.
This "ready-to-apply" pellet formulation allows you to place the Sonar exactly where desired. Apply Sonar Q at a rate of 20 pounds per acre at an average depth of 4' - 6' or 4 lbs. per acre-foot. Sonar Q makes water usable for recreation and helps provide an environment for bringing fish populations back into balance. Sonar usage won't restrict swimming, fishing or drinking.
Sonar Q can be applied starting in early spring, at the first sign of weed growth.Learn More
An aquatic herbicide effective against a variety of aquatic plants; submersed, emergent, and floating (including duckweed and watermeal). Provides excellent season-long control with an early spring application prior to or just after plant growth begins. Available in liquid and pelleted formulations. No restrictions on water use for fishing, swimming, or domestic use following application according to label instructions. Fourteen to thirty day restriction on use of treated water for irrigation following application. Application rates: Liquid: ponds - 0.16 to 1.5 quarts per acre, lakes - 0.11 to 4 quarts per acre. Pellets: ponds - 3.2 to 25 pounds per acre, lakes - 4 to 80 pounds per acre.Learn More
A liquid concentrate soluble in water which is effective against a broad range of aquatic plants with a wide margin of safety to fish and other aquatic life. This product may be used in irrigation and drainage canals, ponds, and lakes. Apuathol K is a contact herbicide; consequently, do not apply before weeds are present. For best results water temperature should be at least 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Restrictions on water usage following application are: livestock water and domestic use- 7 to 14 days. Application rates range from 0.3 to 3.2 gallons/acre foot of water treated.Learn More