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Specticle FLO Herbicide - 18 Ounces
Specticle FLO Herbicide - 18 Ounces

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Specticle FLO Herbicide

Specticle FLO is a selective, pre-emergent alkylazine herbicide. Specticle FLO provides extended residual control of many annual grasses including crabgrass, goosegrass, and annual bluegrass, as well as annual sedges, and broadleaf weeds in turf, landscape ornamentals, and hardscapes. Specticle FLO also demonstrates limited early post-emergent activity against some weeds, including annual bluegrass, crabgrass and oxalis. Specticle FLO is used only on established warm season turf in areas including golf courses (roughs and fairways), sod farms, sports fields, residential and commercial lawns, parks, and cemeteries. Specticle FLO controls weeds by reducing the emergence of seedlings through inhibition of cellulose biosynthesis (CB Inhibitor). Necrosis or chlorosis may be observed if the herbicide is applied to herbaceous tissue such as leaves and green stems of susceptible plants including sensitive ornamentals. Specticle FLO does not control plants emerging from tubers, rhizomes, bulbs, corms, existing rootstocks, and woody vegetation. Specticle FLO needs to be activated prior to weed germination for most effective control. For maximum activity against germinating weeds, Specticle FLO requires rainfall or irrigation prior to weed germination. Specitcle FLO is a highly active herbicide that provides effective weed control when applied to the soil around many field-grown woody ornamentals. Specticle FLO may damage sensitive plants, if the product is allowed to remain in contact with foliage. Carefully apply Specticle FLO in strict accordance to the label. Be sure to follow all label restrictions.

Rate of use: Between 6 to 10 fluid ounces per acre depending on turf type. See product label for full details.
Active Ingredients: Indaziflam - 7.4%

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