Apply to warm- and cool-season grasses with no temperature restrictions
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Relzar™ specialty herbicide offers maximum application flexibility and simplifies weed control. Whatever the turf or labeled weed, and no matter the weather, temperature or location, the conditions are always right for Relzar.
Relzar uses Arylex™ active — a new class of synthetic auxin chemistry — to deliver groundbreaking weed control. With one low use rate and no restrictions on actively growing turf types, Relzar takes the guesswork out of weed control.
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Chickweed is a low-spreading winter weed that has weak, shallow roots. This succulent plant grows in dense patches almost anywhere. As chickweed matures, herbicide effectiveness is reduced, so it’s best to apply Relzar to actively growing, immature weeds in early fall. If applied in spring, you may need multiple herbicide applications.
Clover is a low-growing, creeping winter weed that begins to actively grow from seeds or from stolons in cooler temperatures and increased moisture. To best control clover, either apply Relzar from early fall through early winter or in late winter through spring.
Most often found in moist to wet sites, anywhere where moisture is in excess, dollarweed has green, glossy leaves that are round in shape with scalloped edges. In summer, clusters of white flowers form. Dollarweed can be controlled by minimizing irrigation. Most turfgrasses can survive with less moisture than dollarweed can. Dollarweed is difficult to control. Apply Relzar to actively growing weeds.
Doveweed, also known as nakedstem dewflower, spreads rapidly, is very aggressive and hard to control, and thrives in warm-season turf. Classified as one of the world’s worst weeds, it’s a summer annual weed that closely resembles grass. Doveweed germinates much later than other summer annual weeds. In late summer and early fall, doveweed can spread via stem fragments. For postemergence control, apply Relzar to immature doveweed.
Commonly confused with purple deadnettle, henbit is a winter annual with square flowering stems that can grow to 10 feet tall. Henbit thrives in thin nutrient-rich soil. For postemergence control, apply Relzar™ specialty herbicide to actively growing immature henbit. If applied to mature henbit, more than one application may be needed.
Broadleaf plantain has a short, thick taproot that forms a rosette of leaves that lay flat to the ground. Flowers appear on leafless, unbranched stalks that originate from the base of the plant. Plantain adapts well to most sites, including dry or wet conditions, heavy soils and very low mowing heights. Plantain typically requires repeat herbicide applications and turf management practices, including soil aeration, avoiding overwatering and using proper mowing heights.
When discussing groundbreaking weed control, Relzar™ specialty herbicide owns the conversation. It’s truly a new level of performance.
Arylex® active, a new active ingredient in a new chemical class, has a unique binding affinity in the plant cell’s nucleus that makes Relzar fast-acting.
Weeds are always manageable with Relzar.
Federal registration is pending and is anticipated in fall 2019.
Relzar™ specialty herbicide will be available for sale in fall 2019.
Downwind buffer zones are minimized when you use a nozzle that ensures a medium or coarser spray. Don’t apply with hollow cone-type nozzles or other nozzles that produce a fine-droplet spray.
The use rate for all turf types and weeds is 0.72 ounce per acre for broadcast and spot applications.
Use a nonionic surfactant or a nonionic surfactant plus crop oil blend surfactant with Relzar™ specialty herbicide at the typical rate of 0.25% volume to volume of spray mix.
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