Zone 4F

Zone 4F herbicide is a grower’s best defense for controlling tough sedge, grass and broadleaf weeds like nutsedge, nightshade, kochia, pigweed and lambsquarters.

An ideal management tool when targeting glyphosate, imidazolinones and ALS-resistant weed species, Zone 4F provides long-lasting residual in addition to creating a barrier in the soil to control late-emerging flushes.

Primary Weeds Controlled

Amaranth species, Annual sedge, Bristly starbur, Carpetweed, Catchweed, Chamomile mayweed, Chickweed, Coffee senna, Crabgrass, Curly dock, Cypress hedgehog, Devil’s claw, Eclipta, Fall panicum, Flixweed, Goosegrass, Groundcherry (clammy, cutleaf), Hairy galinsoga, Jimsonweed, Kochia (ALS, triazine resistant), Kyllinga species, Ladysthumb, Lambsquarters, Mallow, Miners lettuce, Morningglory species, Nightshade (black, eastern black), Nutsedge (purple, yellow), Orchardgrass, Palmer amaranth, Pigweed (redroot, smooth), Plantain (blackseed, narrow-leaved), Poorjoe, Porophyllum, Prickly sida/Teaweed, Purslane, Redmaids, Redstem filaree, Red tassleflower, Redweed, Russian thistle, Sedge species, Shepherd’s purse, Smartweed (Pennsylvania), Smellmellon, Southern sida, Stinkgrass, Tumble mustard, Waterhemp (common, tall), Wild poinsettia, Winged waterprimrose, Witchgrass, Woolly cupgrass, Yellow toadflax

Sedges Controlled*

Green Kyllinga, False Green Kyllinga, Purple Nutsedge, Yellow Nutsedge, Annual Sedge, Cylindric Sedge, Globe Sedge, Surinam Sedge, Texas Sedge

*See label for complete weed control list.

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