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DuoCide: Next-Level Grub Control

Grub management can sometimes be challenging. Weather patterns or the routing of preventative applications can cause even the best preventative products not to work to their full potential. Customers added mid-season may not have received a preventative grub control treatment.

Timing is important, both for preventative and curative grub control applications, and curative summer rescue treatments are sometimes required. Now is the time to eliminate grubs, prevent unnecessary fall turf damage, and avoid customer callbacks.

DuoCide

Featuring carbaryl and bifenthrin, DuoCide is a broad-spectrum insecticide designed for the preventative and curative treatment of feeding insects, including white grubs, armyworms, chinch bugs, sod webworm, and many more.

Perfect for late-summer applications, DuoCide works as a rescue product for those who may have missed the early-summer application window. 


What Sets DuoCide Apart?

Unlike most insecticide products on the market today, which force applicators to choose between controlling surface OR sub-surface insects, DuoCide suppresses insects both above AND below the surface.


Dispersing Granule (DG) Technology

Unlike other insecticide products featuring corncob carriers, which take much longer to breakdown, DuoCide is formulated on The Andersons DGPro® dispersing granule carrier.

With DG Technology, particles are more rapidly and efficiently broken down. Upon contact with water, each DG granule disperses into thousands of microparticles that move through the turf canopy into the root zone. This level of dispersibility delivers precise insecticide delivery while eliminating issues associated with runoff and nutrient loss.


Product Specifications

Active Ingredient
Carbaryl (2.300%)
Bifenthrin (0.058%)

Product Code
10005211

SGN Size
150

Packaging
40 lb. bag

Application

Low Rate: 2 lbs. / 1,000 ft2
Medium Rate: 4 lbs. / 1,000 ft2
High Rate: 8 lbs. / 1,000 ft2

DuoCide must be watered in immediately after application to lawns.

See label for complete application instructions and restrictions.


© 2021 The Andersons, Inc. All Rights Reserved. DuoCide is a registered trademark of The Andersons, Inc. 

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About the Author

Ben Pease, PhD

Ben Pease is the Agronomist for The Andersons Turf & Specialty business, responsible for research, service, and technical support. Ben received both his bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Wisconsin, and earned his doctorate degree from Iowa State University. Ben has also served as the Assistant Superintendent for Cherokee Country Club (Madison, WI) and Whistling Straits Golf Courses (Sheboygan, WI). 

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