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Tricept™ 2.5 DG

10008957

Available in USA

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Description

Tricept 2.5 DG Pre-Emergent Herbicide

  • Features Trifluralin (2.0%) and Isoxaben (0.5%)
  • Season-long pre-emergent control of more than 100 broadleaf and grassy weeds
  • Labeled for use around more than 600 ornamental species
  • Easy to spread granular formulation featuring Dispersing Granule (DG) technology
  • Not for use in turfgrass areas

Specifications

Category Herbicides
Markets Lawn & Landscape, Horticulture
Application / Areas of Use Golf Courses, Residential Lawns, Commercial Lawns, Specialty Crops, Row Crops, Nursery, Ornamentals, Sports Fields
Usage for Horticulture Field Grown, Container, Landscape
Technologies DG Technology
States Registered
Registration Number
Density (lbs/ft3) 46.17
Package Wt. 25 lbs
Bag/Pallet 84
SGN Size 100
Type Granular
Nitrogen Source --
Slow-Release N (%) 0
Active Ingredient Trifluralin - 2.0%, Isoxaben - 0.5%
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