Prowl H2O Herbicide

$154.95

A water-based formulation of pendimethalin, Prowl H2O is ideally suited for growers looking for long-lasting, dependable, broad-spectrum residual weed control. The innovative, water-based formulation maximizes herbicide availability for residual weed control through excellent surface stability and reduced binding to field residue.

Active Ingredient: Pendimethalin 38.7%

Group 3 Herbicide

Net Contents: 2.5 gallons

EPA# 241-418

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Description

A water-based formulation of pendimethalin, Prowl H2O is ideally suited for growers looking for long-lasting, dependable, broad-spectrum residual weed control. The innovative, water-based formulation maximizes herbicide availability for residual weed control through excellent surface stability and reduced binding to field residue.

Prowl H2O offers exceptional convenience and crop safety benefits, including no odor, reduced staining, greater storage temperature flexibility, a lower use rate than other pendimethalins, no incorporation requirement and better performance in high-surface areas. Combine those features with the staying power to dramatically reduce weed escapes and the need for multiple applications, and it is no wonder that so many growers choose Prowl H2O to keep their crops cleaner and higher yielding — right up until harvest.

Prowl H2O is registered in over 100 crops.

Active Ingredient: Pendimethalin 38.7%

Group 3 Herbicide

Net Contents: 2.5 gallons

EPA# 241-418

Additional information

Weight 29 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 14 in

Read the label – Prowl H20

SDS Sheet – Prowl H2O

See product label for complete information. 

Amaranth, Palmer
Annual bluegrass
Annual ryegrass
Barnyardgrass
Browntop panicum
Bugloss, small
Canarygrass
Carpetweed
Cheat
Chickweed, common
Crabgrass
Crowfootgrass
Dodder
Downy brome
Fiddleneck
Foxtail, giant
Foxtail, green
Foxtail, yellow
Goosegrass
Grass, Guinea
Hairy chess
Henbit
Italian ryegrass
Itchgrass
Japanese brome
Johnsongrass (seedling)
Jointed goatgrass
Junglerice
Kochia
Lady’s thumb
Lambsquarters, common
Lambsquarters, slimleaf
London rocket
Lovegrass
Morningglory
Mustard, black
Oat, wild
Panicum, Texas
Panicum, fall
Pigweed species
Prostrate, knotweed
Puncturevine
Purslane
Pusley, Florida
Sandbur, field
Shattercane
Shepherd’s purse
Signalgrass
Smartweed, Pennsylvania
Sprangletop, Mexican
Sprangletop, red
Spurge, annual
Swollen fingergrass
Velvetleaf
Volunteer fescue
Volunteer ryegrass
Waterhemp species
Wild proso millet
Witchgrass
Woolly cupgrass

Consult label for additional crop information. 

Alfalfa
Artichoke
Asparagus
Brassica head and stem vegetables
Carrot
Celery
Citrus fruit trees, bearing and nonbearing
Corn (field, field seed, fresh sweet, popcorn, popcorn seed)
Cotton
Date palm trees, nonbearing
Edible beans
Fallow
Fig trees, nonbearing
Forage grasses (cool-season)
Forage grasses (warm-season)
Fruiting vegetables
Garlic
Grain sorghum
Grape, bearing and nonbearing vineyards
Hops
Leek
Lentil and Peas
Melons
Mint
Nut trees, bearing and nonbearing
Olive trees, bearing and nonbearing
Onions and shallots (dry bulb, green)
Peanut
Perennial grasses grown for seed
Pome fruit trees, bearing and nonbearing
Pomegranate
Potato
Rice
Safflower
Small fruit climbing vines, bearing and nonbearing
Soybean
Stone fruit trees, bearing and nonbearing
Strawberry
Sugarcane
Sunflower
Tobacco
Triticale
Wheat