CLEAR FORCE Herbicide is a non-selective, systemic herbicide that can be used to control a wide range of annual and perennial weeds in a variety of settings, including:
- Industrial areas
- Residential areas
CLEAR FORCE contains two active ingredients: glyphosate and diuron. Glyphosate is a systemic herbicide that is absorbed by the plant and translocated throughout the system, killing the roots and foliage. Diuron is a residual herbicide that provides long-lasting control of new weeds from emerging.
CLEAR FORCE can be applied as a pre-emergence or post-emergence herbicide. Pre-emergence applications are made to the soil before weeds emerge, while post-emergence applications are made to actively growing weeds.
CLEAR FORCE is a rainfast herbicide, meaning that it is resistant to being washed away by rain. This makes it a good choice for areas that are prone to rain showers.
Benefits of using CLEAR FORCE herbicide:
- Broad-spectrum weed control: CLEAR FORCE can control a wide range of weeds, including grasses, broadleaf weeds, and woody plants.
- Systemic action: CLEAR FORCE is absorbed by the plant and translocated throughout the system, killing the roots and foliage.
- Long-lasting residual control: CLEAR FORCE provides long-lasting residual control, preventing new weeds from emerging.
- Rainfastness: it is rainfast within 2 hours of application, so you don’t have to worry about reapplying after a rain shower.
- Easy to use: it is a ready-to-use herbicide that is easy to mix and apply.
How to use CLEAR FORCE herbicide:
CLEAR FORCE can be applied using a variety of spray equipment, including backpack sprayers, boom sprayers, and aerial sprayers.
To apply the herbicide, mix 1-2 gallons of herbicide per 100 gallons of water. Apply the solution to the weeds until they are thoroughly wet.
For pre-emergence applications, apply the solution to the soil surface before weeds emerge. For post-emergence applications, apply the solution to actively growing weeds.
CLEAR FORCE herbicide is a non-selective herbicide, so it is important to take precautions to avoid harming desirable plants.
When applying herbicide, be sure to wear personal protective equipment (PPE), including gloves, goggles, and long-sleeved clothing.
Do not apply herbicide on windy days, as this could cause the herbicide to drift onto desirable plants.
Do not apply herbicide to areas where water is present, as this could contaminate the water supply.