Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide contains the same active ingredient as Reward Landscape Herbicide, for less money. Diquat is a fast-acting aquatic & landscape herbicide that kills both weeds and grasses. Agrisels Diquat is non-volatile herbicide for use a as a general herbicide killer to control weeds in greenhouses, nurseries, recreational, commercial, residential and public areas, etc. Diquat controls weeds by interfering with photosynthesis, which results in rapid visible effects in only a few days. Best of all it has a full aquatic label and is not harmful to aquatic animals.
|Active Ingredient:||Diquat Dibromide 37.3%|
|Target pests:||Broadleaf and Grassy Weeds, Aquatic Weeds|
|For use in:||Landscaped areas, Commercial, Residential, Public Areas, Aquatic|
|Application:||Use rate is 1 to 2 gallons of Diquat per surface area of water. For a 1 acre lake or pond - spray 1 to 2 gallons of Diquat into the lake. If using a hand sprayer, for example, 2 gallon sprayer, put 1 gallon of water and 1 gallon of Diquat into the sprayer and spray the contents over an acre of the area.|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||WA, NY|
|Manufactured By:||Agrisel (UPC: 858916001297)|
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7 of 7 people found this review helpful:
what it take to work
By Dennis on April 11, 2012
The way this material is chemically structured requires a surfactant be used to be effective. Also it is not very active if the temp is below 70 . So as per the review that may have been the problem. As a rancher and citrus grower I have use 100's of gallons over the years and the only time it was not effective was in low temp or forgot to add a sticker spreader. Used correctly it is very effective. Read the label for resistant weeds. Malva or cheese weed when over the seedling stage is resistant. It is a contact only herbicide. That is to say if you spray half a leaf only half a leaf will die. It does not kill roots. Good top kill in 24 to 48 hrs. great for quick annuls top kill only. round up works slow cost more (about 4X) but kills roots.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Completely useless product
By John on March 19, 2012
This material did absolutely nothing in my application. I'm only giving it 1- star because this form won't let me make it NO STARS. I mixed it per the label directions for spot applications for use on common duckweed, and after no results tried doubling and tripling the mix with no positive results (I last tried a 10% mix). I used Diquat in its original form and mixture approx. 15 years ago, and apparently they just don't make it like they used to. Back then I would see nearly immediate results with application to common duckweed- I mean you could see the plants turning to white within minutes of application in bright sun. This current material is not nearly as solid in color prior to mixing as it used to be, so apparently it is literally diluted to the point that it is totally useless. This is a complete waste of money to buy it, and time to apply it. I have a little of it left and plan to just apply it completely undiluted just to see if it has any validity as a genuine product at all.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By Richard on April 22, 2012
I bought this to use for a quicker burn down for my weed spraying. Mixing it with Roundup
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
diaquat aquatic weed control
By Nick on June 20, 2012
I have owned 3 lakes for 24 years and the only product that controls and kills duck weed is your diaquat water weed herbicide. I mix it with copper sulfate and apply with a diaphram tank sprayer. Within hours the floating green mass turns brown. DEAD I purchase 2.5 -5 gallons a year from Do My Own Pest Control_com and the shipping is fast and free. Thanks for the clean lake.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Diquat Water Weed and Lanscape Herbicide
By Terry on August 13, 2012
We purchased a soon to be beautiful 11 acre home with two ponds and a stream. The property was heavily overgrown and the ponds were completely green. We have clear ponds, and have killed on the grass growing in the driveway. All we can say it this stuff is WONDERFUL and super easy to use.
Great weed control
By Rich on October 11, 2014
Diquat is excellent to control weeds and unwanted vegetation growth along fences and driveways.
Diquat Weed Killer
By Jody on September 2, 2014
I have purchased Diquat Weed Killer in the past to control weeds along a roadside levee.. Diquat is the best weed killer I have found to help control this area.. Just mix with water and in a couple of hours under a full sun, the weeds are alreday starting to turn colors... I mix this product with Rodeo Weed Killer and this tends to work GREAT!!!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Diquat Water Weed Herbicide
By Robert on July 24, 2014
I have used serveral products for the past 20 plus years to kill weeds in my 14 acre lake. None of those products works as well as this Diquat Water Weed Herbicide! It was simple to apply and works fast. Two days! Some of the large leaf pondweed it took 5-6 days to kill it. Does not hurt the fish, frogs, snails, etc. My lake has never looked so good. Ever! A big part of this product that makes it so great is the broad variety of plants that it kills. Those other products were very selective and took a long time to see the results. Diquat was the final answer for me and my lake weed troubles!
Just like the Big Boys
By Art on July 23, 2014
The farmers around me all use this on their corn fields before planting. The next day it looks like there has been a fire. I mix 2 oz/gal of 41% Glyphosphate and add 1 oz/gal of Diquat. I sprayed this morning about 8AM. It's 1PM as I write this, and many of the weeds(especially the broadleafs) are already black and shriveled. Others are definitely staring to blacken. By tomorrow I'll know exactly where I missed.
By David on July 8, 2014
Awesome product for removing my pond weed here in Magnolia TX. Nothing else worked.
By Dick on February 4, 2014
I bought this after trying another product from a landscape supply that only provided partial results. Diquat killed about 95% of the weeds in our yard. However, in fairness, I can't say for sure that I squirted every clump, so that would place the kill rate somewhere between 95 and 100%. How to improve? Well, maybe be a little more dummy-level specifics on the addition of "nonionic surfactants." I used TSP and that worked, but am uncertain if that was the best option.
By Frank on October 22, 2013
This is a great product to get rid of weeds that have already sprouted this herbicide kills with in 24 hours works great.
By Colleen on September 30, 2013
I use this product on the false loosestrife we have growing in the pond. Only a small amout mixed with water turns the leaves brown in one day. I love the built in measuring cup.
Remote Control Airplane Runway
By George on September 27, 2013
This is the best product we have used for weed control. Combined with Primatol, the results were the best we have ever seen. Thanks to DoMyOwnPestControl for the recommendation.
Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide
By Dennis on September 18, 2013
I was amazed how well this product worked on my milfoil problem. I called tech support and they were great. I couldn't believe that I could spray a diluted amount UNDER water and it would kill the weed. It did at a recommended rate of 6 oz. per gallon of water. I set the pump up hand sprayer at the stream setting and blasted the base of the weeds at a mixture of 8 oz. per gallon. In less than one week the weeds disintegrated. I expected to see a floating mess but I didn't. I ordered 2 quarts at $67 with no shipping charge! I highly recommend this great product and this company, Domyownpestcontrol.com
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June 7, 2012Marcus from Grovetown, Ga. 30813 asked:
QCan I spray Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide for weeds around my pond? What is the mixing ratio?
AYou can use Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide for weeds around a pond. Please refer to the Diquat product label for exact dilution ratios as they will vary depending on where you are treating. In general you will dilute 0.75 oz. (22 mL.) Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide plus the labeled rate of a nonionic surfactant per 1 gal. of water.
July 8, 2013Ron from Williamsburg, Va asked:
QHow do I apply Diquat to the hydrilla in my canal? Do I mix it with water in the sprayer?
AFor treating for Hydrilla, which is a submersed water weed:
March 23, 2013Richard from Middletown Springs Vt asked:
QWill Diquat kill horsetail growing in a pond?
A Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide will kill horsetail. Horsetail is very hard to control and it can be tough to properly penetrate through the plant. When using the Diquat you will need to mix it at the rate of 2-4oz per gallon of water and mix it with an 80% Non ionic surfactant. You will need 2 teaspoons of the surfactant per gallon of water. This combination should eliminate the horsetail from your pond.
Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide will kill horsetail. Horsetail is very hard to control and it can be tough to properly penetrate through the plant. When using the Diquat you will need to mix it at the rate of 2-4oz per gallon of water and mix it with an 80% Non ionic surfactant. You will need 2 teaspoons of the surfactant per gallon of water. This combination should eliminate the horsetail from your pond.
June 24, 2013Jim from Palmetto, Fl asked:
Qwhat is the per gallon mix for around flower bed trim
AYou want to use .75 fl ounces of Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide per one gallon of water to spot treat.
April 10, 2014James from Liberty N.c. asked:
QHow do I mix Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide to kill duckweed in a small pond?
days between treatments. Please let us know if you have any other questions, or give us a call at 1-866-581-7378 since many times with these types of applications, a customer service representative can better explain application techniques.
April 16, 2013Mark from Downers Grove Il. asked:
QWhat would be the best product to control tall grass in a natural pond about 1/4 acre?
Part of the pond is fine with the grass but it's taken over the whole circumference and I'd like to control, reduce 1/2 of it, what would be the best product considering it being in water not to affect the aquatic and bird life?
ADiquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide would be a great choice for you. Diquat controls weeds by interfering with photosynthesis, which results in rapid visible effects in only a few days. Best of all it has a full aquatic label and is not harmful to aquatic animals.
June 17, 2014Russell from Summerland Key, Fl 33042 asked:
QHow much Diquat do I mix with 1 gallon of 1.5% Roundup solution to get 1 hour rainfall protection??
I have a 2.5 gallon of older Roundup concentrate 41% and would like to make the application rain proof by adding Diquat as thunderstorms come up over night without much notice.
ARoundUp products are generally rainfast within a few hours so that is not really an amount of Diquat that we could recommend to make it rainfast any quicker. The amount of Diquat you use per gallon of water is dependent on what you are treating for.
July 8, 2014Donald from Apopka Fl 32712 asked:
QWhat is the mix ratio for Diquat Herbicide per gallon of water ???
August 29, 2012Tom from Tn asked:
QWill this product work for yellow pond lily?
If so what is the mixing ratio and do I need to use a surfactant
AYes this product would be a good choice for controlling yellow pond lilies. Per the manufacturer you would mix 6 oz per gallon of water along with a non ionic surfactant and spray directly to the entire plant.
September 23, 2014Leff from Safety Harbor,fl asked:
QHow many oz's of Diquat per gallon of water to kill Duck Weed in a pond
AFor duckweed control, apply Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide at 1-2 gallons per acre plus 32 oz per acre of surfactant in at least 100 gallons of water. Treatment of dense weed areas may result in oxygen loss from decomposition of dead weeds. This loss of oxygen may cause fish suffocation. Therefore, treat only 1/3 to ½ of the water body area at one time and wait 14
days between treatments. Please let us know if you have any other questions, or give us a call at 1-866-581-7378 since many times with these types of applications, a customer service representative can better explain application techniques over the phone.
April 30, 2014Ken from Woodinville, Wa asked:
QWhich products will kill Horsetail?
ADiquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide will kill horsetail. Horsetail is very hard to control and it can be tough to properly penetrate through the plant. When using the Diquat you will need to mix it at the rate of 2-4oz per gallon of water and mix it with an 80% Non ionic surfactant.
June 3, 2014Mike from Amarillo, Texas asked:
QBest way to kill and control cattails/reeds and moss in reclaimed water in The Panhandle of Texas
Hello, I have been nominated as the Chairman of the fishing committee. We have a beautiful slightly flowing river and large damned up areas that are becoming overgrown with reeds/cattails etc. the fish are very healthy however during the hot summer months I'm afraid these plants will ultimately overgrown or deoxygenate the water. Could I get some advice please? As always i on a budget. Thank you
A Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide is one of our top products for control of Cattails as well as a multitude of other aquatic weeds. It is not harmful to any aquatic life and will control the weeds in the water as well as along the bank. For Cattails,
Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide is one of our top products for control of Cattails as well as a multitude of other aquatic weeds. It is not harmful to any aquatic life and will control the weeds in the water as well as along the bank.
April 6, 2013Brad from Florida asked:
QWhat is dilution rate of Diquat and how do I apply to duckweed in a pond?
AFor duckweed control, apply Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide at 1-2 gallons/A + 32 oz./A of surfactant in at least 100 gallons of water. Treatment of dense weed areas may result in oxygen loss from decomposition of dead weeds. This loss of oxygen may cause fish suffocation. Therefore, treat only 1/3 to ½ of the water body area at one time and wait 14
days between treatments.