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We do offer a surfactant in a smaller pint size called Non-Ionic Surfactant.
DyneAmic is a high quality non-ionic surfactant that greatly enhances the effectiveness of Rodeo and other Herbicides and Fungicides on lawns, ornamentals, trees and landscape areas. The surfactant helps penetrate the natural waxy tissue of plants. Also aids duckweed treatments made with Reward herbicide. As with Rodeo, a little goes a long way (See below).
|Active Ingredient:||Methyl esters of C16-C18 fatty acids - 99%|
|For use in:||Liquid Fertilizers, Fungicides, Herbicides and Insecticides|
|Application:||Ground: 3 - 5 per 100 gallons of spray solution
* See label for complete application instructions
|Shipping Weight:||8.00 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Helena Chemical|
Amount of Surfactant required:
- 1/4 to 3/4 ounce per gallon of water.
- Order One Gal Surfactant per 2 1/2 Gal Rodeo.
- Water Use Restrictions: None
- Container Size: Pint (DyneAmic Brand)
- Formulation: Liquid
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9 of 10 people found this review helpful:
Five Star Performance from DyneAmic with Rodeo
By Andor in Terrell, TX on 08/06/2010
We are very happy with the performance of DyneAmic Surfactant. I have sprayed our ponds for cattails and they are all dying. We had been looking for a product like this that would kill cattails yet not harm the catfish and other fish we have in the pond. We thank you so much.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Works Well on Phragmites
By Elizabeth in St. Michaels, MD on 08/22/2010
This is working very well with Rodeo Herbicide to kill my Phragmites. It is expensive, but goes a long way.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful:
By Bernie in Piedmont, SC on 08/29/2011
Used with Drive weed killer as recommended by Drive - Weeds are dead within a few days. May have been just as dead without the surfactant, but I am taking no chances!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
By Greg in Marlton, NJ on 08/17/2011
I used this with Drive XLR8 and it worked great. The crab grass start to die with in 24 hour.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
You need this
By Dan in Middletown, Ohio on 08/14/2015
You need this with Drive Crabgrass control.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
A Potent Cocktail
By Ken in Indian Trail on 05/23/2016
Used DyneAmic with Drive XLR8 and Certainty on newly seeded Princess 77 yard 100' x 80'. After 3 weeks, Princess and Quackweed started to emerge. Used landscaper who infected my front yard with this crap. Several areas of crabgrass also noticed. The above cocktail, properly mixed per instruction, killed the crabgrass within 4 days, and the quackgrass, one week out is now a bright yellow. Will be applying a second mixture to the quckgrass in another week just for the overkill. Princess grass still smiling.
By Robert in Stafford, VA on 08/14/2016
I paired the DyneAmic Surfactant with the Drive XLR8 Herbicide Crabgrass Killer and it killed about half of the crabgrass I had in the yard in the first 14 days. The instructions say it may take up to there applications. I'm applying the second application to those areas where the crabgrass is still present today. I am extremely happy with the product thus far.
Killing crab grass with DiveXLR8,.
By Rick in Hamilton, MI on 08/19/2016
I used it in conjunction with the Drive CLR8. The combo seems to have worked great.
By Joe in Ocala, Florida on 09/06/2016
This product used with Drive XLR8 as recommended, works great on crabgrass with no damage to the Bermuda turf.
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08/05/2014 Oceandoc from Central Florida
QWhat is the difference between DyneAmic Surfactant and your Non-Ionic Surfactant for Herbicides?
I intend to use Drive XLR8 to kill Topedograss in Zoysia Lawn and I have bought the Non-Ionic Surfactant from you. Wonder I can just use that? thanks.
ADyneAmic Surfactant and Non-Ionic Surfactant are both non-ionic surfactants. You can use either one of these with the Drive XLR8. You will mix 1-2 teaspoons per gallon of water. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
07/29/2013 Marvin from Ashland, Va
QWhat is a surfactant?
AA surfactant helps products penetrate the natural waxy tissue of plants and increases the effectiveness.
08/19/2013 A.l. from Surry, Va.
QDoes DyneAmic surfactant work with 2-4d, what rate?
AYes, you can use DyneAmic Surfactant ith 2, 4D. You want to use 3fl oz DyneAmic Surfactant per 1 gallon mixed solution. Please be sure to review the product label for application.
QI need to add a 'ionic surfactant' to my nutsedge weed killer, but I don't know what that is.
Is it possibly a soap solution? If so, how much do I add in relation to chemical weed killer?
AWe carry DyneAmic Surfactant. DyneAmic is a high quality non-ionic surfactant that greatly enhances the effectiveness of herbicides. The surfactant helps penetrate the natural waxy tissue of plants.
QDoes Dyneamic surfactant come in a smaller container?
I don't need a gallon of DyneAmic. I'm going to use it with the smaller package of Sedgehammer.
ADyneamic comes in a quart, gallon and 2.5 gallon jug size. The manufacturer discontinued the pint size some time ago.
08/06/2015 Chris from Pa
QHow much DyneAmic Surfactant do I mix with Drive XLR8 for a tall fescue yard?
A You typically use <span new="" roman;="" font-size:medium"="">1/4 to 3/4 ounce of DyneAmic Surfactant per gallon of water for any herbicide you are mixing it with.
You typically use <span new="" roman;="" font-size:medium"="">1/4 to 3/4 ounce of DyneAmic Surfactant per gallon of water for any herbicide you are mixing it with.
02/13/2016 Shkhrp from Columbia Sc
QHow much Dyneamic Surfactant to use in 4 gallons of Tenacity on my home lawn?
A Per the Dyneamic Surfactant product label you can use anywhere between†1/4 to 3/4 ounce per gallon of water no mater what product you are using. Anywhere in that range will give you good results so to make it simple you may want to go with 1/2 ounce to each gallon of tenacity you mix up.†
Per the Dyneamic Surfactant product label you can use anywhere between†1/4 to 3/4 ounce per gallon of water no mater what product you are using. Anywhere in that range will give you good results so to make it simple you may want to go with 1/2 ounce to each gallon of tenacity you mix up.†