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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by ecoguy, Oct 31, 2012.
Anyone familiar with this new organic weed control?
ADIOS is OMRI listed, EPA Exempt Minimum Risk Pesticide in the US. It is a selective post-emergent that will control dandelions, clover, crabgrass, poison ivy and other weeds. We sent samples to several of our clients this year. Some are on this forum.
We are the distributor for ADIOS for eastern USA.
Phasthound, do you know what is in ADIOS? How does it work? I've used Fiesta and am wondering how ADIOS and Fiesta compare.
Fiesta is an iron based non-systemic, selective post-emergent which is registered with the EPA as a bio-herbicide, it is not a certified organic product.
ADIOS is a salt based systemic selective post-emergent, OMRI listed & EPA Exempt.
Both are good non-chemical tools for weed control to be used in conjunction with sound cultural practices such as improving soil health, proper mowing, irrigation, seeding and nutrition.
I'll be glad to send labels to those who are interested, just PM me.