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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by xtremelawn, Feb 11, 2009.
Can anyone tell me the Pro's and Con's of these two products.
I believe this question has been asked before...
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Longer list of controlled grassy weeds, broadleaves
Better applied in split applications for seasonal control
Stains you, concrete, poreous surfaces,constant agitation
More cleaning of equipment
More product per acre
Short list of weeds controlled, grassy weeds
Longer duration of control
Less messy--less stain
Less to clean from equipment
Less product per acre
Think Green pretty well summed it up. For my $.02, I hate pendi, nasty rotten stuff, stains everything, people don't like the smell, and it doesn't last that long. I would go Barricade any day.
the problem is that it cost way more lol
Not that expensive at all. I think, not for what you get.
I pay about $20/lb for prodiamine (Barricade). If you do split apps, you get season long control at 1lb/acre. That's $0.46/k. Not too bad at all, if you're doing small 5k lawns like me.
hhhmmm will i'm guessing its cheaper getting powder then gals
Yes, it is. It is also cheaper using a generic. I have used Stonewall, and Cavalcade, both prodiamine, both seemed to work as well as Barricade.