Herbicide Summary - Rodeo

Controls annual and perennial weeds, grasses, vines, and woody plants; broadcast and spot treatments for hardwood brush and fern control; directed spray and broadcast treatments for conifer release.
Herbicide Summary - Rodeo - Articles

Updated: January 10, 2012

Common Name: Glyphosate-53.8%; Acid Equivalent: 4 lbs./gal.

Formulation: Water-soluble liquid (amine salt)

Signal Word: Caution

Toxicity: Practically nontoxic; oral LD (50): >5,000 mg/kg

Use Classification: General use

Minimum Required Personal Protective Equipment: Long-sleeved shirt, long pants, shoes, and socks

Carriers: Water

Activity: Absorbed through foliage or cut surface

Mode of Action: Inhibits production of enzyme necessary for producing essential amino acids; also inhibits synthesis of chlorophyll, causing leaves to lose color

Selectivity: Nonselective, broad-spectrum control

Precautions: Avoid herbicide contact with foliage, green stems, and exposed non-woody roots of desirable plants and trees

Application Methods: Foliar spray(aerial or ground), cut stump, stem injection, frill girdle

Manufacturer: Dow AgroSciences

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