FMC has introduced a new water-soluble liquid herbicide formulation, Solitare WSL, which the company says increases application efficiency while controlling more than 40 weeds. The new Solitare formulation contains a surfactant for faster plant penetration and does not settle out or separate when mixed with water.
Designed to combat crabgrass, sedges and broadleaf weeds in a single application, FMC says Solitare eliminates the need to tank mix with other herbicides.
“Solitare WSL adds efficiency to ride-on sprayer applications, providing increased flexibility and outstanding weed performance,” says Jay Young, herbicide brand manager for FMC. The company says results are visible only a few days after applying the herbicide, which is a formulation of sulfentrazone and quinclorac. It may be used on seeded, sodded or sprigged turfgrasses that are well established.