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Prodiamine 65WDG

Posted by mop708 none (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 31, 13 at 12:54

Does anyone know where I might find some Prodiamine 65WDG in smaller portions? I have only seen this in 5 lb containers and that much would last me 10 years. I only have 10K sq ft of area to cover. From what I've read, the shelf life on this is only 1-3 years. Has anyone ever spotted 1 or 2 lb containers of Prodiamine 65WDG?


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RE: Prodiamine 65WDG

I'd even settle for a bag of granular Prodiamine, but my local John Deere Landscapes only carries Prodiamine with nitrogen.

My ideal would be something I can spray, but I don't mind spreading if I can find some without fertilizer.

By the way, I'm in the south suburbs of Chicago. I have no problem ordering online or purchasing locally.


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RE: Prodiamine 65WDG

Not sure this will help, but you may look for it under it's commercial name, Barricade. I'm not in Illinois, but get mine at a farmers coop in TN, 50lb bag made by Anderson. Here is a 3lb bottle.

http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/barricade-65-wdg-herbicide-p-1491.html


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RE: Prodiamine 65WDG

You don't want to apply it now, do you? Are you buying it for springtime?


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RE: Prodiamine 65WDG

Resolute is the same stuff but a lot cheaper. Google


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RE: Prodiamine 65WDG

Resolute is the same stuff but cheaper. Google it


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RE: Prodiamine 65WDG

Yes, I am just looking for a springtime application. I already put down barricade with fertilizer in September. I don't mind the fertilizer in the fall, but I want to try to avoid putting down fertilizer in the spring.

I'll look into Resolute. Thanks for the info.


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RE: Prodiamine 65WDG

Looked at the Resolute. Although it is cheaper, I will still be throwing most of it away. I wouldn't want to keep it for more than a couple years.

It's unfortunate, but I guess I'll have to find an alternative.


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