Yates 20L Zero Aqua Herbicide

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$227
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Product Description

Yates Zero Aqua is a non-selective herbicide for control of annual and perennial weeds in certain situations. It is suitable for use in aquatic areas.

  • Effective, economical and easy control of weeds and grasses in rockeries, garden beds, paths, driveways, along fence lines and lawn edges
  • It is also suitable for use on a number of aquatic weeds in fresh water, as well as on sides or banks of streams, lakes and in channels and drains
  • Absorbed by the plant foliage and green stems and moves through the plant from point of contact to root system
  • Non-residual
  • Available in a range of commercial sizes including 1L, 2.5L, 5L & 20L

Product Details

Model Name
Yates Zero Aqua Herbicide 20lt
Model Number
52602
Material
Herbicide
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:288 H:372 L:288
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:288 H:372 L:288

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