How Barrier Herbicide Works
This fast-acting herbicide contains imazapyr and glyphosate, two isopropylamine salts that not only kill weeds but also prevent them from growing for up to 12 months. With one application, Barrier Herbicide seeps into a weed's root system and stops its growth. It goes to work within days and provides residual control without the need to reapply the product on the same area. It also creates a vapor barrier in the uppermost layer of the soil, helping to stop regrowth long after an application.
Where to Use Barrier Herbicide
Barrier herbicide works to kill weeds on most noncrop sites, such as home lawns and business landscapes. It has a quick mode of action and begins to stop weed growth on established landscapes at hospitals, sports complexes and parks. It's activated with both irrigation and rainfall.
With Barrier herbicide, annual and perennial weeds don't stand a chance. It kills shallow-rooted grasses and weeds that cause allergies and ruin the look of a landscape. The active ingredients kill many hard-to-control weeds such as:
Advantages of Using Barrier Herbicide
Barrier Ornamental Landscaping herbicide works effectively on its own without the need for an adjuvant or a surfactant. It attaches to the soil and releases the active ingredients, creating a preventative barrier and stopping weed growth quickly. Here are some of the major advantages of using Barrier herbicide:
- Works on pre- and postemergent weeds
- Kills weeds on sidewalks and driveways
- Targets a variety of hard-to-control weeds
- For use on numerous noncrop sites
- Contains two active ingredients for quick results
- Long-lasting control for up to one year
Stop Weeds Fast With Barrier Herbicide
Stop weeds from taking over beautiful landscapes with Barrier Ornamental Landscaping herbicide. Its two ingredients combine to create an effective weed killer and continue to control weeds for up to 12 months. It not only kills established weeds but also works to keep weeds from emerging from the soil and taking over the landscape.