Burndown with a Bite

Panther D, the "burndown specialist" contains flumioxazin and an acid formulation of 2,4-D in a convenient liquid premix, making it ideal for fall or spring application to emerged weeds - especially marestail, Palmer Amaranth and cutleaf evening primrose. Panther D offers very broad spectrum control of broadleaf - including tough-to-control: marestail, Palmer Amaranth and cutleaf evening primrose - and grass weeds along with enhanced speed of burndown control and long-lasting residual. Click here for more detailed information on application instructions.

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