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Clipper®
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Clipper®

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Clipper® aquatic herbicide eliminates invasive floating weeds and submerged weeds, such as duckweed and watermeal. It also treats a wide variety of algae and submerged weeds.

  • Great results in just 7-14 days
  • No pond sediment accumulation
  • No swimming or fishing restrictions

For a more complete solution to control watermeal, reduce the nutrients in your pond and to control the algae, we recommend a pond weed control kit such as PONDRestore® Watermeal.

Clipper® aquatic herbicide is available in one pound containers that can treat up to a one acre pond and five pound containers that can treat up to a five acre pond when used in surface applications. Its quick dissolve granules mix well into the water eliminating messy application. Clipper® can also be pre-mixed with water and applied using a chemical sprayer.

Clipper® delivers fast and selective control of tough invasive and nuisance plants such as cabomba, watermeal, Eurasian watermilfoil, water lettuce, duckweed, giant salvinia and more. Plus, Clipper® dissipates quickly from the water column and does not accumulate in sediment.

Manufactured by Valent U.S.A Corporation.

Types of Weeds Controlled:
Watermeal
Duckweed
Submerged Weeds

Refer to product label for complete instructions.

If your order total is: Shipping is:
Up to $40 $9
$40.01 to $125 $12
$125.01 to $200 $15
$200.01 to $300 $19
#300.01 to $500
$29
Over $500 $39

Items heavier than 30 pounds may incur additional shipping charges.

Orders are usually shipped within one day by a ground carrier.

US Shipping Only.

Certain regulations apply for shipping to AK, CA, CT, HI, MA, ME, NJ, NY, VT and WA.
Please contact us if you live in one of these states: 1-877-428-8898


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Past Reviews/Comments:

  • Rating imageRating imageRating imageRating imageRating image - Water meal is very fast grower, our pond flooded with creek thought water meal was gone but was back in few days. Clipper seems to take control of problem (5/31/2014 2:03:43 PM)


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