Fluridone

$119.00$1,799.00

(4 customer reviews)

Get rid of duckweed and other aquatic weeds. Fluridone is intended for treating the entirety of a contained water body.

SKU:SPRITFLO

Top Weeds Controlled

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Product Info

Spritflo® Fluridone herbicide is a great product for duckweed control. Combine with an algaecide such as Mizzen® for algae control. Spritflo® Fluridone Herbicide is equivalent to, and a direct substitute for Alligare Fluridone and Sonar AS Liquid, containing the same 41.7% active ingredient, for Less!
Spritflo® Fluridone herbicide is a proven and popular active ingredient for controlling aquatic weeds in fresh water ponds. Spritflo® Fluridone herbicide effectively controls a wide range of floating and submersed aquatic vegetation, including duckweed. Do not irrigate established turf/plants out of treated pond for 30 days see label in resources.
Controls and prevents: Hydrilla, Bladderwort, Watermilfoil, Naiad, Elodea, Water-lily, Pondweed, Coontail and Duckweed.

A Lake Restoration, Inc. product.

Aquatic Herbicides Water Use Restrictions:

  • Swimming: 0 days
  • Drinking Water: 0 days
  • Domestic Uses: 0 days
  • Fish Consumption: 0 days
  • Irrigation, Food/Crop: 30 days
  • Irrigation, Food/Ornamental: 30 days
  • Livestock Watering: 0 days
Additional Info

Spritflo® Fluridone herbicide controls duckweed and nearly all submerged pond weed varieties, except algae.

  • Active Ingredient 41.7% Fluridone
  • Allow 30 – 45 days for best results
  • Great for entire bodies of water but not meant for treating a portion of a pond or lake.

For a more complete solution, we recommend using additional pond weed control products to give your pond the healthy and beautiful look it was intended to have.

How to Apply

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Resources/Video

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See our Video Demonstration to view how easy it is to apply Fluridone herbicide.

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Reviews

Description

Spritflo® Fluridone herbicide is a great product for duckweed control. Combine with an algaecide such as Mizzen® for algae control. Spritflo® Fluridone Herbicide is equivalent to, and a direct substitute for Alligare Fluridone and Sonar AS Liquid, containing the same 41.7% active ingredient, for Less!
Spritflo® Fluridone herbicide is a proven and popular active ingredient for controlling aquatic weeds in fresh water ponds. Spritflo® Fluridone herbicide effectively controls a wide range of floating and submersed aquatic vegetation, including duckweed. Do not irrigate established turf/plants out of treated pond for 30 days see label in resources.
Controls and prevents: Hydrilla, Bladderwort, Watermilfoil, Naiad, Elodea, Water-lily, Pondweed, Coontail and Duckweed.

A Lake Restoration, Inc. product.

Aquatic Herbicides Water Use Restrictions:

  • Swimming: 0 days
  • Drinking Water: 0 days
  • Domestic Uses: 0 days
  • Fish Consumption: 0 days
  • Irrigation, Food/Crop: 30 days
  • Irrigation, Food/Ornamental: 30 days
  • Livestock Watering: 0 days

Additional information

Options

Spritflo 4 ounce (treats up to 22,000 sq ft = 1/2 acre) – $119.00, Spritflo 8 ounce (treats up to 44,000 sq ft = 1 acre) – $229.00, Spritflo Pint (treats up to 2 acres) – $419.00, Spritflo Quart (treats up to 4 acres) – $699.00, Spritflo 1/2 Gallon (treats up to 8 acres) – $1199.00, Spritflo Gallon (treats up to 16 acres) – $1799.00

4 reviews for Fluridone

  1. Alena (verified owner)

    My one acre pond was covered in duckweed and I used Fluridone to treat it. The duck weed is now gone and my pond looks fabulous! Thanks Lake Restoration!

  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Saw results in only a few days and after 2 weeks, almost all the duckweed is gone.

  3. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Our Ohio Pond was built in 1999. It was an incredible fishery, until last year when duckweed was introduced somehow. Duckweed sheeted the surface quickly. I asked various people for advice and tried netting, raking, etc. We ended up waiting for the cold weather to take it out. Unfortunately, it killed most of our big fish last year before the surface cleared for winter. Then, it came back this year in a hurry when the weather warmed up. We had aeration last year, but added more. That was not the answer we were looking for. Duckweed still grew thick over the pond surface. Duckweed is terrible for a fertile pond owner. It will starve your fish to death by blocking the Sun light and disrupting the food chain. It shades and kills good oxygen generating plants by eliminating them temporarily. Our pond has seasonal springs, so as soon as the drought hit and the water stopped flowing out of the pond outflow pipe, we added Spiritflo. We noticed right away that duckweed stopped expanding , then, died slowly over about 4.5 weeks. Don’t waste your time! I bought a weed net and some other things people recommended. As a very fit individual, I could not keep up with duckweed growth. What you take today, returns tomorrow. Spiritflo is a duckweed eliminator! It seems to be slowly killing cat tails as well. Curly leaf is another very annoying plant at times that seemed to perish with Spiritflo. In 4 to 5 weeks, we got our pond back. Also, we added some tilapia from a local hatchery. They are a seasonal fish in cold states. Additionally, we used enzymes/bacteria to take care of the dying plants. The pond water is now clear as an aquarium and weeds seem to be disappearing completely. There is still floating algae at the one end of the pond. We re ok with that, as it appears to be a normal. I wish, we knew about Floridone last year. We are glad to have our pond back. Fish were restocked and seem to be doing great again. If you get duckweed in a good fishing pond, call this company and speak with their staff right away. Floridone was our answer. I spoke with a female at this company and she assured me this would work. She was right. I hope this helps you keep your pond functional and looking awesome.

  4. Anonymous (verified owner)

    I mixed this up in a sprayer and rowed around my 3/4 acre pond until I had put around 24 ounces of floridone in the water. And then I waited. After about a week, the duckweed started turning pale, and over the next few weeks, the pond went from a very thick layer of duckweed and water meal to a nearly perfectly clear surface (it’s been 5 weeks and there are tiny wisps of pale water meal). I did re-treat the algea growing from the bottom with copper sulfate, to make sure it didn’t take over now that it had more light. I’m thrilled with my pond now, and so are the turtles and otters! -Andrew

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