Prowl H20 Herbicide
Prowl® H20 herbicide is a water-based formulation that helps maximize herbicide availability for residual weed control through excellent surface stability and reduced binding to field residue. Prowl H20 offers exceptional convenience, performance and crop safety. The innovative, water-based formulation offers additional benefits including no odor, reduced staining, greater storage temperature flexibility and better performance in high surface areas.
How Prowl H20 Herbicide Works
Thorough, persistent and ravenous — the power of Prowl H2O herbicide is yours to unleash. A water-based formulation of pendimethalin, Prowl H2O is ideally suited for growers looking for long-lasting, dependable, broad-spectrum residual weed control. The innovative, water-based formulation maximizes herbicide availability for residual weed control through excellent surface stability and reduced binding to field residue.
Prowl H2O offers exceptional convenience and crop safety benefits, including no odor, reduced staining, greater storage temperature flexibility, a lower use rate than other pendimethalins, no incorporation requirement and better performance in high-surface areas. Combine those features with the staying power to dramatically reduce weed escapes and the need for multiple applications, and it is no wonder that so many growers choose Prowl H2O to keep their crops cleaner and higher yielding — right up until harvest.
Prowl H20 is registered in over 90 crops, including on corn (field, pop, seed and sweet), cotton, edible beans, garlic, grain sorghum, alfalfa, lentils and peas, bearing grape, bearing fruit and nut trees, , nonbearing fruit and nut crops, nonbearing vineyards, onions and shallots (dry bulb), peanuts, potatoes, rice, soybeans, sugarcane, sunflowers, perennial grasses grown for seed, clover grown for seed, carrots grown for seed, strawberries, mint (peppermint and spearmint), tobacco, and wheat.
Prowl H2O herbicide is part of the BASF Advanced Weed Control System. Learn More
Alfalfa, asparagus, artichoke, bearing and nonbearing fruit (citrus, pome, stone) trees, bearing and nonbearing tree nuts, bearing and nonbearing grape, bearing and nonbearing olive trees, carrots, carrots grown for seed, corn (field, pop, seed and sweet), cotton, edible beans, fallow, fruiting vegetables (tomato, peppers), garlic, grain sorghum, lentils and peas, mint (peppermint and spearmint), onions and shallots (dry bulb), peanuts, perennial grasses grown for seed, potatoes, rice, soybeans, strawberry, sugarcane, sunflowers, tobacco, wheat, clover grown for seed and winter dormant Bermudagrass.