To effectively control floating, emerged and shoreline weed species while allowing desirable plants to colonize, Clearcast® herbicide is the clear choice. Its selectivity makes Clearcast ideal for aquatic areas used for fishing and other recreation activities, while minimal irrigation restrictions allow Clearcast to be applied in a large variety of aquatic environments, including golf course ponds and irrigation canals and ditches.
How It Works
The active ingredient in Clearcast is absorbed through the leaves, stems and roots of vegetation. It binds with an enzyme found only in plants, and not found in humans, mammals, birds, fish or insects. Sensitive plants stop growing within 24 hours after treatment, and then slowly break down as food and energy reserves are exhausted. The rate at which plants age varies with plant size and growth habit. Clearcast has a very favorable environmental profile, and is classified as practically nontoxic to birds, fish, algae and aquatic invertebrates. It’s the only herbicide on the market that has been granted a tolerance exemption by the EPA, which means there are no food residue limits for Clearcast in fish, shellfish, crustaceans or irrigated crops.
Flexible Application, Minimal Restrictions
Clearcast may be applied in a variety of ways, including directly to the water for the control of submerged aquatic plant species; as a foliar application specifically for emergent and floating species; and via ground and aerial equipment, including both fixed-wing and helicopter. When applying a foliar application by boat, the boat trail must be adequately sprayed after passing through. Clearcast is also a great tank-mix partner with many other aquatic herbicides.
Active Ingredient: Imazamox
Where to buy: To purchase Clearcast Herbicide, contact your SePRO Aquatic Specialist or SePRO Authorized Agent. May not be registered in all states. Always read and follow label directions.
Clearcast is a registered trademark of BASF Corporation and is manufactured for and exclusively marketed by SePRO Corporation.