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LebanonTurf introduces new options to fight weeds and pests

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The products are backed by MESA controlled nitrogen delivery.

| February 18, 2013

LEBANON – LebanonTurf introduced products for the golf and landscape markets that offer advanced protection against weeds and pests along with the feeding properties of MESA, the company’s patented nitrogen source.
ProScape 19-0-6 30 percent MESA with LockUp plus Dimension is the company’s exclusive combination product of pre- and post-emergent weed control, matching the strength of Dimension with the knockout power of LockUp to extend the application period for landscape professionals.

The latest addition to the ProScape line is the only product in the market with both penoxsulam, a broad spectrum herbicide for turf; and Dimension, a herbicide used in the early control of Crabgrass and other annual grasses and broadleaf weeds.

Each of the products is fortified with MESA, LebanonTurf’s patented nitrogen source that combines ammonium sulfate with methylene urea in a single particle. The result is a controlled delivery of nitrogen that produces consistent, brilliant color without excessive growth. Unlike coated fertilizers, MESA does not lose its slow-release properties when cracked, chipped, crushed or broken.

 

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