Nufarm's Cheetah Pro approved in 42 states

Indiana, Maine, Rhode Island and Hawaii are the latest states to allow the herbicide.

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MORRISVILLE, N.C.– Nufarm Americas announced the approval of Cheetah Pro non-selective herbicide in 42 states, including the most recent additions of Indiana, Maine, Rhode Island and Hawaii. Cheetah Pro provides control of grass, sedge and broadleaf weeds in a variety of golf, turf and landscape settings. 

Cheetah Pro offers post-emergence control on weeds and grass challenges, including those resistant to glyphosate and other herbicide classes. Its novel mode of action works quickly to control undesirable plant vegetation around ornamental trees, shrubs and potted plants, as well as landscape trim and natural areas. Cheetah Pro displays less movement in grasses, which can help turf managers create sharp boundary markers that are particularly helpful for golf and sports fields and precise trimming around ornamental beds.

Cheetah Pro also has minimal soil residual, which makes it an effective option for pre-plant weed control in turf and ornamentals. When applied to dormant Bermudagrass or Bahiagrass, Cheetah Pro will provide control of many winter annual weeds, including annual bluegrass. 

To learn more about Cheetah Pro non-selective herbicide, view the label, or download a product information bulletin, visit Nufarm.com/usturf/cheetah-pro.