Herbicide receives OK for use in California


Issue Date: December 24, 2014

The manufacturer of Cheetah herbicide, a nonselective herbicide that provides control of glyphosate-resistant broadleaf weeds in crops such as tree nuts, grapes, bushberries, pome and stone fruit, citrus, sweet corn and olives, said last week the product has now been approved for use in California. Cheetah is also labeled for use as a desiccant on potato vines.

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