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Label SDS Sheet
Renovate 3 provides selective, targeted control of a wide
variety of undesirable species without influencing many of the
desired native aquatic plants and grasses. With Renovate 3, one
aquatic herbicide tool can replace the need for multiple products
because it can control submersed, immersed, and floating aquatic
Renovate 3 works both above and below the water surface to
attack the entire weed, surface, roots and all. This systemic
activity provides complete, long-term control of the targeted
plants, not just a temporary burn down.
The active ingredient in Renovate 3, triclopyr, rapidly enters a
plant through the leaves and stems, then translocates down into the
roots, disrupting the plant's metabolism. Renovate 3 is a selective
broadleaf herbicide that can be used to control a variety of
nuisance and invasive aquatic plant species such as Eurasian
Watermilfoil and Purple Loosestrife. While controlling unwanted
exotics, Renovate 3 allows many native monocots, and less
susceptible dicots, to thrive following treatment.
Renovate 3 carries no restrictions on recreational use such as
swimming and fishing, or on livestock consumption of water from the
Refer to the product label for irrigation restrictions.
For immersed weeds (most of plant is above water or on
shoreline): Apply Renovate 3 at a rate of 32 ounces per 500' x 50'
area by mixing 1 quart Renovate 3 with 12 gallons of water and add
16 ounces Cygnet Plus surfactant. Spray directly onto weeds.
Water depth (ft)
Gallons of Renovate 3 per surface
acre at specified depth
Recommended target weeds: Phragmites (common reed), Purple
Loosestrife, Black Water Willow, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak,
Dollarweed, and most tree species. See label for complete use
For submersed weeds (underwater): Apply Renovate 3 at a rate of
3 quarts and 6 ounces of Cide-Kick per 100' x 100' area.
For best results, Renovate 3 should be applied as
early as possible after weeds appear or when they are actively
growing. Begin application in spring as water temperature warms to
50º F and above. Early treatment when growth first appears or
begins to create a nuisance. Early treatment will also reduce the
amount of dead plant material which should be removed or left to
naturally decompose allowing the nutrients within the dead plant
material to be released into the water column.
Heavy, out of control growth may require more than one
application or physical removal to gain control. For best results,
use under conditions of minimal water flow.
Treatment effectiveness depends on
density of vegetation and time of year at which the herbicide was
applied. In extreme cases 2 to 3 treatments per season
of Renovate 3 may be needed to adequately control
Do not use in water containing
Trout, Koi or hybrid Goldfish.
*All pesticides can be harmful to health and the environment
if misused. Read the label and follow directions. Consult with your
local regulatory agency before applying herbicides and algaecides
to public waters. There are herbicides from other states that are
either not licensed in Wisconsin or Illinois, or are not
recommended by ABI.
A WI DNR Aquatic Plant Control Permit or
DATCP Fish Farm License is required in WI in order to apply
algaecides or herbicides. In addition ponds and lakes with
overflows not contained on the property are required to obtain a WPDES
permit. Illinois Residents are required to obtiain NPDES
permits through the Illinois EPA.
In order to apply chemicals in
liquid form within Wisconsin, the applicator must be licensed with
pesticide or treatments for specific algae or aquatic plants are
provided for general information purposes only - no warranties are
expressed or implied.
California - Connecticut
- Delaware - Hawaii - New Hampshire
- New Jersey - New
York - Maine -
Maryland - Massachusetts
-Oregon - Rhode
Island - Washington
Vermont (for additional information about
these restrictions please see shipping or
Aquathol K, Reward, Weedtrine D,
& Sonar products can not be shipped without a permit
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