Airmax WipeOut Aquatic Herbicide is perfect for freshwater farm ponds and lakes with minimal water outflow that battle persistent pond weeds year after year.
WipeOut weed killer has no temperature, swimming, boating or livestock restrictions and can be applied early in the season at the first sign of weed growth. This systemic fluridone herbicide controls targeted pond weeds slowly by starving them of nutrients without a rapid oxygen depletion or a fish kill. WipeOut weed killer is designed to treat your entire pond this season in a single application right from the shoreline.
Airmax WipeOut is one of the most effective all-season control aquatic herbicides on the market today.
Airmax WipeOut will control even the most persistent pond weeds all season long. WipeOut weed control works to treat floating and submerged pond weeds, including
- Lily Pads
- American Pondweed
- Clasping Leaf Pondweed
- Curly Leaf Pondweed
- Sago Pondweed
- Southern Naiad
For treatment of cattails and other shoreline emergent weeds, try Shoreline Defense.
Water Use Restrictions
No restrictions for swimming, fishing, boating or livestock use. Some precautions may apply to irrigation for 30 days.
How to Apply
Airmax Wipeout has no temperature restrictions and should be applied to ponds and lakes with minimal outflow. Airmax WipeOut can be applied to start in early spring, at the first sign of weed growth, through mid-summer. Ponds treated with WipeOut weed killer will not harm any wildlife in or around the water and can be used immediately for swimming or fishing.
Once you have determined the size of your pond and use the dosage rates on the product label, open the container and shake the liquid bottle(s) prior to use as the contents may have settled. Measure and pour the liquid WipeOut into the included container* and mix with water. Pour the mixture from the container in several spots around the pond’s edge under or away from pond weeds.
Please Note: The 1 Gallon does not include a separate mixing container.
Do you have an outflow? Determine if you have an outflow to your pond with pond dye. Watch the water color to see if it can last for a few weeks before using Airmax WipeOut. Best control is obtained when discharge can be stopped for 45 days or longer. Water levels should be at or near normal during treatment. Excessive outflow dilutes fluridone and reduces the chance of control.
Reduce Sunlight Exposure: We recommend using pond dye at time of treatment to monitor the amount of dilution your pond receives and to reduce the sunlight exposure that can reduce treatment effectiveness.
Avoid: Using a sprayer when applying treatment to the pond. Chemical must be applied in the water. If chemical is applied on top of surface plants, the sunlight exposure will reduce effectiveness.