Airmax Announces Pond Logic WipeOut Herbicide

Published on June 21, 2018

Airmax is pleased to introduce the newest addition to its Pond Logic pond and lake treatment line, Pond Logic WipeOut. EPA-registered WipeOut is an easy-to-apply, fish-safe, systemic herbicide used to control persistent pond weeds all season.

WipeOut can control even the most persistent pond weeds all season long. It controls floating, submerged and immersed pond weeds, including duckweed, lily pads, hydrilla, watermilfoils, coontails and many more. WipeOut works by slowly starving plants of nutrients, ultimately preventing rapid oxygen depletion and fish kills. Just 7.7 ounces of WipeOut™ will treat up to ¼ acre with a single application.

Applications are easy with WipeOut. Just shake before use, mix WipeOut™ with water in the included mixing container and pour the mixture into the pond. No sprayer is required. Also, there are no restrictions for swimming, fishing, boating or livestock use.

Since the product’s introduction last month, the industry has been buzzing about WipeOut.

“I’m thrilled that Airmax has finally come out with a whole-pond, easy-to-use, aquatic herbicide that is profitable for my customers,” said Randy Stewart at Unit Liner. “I think we’ll sell a ton of it.”

WipeOut™ is available in two sizes; 4 and 8 ounces.

For more information about Pond Logic WipeOut or Airmax Inc., visit www.airmaxeco.com or call 866/424-7629.

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