ProForce Recondo 100WG Herbicide


ProForce Recondo 100WG Herbicide.

ProForce Recondo 100WG Herbicide contains 100g/Kg of  the sulfonylurea Trifloxysulfuron. It is a Monument herbicide alternative. This means it has all the benefits of a granular formulation but at the low use rates of the liquid.

It gives post-emergent control of a range of broadleaf and grass weeds and Sedges. It also suppresses Kikuyu grass and Bahia Grass seed heads in warm season grasses.

Proforce Recondo herbicide is available in 100g and 500g pack sizes which means you can purchase this in the right size for the area that you need to treat.

Benefits of ProForce Recondo 100WG Herbicide.


Mixing and compatibility of ProForce Recondo Herbicide.

ProForce Recondo herbicide can be tank mixed with Amigo 120, and Specticle and Barricade herbicides.

Observe the label instructions for ProForce Recondo herbicide with regards to water pH and the addition of a non-ionic surfactant (add a non-ionic spray adjuvant at 0.25-0.42% v/v).



Schedule: No schedule
Product Form: ProForce Recondo 100WG Herbicide is a Water dispensable granule (WDG).
Pack size: 100g and 500g
Weed: Kikuyu Grass, Mullumbimby Couch, Nutgrass, Ryegrass, White Clover, Wintergrass, Cotula, Curled Dock and Burr Medic,
Application Rate: 115g-300g per Ha.
Active Ingredient: 100g/Kg Trifloxysulfuron sodium.
Spectrum: Broad Spectrum.
Mobility Type: Systemic.
Activity: Post-Emergent.
Water volume: Place ProForce Recondo 100WG Herbicide as evenly as possible onto leaves and into crowns. The Ideal water volume is 400-800 L/ha. Only use coarse spray nozzles.
Rainfast: 3 hours after application
Re-entry period: Allow to dry
Reseeding: Allow at least 6 weeks between the last application and overseeding with cool season grasses for Winter cover.
Best water pH: pH 7 and above (alkali)

Additional information

Recondo 100 g


Recondo 500 g



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  • When should I apply my lawn pre emergent?

    The best time to apply these products is in the early spring as this is before broadleaf weeds begin to grow. For grass weeds like summer grass apply later say in late spring or early summer. This weeds germinate later, so by applying your pre emergent later you will get longer control.
  • What is a turf herbicide?

    Turf herbicides, also known as weedkillers are pesticides used to control and manage undesirable plants. It is important that when you use a turf herbicide that you precisely follow the label directions. If you don't do this then the herbicide may fail to control the target weed, damage the turf grass or even prevent you from being able to reseed or re-turf damaged areas. Turf herbicides can be:
    • Selective or non selective. Selective turf herbicides are able to specifically target the weed without damaging the desirable turf grass. Non selective turf herbicides kill everything.
    • Pre emergent or post emergent. Pre emergent turf herbicides prevent weeds from growing and becoming and are used before weeds grow. Post emergent kill weeds after they have emerged.
    • Work against broadleaf weeds or grass weeds.