Rodeo® Herbicide — Land Management
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Aquatic plant control

Rodeo® herbicide is the original glyphosate brand for nonselective control of troublesome aquatic plants.


Supplemental Information

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Flexible use sites

Rodeo® herbicide is labeled for broad-spectrum weed and brush control on multiple use sites, including roadside, rights-of-way, forestry and aquatic. 


Rodeo is classified as essentially nonvolatile to reduce off-target concerns. 

No residual

Rodeo binds readily with soil particles but without soil residual activity. 

Use sites


Aquatic Sites



Natural Areas





Controlled weeds

This product delivers effective weed control against the following:

  • Annual spurge
  • Australian-pine
  • Bentgrass
  • Common cocklebur
  • Crabgrass
  • Dogwood
  • Eucalyptus
  • Foxtail
  • Johnsongrass
  • Maple
  • Peppertree
  • Reed
  • Reed canarygrass
  • Saltcedar
  • Sericea lespedeza
  • Sweetgum
  • Waterhyacinth
  • Waterlettuce
  • Waterprimrose
  • Willow

Refer to the Product Label for complete product efficacy information.

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State registrations

  • Registered
  • Unregistered

Technical Specifications

  • Active Ingredient


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