Prizefighter®

Fast Acting Certified Organic Alternative to Roundup® and Glyphosate

By penetrating the cell wall, shutting down the flow of nutrients and disrupting cellular processes, Prizefighter™ breaks down weeds from the inside out. Visible results are achieved within 15 minutes and it quickly kills green plant tissue on contact due to the rapid desiccation of undesired foliage. Its versatility makes it a useful addition to your landscaping maintenance plan.

Roundup® is a registered trademark of Monsanto Technologies, LLC.

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Prize Fighter Benefits

  • Leaves no harmful residues
  • Starts showing results in 15 minutes
  • Controls a wide spectrum of broadleaf and grassy weeds
  • Can be used as a standalone product or in conjunction with other herbicides
  • Unique active ingredient, ammonium nonanoate, that effectively gets rid of weeds on contact

Guaranteed Analysis:

Active Ingredient

Active Ingredient
Ammonium Nonanoate 40.0 wt.%
Other Ingredients 60.0 wt.%
Total 100.0 wt.%

*Prizefighter™ contains 3.3 lbs. of ammonium nonanoate per U.S. Gallon

  • 1 Jug: 1 Gal (3.78 Liters) Net Weight: 8 lbs (3.63 kg)
  • 1 Case: 4 Gal (15.12 Liters) Net Weight: 32 lbs (14.52 kg)

Prizefighter is a trademark, the Vivid Life Science logo is a registered trademark of Vivid Life Sciences, LLC. Always read and follow label guidelines.

Application Programs:

Use a 6 to 8 percent V/V Prizefighter™ spray solution for control of annual weeds of    1-inch height or less and for control of liverworts and mosses.

Use an 8 to 10 percent V/V Prizefighter spray solution for control of annual weeds over    1-inch height and up to 3-inch height.

Use a 10 to 13 percent V/V Prizefighter spray solution for weeds over 3-inch height and for     hard-to-control weeds.

A 15 percent V/V Prizefighter spray solution is the maximum labeled rate. Use this rate for     hard-to-control perennial weeds or extremely dense weed growth


Weeds Controlled

Broadleaf Contol

Algae
Hairy Bittercress
Common and Mouse-Ear Chickweed
Common Cocklebur
Corn Spurry
Purple Cudweed
Groundsel
Common Lambsquarters
Liverwort
Marestail or Horseweed Rosettes
Annual Morning Glories

Broadleaf Contol

Moss
Mustards
Wild Oxalis or Wood Sorrel Pansy
Plantain Smooth and Redroot Pigweed
Round Leaved Mallow
Moneywort
Shepherd’s Purse
Sheep Sorrel
Spotted Spurge
Field Pennycress
Velvetleaf 

Grassy Weeds

Colonial Bentgrass
Annual Bluegrass (Poa Annua)
Crabgrass Creeping, Red and Hard Fescue
Nimblewill
Wild Onion
Perennial Ryegrass
Star of Bethlehem 

Difficult Weeds

15 percent mix is needed for control or suppression
Bermuda grass
Bindweed
Dandelion
Yellow Nutsedge
Common ragweed


State Registration

All States except Alaska, California and Hawaii