RightLine© SULFEN SOUTHERN Broadens Weed Control in Warm Season Turf

Malden, Missouri - June 15, 2021

Malden, MO, June 15, 2021 – RightLine LLC has launched its first sulfentrazone combination
product with RightLine SULFEN SOUTHERN herbicide.

By combining sulfentrazone with the powerful herbicide imazethapyr, the new herbicide expands
the list of weeds controlled beyond straight sulfentrazone products. While sulfentrazone alone
controls many sedges and kyllinga, the addition of imazethapyr expands label claims to include
purple nutsedge and a total of more than 50 weeds.

SULFEN SOUTHERN is labeled for use on many warm-season turfgrass species including
bermudagrass, zoysiagrass, buffalograss and centipede and can be applied to golf course fairways
and roughs, sod farms and athletic fields, as well as residential, commercial and institutional lawn
areas. For added convenience and efficiency, RightLine SULFEN SOUTHERN is packaged in a 64-oz.
bottle, the largest package size available to date for this technology.

“This new herbicide delivers excellent weed control, practicality and value to professionals who
manage warm-season turf,” RightLine Vice President of Sales Tim Zech said. “It is in keeping with
our mission to bring economical and effective product options to our customers.”

Information regarding RightLine LLC, the products and supporting materials may be found on the
company website www.rightlineusa.com


RightLine© is a Registered Trademark of Aycorp.

Tim Zech
(770) 335 3015.
[email protected]

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Tim Zech

Marketing, Branding and Selling Crop Protection and Specialty Turf and Ornamental Products for 21+ years.

Branded and Marketed over 34 products to the Agricultural and Specialty Turf Markets.

Currently marketing the following products and technologies; Azoxystrobin, Pyraclostrobin, Propiconazole, Tebuconazole, and combination Fungicides. Sulfentrazone, Mesotrione, Ethofumesate, Glufosinate Herbicides, Imidacloprid Insecticide and Proprietary soluble turf nutrients…

Motto: “High rates and short intervals”