Sonar Quick Release (Q) is SePRO’s newest Sonar* pellet formulation designed to deliver an accelerated release of the Sonar active ingredient. Faster than Sonar SRP and Sonar Precision Release* (PR) pellets, Sonar Quick Release provides a fast, yet measured release of Sonar into the waterbody providing even longer-lasting efficacious concentrations than Sonar A.S. liquid. Sonar Quick Release, with its unique release profile, and formulated on an easy-to-handle pellet, allows professional aquatic applicators to save time and labor costs when applying to multiple ponds. The rapid expansion of the Sonar Quick Release pellet, and accelerated release of Sonar herbicide, delivers more active ingredient for better nuisance aquatic plant control in ponds with high organic or muck sediments.
This pellet formulation is recommended for use in water bodies with sandy or rocky bottoms. Sonar Q accelerates the release of fluridone concentrations into the water column. Sonar Q provides a longer-lasting residual than liquid Sonar A.S., and still delivers an effective dose to targeted plants within the first day. The rapid pellet expansion allows the product to release fluriudone quicker while remaining buoyant on sandy or firm bottoms, avoiding complete organic tie-up. As Sonar Q is immediately carried to the bottom of the waterbody, Sonar’s active ingredient is less likely to be impacted by initial light degradation, preserving valuable fluridone parts per billion (ppb’s) for targeted plant control.
Cannot ship to the following states:
- New York
- New Jersey
Please Note: Some precautions may apply for 90 days when irrigating. See product label for details.
- 5 lb of aquatic herbicide pellets in a shaker container with handle
Sonar Q can treat the following aquatic weeds – American Pondweed, Bladderwort, Clasping-Leaf Pondweed, Coontail, Curly-Leaf Pondweed, Elodea, Eurasian Watermilfoil, Fanwort, Flat-Stemmed Pondweed, Floating-Leaf Pondweed, Horned Pondweed, Hydrilla, Large-Leaf Pondweed, Naiads, Sago Pondweed, Salvinia, Small Pondweedk, and Variable-Leaf Watermilfoil.