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SKU: 1101420

Fiesta® Lawn Weed Killer is a selective, broadleaf weed killer that leaves turf healthy and weed-free using a specially formulated iron chelate solution. Fiesta works quickly, delivering visible same-day results, even in cool weather. And since Fiesta is made from iron, it has no unpleasant odour during or after application, and people and pets can reenter the treated area once the spray is dry.

Suitable for broadcast application or spot treatment, Fiesta is a versatile, patented product that will help grass look its best, even in many pesticide-restricted areas such as parks, golf courses, cemeteries, sports fields, and playgrounds. This product is ideal for lawn care where pesticide bans exist.


For use on lawns and turf (on rights of way, non-crop areas, golf courses, parks, cemeteries and athletic fields) consisting of one or more of Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and fescue (tall fescue, chewings fescue, and/or creeping fescue) for the control of dandelion, English daisy, false dandelion, white clover, black medic, bull thistle, Canada thistle, common chickweed, creeping buttercup, slender speedwell, narrow-leaved plantain, dove’s-foot geranium, wild geranium, lawn burweed, moss and algae, and for the suppression of broad-leaved plantain.

For a full list of crops and application directions, refer to the product label. Always read and follow label directions.

    Active Ingredient

    iron (present as FeHEDTA)


    PCPA # 29535


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    • About Neudorff

      Neudorff North America is an expansion of one of Europe's oldest chemical manufacturers. Neudorff North America opened for business in 2001 in response to increased demand for effective products suitable for organic and conventional crop production, as well as for use in pesticide-restricted areas.

    • Please Note:

      Regulations prohibit sale of pest control products outside Canada. For more information about pest control product regulations within Canada, please refer to this summary.