The California Department of Food and Agriculture has registered Cheetah herbicide from NuFarm Americas Inc., Alsip, Ill.

The herbicide, an Herbicide Resistance Action Committee Group 10, contains the active ingredient glufosinate-ammonium, according to a news release.

It is effective against glyphosate-resistant weeds, such as marestail, fleabane, malva, clover and kochia, as well a host of other herbicide-tolerant species.

It is labeled for the control of broadleaf weeds in several specialty crops, including tree nuts, grapes, bushberries, pome and stone fruit, citrus, sweet corn and olives.

It's also labeled for use as a desiccant on potato vines.