Everything You Wanted to Know about Image for St. Augustinegrass & Centipedegrass.. Well, Almost Everything

How does IMAGE for St. Augustinegrass & Centipedegrass with Atrazine work?
Atrazine is a highly effective herbicide for broadleaf and grassy weed control in St. Augustinegrass and Centipedegrass lawns. Atrazine starves weeds to death. It is absorbed into roots and shoots, blocking out the weeds ability to absorb energy from the sun. The weeds just wither and die, without any harm to the lawn.
Can I use IMAGE for St. Augustinegrass & Centipedegrass on any type of soil?
Do not use on organic (muck) or alkaline soils.
How long will IMAGE for St. Augustinegrass & Centipedegrass take to control my weeds?
IMAGE controls weeds gradually, with visible results in one to four weeks after application.
When can I overseed, sprig, or replant in the treated areas?
Do not overseed turf areas within 6 months of Image application. Sprigging of listed turfgrass is allowed immediately in treated areas, some yellowing or stunting may occur. Do not replant treated areas (except with listed turfgrass) within 12 months of treatment or injury may result.
What methods can I use to apply IMAGE for St. Augustinegrass & Centipedegrass?
Application should be made only with a conventional compressed air garden sprayer equipped with a flat fan spray tip. Correct calibration of the sprayer is essential or severe plant injury could occur.
Can I apply near desirable plants?
No. Do not apply where the natural drainage would carry the atrazine to adjacent desirable plants. Do not use near rooting areas of trees, ornamentals, or vegetables.
Can I apply this product in summer?
Do not apply when temperatures exceed 90°F. Applications during summer should be limited to spot treatment only.
What are the selective weeds that IMAGE for St. Augustinegrass and Centipedegrass controls?
Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua), Chickweed (Common and Mouseear), Crabgrass (suppression only), Cransbill, Cudweed, Dichondra, Florida Betony, Henbit, Knotweed, Lespedeza, Moneywort, Mustards, Narrowleaf Vetch, Parsley-Piert, Pennywort (Dollarweed), Sandspur, Smutgrass, Spurge, Spurweed, Swinecrest, Woodsorrel and various annual clovers
When should I apply IMAGE for St. Augustinegrass & Centipedegrass?
This product may be applied during both dormant and growing seasons (post-emergent and pre-emergent application). Best results are usually obtained when applied in early Spring or dormant periods when weeds are small or have not emerged.
How often can I apply IMAGE for St. Augustinegrass & Centipedegrass?
You can apply a maximum of two applications per year.



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