Image Southern Lawn Weed Killer for St. Augstinegrass and Centipedegrass Ready to Spray
IMAGE Southern Lawn Weed Killer for St. Augustinegrass and Centipedegrass Ready-to-Spray contains multiple active ingredients to provide excellent broadleaf weed control in established warm-season and cool-season grasses. Weeds controlled include dandelion, chickweed, clover, dollar weed and spurge. Weed injury symptoms are normally noticed within a few days of application.
- Kills the toughest weeds-down to the root
- Kills the weeds not the lawn when used as directed
- Safe on floratam lawns
- Fast acting, see results in hours
Image for Weeds Southern Lawn Weed Killer for St. Augustinegrass and Centipedegrass Instructions
The best time for broadleaf weed applications is when weeds are young, actively growing, and soil moisture is adequate. Normally a single application is sufficient to control broadleaf weeds in these conditions. Two applications may be necessary for hard-to-control weeds, dense infestations of perennial weeds, for adverse/extreme environmental conditions, or for hardened-off and mature weeds.
Ready-to-Spray Hose End Sprayer Applications:
- Measure the entire area to be sprayed. For rectangular areas,
multiply the length by width to obtain total square feet.
- See below for directions for the ready-to-use hose-end sprayer.
- Spray evenly over the entire measured area.
Shake well before using.
Connect sprayer to hose.
Turn on water.
Extend hose to farthest area of the measured area to be treated.
To begin spraying, point nozzle in the direction you want to spray.
Slide thumb activation switch forward to ON position.
Spray evenly over measured area.
To STOP spraying, slide thumb activation switch backward to
Turn off water.
Relieve water pressure by sliding thumb switch to WATER ONLY position
until water slows to a drip. Then, slide switch back to OFF position.
Disconnect sprayer from hose.
VIEW THE SAFETY DATA SHEETS (SDS) OR PRODUCT LABELING.
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