A selective pre-emergent and post-emergent herbicide for St. Augustine and Centipede grasses that controls many broad-leaf weeds and suppresses crabgrass.
What is atrazine used for?
Atrazine herbicide is used in crops such as corn and sugarcane. It provides good weed control for crops because it is a selective herbicide, meaning the crop plants can metabolize the chemical, but the weeds are killed. It also has lawn care uses, like for golf courses and residential lawns as a weed killer. It is great for dandelions and crab grass without killing your grass.
How does atrazine work?
Atrazine works to kill broadleaf and grassy weeds by absorbing through the weed’s roots in liquid form. It travels up to the actively growing leaves and tips and inhibits photosynthesis. This takes about two to three weeks.
Is atrazine safe around people and pets?
There has been a worry that atrazine is a carcinogen, yet the EPA has not found a link with this herbicide to cancer. There is a risk of skin irritation upon exposure to products containing atrazine. Always check the label for warnings and instructions for use.
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