Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate uses a combination of active ingredients to provide pre- and post-emergent control of sedges, crabgrass, annual and broadleaf weeds. Safe on Southern and Northern lawns (warm and cool season grasses) Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate is an excellent choice fro residential lawns. Prodiamine provides pre-emergent control while sulfentrazone provides post-emergent control. One pint will treat from 2,000 to 8,700 sq. ft.
Starts working on contact and is rainproof, won't wash away. It kills the toughest of weeds, down to the root, and not the lawn.
This is a selective pre-emergence and post-emergence herbicide for control of crabgrass, annual grass and broadleaf weeds and sedges in residential lawns. This is a flowable formulation (suspension concentrate) containing 0.4 lbs. of active ingredient per gallon. The mode of action of this product involves uptake by both weed roots and shoots of existing weeds and prevention of growth by newly emerged weed seedlings.
This can be applied using a hand trigger sprayer, pump-up sprayer or hose-end sprayer. See Table 1 for specific use instructions for either cool or warm-season turfgrass varieties. For pre-emergence applications, spray recommended rate evenly over entire lawn. For postemergence applications, spray weeds directly until well covered. Do not over-apply as this may cause undesirable turf injury.
For pump-up sprayers mix recommended amount of fluid ounces in Table 1 according to desired turfgrass type in 1 GALLON of water per 1,000 sq. ft. covered.
Mix and apply only the amount of product needed to cover desired area. Do not store mixed product.
Killed most all the sedge with the first treatment. Applied amount as directed. I applied a second treatment recently to knock out any remaining sedge. Price is much more reasonable than SedgeHammer, especially when you need gallons of it. Also, only spray sedge with this when it is hot out. If it is not hot, it is not effective and you will waste your money. During spring or fall cool down one should apply RoundUp with a surfactant, in my opinion.
Tried this on recommendation of Mike Miller who is on KMOX radio in St. Louis. Very pleased on how well this product knocked down the sedge. Gave my neighbor a tank full of this product and he had equal results. I would recommend this product to people fighting the sedge which is particularly bad in St. Louis this year.
What is the correct mixing ratio for Sedge Ender to kill the nutsedge that is growing sporadically in my rock and mulch flower beds?
I want to use a 1 gallon multi purpose sprayer to spot treat and kill my nudsedge.
The mixing ratio for Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate is 5.5 oz per gallon of water for warm season turf. For cool season turf, the mixing ratio is 2.75 oz per gallon of water. Each of these will treat 1000 square feet. You should avoid spraying over-the-top of desirable ornamental plants with Bonide Sedge Ender since the Sulfentrazone could also damage ornamentals.
kill heavy concentrations of crabgrass n a bermuda lawn
Lawn has been "let go" and crabgrass is in large stalks and patches ten feet in diameter. What would be the ounces or tablespoons of concentrate per gallon of water using a pump up sprayer or a Gilmour sprayer. Will a surfactant help? How many applications and how often? Weather is HOT - mostly dry.
You will use 5.5 fl. oz. of Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate in a gallon of water. Per the label, do not add a surfactant. Depending on what you are treating for will depend on the number of application needed. It is not recommended to use more than 2.75 fl. oz. of product per gallon of water for subsequent treatments.