As long as there is a 4 hour time frame of no rain after application of Confront the treated area will be rainfast.
Confront Herbicide should be applied when the pets are not in the area. Once the treated surfaces are completely dried then they can return.
Confront Herbicide works best when applied to activly growing Wild Violet in Tall Fescue. Be sure temps are between 65-80 degrees at time of application.
No, there is not a generic version of Confront Herbicide. This product is not for use on residential lawns.
Southern Ag Basagran Sedge Control is labeled to treat for nutsedge in St. Augustine grass and would not harm the grass. Though our most popular product for nutsedge in the Sedgehammer Herbicide. It can be used in St. Augustine as well.
No, Confront Herbicide is not labeled for crabgrass
Confront Herbicide should be applied when temperatures are between 65-85 degrees.
Confront Herbicide is not specifically labeled for kudzu. Ranger Pro Herbicide is labeled for kudzu. Mix 2 & 2/3 ounces of Ranger Pro with a gallon of water (2 tablespoons equals one fluid ounce). Follow this link to the product label to read about the treatment for kudzu: Ranger Pro Herbicide Product Label.
Confront Herbicide could harm trees and shrubs if exposed to the roots.
It is best to apply Confront Herbicide when the turf is dry and not wet from rain or morning dew.
Confront Herbicide is not labeled as safe to apply over juniper. Lontrel Turf and Ornamental would be a better option. For control of weeds such as Canada thistle and knapweeds, apply after the majority of the basal leaves have emerged, but before bud stage. Later application may result in less consistent control.
Confront Herbicide is not registered for residential use either because the manufacturer did not desire this registration, or because of the active ingredient Clopyralid. We are unaware of any products containing Clopyralid that are registered for use in residential areas.