Yes, Quali-Pro Fahrenheit Herbicide is labeled to control Virginia Buttonweed and it can safely be applied to centipede grass.
Yes, Fahrenheit Herbicide is labeled for carpetweed and it can safely be applied to Centipede and St. Augustine turf.
Fahrenheit Herbicide is not labeled to eradicate Dallisgrass. There are a few products that will suppress Dallisgrass like Certainty Turf Herbicide. When an herbicide lists that it will "suppress" a weed rather than "control" it, it just means that the research provided from testing did not kill a high enough percentage of the weed in one application to receive a "control" approval, which is usually higher than at least 80 percent. So usually it means you need multiple applications and/or other cultural or chemical treatments to completely eradicate the weed. Dallisgrass is a weed that is notoriously difficult to eradicate quickly once it is established. The best option, once it has emerged, is to either spot spray with something like Round Up Quick Pro and re-seed because there is no product that will fully kill the Dallisgrass without killing the surrounding grass.
Yes, Fahrenheit Herbicide can be used on zoysia grass.
Fahrenheit Herbicide is only labelled for warm season grasses so it would injure cool season turf such as Tall Fescue.
Yes, Fahrenheit Herbicide is labeled to control Lawn burweed (Spurweed).
We apologize but cannot confirm that the Fahrenheit Herbicide would be safe for use on Floratam. Per the product label: Due to sheer numbers, all varieties have not been screened, so testing should be done prior to use on a small area to determine if your variety has tolerance. Some temporary discoloration can occur if turfgrass is under stress from lack of moisture, insects, disease, etc. Spot treatments during temperatures above 85°F may cause temporary growth reduction of St. Augustinegrass
Yes, Fahrenheit Herbicide can be used on Bermuda grass to control bahia. Per the product label: For Bahiagrass Control: For the selective control of Bahiagrass in Bermudagrass turf, use 3 to 9 oz. per acre. Use the higher rates of the range on Argentine, Common, and Paraguayan Bahiagrass varieties. Repeat application in 4-6 weeks if necessary. Some chlorosis or stunting of the Bermudagrass may occur following application.
Fahrenheit Herbicide is only labeled for use on warm-season grasses so it would injure cool season turf such as Tall Fescue. However, Tall Fescue is not listed as a targeted pest this product controls. You can look at a product like Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate as it is labeled to remove Tall Fescue and can safely be applied to Bermuda lawns.
Fahrenheit Herbicide can be used in St. Augustine, but it is not labeled for Chamberbitter. This is a very stubborn weed. Pre emergent applications with a product like Isoxaben 75 WG has proven to be the most effective way to control this weed. Also, please keep in mind given how persistent and pesky chamberbitter is, there is no one and done solution to take care of the weed. Repeat applications may have to take place in order to fully kill the invaders. Please review the product label for further application information. You may contact your local cooperative extension office for additional products and recommendations for this application.