Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Vicki
    02/14/2011
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    How do I mix Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide?
    I just received my order. I have a 1 and a 2 gallon pump sprayer, and I want to use to apply this in the common area next to my lawn. I don't see any mixing instructions. How do I mix this up? Thanks.
    A
    On page 3 of the product label are the instructions you are seeking.  You can use the lid of the Gallery 75 DF to measure the proper amount of product:  "When filled to the level of the inner lip, the cap contains approximately 1/2 oz, which is the amount of Gallery 75 DF needed to treat a 1,000 sq ft area." You can mix the 1/2 oz of product with 1-2 gallons of water. It is important to use the mixture immediately and to keep the mixture agitated to stop the product from settling to the bottom of the sprayer. The actual amount of water that you use is not important as it acts only as a carrier for the Gallery 75 DF and does not actually dilute the product.
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  • Asked by Jack
    05/28/2011
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    How long after spraying is it safe to allow pets in the sprayed area?
    I have a couple of 12 lb dogs that run in the yard where I wish to get rid of dandelions and would be concerned over their safety with this product. Thanks
    A
    Gallery is a very safe product to use around pets when used as directed. You should have the pets inside while you are applying the product.  Once applied, it typically takes about an hour to dry.  After that time it is perfectly safe to let the dogs back in the yard.  When this product is mixed with water it is quite diluted and should have no effects on a dog or any animal for that matter.
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  • Asked by Scott from Camp Hill, Pa
    05/07/2012
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    Can Gallery be applied using a hose end sprayer rather than a pump tank sprayer?
    Can Gallery be applied using a hose end sprayer rather than a pump tank sprayer. I do have both but was wondering how to keep track of what areas have been sprayed when using a tank sprayer. Any advice would be appreciated.
    A
    Most folks use a tank sprayer to apply Gallery so that they can be sure that they are getting even coverage. Hose end sprayers can not be easily calibrated and are not usually recommended for use with herbicides such as Gallery. You can either mark off the area that needs to be treated in 1,000 sq ft sections to make applications easy or you can use a dye additive so that you can see where you have sprayed. We carry the Turf Mark Blue Liquid and the Turf Mark Blue Tablets for this use.
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  • Asked by Don from Fayetteville, Ga
    09/26/2016
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    Does Gallery 75 DF Specialty need to be watered in after application?
    I assume this product does not require watering in after application, correct?
    A

    Yes, a single rainfall or sprinkler irrigation of 0.5 inches or more is necessary to activate Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide.

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  • Asked by Charles from Jacksonville, Fl
    01/02/2015
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    Can Gallery 75 be used to control the chamberbitter weed?
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    Yes, the Gallery 75 DF Herbicide is labeled to be used to control chamberbitter as well as a large variety of other broadleaf weeds. According to the Gallery 75 product label, you will need to use 0.38oz per 1000 sq/ft in no less than 2 gallons of water. 
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  • Asked by Peter from Northborough, Ma
    08/16/2016
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    How many ounces there in a 1 lb bottle of Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide?
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    There are 16 oz in a pound of Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide.

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  • Asked by Josh from Olathe, Ks
    05/16/2015
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    How long after spraying Gallery, do I need to wait to plant grass seed?
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    Per the product label, do not overseed turfgrass sooner than 60 days following the application of Gallery 75 Dry Flowable.
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  • Asked by Mark from Kearney, Ne
    10/18/2018
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    Can I use Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide on a residential, cool season lawn? Can it be used separately with Prodiamine?
    A

    Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide is a pre-emergent herbicide that can be applied to established cool and warm season turfs. It should be applied separately from Prodiamine or other pre-emergent herbicides.

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  • Asked by David from Columbus, In
    03/15/2016
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    Is there a generic available of Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide?
    Will a generic isoxaben 75 become available, like Quali-Pro Isoxaben 75?
    A

    We do carry a product by Fertilome that contains Gallery, it is called the Ferti-Lome Broadleaf Weed Control with Gallery and is a granule.  It is currently the only "generic" isoxaben that we carry.

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  • Asked by Ann from Georgia
    09/08/2014
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    Can I apply fertilizer the same day that I apply this product. (Fall application)
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    According the manufacturer, you are able to apply fertilizer the same day as Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide.
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  • Asked by Philboyj from Houston, Tx
    08/06/2016
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    What is the shelf life of Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide?
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    Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide has a 3 year shelf life if stored away from extreme temperatures in the original container. 

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  • Asked by Chris from 45113
    05/08/2013
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    Boom Sprayer
    It is my understanding the material does not dissolve in water. Are the granules small enough to avoid being clogged in a large boom sprayer (a 25 or 50 gallon Fimco/Northstar/AgriFab like sprayers) to treat larger areas?
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    Gallery is a Dry Flowable light tan water dispersible granule, so you are correct that it will not completely dissolve in the water. If mixed thoroughly and kept slightly agitated, you can normally use any type of sprayer-with or without a boom-without problems of clogging. However as we are not familiar with how the product works in every sprayer on the market, you may get more information from either the manufacturer of the sprayer you have, or from the manufacturer of Gallery 75 DF. Gallery is made by Dow AgroSciences: 1-800-258-3033.
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  • Asked by Rick from Lexington
    08/07/2014
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    What is the mixing directions for Gallery in a pump sprayer?
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    On page 3 of the product label are the instructions you are seeking.  You can use the lid of the Gallery 75 DF to measure the proper amount of product:  "When filled to the level of the inner lip, the cap contains approximately 1/2 oz, which is the amount of Gallery 75 DF needed to treat a 1,000 sq ft area." You can mix the 1/2 oz of product with 1-2 gallons of water. It is important to use the mixture immediately and to keep the mixture agitated to stop the product from settling to the bottom of the sprayer. The actual amount of water that you use is not important as it acts only as a carrier for the Gallery 75 DF and does not actually dilute the product. 
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  • Asked by Ken from Southlake, Tx
    09/14/2017
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    What is the best pump sprayer to use to apply Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide?
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    Any hand pump sprayer can be used to apply Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide.  Many of our customers like the Chapin Premier 1-Gallon Sprayer

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  • Asked by Jim from West Memphis, Ark
    11/04/2013
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    How many ounces of product are in a 1 gallon container?
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    One gallon of liquid is equivalent to 128 fluid ounces. On page 3 of the product label are the instructions for mixture rates.  You can use the lid of the Gallery 75 DF to measure the proper amount of product:  "When filled to the level of the inner lip, the cap contains approximately 1/2 oz, which is the amount of Gallery 75 DF needed to treat a 1,000 sq ft area." You can mix the 1/2 oz of product with 1-2 gallons of water. It is important to use the mixture immediately and to keep the mixture agitated to stop the product from settling to the bottom of the sprayer. The actual amount of water that you use is not important as it acts only as a carrier for the Gallery 75 DF and does not actually dilute the product.
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  • Asked by Steve from Birmingham Alabama
    02/04/2018
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    When is the best time to apply Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide in Birmingham Alabama?
    A

    It is important to apply pre-emergents like Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide just before the soil reaches 55+ degrees, right before the seeds begin to germinate in the soil. For warm season grasses, this is typically around February-March. You may contact your county extension office for the specific time frame to apply in your county and also visit our Lawn Care Schedule Guide for more information. 

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  • Asked by Steve from Statesboro
    07/28/2014
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    Does Gallery control poa annua?
    Does Gallery control poa annua bluegrass?
    A
    Gallery 75 is not labeled to treat for Poa Annua. Certainty  is one of our most popular treatments for Poa Annua. Be sure to review the label before application.
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  • Asked by Asha from Seattle, Wa
    06/22/2017
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    How many ounces of product fill the cap on Gallery 75 DF?
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    The cap on Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide contains approx 1/2 oz of product when filled to the level of the inner lip, which is the amount of Gallery needed to treat an area of 1000 sq ft, per the product label.

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  • Asked by Jemarquezg from Saint Johns, Fl
    02/08/2018
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    How early can I apply Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide if I'm targeting chamberbitter?
    , this weed germinates late spring, early summer. If I apply mid March that'd be more than 60 days before germination, should I re-apply say early June?, I didn't see any temperature restriction in the label, is there any?
    A

    Chamberbitter (also called mimosa, gripeweed, niruri) germinates when temperatures are warm, around 70 degrees F. You would need to apply Gallery 75 DF at the rate of at least 1 lb per Acre (0.38 oz per 1,000 sq ft) to prevent this weed from germinating. You can reappyl at 60 day intervals as needed, as long as you do not exceed 4 lbs per Acre per year, per the product label. The only temperature restriction we would recommend is that you should not apply pre-emergents when the ground is frozen, near freezing temperatures, or water-logged. So if you make a February or March application, then you could reapply at least 60 days from that. 

    Another great tool to help prevent this weed in ornamental beds is to keep a 2-4" layer of mulch in the beds to prevent these seeds from being able to germinate. Here are some articles with additional relevant tips and information:

    http://blogs.ifas.ufl.edu/santarosaco/monthly-garden-tips/ 

    https://ask.extension.org/questions/258303

    http://extension.uga.edu/content/dam/extension-county-offices/lowndes-county/anr/chamberbitter.pdf

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  • Asked by Susan from North Chesterfield
    09/16/2018
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    Does Gallery 75 DF need to be watered in after application?
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    You should irrigate areas that have been treated with Gallery 75 DF Specialty Herbicide with about ½ in. of water within 24 hours of application.

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