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Larry from Sherrills Ford writes

Getting rid of wild onions and garlic in my NC centipede lawn with Southern Ag Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec

My centipede is currently dormant. Early March in NC. I have lots of wild onion and garlic. Is it OK to spray now with temps rising to low 60's but nighttime temps fall back to close to freezing?


Southern Ag Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec does state on the product label:  To avoid damage do not apply to St. Augustine or centipede grasses while emerging from winter dormancy.  Damage may also occur on these grasses if temperatures drop below 45°F within 72 hours of application If the centipede is still completely dormant and not turning green at all and temperatures are above 55 degrees during application to actively growing weeds you should be ok to use.

Answer last updated on: 03/08/2020

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