Gordons Ornamec 170 Grass Herbicide will control or suppress the growth of common and hybrid bermudagrass in Tall Fescue.
Most herbicides, including Gordons Ornamec 170 Grass Herbicide are best applied when the temperature range is between 65-85 degrees.
Yes, Gordons Ornamec 170 Grass Herbicide is safe for use over established monkey grass. It will not kill the lirope, but it will kill the grass inside of it.
Gordons Ornamec 170 Grass Herbicide should not be applied to Kentucky Bluegrass to suppress Bermuda. It is applied in and around Ornamental Plants; groundcovers, shrubs, trees, landscape beds, ornamental beds, tree wells, fence lines and others. Turflon Ester is an option to treat bermuda in cool season turf.
You can water after 24 hrs after the application of Gordons Ornamec 170 Grass Herbicide has completely dried.
Gordons Ornamec 170 Grass Herbicide is a grass killer and will harm Kentucky Bluegrass if sprayed. When applied to grasses it can only be on Tall Fescue and Zoyiagrass. Using a pre-emergent like Dimension before the brome germinates would be a better option for control. If you need to control it post emergent, spot treating with a glyphosate based product and reseeding the KGB would be best.
Gordons Ornamec 170 Grass Herbicide is labeled to control dallisgrass in tall fescue in the spring. Tenacity Herbicide states the following in reference to tank mixing. We always recommend doing a small tank mix test before application. "Tenacity has been tested in tank mixtures with Barricade 65WG Herbicide (prodiamine), Vanquish® (dicamba), Turflon® ester (riclopyr), Spotlight™ (fluroxypyr), Quicksilver™ (carfentrazone), Basagran® (bentazon), Princep® (simazine), and AAtrex® (atrazine) for safety and efficacy on turfgrasses. Tenacity must be applied at reduced rates (4 fl. oz./A or less) if tank mixed with atrazine, bentazon or simazine. Other tank mixture partners may be safe but have not been tested. Turf managers wanting to tank mix Tenacity with other herbicides should test on a small basis for compatibility, safety and efficacy before treating large areas