We do not recommend storing Grass Out Max or any other insecticide where there are extreme temperatures. Store products in cool, dry place for the most effective results. If it hs been frozen, we suggest getting fresh product.
Grass Out Max will work best when plants are young, but actively growing. You can make applications usually starting around 60 degrees when the plants first start growing and continue to make applications until temps reach about 85 degrees but no higher or you can cause damage to desirable growth.
Grass Out Max is safe to use in jasmine ground cover and will kill grassy weeds. It will not kill your zoysia grass in the lawn unless you spray it directly.
? Grass Out Max? is specifically designed to kill any and all grasses it is sprayed on and ONLY kill grasses. This would not be a product you would want to use over a lawn and instead you would want to go with a product that is selective in either a pre or post emergent form. Because poa annua and and fescue are so closely related, there are few products that will kill the poa annua without also harming the fescue. The only one we are currently aware of is called Prograss. Your other options would be to either spot-treat with a Roundup-type? product and then reseed with the fescue in those areas, or you can use a preemergent like Prodiamine 65 WDG in the fall to prevent the poa from growing in the first place.
Yes, Grass Out Max (Clethodim Herbicide) can be used on and around Peonies. It is only labeled to control grassy weeds.
You will need to use 0.2-0.4 fl oz of Grass Out per 1,000 sq ft area. Like most other herbicides the exact amount of water you use is not important, it is just important to make sure you get the specified amount of product over a 1,000 sq ft area. For ease of mixing/measuring you can add the specified amount of product to 1 gallon of water to apply to a 1,000 sq ft area.
Grass Out Max (Clethodim Herbicide) is labeled to control field sandbur aka sandspurs in ornamental areas only.
GrassOut Max should be applied where and when the bees are not foraging.
The Grass Out Max is labeled for controlling Tall Fescue and would be safe sprayed over the top of broadleaf plants such as clover. While the product is not an insecticide, it would be recommended to avoid spraying when bees are active or foraging, such as very early in the morning or very late at night. We would also recommend not applying when clover is in bloom as this is when they would be most active.