Hi-Yield Grass Killer stops grass from growing within 2 days of application, and you should start to notice results within 7-14 days.
The manufacturers normally recommend that you use some type of certified surfactant with their products like the Non Ionic Surfactant or Hi Yield Spreader sticker. You would use 1 oz of Hi Yield Grass Killer and 1 oz of Surfactant per gallon of water per the Hi Yield recommended mix rates on the label.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide when applied per label will not harm Strawberry plants.
Yes, Hi Yield Grass Killer Herbicide is safe for use around sunflowers. It will only kill grassy weeds. The mixing ratio is 1 fl. oz. per gallon of water and a surfactant should be used as well.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide does list both tomatoes and cucumbers as tolerable to applications so would not harm when applied as directed on the label.
Yes, Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide can be used around roses and other ornamental plants and flowers.
Yes, the Hi-Yield Grass Killer Postemergence Herbicide is labeled to be used around fruits, vegetables (including okra), and ornamentals without fear of damaging these desirable vegetation.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide specifically states on the product label that it cannot be used on or around sweet corn.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide can be applied as directed to vegetables, gardens, trees, shrubs, ornamentals, and ground covers.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide does list okra on the label as tolerable and is labeled for bermudagrass aka wiregrass. Applications can be made upto 14 days before harvest.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Postemergence Herbicide could harm St. Augustine grasses or other turf. Hi-Yield Atrazine Weed Killer can safely be applied to St. Augustine grass for crabgrass suppresion. Be sure to follow the product label for complete application instructions.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide will last in the area that was tilled. If you are trying to replant in that area, it would be best to apply a non-selective (kills all grass-no selective-will eradicate desired turf also) such as Killzall or RoundUp QuikPro and wait 7-14 days prior to planting in that area. If you are seeking a selective application, please let us know. Thank you!