Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide will only kill grassy weeds and will not affect broadleaf weeds. The white clover will not be affected by the product.
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!
Yes, Hi Yield Grass Killer is designed to only target grasses and grassy weeds in ornamental and edible garden areas and will not harm your plants. You would use 1oz per gallon of water with 1oz surfactant and spray until thoroughly covered.
You should apply Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide when the target plants are young and actively growing for best results. This is usually when temperatures are around 60-85 degrees F.
No, Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide will not get rid of bermuda grass in a centipede lawn. Unfortunately, centipede and bermuda grasses are so closely related that any product that would kill the bermuda would also kill the centipede. In this type of situation, we usually recommend using a glyphosate product such as Roundup Quik Pro to spot treat the bermuda grass as much as possible, and then replanting the centipede in a couple of weeks when the bermuda is gone.
Daylilies green liriope and iris' are listed on pages 14 & 15 of the Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide product label as tolerable species. Yes this is a concentrate that you will mix with water and apply. Please refer to the label for complete mixing and application instructions to ensure a safe eradication of unwanted grassy weeds.
There is no time restriction for applying Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide and a fertilizer. You can apply either before or after application of a fertilizer.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide is labeled to be used around potatoes, but not labeled to be used around chufa plots. It may be best to spot treat the plots. Be aware that the pre-harvest interval on potatoes is 30 days.
No, Hi-Yield Grass Killer is a postemergent selective herbicide that kills annual and perennial grasses in ornamental landscapes and desirable plants and is not labeled to be used in desirable turf. Turflon Ester is an option to treat bermuda in cool season turf.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide is not specifically labeled for torpedograss. Solitare Herbicide is labeled to suppress torpedograss in centipede lawns, but may not eradicate it completely. Most of the herbicides on the market will only suppress the torpedograss for a short time. It is recommended to spot treat the torpedo grass with a non-selective herbicide such as Round Up Quick Pro and then reseed or sod in the treated areas.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post -Emergent Herbicide lists Mondo Grass as a plant that is tolerent, so you can apply the product to your Mondo Grass. This product may be applied over the top of desirable plants infested by weedy grasses, please read and follow the label instructions.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide will kill listed unwanted grasses in listed areas. We would recommend using Grass Out Max over clover plots. It will not harm the clover or deer..