Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide could harm bees if they contact when surfaces are wet.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide will not treat nutgrass. We recommend spot treating with RoundUp QuikPro (avoid drift on ornamentals and other desired areas).
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide lists all but dill weed as tolerable to applications when used as directed.
There shall be no rain expected within 24 hrs or irrigation following the application of Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide for the most effective results.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-emergent Herbicide will kill only annual and perennial grasses. It can be used safely around established ornamentals without fear of damaging desirable vegetation.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide is not labeled for applications to switchgrass plantings.
The Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide is labeled to be used for daylilies and bleeding hearts. Unfortunately, the Hi-Yield Grass Killer Postemergence Herbicide does not specifically list fern peonies, tree peonies and other herbaceous peonies on the product label as tolerable to this product. Please tell us more about what you are treating for so that we are able to locate a product that will best fit your needs.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide is labeled to be used around established crape myrtles and rose plants listed on the product label to control bermudagrass and other listed weeds. For ornamentals not listed on the product label, we would recommend spot treating around a small area before treating around a large number of plants.
Yes, if new growth appears, you may re-apply Hi Yield Post Emergence Grass Killer when grassy weeds are actively growing. Younger, actively growing seedling weeds are more easily killed than older, mature, well-established grassy weeds which may require a repeat application for control. Please refer to the product label for a list of tolerant plants, vegetables and fruits.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide can be used around roses and other ornamental plants and flowers, including sunflowers.
Hi-Yield 2, 4-D Selective Weed Killer does not list on the product label that it is safe for use around edibles, only in non-crop areas. The Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate is safe for use around edible vegetation and fruit trees as it does not persist in the soil and is approved for organic gardening. Be sure to not spray any of the plants you do not want to kill as it is non-selective and will kill anything to which it is applied.