Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide is only labeled to control grassy weeds. If it is mixed higher than the labeled rate it could harm other types but only time will tell if they recover from the application.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide is a grass killer that is labeled to kill annual and perennial grasses in and around vegetables, gardens, trees, shrubs, ornamentals and ground covers. It is not labeled for use on lawns. Additionally, it is not labeled to treat for Japanese stiltgrass.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide is a grass killer than can harm the centipede lawn so would not be recommended to be used on it, nor is is labeled as safe to apply around pecan trees.
Hi-Yield Grass Killer Post-Emergent Herbicide is not labeled to be used in lawns, nor is it labeled for torpedo grass. Solitare Herbicide is labeled to suppress torpedo grass in centipede lawns, but may not eradicate it completely. Most of the herbicides on the market will only suppress the torpedo grass 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.
The Hi Yield Grass Killer is designed to be mixed with a surfactant and you cannot normally get an accurate dilution rate when you mix the two together in a hose end sprayer. It would be best to use a tank sprayer for it if you can. Otherwise, you will need to make sure your hose end sprayer has a dial to correctly select the amount of product to pull per gallon of water.