Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Raymond from Covington .georgia
    05/29/2015
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    If I apply Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules to my garden, should I till the product under or leave it on the surface
    A
    According to the Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules label, you will apply the product directly to the soil surface at the rate of 1 oz. per 10 sq. ft. The listed plants should be at least 2 to 3 inches high.
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  • Asked by Michael from Carrollton
    10/11/2016
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    Can you use Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules in your existing lawn without killing your regular grass?
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    Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules is labeled to be used around flowers, trees, shrubs, and listed vegetables. It will prevent grasses from growing in the areas, so we would not recommend this for your regular lawn. 

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  • Asked by Thomas from Coushatta, La.
    08/05/2014
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    Will Herbicide Granules kill weeds 1 to3 inches tall that have already started to grow,
    Areas in my garden that was weed free now have weeds 1 to 3 inches tall. Will this product kill them and prevent more from growing ? Or do I have to get the area week free again prior to using this?
    A
    Since Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules does not kill weeds but prevents them, you must first remove existing weeds. If this is a vegetable garden please refer to the Hi Yield Herbicide Granules Label to make sure it it permitted to be used on your specific vegetables. For the existing weeds, it is recommended that you use a product such as Roundup Lawn and Garden Concentrate Plus. Roundup Lawn and Garden Concentrate Plus will kill only the weeds you apply it to without transfering through the soil. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
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  • Asked by Elohim from Jackson, Tn
    05/10/2013
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    Is it safe to use in tilled soil for hemerocallis/tetraploid day lilies, new $100 dollar plants arriving daily.
    20 X 20 ft bed, tilled multible times. planting breeding stock every 30 inches. Do not want to kill any wirh herbicise.
    A
    We want to make sure that your daylilies are unharmed and recommend contacting the manufacturer just to verify Hi Yield Herbicide will not harm them. Here is the phone number for VPG 888-583-5296
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  • Asked by Robert from Hebron, In
    06/19/2019
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    Can Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules be used on sweet corn?
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    Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules is not labled for use on corn. Opti Amine 2,4-D Amine Herbicide may be applied over top of corn to control labeled weeds.

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  • Asked by Mike from Fredericksburg, Texas
    04/12/2017
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    Can I use Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules in a pond or will it kill my fish?
    I have some weeds in my pond internet says I can use 2 4 D granules. I don't know how much I could use so I don't kill my fish.
    A

    We would not recommend Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules for use around ponds or water sources. We would recommend using a product such as Diquat Water Weed and Landscape Herbicide which would be safe for you aquatic life in your pond. 

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  • Asked by M from Mcdonough, Ga
    05/17/2018
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    Can you use Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules near hostas or knockout roses?
    A

    Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules is safe to apply around Hosta's and Knockout Roses when applied per label. 

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  • Asked by Tomi from Lincolnton, Ga
    05/26/2016
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    Can we use Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules in the yard where chickens are?
    If not how long do we need to keep chickens up to be safe.
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    You should keep chickens or any other animals out of the area when you are applying Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules or most other insecticides. It is safe for animals to re-enter the area after the granules have been watered in and the application is dry.

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  • Asked by Johnson
    08/23/2019
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    Can I plant mustard greens after applying Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules ?
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    It is recommended that you wait at least 10 weeks before planting vegetables/gardens after applying Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules. 

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  • Asked by Mike from Shallowater, Tx
    04/01/2016
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    How long after applying Hi Yield Herbicide Granules can garden seeds be planted?
    Vegetable garden with transplant and seed planting.
    A

    It is recommended that you wait at least 10 weeks before planting vegetables/gardens after applying Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules. 

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  • Asked by Brandon from Stevenson Al
    07/28/2019
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    Will Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules kill chufa?
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    Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules is not labeled for chufa.

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  • Asked by Head from Charleston, Sc
    09/06/2016
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    Will Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules prevent or kill spurge and crabgrass?
    A

    Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules is labeled for crabgrass however, it is not labeled for spurge. As long as you do not have St Augustine grass you could use a product like Image Kills Crabgrass which is labeled for both crabgrass and spurge. 

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  • Asked by Johnny from Matthews Ga
    05/02/2019
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    Can Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules be used on cucumbers?
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    Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules is not labeled to be used on cucumbers.

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  • Asked by Sam from Wiggins
    01/20/2016
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    Can I apply Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules where potatoes are grown?
    A

    Yes, you can apply Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules after transplanting Irish potatoes, per the product label.

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