Image Kills Crabgrass is a selective post-emergent herbicide. It kills crabgrass, chickweed, plantain, clover, and other labeled weeds and sedges by stunting the development of germination. It works quickly and will last all season long. The packets are easy to use and will get rid of tough, grassy weeds. Just dilute 1 packet in 1 gallon of water and apply using a sprayer. One packet will cover 500 square feet. For best results, use Image Kills Crabgrass on young weeds that are actively growing, and when no rainfall is expected within 24 hours of application. For newly seeded grass, application can be made after the second mowing.
For use in California: Biotypes of large and smooth crabgrass in California have shown varied response to this product. If control failure occurs following a full or split application, DO NOT reapply this product. Change to a herbicide with a different mode of action.
Fill a clean one gallon tank sprayer with 1/2 gallon of water and add one packet with agitation Finish filling the gallon sprayer with 1/2 gallon of water and continuous agitation One packet will made 1 gallon of solution and treats 500 sq. ft. If solution stands for extended period of time before spraying be sure to shake well again before spraying * See label for complete application instructions
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One packet diluted in water treats 500 sq. ft. The 3 packets in the box treats 1,500 sq. ft.
I decided to spray a square in the yard to see if the product really works. boy oh boy when I tell you that this stuff really works great. I am going to hold off so that I don't end up with a yard full of dead looking grass. weeds had completely taken over but not once this stuff was put down. I started seeing results in about 3 days.
-Used a one gallon sprayer that had plenty of room to shake up the dry mix and water. It killed new and existing crabgrass & the only reason I'm doing a second application is because of the crabgrass I missed.
The package indicates that it works to kill clover, which is the main reason I purchased it. I followed the directions letter by letter and my clover is doing just fine, unfortunately. I did spray it on some unwanted weed grasses as well, and it did start to kill them out. If using for clover, find another product.
I need a cost-effective way to kill Dallisgrass in Bermuda.
Image Kills Crabgrass 3 Pack is labeled to control Dallisgrass, but this product has been discontinued by the manufacturer. There are several products that will suppress Dallisgrass. When an herbicide lists that it will "suppress" a weed rather than "control" it, it just means that the research provided from testing did not kill a high enough percentage of the weed in one application to receive a "control" approval, which is usually higher than at least 80 percent. So usually it means you need multiple applications and/or other cultural or chemical treatments to completely eradicate the weed. Dallisgrass is a weed that is notoriously difficult to eradicate quickly once it is established. The best option, once it has emerged, is to either spot spray with something like Round Up Quick Pro and re-seed.
When applying Image Crabgrass Killer, do you saturate just the leaves of the CG or leaves and weed crown/root?
I don't want to over/under do it. Thanks.
When using Image Kills Crabgrass 3 Pack, you will spray the crabgrass leaves until they are wet. You should see results within 10-14 days. Make sure the treatments are done when the crabgrass is young and actively growing. The temperature should be above 70°F.
What is the best product for post emergent crabgrass control in a Bermuda yard?
There are various post emergents for crabgrass control. We would recommend Image Kills Crabgrass. It is labeled for various weeds and is safe for use in bermuda grass. There is also Bayer Advanced All-In-One Lawn Weed and Crabgrass Killer. This is also labeled for crabgrass as well as various other weeds and is safe for use in your bermuda lawn. These are both amazing products and would work wonderfully for your needs. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.