Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Sunny from Augusta, Ga
    06/30/2018
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    Can I use Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate in 90+ degree weather?
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    It is recommenced to apply Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate in the early morning hours or late evening hours when the temperatures are below 85 degrees Fahrenheit. It is fine that the temperatures will be warmer in the day because it will likely dry before the temperatures get that high. 

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    231 of 245 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Deidre from Charleston, Sc
    06/13/2017
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    Can I water Image in immediately after application, or should I wait the 1-7 days after application?
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    Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate states on the label: water in within 1-7 days after application to wash the IMAGE into the root zone where the greatest weed control activity occurs.  You can water in right after application or wait for any rain in the next 7 days, you just want to make the water receives water within that time.

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  • Asked by Steve from Raleigh, Nc
    07/15/2018
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    How long after applying Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate can my dog safely return to the area?
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    Pets can safely return to an area that has been treated with Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate once everything has dried, usually 1-2 hours.  

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    130 of 137 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Nancy from Weatherford, Tx
    03/26/2018
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    Should you use a surfacent when applying Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate?
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    A surfactant is not required when applying Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate 

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    129 of 133 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Naoki from Cypress Tx
    03/24/2014
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    Can I, or cant I use Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate on St. Augustine grass?
    The label indicates that this product is safe for St. Augustine grass but there is a response in the questions section that suggest that this is not suitable.
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    Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate can be used on St. augustine grass per product label. The manufacturer states that Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate can be applied to established St. Augustine Grass not to Floratam.
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    93 of 110 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Jerry from Sylacauga, Al
    07/18/2017
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    How long before it rains should Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate be applied?
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    Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate should be applied at least 24 hours before you are expecting any rain.  

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    81 of 90 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Cr from Columbia, Sc
    02/18/2017
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    Should Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate be used in February on bermudagrass to control poa annua?
    Grass is dormant and poa is starting to peek through.
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    Yes, Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate can be used in your bermudagrass to control poa annua. The mixing rate is 2.5 fl oz in a gallon of water if you are doing a spot treatment. If you are treating a larger area, you will use 0.8 fl oz in a gallon of water. This will cover 200 square feet.

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    75 of 86 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Ron from Prairieville, La
    07/21/2017
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    How long should I wait to apply Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate after rainfall?
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    You do not need to wait to apply Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate after a rain. 

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    64 of 71 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by David from Tx Dallas
    02/21/2014
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    I want to useImage Kills Nutsedge in Dallas,TX. When is the best time to use it, can I use it now?
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    Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate can be applied if temperatures are 60 degrees or more consequetively, the labeled weeds are actively growing, and you do not have St. Augustine grass. Water-in at a rate of 1/2 inch within 1 to 7 days to wash Image into the root zone. Please be sure to consult the product label for application.
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    63 of 82 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Jeffrey from Suffolk, Virginia
    06/15/2014
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    Will this product kill the tall fescue growing in small areas within my bermuda grass lawn?
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    Yes, this product is labeled to kill tall fescue grass is bermuda grass.
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    60 of 74 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Beth from Snellville, Ga
    01/13/2016
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    Can I spray Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate on the winter weeds of my bermudagrass in January?
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    Image Kills Nutsedge should not be applied for winter control of weeds on dormant turf including Bermuda per the product label. Our most popular general weed control product that is selective - meaning it will not harm your turf grass, but it will kill your broadleaf weeds - is End Run. End Run is labeled for just about any weed you could have and will not harm your grass. Best of all, it comes with a surfactant already mixed in the product so you do not have to purchase and mix a surfactant separately like you do with most of the other herbicides that we sell. It is labeled for dormant turgrasses, too.

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    49 of 68 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Carole from Dawson, Ga
    09/19/2016
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    What are the effects of Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate on Asian Jasmine and English Ivy?
    I have grass and weeds growing throughout my Asian Jasmine and English Ivy (both ground cover plants) beds. Image was suggested to kill the grass and weeds, but what will it do to the jasmine and ivy?
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    Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate is labeled to take care safely of the grasses and weeds in your oriental Jasmine and Ivy groundcover. It would not harm them when used in them per the product label

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    47 of 53 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Lucy from Columbia, Sc
    02/24/2017
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    Can I use Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate on dormant Zoysia grass?
    I live in SC but the temperature is above 70 degrees and the poa annua weed and other weeds are already spreading.
    A

    Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate can safely be applied to dormant Zoysia.

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  • Asked by Michelle
    04/13/2018
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    I sprayed Image Kills Nutsedge where I want to plant my vegetables, can I neutralize this to plant safely?
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    Unfortunately, there is not a way to neutralize Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate. You would have to remove all of the treated soil and bring in new untreated soil there in order to plant any edibles. Most manufacturers who sell nutsedge control products will tell you that you would not want to replant anything there for 1-3 years. 

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  • Asked by Richard from Texarkana, Texas
    06/01/2016
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    Can I mix Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate with 2,4-D?
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    As long as the product label for the other product you are applying does not prohibit mixing with other herbicides, then it should be fine to apply 2,4-D and Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate. Just be sure to follow the more restrictive instructions and the proper dilution rates for each product. It will be best to treat in the morning when plants are less stressed. Be sure only to use these products on desirable turf that is otherwise healthy to avoid injury. If you have not used these products on the turf together before, then you may want to test a small area before making broadcast applications to test turf tolerance.

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  • Asked by Steve from Pelham, Al
    03/05/2019
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    Will Image Kills Nutsedge get rid of poa annua?
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    Yes, Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate can be used in well-established warm-season lawns, turf-grasses, and selected ornamental plants to control poa annua. The mixing rate is 2.5 fl oz in a gallon of water if you are doing a spot treatment. If you are treating a larger area, you will use 0.8 fl oz in a gallon of water. This will cover 200 square feet.

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    31 of 34 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Jake from Madison, Ms
    02/20/2018
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    Can I use Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate on my Bermuda grass if it is about to come out from being dormant?
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    Yes, you can use Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate.  It will not harm Bermuda grass if used as directed on the label.  

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    30 of 33 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Randy from Cape Coral, Fl
    03/14/2016
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    What can I use to kill bahia and wild grasses in my Floratam St. Augustine turf?
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    Image Kills Nutsedge is the only product we have listed for controlling bahiagrass and it is safe for other species of St. Augustine.  Floratam is not listed on the label, but there are also no precautions against using on it.  We would warn that while it should not kill your grass, it may hurt and discolor it for a time.

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    27 of 30 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by John from Sarasota, Fl
    04/05/2014
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    I live in Florida, can I use Image Kills Nutsedge on my St Augustine grass in April?
    The temps are in the upper 70s and lower 80s.
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    Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate can be applied to established St. Augustine lawns if applied as directed on the product label. It can be applied when temperatures are above 60 degrees or more consequetively.
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    24 of 28 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Arnold from Conyers
    03/12/2019
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    Can I use Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate to kill poa annua now?
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    Yes, Image Kills Nutsedge Concentrate can be used to control poa annua. The mixing rate is 2.5 fl oz in a gallon of water if you are doing a spot treatment. If you are treating a larger area, you will use 0.8 fl oz in a gallon of water. This will cover 200 square feet.

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