Image Kills Nutsedge Ready to Spray

Image Kills Nutsedge Ready to Spray

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Product Overview

Image Kills Nutsedge is a selective, post-emergent herbicide that can be used on southern turf grass and selected ornamentals. It can be applied year-round. Its patented one-of-a-kind formula works by inhibiting the weeds' process of photosynthesis, which essentially starves them to death. Growth inhibition begins within a few hours of application, with yellowing occurring 1-2 weeks later. Full results are seen within 3-5 weeks. If necessary, a second application can be made after 6 weeks. Image Kills Nutsedge targets tough southern weeds including purple and yellow nutsedge, henbit, crabgrass, dollarweed, and dandelion. For established lawns only. Not for use on cool season grasses.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient 3-Quinolinecarboxylic acid, 2-(4,5-dihydro-4-methyl-4-(1-methylethyl)-5-oxo-1H-imidazol-2-yl)-, monoammonium salt 3.3%
Target pests Yellow & Purple Nutsedge or Nutgrass, Bahiagrass, Black medic, Bluegrass, Clover, Crabgrass, Chickweed, Dandelion, Henbit, Ryegrass, Wild Onion, Wild Garlic and others
* See label for complete list
For use in Bermudagrass, Buffalograss, Centipedegrass, St. Augustinegrass, Zoysiagrass and selected landscape ornamentals
* See label for complete list
Application Put Control Lever in the OFF position and shake well then attach to hose
*Turn water on and aim nozzle toward lawn and turn control lever to ON to begin spraying
*The product will automatically siphon and mix the water
*Water-in at a rate of 1/2 inch within 1 to 7 days to wash Image into the root zone where the greatest weed control activity occurs
*A second application can be made in 6 weeks
*When finished, turn control lever to OFF position and turn faucet off
*Discharge residual water pressure by turning control lever On and OFF again
Pet safe Yes, when used as directed on label
Coverage Area Treats 8,000 sq. ft.
Shipping Weight 2.34 lbs
Manufacturer Ambrands (Mfg. Number: 100502676)
UPC 813576006006
EPA Registration 73342-4


Dos and Don'ts for Image Kills Nutsedge:

  • DO read the complete label and follow all directions carefully.
  • DO use on established Bermuda, Centipede, St. Augustinegrass (except for winter control) and Zoysia turfgrasses.
  • DO use IMAGE Kills Nutsedge to control weeds like Purple and Yellow Nutsedge, Wild Onion and Garlic, Dollarweed, Field Sandbur and others (see label for complete list).
  • DO apply to emerged Wild Onion and Garlic.
  • DO mow Wild Onion and Garlic 1 to 2 weeks after treatment to improve control and lawn appearance.
  • DO expect to see gradual control of treated weeds. Weeds will slowly disappear 3 to 4 weeks after spraying.
  • DO expect to see temporary discoloration or slowed growth of weeds, which is an indication that IMAGE Herbicide is working to control weeds.
  • DO enjoy the control of tough southern weeds without ugly brown out.
  • Do water in 1 to 7 days after application.
  • DON'T apply around shrubs or perennials not specifically listed on the label as tolerant ornamentals.
  • DON'T apply around annual bedding plants or in vegetable gardens.
  • DON'T apply to newly planted or sodded lawns.
  • DON'T reseed or winter overseed turfgrasses for 1½ months after treatment.
  • DON'T use on St. Augustinegrass for winter control.
  • DON'T overlap when spraying.
  • DON'T mow within 48 hours after application.
  • DON'T use on cool season grasses.
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    Goodbye Dollarweed (Pennywort)!

    By Jarrod on 06/01/2020

    Thanks to the excellent customer service I received from DoMyOwn via their live chat, I was recommended Image Kills Nutsedge Ready to Spray a try as a solution to getting rid of the dollarweed that was taking over my backyard (zoysia). After using the product as directed, I started seeing signs within the first couple of days that it was beginning to work, and now, after 3 weeks of using it the first time, the dollarweed is nearly completely gone. Very impressed by this product, the results I've experienced, and the customer service I received during my first-ever visit to!

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Questions & Answers

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Will Image Kills Nutsedge harm creeping jenny and dwarf mondo grass?

Image Kills Nutsedge can be used on mondograss to control listed weeds, however the product label does not list creeping jenny as tolerant. We would not recommend spraying this product on the creeping jenny ground cover. If you would like to tell us what weeds you are targeting, then we may be able to better assist in selective an appropriate product.

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Can Image Kills Nutsedge Ready to Spray be applied at any temperature?

Image Kills Nutsedge Ready to Spray works best when applied when temps are between 65-75 degrees.

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I have Nutsedge growing in my Asian Jasmine Bed. If I spray it with Image will it hurt my Asian Jasmine?
Image Kills Nutsedge Ready to Spray is labeled to be applied on and will not kill Asiatic Jasmine also know as Asian Jasmine.

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Does Image for nutsedge have an expiration date?
Image Kills Nutsedge Ready to Spray if stored in a cool dry area will last for 2 years.

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Can I use Image Kills Nutsedge Ready to Spray on an established centipede lawn?

I have wild onion or garlic in my established centipede lawn. I live in the Athens, Georgia area. The centipede will not green up until early May.

Image Kills Nutsedge Ready to Spray can be applied to established centipede lawns. Per the product label, you should time applications to follow the first killing frost. It can be applied prior to or soon after the emergence of the listed weeds with the exception of wild onion and wild garlic which must be emerged at the time of application. It also may require more than one application.

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