Negate 37WG Herbicide - Questions & Answers

Displaying 1 to 20 (of 62 questions)
Sort:
  • Asked by Ott from Katy, Tx
    02/20/2019
    Q
    How much Negate 37WG per gallon of water?
    A

    With Negate 37WG, it is necessary to mix the entire contents of the bottle into one gallon of water to create the correct suspended concentrate of the two active ingredients.  You will then take 3 ounces from that gallon of mixed solution and mix that into one gallon of water for spot treatments.  The original gallon you mixed the entire bottle into will be good for about a month.  

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    150 of 170 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Bob from Flower Mound, Tx
    01/03/2019
    Q
    When is the best time to apply Negate 37WG for poa annua in my Bermudagrass?
    Negate is now approved for Residential use (see below). I've got a lot of POA and other "bad growth" that is now green in my mostly dormant Bermuda (DFW market). We'll be in the 60's and dry in a few days after a lot of cold and rain. I've got a pull behind sprayer to cover my 1 acre. Is this a good time to apply Negate 37WG? What else should I know?
    A

    Yes, you can use Negate 37WG on your Bermudagrass now to control poa annua (annual bluegrass). You can apply to either dormant grass or when the grass is fully green, but you do not want to apply a post-emergent like this while the grass is in transition, such as during Spring green-up.

    Per the new supplemental label, for poa annua, you would use 1.5 oz per Acre. If you are treating an area smaller than 1 Acre, then the manufacturer recommends diluting the entire 1.5 oz bottle in a gallon of water first (not in your sprayer but in a separate container) since there are different sized prills in the concentrate. You would then use 3 oz of your mixed solution in at least 1 gallon of water per 1000 square feet. The remaining initial solution can be stored for 2-4 weeks, just be sure you agitate the solution before mixing and re-applying. You can reapply on your dormant turf after 4 weeks if the target weeds are still present.

    Be sure that you use a dedicated sprayer to apply this product or that you clean thoroughly the entire spray equipment before using other products in it. Please refer to the label for complete instructions.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    77 of 79 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Jim from Conyers, Ga
    02/26/2019
    Q
    How should I apply Negate 37WG? I only need to spot treat.
    A

    For spot treating, or for treating smaller areas, the manufacturer recommends diluting the entire 1.5 oz bottle of Negate 37WG in a gallon of water first (not in your sprayer but in a separate container) since there are different sized prills in the concentrate. You would then use 3 oz of your mixed solution in at least 1 gallon of water per 1000 square feet. The remaining initial solution can be stored for 2-4 weeks.  Just be sure you agitate the solution before mixing and re-applying. You can reapply on your dormant turf after 4 weeks if the target weeds are still present.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    38 of 45 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Rolando from El Paso, Tx
    01/30/2019
    Q
    Can I apply Negate 37WG now or wait till warmer temp? Currently High is low 60's and low is mid 30's.
    A

    Negate 37WG is best applied in temperatures above 55 degrees and when target weeds are actively growing and healthy.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    37 of 41 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Jason from Barnegat
    08/24/2018
    Q
    Can Negate 37WG be used on Kentucky Blue Grass?
    A

    Negate 37WG should not be applied to Kentucky Bluegrass turf. Negate 37WG is only labeled for application to warm season bermudagrass and zoyiagrass when used on residential lawns. Please provide the targeted weeds for additional recommendations that will best fit your needs.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    22 of 26 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Gene from Montgomery
    02/21/2020
    Q
    What is the coldest temp that you can spray Negate 37WG?
    A

    Negate 37WG should be applied when temperatures are between 65-85 degrees for best results and to prevent injury on your turf. 

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    18 of 21 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Michael from Snellville, Ga
    01/23/2020
    Q
    Should a surfactant be used with Negate 37WG? If so, how much do I use when mixing?
    A

    According to the Negate 37WG product label, the addition of a nonionic surfactant of at least 80?tive ingredient at 0.25 percent by volume (1 qt./100 gal) provides maximum performance, but may temporarily increase chlorosis of the turf. The Non-Ionic Surfactant for Herbicides would be a great option if you choose to utilize a surfactant. You would use 1 tablespoon per gallon of water or 1-2 quarts per 100 gallons of spray. 

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    16 of 19 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Devin from Atlanta, Ga
    01/03/2020
    Q
    Is Negate 37WG pet safe?
    I can't seem to find how long after spraying before the grass would be pet (dog) safe?
    A

    Once the areas treated with Negate 37WG are completely dry (timing can vary), it is pet safe.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    14 of 18 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by James
    07/25/2019
    Q
    Can Negate 37WG be used in an Ortho Dial and Spray?
    Can I use this product on my bermudagrass in an ortho dial n spray?
    A

    No, you cannot use smaller amounts of Negate 37 WG in a small sprayer such as a hose-end sprayer. This product is a wettable granule formulation with 2 active ingredients, and since the granules of both active ingredients are in the concentrate, you would not be able to mix a small amount less than the 1.5 oz bottle. If you are using this product over less than 1 Acre, then you need to dilute the entire 1.5 oz bottle in 1 gallon of water. You will then take 3 ounces from that gallon of mixed solution and mix that into one gallon of water for spot treatments. The original gallon you mixed the entire bottle into will be good for about a month.  

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    11 of 17 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by M from Temple, Tx
    01/19/2018
    Q
    Can Quali-Pro Neate 37WG be used on St Augustine grass?
    I spray residential and commercially. I have some commercial areas with St Augustine grass. Sod farms also grow St.Augustine.
    A

    Per the manufacturer, Quali-Pro Negate 37 WG is not for use on any type of St Augustine grass and only the listed tolerant turf species on the product label. If you would like to provide us with info on what you are treating for, we would be happy to try and find a product to meets your needs. 

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    11 of 11 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Jk
    10/01/2019
    Q
    Will Negate 37WG work on Turf Type Tall Fescue?
    Does negate work in TTTF to kill off Poa Annua and Poa Trivialis?
    A

    Negate 37WG can only only be used on bermudagrass and zoysiagrass turf.  It cannot be used on any cool season turf like tall fescue.  Acclaim is the only product we carry that can be used for poa trivialis in fescue.  There are few products that we are aware of that will kill the poa annua without also harming the fescue.  The only one we are currently aware of is called Prograss. Your other options would be to either spot-treat with a Roundup-type product and then reseed with the fescue in those areas, or you can use a preemergent in the fall to prevent the poa from growing in the first place

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    11 of 12 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Eric from Harvest
    04/04/2018
    Q
    What is the mix rate for Quali-Pro Negate 37WG if needing to treat 13,000 sq feet?
    A

    Quali-Pro Negate 37WG is not intended to be applied as a spot application in areas less than 1 acre. It is applied at 1.5 fl oz per acre and spray volumes of 20 to 80 gallons of water per acre. 

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    10 of 22 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Karl from Hueytown, Al
    01/21/2019
    Q
    Can Negate 37WG be used in a centipede lawn to control poa annua?
    A

    Negate 37WG is just for use in Bermudagrass and zoysiagrass as listed on the product labels. For post-emergent control of poa annua in Centipede turf, you can use Certainty Herbicide or Image Kills Nutsedge.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    8 of 10 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Ricardo from New Britain, Ct
    08/03/2019
    Q
    Will Negate 37WG harm my perennial grass while I'm trying to kill the poa annua?
    A

    Negate 37WG will harm perennial ryegrass as well as poa annua.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    6 of 6 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by James from Deatsville, Alabama
    01/11/2020
    Q
    Can Negate 37WG be used on dormant bermudagrass?
    I have poa annua and some fescue in my dormant Bermuda; will this kill it?
    A

    Yes, Negate 37WG can be used on dormant or growing turf as directed on the product label and is labeled for poa annua but would not be used for fescue in bermuda.  For both cool season grasses you can use Certainty.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    6 of 6 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Nicholas from La
    03/15/2019
    Q
    Is Negate 37WG safe for St Augustine grass?
    A

    Per the manufacturer, Quali-Pro Negate 37 WG is not for use on any type of St Augustine grass and only the listed tolerant turf species on the product label. If you would like to provide us with info on what you are treating for, we would be happy to try and find a product to meets your needs. 

     

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    5 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Zack
    03/28/2019
    Q
    Will Negate 37WG eliminate fescue in a zoysia lawn?
    A

    Negate 37WG is not labeled to control fescue.  You can use a selective product like Image Kills Nutsedge or Certainty which are labeled to control tall fescue and safe for zoysiagrass.  

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    5 of 9 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Thomas from Tulsa
    05/12/2019
    Q
    Will Negate 37WG work on nutsedge?
    A

    Negate 37WG is not labeled for nutsedge.  

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    4 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Dean from Spring Grove
    08/11/2017
    Q
    Why is Quali-Pro Negate 37WG not for use on residential lawns?
    A

    The manufacturer of Quali-Pro Negate 37WG states it can only be applied to the following: Golf Courses, Sod Farms, College & professional Sports Fields, Industrial & Commercial Lawns and other Non-Residential Areas.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    4 of 30 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Paul from Las Vegas, Nv
    03/30/2020
    Q
    How long after applying should I wait to overseed my established Bermuda lawn?
    A
    According to the label, you can overseed 28 days after applying Negate 37WG.
    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    4 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
Displaying 1 to 20 (of 62 questions)