Yes, Pendulum 2G is labeled for foxtail.
A pre-emergent herbicide such as Pendulum Aqua Cap would help with prevention but will not treat actively growing Japanese Stiltgrass. We would suggest a selective post-emergent such as Acclaim. Acclaim Extra is a selective post-emergence herbicide that controls annual and perennial grasses in turf including Japanese Stiltgrass. Please refer to product label for specific applications to your turfgrass.
Pendulum 2G Herbicide provides unbeatable overall preemergent control of troublesome weeds including crabgrass, goosegrass, oxalis, henbit, spurge and more. Pendulum 2G does not control existing weeds, rather it prevents new weeds from germinating and growing.
Yes, Pendulum 2G Herbicide is labeled for southern lawns, including buffalo grass. Pendulum 2G Herbicide provides unbeatable overall preemergent control of troublesome weeds including crabgrass, goosegrass, oxalis, henbit, spurge and more. Pendulum 2G does not control existing weeds, rather it prevents new weeds from germinating and growing.
Yes, Pendulum 2G Granular Herbicide can be applied to dormant lawns to prevent the listed weeds from germinating. It will not control anything already emerged and is more professional grade than Atrazine. For poa annua control it should be applied in the fall and then again early spring. We have a helpful guide here.
Pendulum 2G is not labeled for use around anything edible. We would recommend spraying away from the dripline of any fruit trees.
Pendulum 2G is not labeled to be used around anything edible. We do carry 2 products labeled for use in vegetable gardens: Monterey Ornamental & Vegetable Weeder and Hi-Yield Herbicide Granules.
To know how to apply Pendulum 2G with your Earthway Professional Broadcast Spreader (2050P), we would recommend for you to watch the following video, How to Calibrate Your Spreader. This video tutorial walks you through how to calibrate your spreader correctly if the setting for this particular spreader is not on the product label.
Since Pendulum 2G Granular Herbicide is a pre-emergent, you should not apply it to newly seeded, sodded, or plugged grass until the new grass is well established.
Since the label for Pendulum 2G does not indicate that it is safe to use on blue grama grasses, we cannot guarantee that this application would be safe. We recommend either testing a small area for tolerance first, or that you consult with a Master Gardener in your area for recommendations on what is safe to use on this plant.
Pendulum 2G Granular Herbicide does not kill anything, only prevents seeds from emerging in treated areas. It is labeled for puncturevine. You would use the rate listed on the product label for your turf type and program following, 75 - 150 lbs. per acre Please contact your local cooperative extension office to determine the correct timing of the application as this will vary greatly from region to region.
While these are both pre-emergent selective herbicides, the active ingredients are different and have some differences on where they can be applied. Casoron 4G uses the active ingredient Dichlobeni and Pendulum 2G Granular Herbicide usesthe active ingredient Pendimethalin. Pendulum 2G can be used for ornamental turf as Casaron 4G can not.
We apologize, but we do not have the exact setting used to apply Pendulum 2G for that model spreader. We would recommend for you to watch our spreader settings video to learn how to calibrate your spreader correctly depending on what product you are using.
Pendulum 2G Granular Herbicide is a pre-emergent herbicide only that will not kill anything that is already growing. There is not a good granular post emergent that could be used to treat what you are cutting. Liquids are best. Something like Thistledown would be a great option.
You can apply 75 - 100 lbs of Pendulum 2G Granular Herbicide per acre for burweed which would break down to .0017 - .0023 lbs per sq foot.
Yes, Pendulum 2G Herbicide is labeled for southern lawns, including buffalo grass. It is not a restricted product. You can order and have it shipped directly to you.
Pendulum 2G is a granular that has to be applied using a spreader and then watered in to activate the granules. Be sure to keep children and pets out of the area while the application is being performed. Once the granules have been watered in and have dried completely, children and pets can return to the area.
Yes, Pendulum 2G Granular Herbicide is a top pre-emergent product for Poa Annua (Annual Bluegrass). Fall applications should be applied when soil temperatures are below 70 degrees but before the first frost of the season. Spring applications should be applied as the weather warms but before soil temperatures reach 55 degrees.Depending on where you live and what your local climate is like, you could apply your spring treatment in February or March and your fall treatment in September or November.
Please review our How to Treat for Poa Annua Guide for more information.
It is recommended that you wait at least three months after applying Pendulum 2G Granular Herbicide to reseed or overseed your turfgrass. It is also recommended that you allow the turf to recover prior to making an application of the product. If you are treating new areas, you should wait until it is well established with at least three mowings.