Resolute 4FL Herbicide is for selective pre-emergent control of grass and broadleef weeds that are in established turfgrasses (not including golf putting greens), sod nurseries and lawns; field-grown, landscape and container ornamentals; established wildflower and perennial plantings; and christmas tree farms. It stops weeds from continuing to grow and stops newly germinated weeds. A spray colorant may be used with this product to minimize overlaps.
Do not graze or feed livestock from areas treated with Resolute 4FL.
Do not blend Resolute 4FL onto dry fertilizer or any other granular material.
Do not use through an irrigation system.
Do not apply to putting greens on golf courses.
Mixing Resolute 4FL alone: Must be mixed thoroughly in a spray tank to ensure even application. Fill spray tank 1/4 full with clean water. Start agitation and add Resolute 4FL. Maintain agitation before and during application. A spray colorant may be used to mark areas as they are treated. This will improve by minimizing overlaps.
Tank mixing: can be mixed with other registered herbicides to provide greater control of weeds. Before mixing with pesticides, test by mixing products in a small container first.
Apply Resolute 4FL in a minimum of 20 gallons/A (0.5 gal/1000 sq ft) of carrier (water and/or fluid furtilizer) using a low pressure sprayer with 50 mesh or coarser screens. A broadcast boom or handheld wand designed for herbicide or insecticide will produce best results.
Refer to product chart on label for specific amounts to use and specific order for tank mixing.
For turf applications, refer to chart on label for annual use rates.
What setting on a hose-end sprayer do I use to apply Resolute 4FL Herbicide?
I know you don't recommend a hose end sprayer, but if I use one, I need instructions on what setting to set a hose end sprayer for this product please. I'm spraying a residential yard.
Depending on the type of turfgrass you are treating and the desired length of control, you will use 0.23 - 1.1 oz of Resolute 4FL Herbicide per 1,000 square feet, per the product label. When using herbicides, it is most important to use the correct amount of product for the area you are treating and to think of the water as a carrier, rather than aiming for a particular rate per gallon of water. You will need first to calculate how much product you need for the type of grass, size area, and desired length of weed control. Then you can calibrate your hose-end sprayer using just water to determine how many gallons of water you need to treat the entire area. Keep in mind that you will need to activate the product with 0.5 in of rainfall or irrigation within 14 days of application.