SedgeHammer Herbicide - 1.33 oz. bottle - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Abel from Porterville
    05/28/2018
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    Using the scooper provided with the SedgeHammer Herbicide 1.33 ounce bottle, how many scoops per 2 gallon sprayer?
    A

    You will need 1 scoop of SedgeHammer Herbicide per gallon of water.  Please refer to the product label for complete application instructions.  

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    63 of 67 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Alcide from Loudon, Tn
    07/27/2015
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    What is the capacity of the spoon that comes with Sedgehammer Herbicide?
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    Sedgehammer (1.33 oz bottle) comes with a measuring spoon. Each level spoon (0.9 g) of product is mixed to one gallon of water and 2 tsp of Non-Ionic Surfactant per gallon of water. Please refer to the product label for complete application instructions.

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    30 of 38 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by John from Sarasota, Fl
    03/13/2018
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    What product do I use for nutsedge control in my bahia grass pastures?
    I have 15 acres and need an herbicide to kill off the nutsedge in FL?
    A

    You could apply Sedgehammer as long as the pasture is not used for grazing. Each 1.33 fl oz bottle will treat an acre.

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    17 of 21 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Linda from North Augusta
    06/21/2018
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    I have SedgeHammer with the little spoon. Do I add 1 or 2 gallons of water?
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    You will use 1 scoop/spoon of SedgeHammer in up to 2 gallons of water per 1000 sq. ft.  Water is only the carrier, so you will use whatever amount necessary to adequately disperse the product over that 1000 sq. ft. area.  

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    13 of 15 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Greg from Winter Springs, Florida
    09/27/2012
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    Can sedgehammer be used on St. Augustine or floratam grass?
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    Sedgehammer is labeled to be used on St Augustine grass. Be sure to read the Sedgehammer product label for the complete usage instructions.
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    7 of 10 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Judi from Alexandria, Ky
    06/14/2018
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    How many gallons will one bottle of sedge hammer 1.33 oz make?
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    Sedge Hammer in the 1.33 oz. bottle will make about 40 gallons worth of concentrate. 

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    7 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Adan from Las Cruces, Nm
    01/08/2019
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    How much SedgeHammer Herbicide needed for 100 gallons of water?
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    The 1.33 oz bottle of SedgeHammer Herbicide will yield about 40 gallons of finished solution. You would need 2½ bottles to make 100 gallons of finished solution.  Keep in mind that the SedgeHammer in the 1.33 oz. bottle requires the use of a surfactant for best results. 

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    7 of 9 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Jeff from Forsyth, Ga
    10/29/2022
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    What is the best time to apply SedgeHammer Herbicide for pre-emergent control?
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    SedgeHammer Herbicide is a post emergent herbcide for actively growing nutsedge only. This will not work as a pre-emergent to prevent nutsedge from germinating. Unfortunately, there is not a pre-emergent labeled for nutsedge. Please be sure to read our Nutsedge Weed Guide for more information. 

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    6 of 6 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Sam from Dover De
    04/20/2019
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    How many scoops do I use with the 1.33 oz Sedghammer Herbicide? Is it 1 scoop per gallon of water?
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    You will use one scoop of SedgeHammer Herbicide plus a Non-Ionic Surfactant in 1-2 gallons of water to treat 1000 square feet. 

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    6 of 10 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Nancy from Oregon City, Or
    08/19/2015
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    Will Sedgehammer Herbicide kill rhizonous weeds like horsetail and bulbous weeds (like arum italicum)?
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    Sedgehammer Herbicide will control young horsetail under 6 inches or suppress horsetail over 6 inches. Please see pages 2-3 product label for complete instructions. We do not have any products that are labeled for arum italicum because it is a newer invasive species. You can use a non-selective herbicide such as RoundUp QuikPro for this plant.

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    5 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Terence
    03/25/2021
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    Can Sedgehammer be mixed with Tenacity?
    Can this be mixed with tenacity, so tenacity acts as a preemergent for nutsedge?
    A

    Tenacity is not a pre emergent for nutsedge, it is a post emergent for nutsedge. You would use either the Sedgehammer or the Tenacity to kill existing sedges in your yard, but you would not mix the two. In general, there are not pre emergents for nutsedge due to its root system and how it grows. You can only treat it with a post emergent product as it comes up. One product that makes the claim it can prevent yellow nutsedge only is Pennant Magnum, however many do not purchase it due to its size and price often being far too much for most homeowners needs. 

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  • Asked by Freddy from Statenville, Ga
    06/23/2019
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    What is the Sedgehammer rate per acre?
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    The 1.33 oz bottle of SedgeHammer Herbicide should be applied with a surfactant and will cover up to an acre of treated area. 

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    3 of 6 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Frank from Lakeland, Fl
    06/11/2021
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    Can SedgeHammer Herbicide and Quinclorac be tank mixed together?
    Fired lawn care company and I'm trying to control nutsedge and crabgrass that have invaded my zoysia lawn. Is it ok to tank mix Sedgehammer and Quinclorac together in a 2 gallon sprayer for broadcast spraying? If not, how long do I have to wait after I have spray Quinclorac to spray Sedgehammer?
    A

    Yes, you can tank-mix SedgeHammer Herbicide with Quinclorac, just follow the compatibility instructions on the label to do a jar test first.
    Please make sure to refer to all product labels prior to application. 

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  • Asked by V from 76208
    05/25/2021
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    Once open, how long is the Sedgehammer product effective to use from the 1.33 oz bottle?
    A

    Sedgehammer Herbicide
     has a shelf life of 3-5 years.

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  • Asked by Brett from Benton, Ks
    03/08/2021
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    Can I use SedgeHammer in early spring when the Nutsedge is still green but not growing?
    A
     SedgeHammer Herbicide is better when applied when the Nutsedge is actively growing for better results.
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  • Asked by Britt from Holly Springs, Nc
    05/28/2021
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    Can SedgeHammer be used on Centipede grass?
    A

    Yes, SedgeHammer can be used Centipede grass.

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  • Asked by Brad from Ft Worth, Texas
    06/27/2021
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    Can I apply SedgeHammer via 20:1 hose end sprayer to celebration Bermuda without damage?
    Purple nutsedge is littered throughout my Bermuda.
    A
    We would not advise to spray SedgeHammer Herbicide - 1.33 oz. bottle via a hose end sprayer. 
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  • Asked by Carl from Marietta, Ga
    07/29/2021
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    Will SedgeHammer Herbicide kill goose grass?
    A

    SedgeHammer Herbicide is not labeled to control goosegrass. It can be applied to established listed turfgrass for targeting nutsedge and kyllinga and other listed weeds.

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  • Asked by Hunter from Alabama
    05/24/2021
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    Is SedgeHammer Herbicide safe for centipede grass?
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    Yes, SedgeHammer Herbicide - 1.33 oz. bottle is safe to use on centipede as directed on the product label.

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  • Asked by Ryan from Seymour
    05/10/2021
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    What is the right amount of SedgeHammer Herbicide to use in a 2 gallon pump sprayer?
    I have the small spoon that comes with it.
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    You will need 1 scoop of SedgeHammer Herbicide per gallon of water.  Please refer to the product label for complete application instructions.  

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