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  • Asked by Paul from Savannah, Ga
    02/24/2017
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    What is the correct mix ratio of Solitare WSL for my backpack sprayer?
    I have centipede lawn in south Georgia. Please give me correct amount and how heavy do I soak the weed?
    A

    If you are applying to centipede grass, you will need to use 4-7.9 fl oz of Solitaire WSL per 1,000 sq ft depending on what type(s) of weeds you are targeting. Per the product label you will use the higher rate for harder-to-control weeds and dense weed populations.  The amount of water need to cover the area can vary.  The best thing to do is to mark off a 100 X 10 ft area and apply plain water (walking and spraying at your pace and that of your equipment). You will usually apply 1-2 gallons of water over a 1000 sq. ft. area, depending on density of your soil, grass, equipment, etc. The water is just the carrier of the product. Once the water dissipates, what will matter is the amount of product in that size area uniformly for an even coverage.  The label states to aim for the center of the weeds being treated and to "lightly spray."  You will want to get them wet but not dripping. 

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  • Asked by Joe from Cross Roads, Texas
    07/07/2016
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    What are the mixing instructions for Solitare WSL?
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    The use rate for Solitare WSL is 4 - 6.5 oz per 1000 sq. ft. for cool season grasses and 4 - 7.9 oz per 1000 sq. ft. for warm season grasses.  The exact rate will depend on the type of weed(s) you are treating.  Please consult the product label for the specific rates for your needs.

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  • Asked by Amado from Houston, Tx
    09/12/2016
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    How much Solitare WSL would I have to mix with 1-2 gallons of water?
    A

    You will disperse 4-7.9 fl oz of Solitaire WSL per 1,000 sq ft depending on what you are targeting. It will take about 1-2 gallons of water to cover 1,000 sq ft. We recommend that you fill your tank with water only and spray a 1,000 sq ft area to determine how much is needed for the area prior to application. Please refer to the product label for full mixing and applicaiton instruction prior to use.

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  • Asked by Jay from Houston Tx
    04/26/2017
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    Is Solitare WSL the best herbicide to use on my lawn to treat crabgrass and goosegrass?
    Located in Houston, Texas and both weeds have taken over my back yard
    A

    Solitare WSL is a great product to use for post emergent control a variety of weeds including crabgrass and goosegrass and labeled for both warm and cool season lawns. Depending on what type of lawn you have will determine the application rate needed. Please refer to page 3 of the product label for application rates. 

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  • Asked by Gerald from Greeley, Co
    04/27/2016
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    How much Solitare WSL do I mix per gallon of water to spot spray for weeds in buffalo grass?
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    Solitaire WSL is applied at 4-7.9 fl oz per 1,000 sq ft per the product label instructions for buffalograss. The amount of water will depend on how much is needed to cover the 1,000 sq ft. For instance, you will mark off a 100 X 10 ft area and apply plain water (walking and spraying at your pace and that of your equipment). You will usually apply 1-2 gallons of water depending on density of your soil, grass, equipment, etc. The water is just the carrier of the product. Once the water dissipates, what will matter is the amount of product in that size area uniformly for an even coverage. Please let us know if you need anything else.

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  • Asked by Rob from Toms River, Nj
    09/03/2016
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    Can I use Solitaire WSL if I plan to overseed? How long do I have to wait?
    Seeding existing turf
    A

    Treat with Solitare WSL Herbicide after the second mowing of reseeded, overseeded or sprigged areas to prevent inhibition of the establishment of desirable turfgrasses. Overseeding of bermudagrass with perennial ryegrass at two (2) to four (4) weeks after an application can be done if slight injury to perennial ryegrass can be tolerated.

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  • Asked by Loong from New Orleans, Louisiana
    06/30/2019
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    Can I use Solitare WSL to kill crabgrass in St. Augustine grass for post-emergent control?
    A

    Solitare WSL and other products containing quinclorac are not safe to use on St. Augustine turfgrass. For larger lawns, you can use MSM Turf Herbicide for crabgrass control, just be careful to apply at the listed low rates. You can also use Blindside or Atrazine, though more than one application may be required.

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  • Asked by Andre from Mandeville, La
    06/13/2018
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    Can I use Solitare WSL to eliminate torpedograss from my centipede grass?
    A

    Solitare Herbicide is labeled to suppress torpedograss in centipede lawns, but may not eradicate it completely.  Most of the herbicides on the market will only suppress the torpedograss for a short time. It is recommended to spot treat the torpedograss with a non-selective herbicide such as Round Up Quick Pro and then reseed in the treated areas.

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  • Asked by Peter from Locust Grove, Ga
    08/20/2017
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    How much of Solitare WSL do I need per gallon of water?
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    The amount of the Solitare WSL that you will need will vary depending on the desired turfgrass. There is a different rate for cool and warm season turfs. Please refer to the product label for specific instructions for your needs.

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  • Asked by Jeff from Prescott, Az
    05/31/2018
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    Will Solitare WSL kill tumbleweeds?
    A

    Solitare WSL is not labeled for tumbleweed (Russian Thistle). Please provide your desired turf and size area for an alternate recommendation.

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  • Asked by Julio from West Palm Beach, Fl
    07/24/2016
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    Will Solitare WSL work on St Augustine grass?
    A

    No, Solitare WSL should not be used on St. Augustine grass. 

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  • Asked by Shannon from Lafayette, In
    08/20/2018
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    What can I use for a variety of weeds in a fine fescue blend?
    I have a whole bunch of weeds, all different types (nut sedge, crabgrass, clover, dandelions, and so many more, many I've never seen before in a lawn), in my almost 1 year old fine fescue blend lawn. What is the best single product I can buy to kill the most amount of weeds?
    A

    A great post-emergent herbicide to use in cool season turfgrass for a variety of weeds is Solitare Herbicide. Solitare contains two active ingredients to target grassy weeds, sedges, and broadleaf weeds. You can refer to the product label for a complete list of target weeds. Keep in mind that many weeds are best controlled using a pre-emergent herbicide before the weed seeds germinate. Dimension 2EW is a great choice for crabgrass, dandelion, and many others.

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  • Asked by Dave from North Las Vegas, Nv
    11/06/2018
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    I have a large fruitless mulberry tree in my yard. Is Solitare WSL safe to use around the tree?
    A

    Solitare WSL should only be applied as directed on the lawn outside the dripline of the tree.

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  • Asked by Edward from Katy, Tx
    08/14/2016
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    Is Solitare WSL safe to use on St. Augustine grass?
    A

    Solitare WSL cannot be applied to St. Augustine grass.  If you can give us more information about the weed(s) you need to treat, we would be happy to find a product that would work for your needs. 

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  • Asked by Daniel from Higginsville
    07/27/2016
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    How much Solitaire WSL do I use per gallon of water when spot spraying ?
    A

    The exact amount of water you use is not important when using Solitare WSL. As long as the active ingredient is spread equally over the area. You will need to use .367 - .735 oz of product per 1,000 square feet. 

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  • Asked by Cliff from Edmond, Ok
    07/25/2018
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    I bought Solitare WSL. I am using a 5 gal back pack pump sprayer. How much of this product do I use for my lawn to kill crab grass and sedge? My lawn is bermuda and the outside temp is currently 91 degrees.
    A

    You will disperse 4-7.9 fl oz of Solitaire WSL? per 1,000 sq ft for crabgrass and sedge. It will take about 1-2 gallons of water to cover 1,000 sq ft. We recommend that you fill your tank with water only and spray a 1,000 sq ft area to determine how much is needed for the area prior to application. Please refer to the product label for full mixing and applicaiton instruction prior to use.  It's recommended to apply the product early in the morning or after the sun has started to set in the evening, to avoid applying it in the hottest part of the day and causing potential stress to your turfgrass.

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  • Asked by Josh from Mcminnville, Tn
    05/12/2019
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    Will Solitare kill crabgrass in Bermuda?
    A

    Yes, Solitare WSL is labeled for use in Bermuda to get rid of crabgrass.

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  • Asked by Nicole from Monroe
    10/04/2018
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    Can I use Solitare WSL on Emerald Zoysia?
    A

    Per the manufacturer, Solitare WSL is labeled for Zoysia Japonica.  Emerald Zoysia is a hybrid of Japonica and Matrella zoysia, which can be more prone to tip burn.  Before treating Emerald Zoysia, it’s recommended to do a patch test first.  Ensure the patch of your lawn you plan to treat is in healthy condition, use the lower rate, make only one pass, and do not add any surfactant.  If the treated patch shows no signs of stress, you can treat the rest of the lawn, following the same method you used for the patch test.

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