Southern Ag Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec is a unique patented formulation of 2,4D, Dicamba, and Mecocrop to control a variety of broadleaf weeds in your lawn. The formulation has lower levels of 2,4D to provide desirable results when used in sensitive grasses such as buffalograss, St. Augustine, and bentgrass. Use Southern Ag Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec when weeds are tender and young for optimal results. Can be applied with standard or hose end sprayers.
Irrigate the lawn 2 or 3 days prior to spraying. Do not spray lawns under drought conditions.
Do not water for 24 hours after treatment.
To avoid damage do not apply to St. Augustine or centipede grasses while emerging from winter dormancy. Damage may also occur on these grasses if temperatures drop below 45F within 72 hours of application.
used a very small amount on some troublesome weeds that i sprayed multiple times with spectracide and ortho etc. those products had no effect. this product has that weed turned yellow now after 10 days. i may have to do a second application on some well entrenched crab grass.
I purchased the weed killer to rid my lawn of chickweed. Mixed 1 oz to 1 gallon as instructed and sprayed over one corner of the yard to see the effect of the solution. I have seen no effect whatsoever. It has been raining so I have not been able to spray a second time as mentioned in the product reviews. I will spray again as soon as I can and see if a second or third spray will make a difference. As I said, at this time there is no difference between the sprayed and unsprayed sections of the lawn.
Will Southern Ag Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec kill my white and purple clover?
I don't want to kill the clovers but I do want to kill Dandelions. What would you recommend? Thank you.
The Southern Ag Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec is labeled to kill both dandelions and clover. We have heard of using a 2,4-D product such as the Hi-Yield at lower than recommended rates and spot spraying the dandelions only. There is still the potential to harm or stunt the clover but other than manually removing the dandelion there is not a broadleaf herbicide that may not also kill the clover.
Will Southern Ag control or limit Torpedo grass without hurting Centipede grass?
I used last year during the early summer and appears to have killed areas of my Centipede. How can I control or eliminate Torpedo grass?
Southern Ag Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec is not labeled for torpedo-grass and the product label does warn that it can be damaging to centipede grass. Most of the herbicides will only suppress the torpedograss for a short time. It is recommended to spot treat the torpedo grass with a non-selective herbicide such as Round Up Quick Pro and then reseed or sod in the treated areas.