It is recommended not to mow within 2 days before or 2 days after applying SpeedZone Broadleaf Herbicide for Turf.
It is not necessary to use a surfactant when applying SpeedZone Broadleaf Herbicide for Turf and it actually says on the label that adding a surfactant could reduce the selectivity on the turfgrass. Please look at the label for application instructions.
While SpeedZone Red is labeled to control creeping beggarweed, it is not labeled for use on Floratam St. Augustine but is for Centipede.
Celsius WG is labeled for creeping beggarweed in Floratam and Centipedes grasses and when used as directed on the product label will do a great job helping you eliminate this pest weed
The rate of SpeedZone Broadleaf Herbicide for Turf - Gallon will vary depending on the grass type being treated. According to the product label when treating cool-season grass like Kentucky Bluegrass and Annual Ryegrass, etc. you will use 1.1- 1.8 fl oz of product per 1,000 sq ft area. When treating warm season grass like Bermuda, and Zoysiagrass you will use 0.75- 1.5 fl oz of product per 1,000 sq ft area.
Speedzone Red Herbicide does list Dicamba as one of the active ingredients on the label. The active ingredients are: carefen trazone-ethyl .62% 2, 4-D, 2 Ethylhexyl Ester 28.57% Mecoprop-p Acid 5.88% and dicamba acid 1.71%.
There was a recent name change on this product; it was called Speedzone Red and is now just Speedzone Herbicide with a red label. This product does contain 2,4-d and is used on Kentucky blue grass, perennial ryegrass, fescue, bentgrass, common bermuda grass and zoysiagrass.
SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate contains the same percentages of active ingredient as the larger SpeedZone Broadleaf Herbicide for Turf - Gallon. Only the product size is different.
You could potentially mix SpeedZone Herbicide with a quinclorac product to broaden the spectrum of weed control. Something to keep in mind, though, is that most quinclorac products require the addition of a methylated seed oil (MSO) surfactant to help cut through the waxy coating on the target plants for best results. Adding this kind of 2-way surfactant with SpeedZone could increase sensitivity on your desirable turfgrass. We recommend first performing a small jar test for compatability, and then treating a small area with this tank mix for tolerance before mixing a large batch and/or treating the entire area.
You will use 1 oz. of SpeedZone per gallon of water per 1000 sq. ft.
SpeedZone Herbicide is most effective when applied when temps are between 60-75 degrees. The temperaturess do not have to stay in that range after treated area has dried.
Do not broadcast apply Speedzone when air temperatures exceed 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Injury to desirable plants may occur and efficacy may also be impacted.
No, it is not necessary to use a surfactant when applying SpeedZone Broadleaf Herbicide for Turf. Application instructions do not change and it actually says on the label that adding a surfactant could reduce the selectivity on the turfgrass. Please look at the label for application instructions.
No, SpeedZone Broadleaf Herbicide for Turf - Gallon does not contain a surfactant. The product label does state that adding one may reduce the selectivity on the turfgrass.