Tenacity Herbicide is not restricted in the state of New York.
The product label states that Bermuda grass is sensitive to
No, Tenacity Herbicide will not eliminate ryegrass.
According to the manufacturer, it is not advised to apply more than the recommended amount of the non-ionic surfactant. We advise you to use the ratio recommended on the product label.
We recommend using a
Tenacity Herbicide can be applied at the time of seeding for all grass types except fine fescue.
As long as both products do not contain the same active ingredient, and both have labels that allow tank mixing in general. Per the Drive label: The most restrictive labeling applies with any tank mix. To increase spectrum of control of broadleaf and other weeds, Drive XLR8 may be tank mixed with 2,4-D, Triclopyr, and other broadleaf herbicides. Make sure to do a tank mix test first for any clumping or discoloring before applying to the lawn. Also, be sure both products can be used on the treatment area safely.
There should be no issues applying Tenacity around the same time as a fertilizer as long the label on the fertilizer does not state that it cannot be used with herbicides.
If you are doing a full lawn renovation and wanting to kill existing plants before sodding, then we would recommend using a non-selective herbicide to clear the area before planting. You could use a product like RoundUp QuikPro for this application. Then after any existing plants have died and the lawn is prepared, you could put down your sod. We would suggest applying Tenacity after the sod is down as a pre-emergent (or post-emergent as needed) as long as the turf is one that is listed as tolerable on the product label. Keep in mind that the best time to use Tenacity for bentgrass will be in late Summer/early Fall.
It is not recommended to apply an insecticide within 7 days of applying
Yes, Tenacity can be used to kill wild violet in fescue grass.