After further information from the manufacturer they have verified that to making a pre-remergent application with Tenacity you will need to apply a post emergent application once you detect germination of the weed itself. Syngenta
If you have already seeded, then you do not want to apply Tenacity Herbicide to the newly seeded turf until is has been mowed two times or four weeks after emergence (whichever is longer) before making a postemergence application.
Since Tenacity is an effective herbicide for weed control prior to or during seeding of certain turfgrasses during turf renovation and the water is only acting as the carrier for the solution to get into the weeds, you should be ok to reseed if you are happy with the results. For post emergent applications, you will need to wait for the turf to be established after 2 mowings to reapply.
Tenacity Herbicide would be a great product to use to treat for nimbleweed and can safely be used in fescue and other cool season grasses.
The amount of Tenacity Herbicide that is used is based on the amount of area you are treating. With herbicides, the amount of water is not as important as the amount of water that is being used. The rate we would recommend using is 5 fl oz to cover an acre. This can be mixed in 25-30 gallons of water to cover an acre.
We are not aware of anything that can be added to
Tenacity Herbicide can be used as a pre-emergent or a post-emergent. A post-emergent application on Tenacity Herbicide would be to kill weeds that are already there. The product does not need to be watered in after application. For a pre-emergent application, the product is used to prevent weeds from coming up. It is recommended that you water the product in 1/2 inch after application to get the product into the soil.
Per the label of Tenacity Herbicide, this product can be applied at the same time of seed, except fine fescue. It is recommended that you mow at least two days before and/or two days after.
There is not a specific limit on the number of spot treatments that you can make using Tenacity Herbicide as long as you do not exceed the annual maximum of 16 oz Tenacity per Acre or per crop. Typically you would wait at least 2-3 weeks between applications to the same areas. Be sure that you follow all the product label instructions as far as timing with seeding and other restrictions.
It is not recommended to mix certain