Trimec 992 Broadleaf Herbicide is formulated for the professional with a little more 2,4-D to rapidly give you results you can see, like very fast dandelion curl, while keeping your overall costs of application low. Trimec 992 Broadleaf Herbicide is what you need for control of broadleaf weeds in commercial, residential, and institutional settings on both cold and warm season grass like fescue, Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, zoysiagrass, bermudagrass. Not for use on St Augustine grasses.
Trimec 992 Broadleaf Herbicide is a versatile product that works with virtually all spray equipment and can be tank mixed with iron, PGRs, or fertilizers (see label for complete details).
Note: Due to New California State restrictions, this Can Not be Sold in California.
2,4-D, dimethylamine salt 30.56% Dicamba, dimethylamine salt 2.77% MCPP-P, DMA salt 8.17%
Controls Dandelion, Clover, Knotweed, Henbit, Chickweed, Plantain, Spurge and many other broadleaf weeds * See label for complete list
For use in:
Residential, Institutional and Commercial cool & Warm-Season grass, Athletic Fields, Parks and Recreation areas, Condominiums and Townhouse grounds; also labeled for use on Golf Course Fairways, Sod Farms and other sites * See label for complete list
1.1 - 1.5 oz. per 0.125 - 5 gallons of water per 1,000 sq. ft. 3 - 4 pints per 5 - 220 gallons of water per acre * See label for complete application instructions
Drought conditions continue in Central Texas, which has taken a toll on my once beautiful St. Augustine grass. Each year more and more weeds have popped up to the point that I was afraid that the St. Augustine had been choked completely out. The types of weeds were also of a variety ranging from the usual dandelions with and without thorns to all kinds of creeping ones like chickweed and hen pen. I had to find something that actually worked so I relied upon some advise from our local county extension agent. He highly recommended a post-emergient called Trimec. With some hesitation, I ordered Trimec. It's been two weeks since I applied it to my entire yard and it is very evident that Trimec works!
Absolutely knocked the weeds down..!! This product lived up to my expectations and more. Weeds that EndRun had little affect on, felt the power of 992 within hours after application. *** If you have tough weeds in your yard, Trimec 992 will solve your problem in one application.
I'm in Southern California and have Bermuda grass with that devil oxalis weed since buying the house in '94. Had not been able to kill it off with anything until now with Trimec 992. Husband and I applied it with the hose end sprayer also ordered from here. Immediate results! It did not harm the lawn. Will be putting down a second application this weekend and spot treating thereafter - if necessary, but doubt it will be needed. You can do a second application in 3 weeks. We are SO thrilled with this stuff - it is well worth the money. You will not be disappointed. Be advised it is a very strong pro formula. Would suggest wearing a mask to cover nose and mouth so you're not getting the fumes during application.
Two questions. I need a good broad-spectrum herbicide to spot spray 15 acres with a 25 ga. sprayer.
My field is mostly tall fescue. Lots of various weeds - tall and short. 'Was looking at Trimec 992, but wasn't sure. Also could not figure out mix ratio, product per 25 ga. water. Have alot to do, so economy is an issue, too. And would a surfactant help what ever product you recommend? Alot of info, I know, but thanks....
Trimec 992 would be a good general use broadleaf weed herbicide. You will need to use up to 4.0 pints per acre. When dealing with herbicides the amount of water you use isn't very important as water just acts the carrier. You just need to make sure you are getting the correct amount of product over the recommended amount of space. We would recommend using 1.5 fl oz of Trimec in 1 gallon of water over 1,000 sq ft to help make the application a little easier to figure out. Trimec 992 does not require you to add a surfactant.
What is the mix Trimec 992 Broadleaf Herbicide per gallon of water?
When dealing with herbicides the amount of water you use isn't very important as water just acts the carrier. You just need to make sure you are getting the correct amount of product over the recommended amount of space. We would recommend using 1.5 fl oz of Trimec in 1 gallon of water over 1,000 sq ft to help make the application a little easier to figure out. Trimec 992 does not require you to add a surfactant.
I applied 992 at the maximum application rate of 1.5oz per 1,000 sqft and it is barely knocking down my creeping charlie (but took out most other weeds. My bottle of Trimec is about 6 years old, but has been sealed tightly and stored out of light. Do you think the creeping charlie is resistant to Trimec 992 and I need to use a different product or do you think my Trimec is just old and I need to order a new bottle from you? Thanks
Trimec 992 Broadleaf Herbicide has a long shelf life should still be viable if you are still seeing results on other troublesome weeds. Creeping Charlie, also known as ground ivy is best treated in the fall. Fall applications can provide improved control of winter emerged annual and perrenial weeds such as Creeping Charlie.