Nufarm Triplet SF Selective Herbicide is a specially formulated liquid herbicide that provides efficient post-emergent control of broadleaf weeds in turfgrasses. It contains a combination of three powerful active ingredients that offer effective control of hard-to-kill weeds like ground ivy, clover, dandelion, henbit, plantains, pigweed, poison ivy, ragweed, and more on both cool and warm season grass. It is also labeled for use on sod farms and can be tank-mixed with most fertilizers and iron formulation. This unique formula allows flexible application rates which means it lets you use a higher amount for problematic areas, but lower rates for maintenance of turf.
Note: Due To New California State Restrictions, This Can Not Be Sold In California.
Bahiagrass, bluegrass, common bermudagrass, fescue, ryegrass, zoysiagrass:
Use Rate: 1.1 to 1.5 oz. per 1,000 sq. ft. or 3 to 4 pint per acre
Spray Volume: 0.5 to 5 gallons per 1,000 sq. ft. or 5 to 220 gallons per acre
For Professional Lawn Maintenance: Higher water volumes may be used when tank-mixed with a turf fertilizer. Follow fertilizer labels for proper amounts to add. Use reduced rates if grass is stressed from heat or drought. Exercise care when applying during growth stages from dormancy to green-up and from green-up to dormancy. Some temporary discoloration may occur on warm-season grasses.
If Bermudagrass is Dormant: Up to 4 pints per acre may be used. However, some hybrid bermudagrasses may be sensitive to this product. Contact your local extension service weed control specialist.
Dormant St. Augustine (Common, Raleigh, and Seville varieties grown in Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi only), Dormant centipede grasses (Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi only):
Use Rate: 0.75 to 0.90 oz. (maximum) per 1,000 sq. ft. or 2 to 2.5 (maximum) pint per acre.
Spray Volume: 1 to 5 gallons per 1,000 sq. ft. or 40 to 200 gallons per acre
Use Directions: Use reduced rates if grass is stressed from heat or drought. Exercise care when applying during growth stages from dormancy to green-up and from greenup to dormancy. Some temporary discoloration may occur on warm-season grasses.
Bentgrass (putting and bowling greens):
Use Rate: 0.67 oz. (maximum) per 1,000 sq. ft. or 1.8 (maximum) pint per acre.
Spray Volume: 3.3 gallons per 1,000 sq. ft. or 145 gallons per acre
Use Directions: Apply on closely mowed bentgrass, preferably in May or mid-August through September. Slight turf yellowing will disappear after about one week. On closely mowed golf course fairways and tees or bowling greens - apply when weeds are actively growing and temperatures are low. Exercise care to avoid overapplication to prevent injury. Temporary discoloration may occur.
Note: Care should be taken to avoid overdosing bentgrass or injury may result. Large volumes of spray water (i.e. one fluid ounce in 5 gallons of water per 1,500 square feet) will aid in obtaining uniform coverage. If hand-type sprayers are used, it is preferable to use a single nozzle sprayer rather than a multiple nozzle boom as sideways application with a boom where the spray is from more than one nozzle is allowed to fall on the same area will result in heavy local over-application and subsequent turf discoloration or injury.
Non-turf Areas Application Rates:
Roadsides (including aprons and guardrails), rights-of-way and other similar non-crop areas: For control of broadleaf weeds, mix at a rate of 1.5 to 3.5 quarts of this product per acre in enough water to wet all parts of the foliage. This may require 50 to 300 gallons of water per acre. This mixture will cover 43,560 square feet. Thoroughly saturate all weeds with spray mixture. Apply any time between the time when plants come into full leaf (spring) to when the plants begin to go dormant. Best results are obtained when weeds are young and actively growing. Do not cut weeds until herbicide has translocated throughout the plant causing root death.
For control of woody plants, apply to both stems and foliage any time from the time foliage is completely matured until the time plants start to go dormant. All leaves, stems and suckers must be completely wet to the ground line for effective control. Regrowth may be anticipated on the more resistant species.
Woody Brush: Add 1 to 1.5 gallons of this product per acre to wet all parts of the brush foliage, stem and bark. This may require up to 200 to 600 gallons of water per 43,560 square feet depending upon the height and thickness of the brush. Mix thoroughly before spraying.
For use on Bahiagrass, Bluegrass (Common), Bermudagrass, Fescue, Ryegrass or Zoysiagrass you would use 1.1-1.5 fl oz per 1,000 sq ft. in 0.5-5 gallons of water.
For use on dormant St. Augustine (Common, Raleigh, and Seville varieties grown in Texas, Lousiana, Mississippi only). Dormant Centipede grasses (Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi only) you would use 0.75-0.90 fl oz per 1,000 sq ft in 1-5 gallons of water.
For use on Bentgrass, you would use 0.67 fl oz per 1,000 sq ft in 3.3 gallons of water.