Clear the fairways and greens of broadleaf weeds with Trimec Bentgrass broadleaf herbicide. This effective weed killer controls more than 70 different weed species and provides lasting results with minimal applications. It can be used in temperatures as low as 50 degrees and to keep weeds off everything from bentgrass to St. Augustinegrass. Whether it's sheep sorrel or dandelions, get rid of the weeds with Trimec.
Features and Specifications
Dimethylamine salt of propionic acid 9.92 %
Dimethylamine salt of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 6.12 %
Dimethylamine salt of dicamba 2.53 %
Clover, Red sorrel, Knotweed, Spotted spurge, Chickweed, Dandelion, and many listed weeds. For used in Bent-grass, Buffalo-grass, centipede-grass, and St. Augustine-grass
AK, CA, DC, HI, LA, TX, VT, WA
How Trimec Bentgrass Works
Trimec is known for combining ingredients to create a powerful herbicide to kill weeds fast and to keep them gone for a long time. This bentgrass formula combines 2,4-D with propionic acid and dicamba to target numerous weed species with one product. Though it's formulated to work on bentgrass, care should be taken not to overdose the turf or else injury may result. It's advised to use this herbicide in May through September but also works on hard-to-kill summer weeds.
Where to Use Trimec Bentgrass Herbicide
Trimec's herbicide for bentgrass works on ornamental lawns and turf. It's specially designed to work on athletic and recreational turf such as golf courses. In fact, it's safe to use this herbicide for weeds on fairways, greens and tees. Use it to kill spurge and other unwanted plants from aprons and other areas. When used as instructed, it provides effective results on bentgrass without harming the turf.
Trimec Herbicide Target Pests
Trimec is one of the go-to herbicides for professionals who want to target numerous weeds without reaching for multiple products. This broadleaf herbicide controls more than 70 weeds and is especially effective at killing chickweed, henbit and knotweed. It's also the ideal herbicide for controlling oxalis and spotted spurge. Some of the most common target weeds include:
Whether it's poison ivy along the fairways or spurge growing on the aprons, one application of Trimec Bentgrass broadleaf herbicide eliminates the weeds and keeps the course looking clear, green and professional.
Benefits of Using Trimec Herbicide
Targets 70+ broadleaf weeds
Especially effective against spurge and chickweed
For use on bentgrass without harming the turf
Works on centipedegrass, buffalograss and St. Augustinegrass
Effective in cooler temperatures
Can be applied in temperatures as high as 85 degrees
Tips for Using Trimec Broadleaf Herbicide
Avoid applying to newly seeded turf.
Use a single nozzle hand sprayer for spot treatments.
Do not overdose bentgrass as injury will result.
Wait 24 hours before irrigating the treated area.
Apply in May or through September for the best results.
Trimec Bentgrass: For Sensitive Grasses
Use Trimec's bentgrass formulation to kill 70 or more weed species on golf courses, including the aprons, tees and fairways. With its three-ingredient formula, it knocks down stubborn weeds such as sheep's sorrel, chickweed, spurge and more. It works in temperatures from 50 to 85 degrees and keeps courses looking beautiful. No matter if it's a patch of weeds or a massive infestation, reach for Trimec Bentgrass broadleaf herbicide to achieve maximum results in less time.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.
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