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Dismiss Turf Herbicide from FMC Professional Solutions is designed to be a selective post emergent herbicide for control of listed broadleaf weeds and sedges in healthy turf areas. The use of surfactants is not recommended with Dismiss but it can be applied with liquid fertilizer if needed (see tank mixture compatabilities section).

Target Pests

Dismiss Turf Herbicide can control or suppress bedstraw bittercress butturcups carpetweed chickweed clover cudweed dendelion dollarweed goldenrod ground ivy henbit kochia pigweed redweed spurge wild violet wild garlic wild onion woodsorrel and many other listed weeds.

For Use In

Dismiss Turf Herbicide is for use on turf around commercial industrial and residential lawns golf courses roadside pipeline athletic fields highway fence rows and other non-crop areas.

Application

When applying Dismiss it is best to be sure you are applying the product to a healthy, stress-free turf to prevent furthing damaging the wanted grasses.

Coverage Area

Each finished gallon of Dismiss Turf Herbicide should cover approximately 1,000 square feet.

Time to Kill

Dismiss Turf Herbicide begins to kill immediately as soon as the target weeds are contacted by the chemical, but may take up to several weeks to completely kill off unwanted vegetation.

Mix Rate

Mix Dismiss Turf Herbicide at a rate of 0.18-0.275 of an ounce per 1,000 square feet for broadleaf weed control in tolerant warm season turfgrass. At a maximum rate of 4-8 ounces per acre.

Mix Dismiss Turf Herbicide at a rate of 0.092-0.18 of an ounce per 1,000 square feet for broadleaf weed control in tolerant cool season turfgrass. At a maximum rate of 8-12 ounces per acre

Active Ingredient

Sulfentrazone 39.6%

Dismiss Herbicide

Dismiss Herbicide: A Strong Sedge Killer

Dismiss Herbicide, by FMC is a selective, post-emergent herbicide which controls broadleaf weeds and sedges in established turf areas including but not limited to, residential and institutional lawns, athletic fields, commercial sod farms, golf course fairways and golf course roughs.

 

Dismiss turf herbicide is formulated as a flowable (suspension concentrate) containing 4 lbs of active ingredient per gallon. The mode of action of Dismiss herbicide involves uptake by both weed roots and shoots. 

 

Dismiss Herbicide is regarded as one of the best herbicides for sedge weed control in residential and commercial turf. Problematic sedges such as green kylinga and yellow nutsedge are eliminated in as quickly as one to two days. Not only does Dismiss Herbicide attack the surface of the weeds but it goes even further, getting into the soil to penetrate the sedge tubers. This penetrating soil action helps to prevent additional outbreaks of sedges.

 

While Dismiss is labeled for the control or prevention of over 45 different broadleaf weeds and grasses, it is especially effective in eliminating sedge. It is tolerated on both warm and cool season kinds of grasses ( 13 common turfgrasses). See the label for listings and restrictions.

 

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Product Q & A

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The mix rate is for one gallon of water?
Beth A on Sep 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Mix Dismiss Turf Herbicide at a rate of 0.18-0.275 of an ounce per 1,000 square feet for broadleaf weed control in tolerant warm season turfgrass, per 1 gallon of water.
When can I re-apply?
A shopper on Aug 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You will want to follow the maximum rate per acre recommendations found on the label, you would not want to reapply any sooner than 14 days.
Should I use a surfactant with Dismiss?
Mike on Jun 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You are correct the as stated on the label is not recommended with high temperatures.
USE OF SURFACTANTS
Temporary discoloration of some turf types may result from use of surfactants
or adjuvants with Dismiss Turf Herbicide. High temperatures
and high relative humidity may increase the risk of temporary discoloration.
Use of surfactants is not recommended.
how long after application can I reseed with fescue?
Scott J on Aug 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Application to reseeded, overseeded or sprigged areas:
Reseeding, overseeding or sprigging of treated areas within one (1)
month after application of this product could inhibit the establishment of
desirable turfgrasses. Overseeding of bermudagrass with perennial ryegrass
at two (2) to four (4) weeks after an application can be done if
slight injury to perennial ryegrass can be tolerated.
Best results are obtained for reseeding or overseeding when mechanical
or power seeding equipment (slit seeders) are used to give good
seed to soil contact and proper soil cultivation, irrigation and fertilization
practices are followed
Is dismiss rain tolerant?
David V on Aug 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: When the Dismiss is applied to the are make sure it has enough time to fully dry before any rain hits the sprayed locations. Once the product has fully dried it will be fine.
Will Dismiss kill the bulbs of Star of Bethlehem if I use it as a post emergent?
Jamie B on Apr 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: April is the best time to apply them when the weeds are young and fairly tender. Dicamba or a mixture of Dicamba and 2, 4-D are the best herbicides to try. They often do not give complete eradication and repeated treatments may be necessary. It is listed on the Dismiss label, so it should work, just recommend multiple applications for control control.
What tempeture is too warm to apply dismiss on fescue lawns?
Robo on Jun 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: High temperatures and high relative humidity may increase the risk of temporary discoloration. Would recommend not applying when temperature are over 95 degrees and it appears that your lawn might be stressed.
After treating kyllinga with Dismiss do the seed heads become inviable or do I need to try to harvest/remove them by bagging the next mowing?
Bill on Dec 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Dismiss is not a pre-emergent and will not stop the seeds from germinating, you can apply a good pre-emergent called Prodimaine to the areas, in early spring and late fall.

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So far so good
Only used it once but it definitely smoked the Killinga I bought it to spray on.
June 12, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Effective product
This is the only product we've found that is truly effective on clover in a buffalograss lawn.
July 5, 2015
worth the effort
After using other weed killers, Dismiss did kill the nut-grass but left the yard in a combat zone. St Augustine plugs are not growing even when Miloganite was applied but the unaffected grass area is growing well.
August 9, 2014
Lawn
Had a neighbor recommend this product and after using it I wont be using anything else!
April 22, 2013
Driving Range
I have used this product for my driving range several times and it does what I am looking for very pleased with the results I got.
April 22, 2013
crabgrass
Wiped out my issue Ive had with crabgrass for a while now. Nothing at home depot was working and after using this product wont ever use anything else!!
April 18, 2013
suprised
I am very suprised at how well this product worked in a site prep area in which we treated gave very quick results.
April 17, 2013

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