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Fusilade II Herbicide

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Fusilade II Herbicide by Syngenta is designed for the post-emergent control of annual and perennial grassy weeds in ornamentals and certain turf grasses. Fusilade II does not control any broadleaf weeds or sedges and can be applied directly over the top of ornamentals or as a directed spray.

Target Pests

Fusilade II Turf & Ornamental Herbicide by Syngenta is designed for the post-emergent control of annual and perennial grassy weeds in ornamentals and certain turf grasses. Fusilade II does not control any broadleaf weeds or sedges and can be applied directly over the top of ornamentals or as a directed spray.

For Use In

Fusilade II Turf & Ornamental Herbicide is for use on ornamentals certain turf grasses and non-crop areas such as airports cemeteries electric transformers sub-stations pipeline pumping stations around buildings storage yards fence lines parkways roadsides rights-of-way and many other listed areas.


For the application to landscaped areas, roadsides, filed grown ornamentals, greenhouses, nurseries, flower beds, and all other non-turf areas using Fusilade II Turf & Ornamental Herbicide use at a rate of 0.4 to 0.6 ounces per 1,000 square feet in sufficient enough water to obtain uniform coverage along with 0.25% (1/2 pint/25 gallons) of a non-ionic surfactant.

For spot treatments and directed sprays (not on desirable turf) using Fusilade II Turf & Ornamental Herbicide use at a rate of 0.75 ounces per gallon of water along with 1/2 ounce of a non-ionic surfactant.

For the treatment of unwanted grassy weeds within desirable turf using Fusilade II Turf & Ornamental Herbicide refer to the label above for the specific turf and application rates in which to use.

Coverage Area

Each quart of Fusilade will treat up to 53,000 square feet.

Time to Kill

You should see yellowing within 10 days of application

Mix Rate

0.4 to 0.6 ounces of Fusilade mixed with 1 to 2 gallons of water to cover 1,000 square feet

Active Ingredient

Fluazifop 24.5%

Fusilade II Herbicide

Fusilade II: A Versatile Grassy Weed Control Herbicide

Fusilade® II herbicide is a selective post emergent turf and ornamental herbicide that controls a long list of both perennial and annual grass weeds in a variety of turf and landscape areas. Extremely fast and effective, Fusilade II can be applied over-the-top or as a directed spray without damaging valuable ornamental plants/shrubs. It can also be used at reduced rates to safely remove bermudagrass from tall fescue and zoysiagrass.


Fusilade II is a selective post-emergence herbicide that inhibits fatty acid synthesis in grasses, leading to inhibition of cell membranes and development of new plant tissue. It is a relatively fast-acting systemic herbicide, in that growth of sensitive plants will slow within seven days of application. However, it may take three to four weeks for complete control of sensitive plants.


Plant selectivity is based on the ability of the herbicide to bind to the enzyme, catalyzing fatty acid formation. The enzyme in dicot plant species and a few monocot species are naturally resistant to Fusilade II. Fine fescues are extremely tolerant to Fusilade II, so selective control of many annual and perennial grasses in fine fescue is now possible.


Fusilade II is labeled for control of grass weeds, such as bentgrass and crabgrass, in fine fescue fairways, roughs and other areas on a golf course. Use rates are 16 fl. oz. per acre applied when the weeds are actively growing.


Another addition to the label is use prior to renovation of bermudagrass fairways. Combining Fusilade II and glyphosate to kill existing bermudagrass improves control over glyphosate alone.


Apply Fusilade II at 24 fl. oz. per acre with 2-3 lbs. of acid equivalent per acre of glyphosate to control existing vegetation, particularly bermudagrass, prior to renovation. A second application is needed 28 days after the first application, or wait until any regrowth is evident. Treated areas can be sprigged seven days after application, but seeding must be delayed for 30 days.


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Red Spray Pattern Indicator (Brandt Mark-It) - Keep track of your spraying and avoid overspraying with this spray.


Help the herbicide stick better to the weeds with surfactant such as Alligare 90 Wetting Agent


As always, stay safe when spraying chemicals with the help of homeowner pesticide safety kit

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How much would you use to kill Bermuda out of st augustine?
Robert V on Mar 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This will kill and control all grass varieties, it is not specific for one are the other.

Used to control grass in ornamental beds, etc.

St. Augustine should be able to choke out the Bermuda in most cases, if you have a healthy lawn.
I live in eastern Washington. (Semi arid area). My lawn is a combination of mainly bluegrass & fescue. I am getting a lot of Bermuda grass. Would this product kill the Bermuda grass without harming the fescue & bluegrass?
Fred on Apr 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Fred. To control bermudagrass in tall fescue you will want to use 5oz of fusilade II combined with 32oz of triclopyr per acre. This breaks down to about .12oz fusilade and .8oz triclopyr per gallon of water if you are spot treating. This may take 2 applications to get full control. After you may want to seed to fill in any patches.
Can Fusilade II be mixed with a broadleaf herbicide such as Q4 on zoysiagrass to treat for both broadleaf weeds and burmudagrass in a single application?
Paul F on Jul 27, 2018
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BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can mix the 2 products to kill broadleaf weeds and Bermuda grass.
Will this product kill Japanese stiltgrass?
A shopper on Jul 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No the Fusilade II Herbicide would not provide control for the Japanese Stiltgrass.
will this control japanese stiltgrass?
A shopper on Jul 4, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The Fusilade II Herbicide will not control the Japanese stiltgrass
Will this effectively kill quackgrass in a bermuda lawn?
markm3000 on Apr 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No the Fusilade will only kill the Bermuda and not the quackgrass.
will this kill wire grass
Bob on Sep 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Fusilade II herbicide is perfect for controlling all types of grass in flower beds, ground cover and other areas that grass is not desirable.

How soon after reseeding and new grass getting established can I use Fusilade II to treat the bermudagrass as it is going dormant (temps going below 50 55 deg.)?
BEST ANSWER: So you are trying to control Bermuda grass in a newly seeded yard?
In Florida I am trying to kill torpedo grass growing around a lake. It is mixed in with pickerelweed, spike Rush, and arrowhead. Will this product only kill the torpedo grass?
Cory on Jul 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Control: Biological: partial control with grass
carp. Herbicides: partial control with glyphosate, Rodeo https://www.solutionsstores.com/rodeo-aquatic-herbicide
fluridone https://www.solutionsstores.com/fluridone-aquatic-herbicide-sonar
I live in ohio. I have a lot of johnsongrass in my flower bed. Would this product kill the johnsongrass? Thank you
Ellen on Jul 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: https://www.solutionsstores.com/fusilade-ii-herbicide

This would be the best option for controlling johnsongrass in your flower beds.

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I used this item around some of my pecan trees and it works great!
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