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Quinclorac 1.5 L

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Quinclorac 1.5L liquid herbicide is the latest technology in providing unsurpassed crabgrass control. However Quinclorac 1.5L treats and controls a wide variety of other grasses and broadleaf weeds in residential lawns, commercial establishments, golf courses, military and other institutions, as well as parks, athletic fields and many others . When compared to a dry flowable formulation, the new liquid formulation offers superior results

Target Pests

Crabgrass (large & smooth) Foxtail (giant green & yellow) Kikuyugrass Signalgrass (broadleaf) Torpedograss Bindweed (field) Clover (hop red & white) Daisy (english) Dandelion Dollarweed Geranium (Carolina) Morningglory spp. Speedwell (common slender & thymeleaf)

For Use In

Residential and Non-Residential Turfgrass Golf Course Sod Farms


Quinclorac 1.5L Select is a selective, post-emergent herbicide that can be safely applied to many types of turf to control a variety of broadleaf and grassy weeds. Quinclorac 1.5L Select can be applied to both residential and non-residential turf. Quinclorac 1.5L Select can be applied from 7 days before seeding and up to 28 days after emergence on selected weeds. The use of a methylated seed oil, such as Duo Stick Select is recommended to greatly enhance the effectiveness of the product.

Under certain conditions, application of Quinclorac 1.5L Select made to annual grasses at 2 to 4 tiller may not provide complete control. A sequential application will be required for grass control in these situations. Optimum control is achieved when applications of Quinclorac 1.5L Select + methylated seed oil are applied either before second tiller or as weed grasses mature.

Mix Rate

Tank mix partner or sequential application required.

Make 2 sequential applications of 1.0 fl. oz. (0.51 lb. AI/A) of Quinclorac 1.5L Select per 1,000 sq. ft. and an additional sequential application up to 0.90 fl. oz. (0.46 lb. AI/A) of Quinclorac 1.5L Select per 1,000 sq. ft. at 14- to 21-day intervals.

Biotypes of large and smooth crabgrass in California have shown varied response to Quinclorac 1.5L Select. If control failure occurs following a full or split application, DO NOT reapply Quinclorac 1.5L Select. Change to a herbicide with a different mode of action.

NOT FOR USE to control this weed in California.

Active Ingredient

Quinclorac 18.92%

Quinclorac 1.5 L

What Does Quinclorac Kill?

Solutions Pest & Lawn highly recommends Quinclorac to our customers and we believe it is the ultimate crabgrass killer. Quinclorac (produced by Quali-Pro) is a selective post-emergent herbicide, which means that it targets specific weeds while sparing desirable grass which may surround the offending weed when applied. Aside from targeting crabgrass primarily, the weeds that quinclorac kills include dandelion and clover which may come up in areas where grass is stressed. Here are a few other benefits which make Quinclorac a solid option for treating controlling crabgrass:

How To Use Quinclorac to Effectively Kill Weeds


Solutions carries Quinclorac 75 DF produced by Quali-Pro. The DF stands for Dry Flowable meaning it is a dry product that should be mixed with water.  Conveniently, the product comes with a measuring device so you can get an accurate measurement of the product before mixing.


1. Measure out the amount you need depending on the size of the land you are going to be treating. The recommended amount of product is .73 oz per gallon of water per 1000 sq ft.


2. Mix up the application. We recommend using a pump sprayer as they are good for selective herbicides and spot treatments.


3. Spray along the areas where you have crabgrass and dandelion or other offending weeds.


4. When applying quinclorac, spray enough to moisten the leaf surface. After about an hour it’s rainfast meaning it will remain on the plant even if it were to rain rather than washing off.


5. About 2 to 7 days later, it is recommend to irrigate the treated plant area so it filters down into the soil to be picked up by the broad leaf plants that you are trying to get rid of. And you’re finished!


After applying Quinclorac according to these steps, give it about a week and check things out. You will notice immediate that the areas of crabgrass and weeds that you treated are dying and turning brown. Be sure to check the product label to see the level of tolerance your desired grass can take as some vegetation is more tolerant of Quinclorac than others.


Get Quinclorac today and put a stop to those pesky crabgrass and broadleaf weeds that are ruining your lawn.

Product Q & A

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When mixing a gallon of Quinclorac, how much MSO (Methylated Seed Oil) should be added to be effective? Thank you.
Tigers on Jul 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Alligare MSO should be mixed at a rate of 3/4 pint to 6 quarts per acre
Is this product harmful to pets?
A shopper on Jul 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It will not harm the pets if applied correctly. When applying the product keep all pets and children off the area until it has fully dried. Once the application site is dried the pets and children will be safe to re-enter.
Can this product be used on centipede lawns?
Darren M on Jun 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No, you would not want to use this on Centipede lawns.

These grasses are all considered susceptible:

Bentgrass, colonial
Bentgrass, seaside
St. Augustinegrass

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