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Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide

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Designed to minimize risk to sensitive southern turfgrasses, Trimec Southern is a herbicide formulated to accommodate sensitive warm-season grasses and maintain the quality performance you expect from a Trimec complex.

Target Pests

Clover Chickweed Dandelion Dollarweed Henbit Plantain Poison Ivy Poison Oak Ragweed Spurge Thistle Wild Carrot Wild Garlic and others

For Use In

Southern grasses Bermudagrass Bentgrass Bluegrass Fescue Zoysiagrass Centipedegrass and St. Augustinegrass

Application

Designed to minimize risk to sensitive southern turfgrasses, Trimec Southern is a herbicide formulated to accommodate sensitive warm-season grasses and maintain the quality performance you expect from a Trimec complex. Trimec Southern provides dependable control of more than 90 broadleaf weeds, including dandelion, clover, and spurge. And Trimec Southern provides exceptional control of clover and chickweed.

Coverage Area

Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide can cover an acre with 2 - 3 pints

Mix Rate

Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide can be mixed at a rate of 0.37 - 0.75 oz per 1,000 sq. ft.

Active Ingredient

MCPP - Dimethylamine salt of propionic acid - 17.37%

Dimethylamine salt of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid - 18.74%

Dimethylamine salt of dicamba (3,6-dichloro-o-anisic acid) - 3.85%

Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide

TRIMEC SOUTHERN BROADLEAF HERBICIDE LABELED TO BROADLEAF WEEDS

 

If you’re a homeowner with a lawn or backyard you know the constant threat of broadleaf weeds and grassy weeds is ever present. It might the number obstacle that most homeowners face when maintaining their yard, and a serious problem that could hurt your turfgrass by taking essential nutrients that your lawn needs to look its best.

 

Thankfully, At Solutions Pest and Lawn, we have a wide selection of professional-grade products that lawn technicians and professionals use, from pre-emergent herbicides that targets weeds before they grow to fungicides that can treat lawn diseases, we have every product imaginable that can solve any lawn or vegetation problem you might face.

 

One of these great products that treats broadleaf weeds in southern grasses in Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide, that is sensitive and warm-season turfgrasses but tough on more than 95+ species of broadleaf weeds.

 

WHAT IS TRIMEC SOUTHERN BROADLEAF HERBICIDE?

 

This herbicide was specially designed to minimize the risk of injury to sensitive warm-season grasses and as a Trimec complex, it contains 2,4-d, Dicamba, and Mecoprop or MCPP. This Trimec complex is different than most Trimec complexes due to its high amounts of MCPP and low amounts of 2,4-d which should be gentle on sensitive turfgrasses.

 

WHY SHOULD I USE TRIMEC SOUTHERN BROADLEAF HERBICIDE?

 

• Created by PBI/Gordon Corporation, that since 1947 have provided the turf ornamental and animal health industries with products that are at the constant edge of innovation and professional performance that professional pesticide applicators have come to expect.

 

• This powerful product broad-spectrum herbicide can treat up to 95+ species of broadleaf weeds in a variety of southern grasses including, Dandelion, Creeping beggarweed, Florida pusley, Carolina geranium, common burdock, clover, chickweed, and many many others.

 

• Comprised of three active ingredients of 17% MCPP - Dimethylamine salt of propionic acid, 18.74% Dimethylamine salt of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic, and 3.85% Dimethylamine salt of dicamba, in this formulation you get less 2,4-D that is gentle on warm-season turfgrasses and higher amounts of MCPP to maintain the quality of this Trimec complex.

 

• According to research, this product is the most effect amine Trimec complex for clover and chickweed control in both warm season and cool-season grasses.

 

• This post-emergent herbicide is perfect and designed for sensitive warm-season and southern turfgrasses and is tolerable by Bermudagrass, Bentgrass, Bluegrass, Fescues, Zoysiagrass, St.Augustinegrass, Centipedegrass, and Seashore Paspalum.

 

• This product comes in three sizes for both residential and commercial jobs, you can choose from a 32-ounce bottle, a 1-gallon jug, and 2.5-gallon jug that should accommodate large sized jobs.  

 

Purchase Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide Today and Get Free Shipping! Labeled to treat more than 95+ species of broadleaf weeds.

 

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WHERE CAN I USE TRIMEC SOUTHERN BROADLEAF HERBICIDE?

 

The product can be applied sensitive-warm season turfgrass on golf courses, residential and commercial lawns, sports turf and park and recreational areas.

 

This product can be used on the following well-established turfgrasses Bermudagrass, Bentgrass, Bluegrass, Fescues, Zoysiagrass, St.Augustinegrass, Centipedegrass, and Seashore Paspalum.

 

IMPORTANT: Do not apply this product to ‘Floratam’ St.Augustinegrass

 

IMPORTANT: Do not allow people or pets to enter treated areas until the product has dried.

 

WHAT WEEDS DOES TRIMEC SOUTHERN BROADLEAF HERBICIDE KILL?

 

THis product is labeled to treat and kill the following broadleaf weeds including annual fleabane, aster, white heath & white prairie, bedstraw, beggarticks, creeping beggarweed, bindweed, birdsfoot trefoil, black medic, broadleaf plantain, buckhorn plantain, bull thistle, burclover, common burdock, creeping buttercup, Carolina geranium, carpetweed, common chickweed, chicory, cinquefoil, clover, cocklebur, compassplant, curly dock, dandelion, dayflower, deadnettle, dock, dogfenne,l dovefoot geranium, English daisy, false dandelion (*spotted catsear & common catsear), field bindweed (*morningglory & creeping jenny), field madder, field oxeye-daisy (*creeping oxeye), field pennycress, filaree, whitestem & redstem, Florida pusley, ground ivy, groundsel, hairy bittercress, hawkweed, healall, henbit, horsenettle, horseweed, innocence (Blue-eyed Mary), jimsonweed, kochia, lambsquarters, lawn burweed, common lespedeza, common mallow, matchweed, mouseear chickweed, mustard, nettle, old world diamond flower Oxalis (*yellow woodsorrel & creeping woodsorrel), parsley-piert, Pennsylvania smartweed, pennywort (*dollarweed), pepperweed, pigweed, pineappleweed, plantain, poison ivy, poison oak, prostrate knotweed (*knotweed), puncturevine, purple cudweed, purslane, ragweed, redweed, red sorrel (*sheep sorrel), roundleaf greenbriar, shepherdspurse, spotted spurge, spurge, sunflower, thistle, velvetleaf (*buttonweed), Venice mallow, Veronica (*corn speedwell), Virginia buttonweed, Virginia-creeper, western salsify, white clover (*Dutch clover, honeysuckle clover, white trefoil & purplewort), wild carrot, wild garlic, wild geranium, wild lettuce, wild mustard, wild onion, wild strawberry, wild violet, yarrow, yellow rocket, and many more.

 

HOW TO USE TRIMEC SOUTHERN BROADLEAF HERBICIDE

 

Remember that it’s the law that you read the whole label, including instructions, precautions, and warnings, before using this product and remember that it is mandatory that you wear the personal protective equipment stated on the label (click here to buy personal protective equipment).

 

To use this product you will need a backpack, tank, or hand sprayers. Our easy to use and convenient Solutions 1 Gallon Pump Sprayer with lifetime warranty would be ideal (you can buy it here) for smaller applications or you can browse our professional tank and backpack sprayers.

 

As this product targets, more than 95+ species of broadleaf weeds on numerous southern turfgrasses check the label for detailed instructions on how to use on your specific type of lawn or turfgrass.

 

A good technique to remember when mixing this product is to fill the sprayer halfway with water, then add the product, then fill the rest of the sprayer with the remaining water to ensure the product has been properly mixed.

 

As this product is very powerful pesticide drift of this product can occur due to a number of factors (wind speeds, temperature, humidity) check the label for best practices when spraying this product, at the bare minimum you should spray this product when wind speeds exceed 10 mph and avoid spraying product near beneficial vegetation.

 

To use this product on Bermudagrass and Bentgrass to treat for broadleaf weeds, you should apply at a rate of .75 fluid ounces of this product per 1,000 square feet or use 2 pints of this product per acre. Mix in water spray volumes ranging from 2 to 300 gallons per acre.

 

To use this product on St.Augustine Grass, Centipedegrass, and Seashore Paspalum use at a rate of 0.37 to 0.55 fluid ounces of the product per 1,000 square feet or use 1 to 1.5 pints of this product per acre. Mix in water spray volumes that range from 2 to 300 gallons of water per acre. Do not use this product during spring green-up to treat Broadleaf weeds on St.Augustinegrass, Centipedegrass, and Seashore Paspalum, which is the transition period between dormancy and active growth. Do not make application on St.Augustine Grass, Centipedegrass, and Seashore Paspalum turfgrasses if temperatures are below 50 degrees Fahrenheit or above 90 degrees Fahrenheit or these temperatures are expected within 72 hours after application.

 

CONCLUSION

 

This powerful post-emergent herbicide created by PBI/Gordon Corporation is tough on more than 95+ species of broadleaf weeds but gentle on warm-season and southern turfgrasses.

 

With a unique Trimec complex that boasts lower amounts of 2,4-d your sensitive southern grass will be able to tolerate the formulation while the broadleaf weeds will wither away.

 

It also has been shown in research that this special formulation is the most effective amine Trimec complex for clover and chickweed control.

 

If you’re looking for a product that will get rid of broadleaf weeds in your sensitive southern turfgrass, this is the product you’re looking for.

 

Purchase Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide Today and Get Free Shipping! Gentle on warm-season turfgrasses but tough on broadleaf weeds!

 

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Do I need to use a sticker?
A shopper on Aug 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You don't have to but depending on the plant you are targeting it could be best to use a surfactant to get better sticking.
Does this kill chamber bitter weed?
Lynnda B on May 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide is not labeled for the chamber bitter but the Glyphosate 4 plus will kill it.
Can it be sprayed on carpet grass?
A shopper on Apr 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It is not listed on the label as a grass that can tolerate Trimec Southern, so I cannot recommend it.

You might want to test an area, and see if it causes damage.
What's the ratio for 5gal backpack sprayer?
A shopper on Mar 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: 37 - 0.75 oz per 1,000 sq. ft. you would just multiple the correct rate for your grass by 5 and make sure to use 5 gallons.
I am trying to eliminate weeds in my bermuda lawn. I currently use target 6 plus that has msma in it. Can i mix trimec and msma to get better results?
Zach D on Mar 7, 2018
Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide
Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide
MSMA Target 6 Plus Herbicide 2.5 Gallon
MSMA Target 6 Plus Herbicide 2.5 Gallon
BEST ANSWER: yes, you can. MSMA targets crabgrass and dallis grass. These are difficult to kill with off-the shelf herbicides. Trimec targets other "typical" broadleaf weeds (ex; Clovers, dandelions, etc). A mixture would be very effective at killing all broadleaf weeds. Note that MSMA will not very effective unless air temperatures are greater than 80 degrees or so.
Can you spray trimec Southern after grass turns green?
A shopper on Feb 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the Trimec southern will target broadleaf weeds. It is best applied to weeds during temperatures ranging in the 70's. Do not apply during temperatures above 90 as this could cause injury to your lawn.
What is temperature range recommended for spraying?
A shopper on Jan 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You will want your lawn to be actively growing. Here is some time maps, and calender's for general application dates for locations throughout the United States.
https://www.solutionsstores.com/lawn-and-turf
How long after using can I let my chickens free range?
JC on May 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide is labeled for use in turf applications, and does not list grazing restrictions or farm land use.

It needs to completely dry before they are allowed to reenter the area.

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