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Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate uses a combination of active ingredients to provide pre- and post-emergent control of sedges, crabgrass, annual and broadleaf weeds. Safe on Southern and Northern lawns (warm and cool season grasses) Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate is an excellent choice fro residential lawns. Prodiamine provides pre-emergent control while sulfentrazone provides post-emergent control. One pint will treat from 2,000 to 8,700 sq. ft.
Starts working on contact and is rainproof, won't wash away. It kills the toughest of weeds, down to the root, and not the lawn.
|Active Ingredient:||Prodiamine - 2.73%
Sulfentrazone - 1.36%
|Target pests:||Sedges, crabgrass, annual and broadleaf weeds, and many more
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Warm and cool season grasses|
|Application:||Cool-Season Grass: 2.75 oz. per gallon of water per 1,000 sq. ft.
Warm-Season Grass: 5.5 oz. per gallon of water per 1,000 sq. ft.
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Formulation:||For Home Lawns Only|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||AZ, CA, DC, NY|
|Coverage Area:||2,900 - 5,800 sq. ft.|
|Time to Kill:||48-96 hours|
|Shipping Weight:||1.22 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Bonide (Mfg. Number: 069)|
Turf Use Instructions
This product is a selective pre-emergence and post-emergence herbicide for control of crabgrass, annual grass and broadleaf weeds and sedges in residential lawns. This product is a flowable formulation (suspension concentrate) containing 0.4 lbs. of active ingredient per gallon. The mode of action of this product involves uptake by both weed roots and shoots of existing weeds and prevention of growth by newly emerged weed seedlings.
This can be applied using a hand trigger sprayer, pump-up sprayer or hose-end sprayer. See Table 1 for specific use instructions for either cool or warm-season turfgrass varieties. For preemergence applications, spray recommended rate evenly over entire lawn. For postemergence applications, spray weeds directly until well covered. Do not over-apply as this may cause undesirable turf injury.
For pump-up sprayers mix recommended amount of fluid ounces in Table 1 according to desired turfgrass type in 1 GALLON of water per 1,000 sq. ft. covered.
Mix and apply only the amount of product needed to cover desired area. Do not store mixed product.
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11 of 12 people found this review helpful:
Effective on yellow sedge
By Snowcat14 in Wichita, KS on 08/05/2014
Killed most all the sedge with the first treatment. Applied amount as directed. I applied a second treatment recently to knock out any remaining sedge. Price is much more reasonable than SedgeHammer, especially when you need gallons of it. Also, only spray sedge with this when it is hot out. If it is not hot, it is not effective and you will waste your money. During spring or fall cool down one should apply RoundUp with a surfactant, in my opinion.
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By Bob in Cape Coral Florida on 04/22/2014
Sprayed it on weeds down here in South West Fl, around all the shrubs and trees. Took about a week and the weeds are melting away. Also works well around the sprinkler heads in the irrigation system.
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By Simon in Rockville, MD on 09/25/2015
Processed sedge concentration of 5.4 oz to one gallon at a temperature of 82 Fahrenheit. The effect of after one week. Score 4 points
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Bonide Sedge Ender
By Al in St. Louis, MO on 08/16/2015
Tried this on recommendation of Mike Miller who is on KMOX radio in St. Louis. Very pleased on how well this product knocked down the sedge. Gave my neighbor a tank full of this product and he had equal results. I would recommend this product to people fighting the sedge which is particularly bad in St. Louis this year.
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Bonide Sedge Ender
By Dale in Aberdeen, NC on 06/01/2016
Works Great. I mixed it with water into a spray bottle and applied directly on yellow sedge. Works after several applications sedge / weeds. Does no harm to grass.
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Sending this review is a pain in the neck
By J in Houston, TX on 07/15/2016
This stuff worked like magic. I need a good sprayer though which would have given me a better outcome.
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06/28/2014 Kelly from Edmond
QHow long should treatment of Bonide Sedge Ender be down before watering?
APer the manufacturer, Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate should be applied to a dry area and you should not water and should not expect any rainfall within 24 hours of application.
06/28/2014 Kelly from Edmond
QShould grass be dry or damp when applying Bonide Sedge Ender?
06/23/2015 John from Kc, Mo Area
QBonide Sedge Ender Concentrate does not give clear directions on how to mix the product with water.
I have a normal Missouri lawn - bluegrass and fescue.
AAs with most herbicides, the exact amount of water you dilute Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate with is not important. It is only important to make sure you are using the correct amount of product per 1,000 sq ft of lawn. Use too much and you risk damaging your lawn, use too little and you will not get adequate results. You will need to use 2.75 - 5.5 oz per 1,000 sq ft., depending on what type of grass you have in the area you are treating. To decide how much water you want to use, you should mark a 1,000 sq ft area, fill your sprayer with water ONLY, and start walking and spraying just as if you were doing the actual application of herbicide. When you are done walking and spraying the 1,000 sq ft area note how much water it took you to spray that area, and that is the amount you will want to mix the required amount of Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate with for each 1,000 sq ft area that needs to be treated. Please consult the product label to find the specific amount necessary for your type of grass.
09/02/2013 Bryan from Winter Haven Fl
QHow fast will I start seeing results after applying Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate?
AYou should start seeing results 2-3 weeks after the application.
06/23/2015 Kenneth from Fort Worth Tx
Qkill heavy concentrations of crabgrass n a bermuda lawn
Lawn has been "let go" and crabgrass is in large stalks and patches ten feet in diameter. What would be the ounces or tablespoons of concentrate per gallon of water using a pump up sprayer or a Gilmour sprayer. Will a surfactant help? How many applications and how often? Weather is HOT - mostly dry.
AYou will use 5.5 fl. oz. of Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate in a gallon of water. Per the label, do not add a surfactant. Depending on what you are treating for will depend on the number of application needed. It is not recommended to use more than 2.75 fl. oz. of product per gallon of water for subsequent treatments.
08/31/2015 Leroy from West Des Moines, Iowa
QI used sedge endear during hot weather and it killed grass in areas. Can I reseed and expect germination?
A You can reseed 4-6 months after Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate application.
You can reseed 4-6 months after Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate application.
08/23/2015 John from Splendora
QHow long do I need to wait before planting vegetables in an area where Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate was sprayed?
A You should wait at least 12 months before planting any edibles in an area that has been treated with Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate. If you are just planting ornamentals, you should wait at least 6 months.
You should wait at least 12 months before planting any edibles in an area that has been treated with Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate. If you are just planting ornamentals, you should wait at least 6 months.
QBased on answers given to other questions, I assume Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate should not be used in a bed of daylilies. Is this correct?
A Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate should NOT be applied to landscaped areas with or without flowers. It is only labeled for residential lawns. Please let us know what you are treating for and we can recommend a product that will fit your needs.
Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate should NOT be applied to landscaped areas with or without flowers. It is only labeled for residential lawns. Please let us know what you are treating for and we can recommend a product that will fit your needs.
06/17/2015 Melina from Bowie, Maryland
QCan I use Sedge Ender to kill nutsedge in mulched areas with no flowers in the beds?
05/24/2014 Gail from Alpharetta, Ga
QIs the Bonide Sedge Ender safe to use in a vegetable garden?
AWe apologize but the Bonide Sedge Ender is only for use on home lawns and not in flower beds or vegetable gardens. This applies to most sedge control products on the market as well. Most of the time you have to spot treat where the sedge is coming up with a RoundUp type product like our Glyphosel Pro.
03/24/2014 Mike from Ft.myers, Fl
QWill Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate kill Nutsedge and preexisting crabgrass in St.Augustine grass?
ABonide Sedge Ender Concentrate will treat for sedges and crabgrass in St. Augustine Lawn. It is not labeled to be applied to Floratam St. Augustine Grass. You would use 4 oz per 1000 sq feet. A second application would be made 30-60 days after initial application.
08/13/2013 Cg from North Haven, Ct
QInstructions are not clear. How much do I mix of Bonide Sedge Ender per gallon of water?
ACould you please tell us what type of grass you are trying to apply the product to so that we can better answer your question as the label is specific to grass type
07/19/2013 Sharon from Katy, Tx
QDoes Bonide Sedge Ender Concentrate kill quackgrass?
AWe apologize but the Sedge Ender does not control quackgrass. We would be happy to recommend a product that does control quackgrass to you but we will need more information from you. We will need to know what kind of turf you have that you are trying to not kill, are you looking for a pre or post emergent, and are there any other weeds you are trying to eliminate?
07/15/2013 Larry from Dobbs Ferry, Ny
QWill Bonide Sedge Ender kill Nutsedge without killing my lawn?
Need a product that will kill Nutsedge without killing my lawn. The Nutsedge has really spread through half of my front lawn.
A The Bonide Sedge Ender will do a great job of controlling nutsedge, however we do not know what kind of lawn you have to tell you directly if it is safe for you to use. The product label list the following species of turf as tolerant to the Sedge Ender. Cool Season Grasses: Fescue, fine 1(Festuca rubra),Ryegrass, perennial (Lolium perenne),Bluegrass, Kentucky (Poa pratensis) Fescue, tall 2(Festuca arundinacea) Cool-season mixture Warm Season Grasses: Bahiagrass (Paspalum notatum)Buffalograss (Buchloe dactyloides) Carpetgrass (Axonopus affinis) Centipedegrass (Eremochloa ophuiroides) Kikuyugrass (Pennisetum clandestinum) Seashore Paspalum (Paspalum vaginatum) Zoysiagrass 3(Zoysia japonica) Bermudagrass 4(Cynodon dactylon) & hybrids Please let us know if you have any other questions.
The Bonide Sedge Ender will do a great job of controlling nutsedge, however we do not know what kind of lawn you have to tell you directly if it is safe for you to use. The product label list the following species of turf as tolerant to the Sedge Ender.
Cool Season Grasses: Fescue, fine 1(Festuca rubra),Ryegrass, perennial (Lolium perenne),Bluegrass, Kentucky (Poa pratensis) Fescue, tall 2(Festuca arundinacea) Cool-season mixture
Warm Season Grasses: Bahiagrass (Paspalum notatum)Buffalograss (Buchloe dactyloides) Carpetgrass (Axonopus affinis) Centipedegrass (Eremochloa ophuiroides) Kikuyugrass (Pennisetum clandestinum) Seashore Paspalum (Paspalum vaginatum) Zoysiagrass 3(Zoysia japonica) Bermudagrass 4(Cynodon dactylon) & hybrids
Please let us know if you have any other questions.
06/20/2013 Cathy from Wynnewood, Pa
QKilling nettle in flower bed
How much should I use to spray a flower bed that is being overun with nettle. I have a one quart spray bottle to use for a more controlled application
ABonide Sedge Ender Concentrate is not labeled for use in ornamental beds. You can use a glyphosate product like Roundup to SPOT treat around the ornamentals. You may also want to contact your local Cooperative Extension Office for advice on what it working in your region.