Dismiss Turf Herbicide

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Dismiss Turf Herbicide

Dismiss controls difficult weeds such as Yellow nutsedge, Purple nutsedge and green kyllinga in as little as 24 to 48 hours! No other herbicide on the market gives you visible results in as little time as Dismiss Turf Herbicide from FMC. Dismiss Herbicide is faster than Image, Certainty or Monument Herbicides. Dismiss can be absorbed into foliage, but most of the product is delivered to the plant through the root system. Dismiss is gentle and well tolerated on most warm and cool season turf grasses.

It is NOT recommended to use a surfactant with this product.

This is a selective post-emergent herbicide that controls weeds in turf sites including residential and commercial lawns, athletic field, commercial sod farms, golf course fairways and roughs.


Active Ingredient: Sulfentrazone - 39.6%
Target pests: Yellow Nutsedge, Purple Nutsedge, Green Kyllinga, Sedge (Cylindrical, Globe, Surinam and Texas), Bedstraw, Beggarweed, Bittercress, Black medic, Buttercups, Carolina geranium, Carpetweed, Chickweed, Cinquefoil, Clover, Copperleaf, Cudweed, Dandelion, Dock, Dollarweed, Eclipta, Evening Primrose, Fiddleneck, Filaree, Galinsoga, Goldenrod, Ground Ivy, Groundsel, Henbit, Knawel, Knotweed, Kochia, Lambsquarters, Lawn burweed, Lespedeza, Mallow, Parsley, Pigweed, Pineapple Weed, Plantain, Puncture Weed, Purslane, Pusley (Florida), Redweed, Rocket, Shepherd's Purse, Smartweed (PA), Sorrel, Speedwell, Spurge, Star of Bethlehem, Velvetleaf, Violet, Wild Garlic, Wild Onion, Woodsorrel
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For use in: Commercial and Residential lawns, athletic fields, commercial sod farms, golf courses
Application: 4 - 12 oz. per 20 - 175 gallons of water per acra (0.5 - 4 gallons per 1,000 sq. ft.)
* See label for complete application instructions
Formulation: Professional Product
NOT FOR SALE TO: NY, CA, HI
Manufactured By: FMC



Dismiss controls difficult weeds such as Yellow nutsedge, Purple nutsedge and green kyllinga in as little as 24 to 48 hours! No other herbicide on the market gives you visible results in as little time as Dismiss Turf Herbicide from FMC. Dismiss Herbicide is faster than Image, Certainty or Monument Herbicides. Dismiss can be absorbed into foliage, but most of the product is delivered to the plant through the root system.  Dismiss is gentle and well tolerated on most warm and cool season turf grasses.

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  • 37 of 41 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Worked great!!
    By Mike in Jacksonville, FL on May 9, 2012
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    Dismiss worked great using a portable sprayer. I mixed the solution at a rate of .275 oz per gallon. This mixture was applied to many sections of my yard where weeds were growing mixed in with grass. The treatment was applied around a temperature of 90F degrees. I do not recommend applying at temperatures above 90F. Some weeds got weak in 24 hours and most showed signs of damage by 48 hours. For some weeds it took 1 week for the real effect to show up. My St. Augustine grass showed no signs it had been treated at all. The weeds died but the grass was unaffected. After treatment the grass has really started to take off. The product comes with a add on filler tube, similar to pest control mixtures, where you can accurately and safely measure the amount of product being added to your mixer. Be sure to shake up your sprayer every 10 minutes to ensure the mixture stays consistent. I applied the mixture to the yard in more of a spot treatment process than covering the whole yard. Why spray weed free grasses that are not the target? The treated section should just get wet. There is NO need to soak the ground. This product is a contact product so the roots are not the target, it is the plant above ground. Best effect was on nutsedge. Showed significant yellowing and weakness quickly. Worst effect was some form of clover. It took 2-3 weeks to show signs it was dying. We have about 15 varieties of weeds in our yard and this product killed them all. It did take a second treatment on the crab grass to fully kill it. The cost of this product seems high, but it will save you hundreds versus yard spraying service people. I decided to use my pest control experience on my yard after some clown showed up and killed most of our yard with improperly applied chemicals. Do yourself a favor and fire your yard service before they kill your lawn and leave you with just weeds. Do it yourself when you want to, how you want to, and save money in the process!

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  • 29 of 31 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  WOW!
    By Gary in LIBERTY, Missouri on July 30, 2011

    Went to my local flower seller. They sold me "Sedge Hammer." Required a product to help it stick to the plant. Between the two products: $35.00. Did an experiment: while not scientific, it told me what I needed to know. I sprayed one side of my driveway with "Dismiss," and the other side with the local product. It was amazing! Following the instructions to a 'T' on both products, the Dismiss side was dead and withered within 4 days. The local product showed no change. After two weeks, the local product made the sedge plants look sick-yet still green and present in my yard. I am sold on Dismiss for a rapid removal of this pest. I have been trying to rid the lawn in these areas for years. I now think I have the answer: Dismiss. Worth every penny.

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  • 25 of 25 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Review of Dismiss Aug 2011
    By Dr. in Fairfield County, CT on September 9, 2011
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    Had been using Sedgehammer on Yellow Nutsedge for couple of years (with surfactant); was generally successful but took several weeks to show effect. Sometimes did not work; perhaps because I occasionally held unused quantities over for several days, then using the remaining portion?; or maybe not. Blogs note Sedgehammer must be used within 4 hrs of mixing or it loses effectiveness. Seeking more responsive control, tried Dismiss, using only as a spot spray at .0275 per 1.5 gallon water. Killing effect seen in 48 hrs. Discoloration of grass seen in sprayed area(s), but this disappeared within 7-10 days. I will reduce dose in future to see if discoloration persists.

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  • 18 of 18 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Dismiss - It really works
    By Jim in Shawnee, Kansas on August 1, 2011
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    I hate nutsedge and have tried everything to get rid of it, even using RoundUp which killed my entire back yard. I have been on hand and knees with a water color brush painting it with Roundup. I have used Sedge Hammer which was fair. Now I am delighted to report that Dismiss actually works! I am thrilled. Nutsedge loves this dry hot weather and I have practically eliminated it (I missed some with my spraying). I am telling all my friends and neighbors. Expensive, but well worth it.

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  • 15 of 15 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  Dismiss Turf Herbicide
    By Vicki in Suffolk, VA on September 13, 2011
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    Our lawn guy recommended this product. He charges almost $200 for one application. I purchased the product myself, and he told me the mix ratio and I applied to my lawn myself in a 1 gallon pump sprayer. The stuff works...just make sure you apply enough on the areas. I missed some spots, so I need to re-apply. But where I did do a good job of applying...no more nut sedge weeds. I recommended your site to a co-worker so he could purchase some for his lawn.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Dismiss
    By Al in Lakeland, Florida on December 16, 2015

    It worked as expected and I was very satisfied. Please MAKE SURE you measure it very carefully and don't add "extra". I saw nothing for two days, but then it kicked in and did its job and the St. Augustine was not hurt. Expensive, but well worth it! I live in Lakeland, Florida.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  finally
    By Dave in manahawkin NJ on September 25, 2015

    I ordered the 6 oz bottle. I did my front 50 x 40 with just a tablespoon in a gallon. I used a gallon and a 1/4. All the Kyllinga turned brown and died within a week. I mowed my lawn then followed each path(line) i made with the lawnmower and sprayed with a gallon sprayer. Finally got rid of this terrible weed. Can't say enough about it. I live in Jersey and applied to my sodded lawn. I cut today a week later. The brown spots are there where I had the infestation, but the sod is already poking thru. Get this stuff if you have Kyllinga. PERIOD....

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Kills the Nutsedge
    By Caleb in Dallas, Texas on September 24, 2015

    72-96 hours after the treatment, the Nutsedge was brown and was wilting. I applied .0925 oz. / 1 Gallon and sprayed heavy on 500 sq. ft. 3 weeks later I applied again not quite as heavy just for good measure. GREAT PRODUCT!!

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  wow
    By J in KY on September 3, 2015

    Quick and deadly to green kyllinga.

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  • 4 of 5 Stars  Works great on Dwarf Mondos.
    By Lisa in Glenmora on September 2, 2015

    This thing works fast and great. I could see results within 3-4 days. However, the 4 star is from the slight discoloration on the tips of the dwarf mondos. Nutsedge and Kalinga was completely consuming my 1gal dwarf mondos (over 5000 of them). Dismiss browned them all up and made them soft and easy to remove out of the dwarf mondos.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Dismiss
    By Cloyce in Barbourville, KY on August 31, 2015

    Dismiss is the best product that I have found for Nutsedge!

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  • 4 of 5 Stars  Sedge knock out
    By Brian in Charleston, SC on August 28, 2015

    2 days after treatment my yard was 50 shades of brown. Sedge fully browned out. Some crabgrass died but most is still green and thriving. Most of the other weeds wilted over and 2 weeks later I now have large sections of my yard with no vegetation. I expected this as those sections had no grass. Stage 2 is transplanting the hybrid Bermuda to those bare spots. 4 stars for product, would have been 5 but so expensive. Took an entire bottle to treat .81 acres.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  Its good, but not perfect
    By Jason in Orlando, FL on August 25, 2015

    Sedge is a difficult weed to get rid of. As you probably know by now, you can't pull up all the roots. In fact its a complete waste of your time to try to uproot THIS weed. So, you're left trying to treat it chemically. From my experience, Glyphosate (round-up) and diquat don't kill the root system. So, even if you were to paint broad-spectrum herbicides on your sedge within your turf, you should expect to do it in another couple weeks. ...which completely sucks. So, the two leading sedge killers are: SedgeHammer (or generics) and Dismiss [I've used both]. Sedge Hammer is targeted for the homeowner and Dismiss is serious stuff targeted for the professional. Dismiss has some very serious warnings, you're not suppose to use sooner than 30 day intervals and they don't give you the concentration for a hand sprayer...as if to say it is a bad idea to hand spray. But when you are really frustrated with sedge you tend to overlook those issues and look for the sedge nuclear bomb. Dismiss yellows the sedge in 24 to 48 hours....which is satisfying. SedgeHammer takes about a week so you're left wondering if you hit the sedge or missed a spot...for a week. Dismiss was very effective against my "Globe Sedge" [at least that is what I believe it was] and much less effective against my yellow nutsedge. I'm currently on my second Dismiss treatment. I have also found it effective to stagger the application of SedgeHammer AND dismiss on the same turf area [did I mention sedge was hard to kill]. I also used Dismiss for a "high concentration" amount for a 1/2 gallon assuming I would spray that over 1000 sq ft. Dismiss was on my empire zoysia for around 48 hours without water. It browned up the zoysia -- which scared me. But, when the zoysia got some water it came right back to green. Overall, I would buy Dismiss again.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  great product
    By RL in Waterloo,Il on August 6, 2015

    Worked as described.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Great Weed Killer
    By Leslie in Milton, Florida on April 18, 2015
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    After using a bottle of Weed B Gone and a bottle of Spectricide weed killer with almost no effect on the weeds, I bought this product on a hope that it would actually kill the weeds in my lawn. After one spraying, most of the weeds were either dead or dying. After the second spraying, my yard is weed free for the first time since moving here. A word of warning, the grass, if a little weak, ( I am also fighting grubs that eat the grass roots ) it will turn the grass brown, but if you water it well for a few days, it springs right back.

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April 25, 2011 Jack asked:

QHow do I mix Dismiss for a tank sprayer or a hose end sprayer? What is the dilution per gallon?
I have 1 acre of fescue for home residence.

AThe reason that herbicides do no list a specific amount per gallon of water is because the dilution rate is different for everybody.  It depends on what equipment you are using.  The more important thing is how much of the product is placed out over 1000 square feet. 

When applying herbicides, we always recommend using calibrated equipment, rather than hose-end sprayers, to avoid uneven application or damage to desirable plants. Most herbicide labels will list how much active ingredient should be used per 1,000 square feet. To calibrate your equipment, for example, a 1 gallon sprayer, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used the entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount in 1 gallon of water. If you only use ½ gallon to cover the 1000 square feet then you mix the recommended amount on the product label in a 1/2 gallon of water.  So if an acre is basically 44,000 square feet and the product label calls for 5 ounces per acre for fescue, and you used 1 gallon to cover 1000 square feet, then you would mix 5 ounces of Dismiss in 44 gallons of water.  Ultimately, correct timing and application rates are more important than how much water is used to apply your herbicides.

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February 11, 2011 Sheri asked:

QWhat time of year can we apply Dismiss Turf Herbicide? Is it a pre emergent and a post emergent?
Can this be used as both pre emergent and post emergent product?

ADismiss Turf Herbicide is a selective post only emergent product that is meant to be used on sedge and kyllinga weeds.  It is labeled for most warm and cool season turf grasses.  Since this is a post emergent product, you should apply it whenever you see signs of sedge or other weeds as permitted on the label.  You should always read the label first to make sure it is ok to use on your type of grass. Here is a link to the Dismiss Turf Herbicide product label.

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August 23, 2011 Trent from Jacksonville, Fl asked:

QDo you know if Dismiss is rainproof and if so, how soon after I apply?
I've read the label and can't find any information about whether Dismiss is rainproof and how much time is needed before watering my grass again. I'm also not sure if I should water this treatment into my grass to help. Any ideas?

AYou do not have to water in Dismiss after application since you are applying it with water already.  If you can go 24 hours before watering then that would be ideal. Dismiss will be rainfast 4 hours after application.

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April 17, 2011 John asked:

QWhat is the shelf life of Dismiss?

ADismiss Turf Herbicide should be used within 3 years of the date of purchase to insure best results.

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May 11, 2014 Frank from Key West, Fl asked:

QHow long until I can reapply Dismiss, since all the weeds were not killed?
I applied Dismiss as directed, but not all the weeds were killed. Many browned, but about only half met their death. I would like to reapply, but I do not wish to harm my Seashore Paspalum.

AAccording to the Dismiss Turf product label, you can reapply the Dismiss 35 days after the first application to ensure no harm to your lawn and acheive better control of the hearty weeds in the lawn.

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February 4, 2016 Rod from Ocala, Fl asked:

QHow many applications of Dismiss Turf Herbicide can I make per year if you wait 35 days per application on Centipede and St. Augustine grass?

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You should not use more than 12 oz. per acre of Dismiss Turf Herbicide per year. At the application rate for St. Augustine and Centipede grass, if you do applications every 30 days or so, it will depend on how much area you are treating.

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November 10, 2015 Chris from Milledgeville, Ga asked:

QCan I use Dismiss Turf Herbicide on bahiagrass to treat for clover?

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Dismiss Herbicide is a very good product that is labeled to kill clover in bahiagrass. The mixing ratio is 0.25-0.375 fl. oz. per 1000 square feet. This will generally mix in a gallon of water. This product is also labeled for various types of other broadleaf weeds, including nutsedge, ground ivy, etc.

There is a disclaimer on the label regarding this product and bahiagrass. There may be a temporary discoloration to exposed leaf surfaces. Treated turf grass will recover with new growth. To reduce the potential for discoloration, do not apply Dismiss to turf grass that is already weak from weather, mechanical, chemical, disease or other related stress. Maintain proper culture practices such as adequate moisture and fertility levels to promote healthy turf growth.

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October 9, 2015 Lisa from Glenmora, La asked:

QIs Dismiss Turf Herbicide safe to use it on Liriopes?
Is this stuff safe to spray on Liriope without killing them?

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The product label for Dismiss Turf Herbicide does not list liriope, monkey grass, or mondo grass as tolerant to Dismiss applications. Because the label specifically indicates that applications should not be made to ornamentals, we believe that the Dismiss could harm the liriope. We do sell many herbicides that are labeled for weeds around ornamentals or to kill the liriope, but we would need more information about your situation to give an educated recommendation. You may discuss your situation with our Customer Service staff by calling 866-581-7378 M-F 9a-5p EST.

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September 3, 2015 Terry from Mt. Carmel, Illinois asked:

QIf I read the bottle of Dismiss Turf Herbicide as 6.00 oz., then how many gallons of finished solution can I make using .025 ounce per gallon of water?
Strictly looking at the decimal points this looks like 6oz would mix 240 gallon. That's a little over 27 cents per gallon. Many items cost $15.00 per gallon (Prosedge?).

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Dismiss Turf Herbicide comes in a bottle that contains 6.0 ounces of concentrate, which will cover 0.5 to 1.25 acres, depending on the weeds you are treating and the turf. Many professional herbicides will come in a size that will cover an average of one Acre (43,560 sq ft). It is important to keep in mind that your water is just a carrier, and how much water is needed to get uniform coverage will vary with your equipment and the speed at which it is moving. Therefore, it is hard to estimate exactly how many gallons of water will be used when you are covering a large area. You can break down the rate of 4-12 ounces per Acre to 0.092 to 0.275 ounces per 1,000 square feet, using adequate water to get thorough coverage of the area using your equipment.

Dismiss Herbicide will control more weed species than the Prosedge, however it may be easier to use a product like Prosedge if you only have a small area to cover.

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August 14, 2015 Aaron asked:

QCan I use Dismiss Turf Herbicide in my garden in between growing season to rid garden of nutsedge?
If not, what can I use?

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Dismiss Turf is meant more for nutsedge control in turf grass and it CANNOT be used in or near a vegetable garden or anything edible. The main product used for weeds in a vegetable garden is a RoundUp type product, like our RoundUp QuickPro product. RoundUp Professional products do not leave a residual in the soil that could possibly be soaked up by the roots of your garden. Of course you do not want to get the RoundUp on any plants you want to keep. You should only direct it at the weeds you want to eliminate.

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August 2, 2015 Keith asked:

QWhat is the full list of all grass that Dismiss Turf Herbicide can be safely used on?

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According to the product label, Dismiss Turf Herbicide can be safely used to control weeds in the following types of turf grasses:  

Bentgrass, creeping (Agrostis sp.), Bahiagrass 2 (Paspalum notatum), Bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon),  Buffalograss (Buchloe dactyloides), Carpetgrass (Axonopus affinis), Centipedegrass (Eremochloa ophuiroides), Kikuyugrass (Pennisetum clandestinum), Seashore Paspalum (Paspalum vaginatum), St.Augustinegrass (Stenotaphrum secundatum),  Zoysiagrass (Zoysia japonica), Bluegrass, Kentucky (Poa pratensis), Bluegrass, Rough (Poa trivialis), Fescue, fine (Festuca rubra), Fescue, tall (Festuca arundinacea), Ryegrass, perennial (Lolium perenne)

Please consult the product label for the application rates and timing for your specific type of grass.  

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July 27, 2015 Brian from Pataskala, Ohio asked:

Q What is the mixing rate for Dismiss Herbicide for spot spraying nutsedge?

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The mixing ratio for Dismiss Herbicide depends on the type of grass you are treating on. For cool season grasses, the rate is 0.092-0.18 fl. oz. of product per gallon of water. For warm season grasses, you will use 0.18-0.275 fl. oz. of product per gallon of water. See the product label for complete application instructions. The reason that herbicides do no list a specific amount per gallon of water is because the dilution rate is different for everybody.  It depends on what equipment you are using.  The more important thing is how much of the product is placed out over 1000 square feet. 

Most herbicide labels will list how much active ingredient should be used per 1,000 square feet. To calibrate your equipment, for example, a 1 gallon sprayer, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used the entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount in 1 gallon of water. If you only use ½ gallon to cover the 1000 square feet then you mix the recommended amount on the product label in a 1/2 gallon of water.  So if an acre is basically 44,000 square feet and the product label calls for 5 ounces per acre for fescue, and you used 1 gallon to cover 1000 square feet, then you would mix 5 ounces of Dismiss in 44 gallons of water.  Ultimately, correct timing and application rates are more important than how much water is used to apply your herbicides.

If you only need a small amount of product to control purple or yellow nutsedge, then you may want to consider Sedgehammer Herbicide, which comes in individual packets that can be diluted in 1 gallon of water at a time.

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June 22, 2015 Colleen from Fairfax, Virginia asked:

QHow long should you wait to cut the lawn before and after application of Dismiss?
I have a mixed lawn of Zoyzia and fescue. I am wondering if the grass must be cut prior to application if so then how long and well as how long should you wait to cut after application of Dismiss?

A Generally, we recommend mowing your lawn 2 days before application and no sooner than 2 days after application to mow again. 

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April 20, 2015 Ben from Cypress, Tx asked:

QMy Dismiss is no longer in solution?
My Dismiss, made in 2013 has fallen out of solution. Shaking the bottle brings it back but it immediately falls out of solution when the shaking stops. Is there anything that can be done to get it to stay in solution? Isn't this supposed to have a 3 year shelf life? If so, what happened to cause this?

A Dismiss Turf Herbicide does have a shelf life of 3 years if stored properly. Was it stored in a cool dry area?

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October 8, 2014 Mike from Wailuku, Hi asked:

QHow many ounces of Dismiss Turf Herbicide per gallon of water?

A The reason that herbicides do no list a specific amount per gallon of water is because the dilution rate is different for everybody.  It depends on what equipment you are using.  The more important thing is how much of the product is placed out over 1000 square feet. 

When applying herbicides, we always recommend using calibrated equipment, rather than hose-end sprayers, to avoid uneven application or damage to desirable plants. Most herbicide labels will list how much active ingredient should be used per 1,000 square feet. To calibrate your equipment, for example, a 1 gallon sprayer, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used the entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount in 1 gallon of water. If you only use ½ gallon to cover the 1000 square feet then you mix the recommended amount on the product label in a 1/2 gallon of water.  So if an acre is basically 44,000 square feet and the product label calls for 5 ounces per acre for fescue, and you used 1 gallon to cover 1000 square feet, then you would mix 5 ounces of Dismiss in 44 gallons of water.  Ultimately, correct timing and application rates are more important than how much water is used to apply your herbicides.

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