Fusilade II Herbicide

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Fusilade II Herbicide

Fusilade II Turf and Ornamental herbicide is a selective post emergent herbicide that controls a long list of perennial and annual grass weeds in turf and landscaped areas. Not only is Fusilade II fast and effective, but it can be applied as a spot treatment or an over the top application without damaging ornamental plants. It can also be used to remove bermuda grass from tall fescue and zoysia grass when used at reduced rates. Fusilade II can stand up to rain after only 1 hour of application.

It is recommended that a non-ionic surfactant be used when applying Fusilade II.


Active Ingredient: Fluazifop-P-butyl 24.5%
Target pests: For control of of grass weeds in landscaped areas, roadsides, nurseries, greenhouses, flower beds, groundcovers, interiorscapes, parks, sports fields, golf courses, commercial & residential areas. For a full list of grassy weeds Fusilade II treats, please see the product label.
Application:
Pet safe: Yes, when used as directed.
NOT FOR SALE TO: NY
Manufactured By: Syngenta



Fusilade II works fast, moving quickly into the shoots, roots, rhizomes, stolons and growing points of the treated plants.

Weed growth is soon arrested, and within just one week there will be loss of vigor, yellow and/or reddening, and eventual death of the treated grass weeds.

 

Usage chart for spot treatments:

1 gallon water  +   .75 fl oz of Fusilade  +   .5 oz surfactant

10 gallons water   +   6.5 fl oz Fusilade   +   3 oz surfactant

25 gallons water   +   1 pint Fusilade  +   .5 pint surfactant

50 gallon water   +    1 qt Fusilade   +   1 pint surfactant

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  • 11 of 11 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Fusilade II on Bermuda in St. Augustine (floritam sod)
    By Steve on January 13, 2012
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    Southwest Florida resident: As I've read on some websites you need to definitely use VERY little of this product in a gallon of water (spot spraying) to kill Bermuda grass that is growing in your nice St. Augustine lawn. 1.5 - 2 teaspoons OR .3 ozs + 2 teaspoons sticker per gallon of water seems to be plenty as within 2 weeks it is noticeably dead in appearance and the St. Augustine is mildly affected, but in excellent condition. I will respray as advised by others at the 30 day mark. And then a repeat 30 days after that if needed. Then monitor over time and repeat as necessary. Referencing the above 30 day mark and including new test areas I will be adding approx 2 teaspoons of Turflon Ester to the mix as Fusilade II + Turflon Ester has been suggested by some in certain websites as the death blow to Bermuda in your St. Augustine without impacting your St. Augustine in a negative way. My suggestion is to pick out a couple test areas for yourself and start with even less amounts than I've indicated here and prove it to yourself. You can always increase the dosage to the level I've indicated here, but do give it at least 2 weeks to see the ultimate results of your test. This bermuda is nasty stuff in St. Augustine. Excellent product!

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  • 8 of 9 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  A great Herbicide for grasses
    By Harold on June 6, 2011
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    After early research on Fusilade in the 80s with UCCE in CA for crop use, I (aswell as my friends) now find it useful in my flower garden for selective control of annoying annual and perennial grass in Seattle's wonderful gardening climate. But it doesn't control annual bluegrass or fescues. It has some odor so wear plastic gloves. It takes more than a week to get control, but rest after that week. Prompt shipping by this online company.

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  • 8 of 9 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Expensive but Works!
    By Roger on September 1, 2011
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    I use Fusilade II to kill the bermuda and crab grass growing in a large bed in which I'm trying to get Periwinkle (vinca minor) to take over as the predominant ground cover. I mixed the Fusilade with a spreader/sticker/penetrant called Cadence made by KALO, Inc. I oversprayed the Periwinkle and grass with the mix and (you have to be patient) after about 5 to 7 days the grass was dead and gone and the Periwinkle was untouched.

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  • 7 of 8 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  Fusilade II for Torpedo grass
    By Russll on July 13, 2012

    I recently received Fusilade and have tried it in spot areas to se if it effects the flowers planted in the same areas. So far it is working well. It was recommended by our County Extension Agent.

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  • 6 of 7 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Bermuda control
    By Richard on June 17, 2011
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    After first application mixed with Ester, the Bermuda has taken a hit. The second application a month later is coming up.

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  • 4 of 5 Stars  kills grass in shrubs
    By Mike on September 2, 2014

    If you are tired of pulling grassy weeds from your low growing shrubs, this product will do the trick. Not cheap, but saves a lot of hand weeding.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  works on bermuda and crabgrass
    By S. on July 14, 2014

    This is my second bottle, I had real problem with bermuda taking over front yard. Used roundup and did it three different times 2 yrs. ago. Reseeded the area and last yr the bermuda was back. Saw this product and tried it last yr., it killed the bermuda roots and all hasn't came back in that area. Works on growing crabgrass too. "Two thumbs up"

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Zenith Zoysia vs Bermuda
    By Francisco on July 13, 2014

    This is a must have herbicide if you are growing a zoysia lawn from seed (or you have a neighbor with bermuda). If you previously had a little bermuda grass, then you will have a ton before the seed can germinate. I combined it with Turflon Ester to reduce injury to my desired grass while killing the bermuda. I only use .1 oz/gallon (with .25 oz/gal Turflon) application so this should last me a while. Expect stunt growth on zoysia for about a couple weeks and multiple applications since bermuda never stops invading.

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  • 2 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  AND Free Shipping
    July 17, 2013

    I forgot to add that not only was it offered at a great price, shipping was free! Thank you so much for making it easy!

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  • 3 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Great product Fantastic Price
    July 17, 2013

    Unfortunately, I have used this twice since I got it and it has poured rain afterwards for days, so though I can see some results, I think the rain certainly diluted it. Shame too because it is expensive. BUT, this was 30 dollars less than I am able to get it at my local store. My landscapers have used this for me before with good results, but this is something that needs to be applied about 10 days apart to get the best lasting results. I like that I can overspray in most of my plants with no harm to them. I am not over spraying on veggies or fruit trees as I'm not sure if it will affect them. If anybody knows, please post. I will use this site again. It was very easy, great price, great product and was shipped very quickly. I also told my landscapers about the site as it was an even better price than they could get here locally.

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  • 1 of 15 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 Stars  Waste of money!!!
    By Linda on April 17, 2013
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    Did not work well at all!!!! Followed instructions, but SOOOOO MANY weeds did NOT die!!!! I will still need to hire somebody to hand pick all those weeds! Disappointing considering how expensive it is.

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  • 2 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Hard to find chemcials
    By Steve on February 23, 2013
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    As usual, the service was smooth and fast and I was able to get some chemicals that aren't easy to find in my area. I have used Do My Own several times and never been disappointed.

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Nothing Else Gets Bermuda Grass
    By Rhonda on October 27, 2012

    The active ingredient in Fusilade is very effective against Bermuda Grass and moderately effective (but the best there is) agains Johnson Grass. Fusilade is cheaper than Roundup because even for Bermuda you use less to the gallon even with the cost of the surfectant added in. And it is grass-specific -- it won't kill your favorite rose if a drop drifts onto it, as Roundup will. But read the label -- some non-grass plants are a bit susceptible to it. This is the best deal on Fusilade I found and I like the new container. Even though I live in a big agricultural area, DoMyOwnPestControl's price was less than any I found here and much less than any other Web source. It arrived promptly and well packed, mostly in biodegradable shredded cardboard.

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  • 3 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Great Grass-Specific Herbicide
    By Curt on October 1, 2012

    Fusilade kills grass without harming broad-leafed plants. It is perfect for eliminating grass that has invaded flower beds. Crabgrass is especially vulnerable to Fusilade; so, you can mix a dilute batch to kill crabgrass and not harm a fescue lawn. You can get the same herbicide in Grass-B-Gone, pre-mixed in a spray bottle, but it is really expensive.

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  • 0 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    2 of 5 Stars  Fusilade in Floratam
    By Mike on March 28, 2012

    I applied Fusilade II to bermuda growing in my Floratam yars, using the recommended dosage (two teaspoons per gallon of water) sited by Steve from Cape Coral. It is not "mildly affecting" the Floratam, but killing a lot of it! Thanks for the crappy advice! It does appear to be knocking out the bermuda, but now I'll have to re-sod that part of the lawn that I treated. Fortunately, I didn't do the whole yard (about 12,000 sq ft). I sure as heck won't put an Turfon Ester on it!

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April 10, 2011 Teresa asked:

QWhen is the best time to apply Fusilade II to a fine fescue lawn to get rid of Bermuda grass?
We have three or four spots of Bermuda grass in our lawn and we would like to eliminate them, or at least minimize them as much as possible. 1. When is the best time/times to apply Fusilade II? 2. What is the best concentration to apply for this purpose to minimize damage to the fescue, which we want? Thanks very much!

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This is directly off of the product label:

Apply 0.07-0.14 oz/1000 sq. ft. (3-6 oz./A) along with 0.25% v/v (1/2 pt./25 gals.) of a nonionic surfactant. Application should be made every 28 days when the grass weeds are actively growing. The higher rates may result in temporary discolorization of the desirable turf with recovery in 10-14 days. Do not apply to desirable turf which is under stress. For best results, make applications in spring and fall and avoid treatments during July and August.
Complete control of undesirable grass may take 1-2 growing seasons.

We also recommend calling your local county extension office as they usually know the optimum times for spraying lawns in your area. 

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August 7, 2011 Josh from Largo, Fl asked:

QIs Fusilade II safe to spray on Liriope or will it kill the Liriope as well?

ALiriope is listed on the Fusilade II label as an ornamental that it can be applied over and it should not kill the Liriope.

8 of 9 people found this answer helpful.
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June 3, 2012 P.s. from Haughton, La asked:

QHow do I get rid of Centipede and/or Soyia grass from my Jasmine and low lying Juniper?
I am fighting a losing battle against my grass wanting to grow into my flower beds. I have pulled till my fingers bleed, but the grass keeps coming back. I am not real sure the exact species of grass I have, but I have narrowed it down to either Centipede or Soyia. I would like to know if their is an herbicide I can use to control this issue, and put my fingers on the mend.

AFusilade II is a selective herbicide for application over flowers, bushes and ornamentals that kills grass and grassy weeds in your flower bed and ornamental planting areas.  You should mix a surfactant with it.  It typically takes 2 weeks to see results after application.

5 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
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July 25, 2011 Gail asked:

QWill Over The Top kill torpedo grass without killing shrubs?

AOver the top is not labeled for torpedo grass.  Torpedo grass is an invasive grass species that is very difficult to get rid of.  However, we do sell a professional version of over the top called Fusilade II which is labeled for torpedo grass and is what we recommend.  It is meant for the same purpose and that is for killing grasses out of your landscaped beds.  Please read the product label to make sure it is labeled for use around the type of shrubs that you have.

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May 14, 2013 Jamie from Kalaheo, Hi asked:

QHow many oz. of Fusilade per gallon of water?

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Apply 0.07-0.14 oz/1000 sq. ft. (3-6 oz./A) along with 0.25% v/v (1/2 pt./25 gals.) of a nonionic surfactant. Application should be made every 28 days when the grass weeds are actively growing. The higher rates may result in temporary discoloration of the desirable turf with recovery in 10-14 days. Do not apply to desirable turf which is under stress. For best results, make applications in spring and fall and avoid treatments during July and August.
Complete control of undesirable grass may take 1-2 growing seasons.

Keep in mind for herbicides the amount of water is not important. What is important is getting the correct amount of product, over the correct amount of area. Mark off 1000 sq/ft and fill your sprayer tank with only water. Spray as if you were covering the area with the herbicide. However many gallons it takes you to cover that area is how many gallons to mix the product with. Everyone's walking speed and how heavily they spray is different, which is why whether you use 2 gallons or 8 gallons of water to cover 1000 sq/ft, you are correct.

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Most Recent Customer Questions

November 6, 2014 David from Culver City Ca asked:

QCan I tank mix Fusilade II with Docket DF?

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As long as no unfavorable results occur when mixing the two products together, and no harmful effects occur when spot treating an inconspicuous area of your turf, then the tank mixing is fine to do. 

Per the Docket DF Product Label: 

The required amount of Docket DF should be added slowly into the spray tank during filling. When tank mixing other products with Docket DF, follow the proper sequence of adding products to the spray tank. Add wettable powders or water dispersible granules such as Docket DF to the water in the tank first, followed by floable products, then emulsifiable concentrates. Provide sufficient mechanical or bypass agitation during mixing application.

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October 15, 2014 Mike from Winchester, Ca asked:

QHow soon after spraying Fusilade II in my lawn to control bermudagrass can I plant new grass?

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Per the Fusilade II product label instructions by the manufacturer:

 

For established turf, do not reseed desired grasses to treated areas for 14 days following the application. For bare ground areas which have been treated, wait 30 days to reseed.

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October 11, 2014 Ed from Tampa, Florida asked:

QCan this product be safely applied over Muehlenbeckia Axillaris?

A The Fusilade II Herbicide does not mention the effects on Muehlenbeckia Axillaris. Although, Muehlenbeckia Axillaris is a low creeping groundcover and Fusilade II is used for the control of grass weeds in landscape areas, roadsides, nurseries, greenhouses, flower beds, and groundcovers. Therefore, we believe it would be safe but we would recommend contacting the manufacturer, Syngenta for further advice.

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September 10, 2014 Paul from High Point, Nc asked:

QCan Fusilade II be applied to areas that have been over seeded with fescue?

A Fusilade II Herbicide can be applied 14 days after overseeding. Please let us know if you have any questions.

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August 31, 2014 Mike from Valrico, Fl asked:

QSunshine Mimosa
I have a large patch of Sunshine Mimosa that has weed grass and a few other weeds. Will Fusilade hurt the Sunshine Mimosa. Thank you.

A Sunshine Mimosa is not labeled as tolerant on the Fusilade label.  If you can tell us what type of weeds you have, we can try to make a better recommendation for you.

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June 26, 2014 Ron from United States asked:

QFusilade or Acclaim to get rid of centipede in zorro Zoysia lawn in coastal North Carolina

A Nor, Fusilade or Acclaim are labeled to kill Centipede. It is hard to find a product that will kill Centipede in Zoysia. You could spot treat with Roundup. Another option, would be to contact you Cooperative Extension Office and speak with the Master Gardener.

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June 20, 2014 Marg from Houston, Tx asked:

QUse of Fusilade II Herbicide on St Augustine in controlling Bermuda
How safe and if OK, which mixture option would apply for st augustine

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Fusilade II can only be used to remove bermuda grass from Tall Fescue and ZoysiaG rass when used at reduced rates but it is not labeled for use on St Augustine grass so we cannot recommend it for this use. We are not aware of a product that is labeled to remove Bermuda grass from St Augustine. 
Unfortunately Bermuda grass is so closely related to St. Augustine grass that there is nothing that will remove Bermuda from St. Augustine and not hurt the Bermuda as well.  In your situation it is recommended to spot treat the Bermuda with GlyPhoSel Pro and kill it directly, and then replant St. Augustine in those areas.

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May 28, 2014 Phillip from Nc asked:

QWill Fusilade II Herbicide kill Rutledge

A Fusilade II Herbicide is not labeled to treat Rutledge.  We are not familiar with that specific weed. Are you referring to Tumble weed?

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May 21, 2014 Dennis from Lenior City, Tn asked:

QCan Basagam be used to control weeds & grasses in Blue rug junipers_

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Fusilade II is a selective herbicide for application over flowers, bushes and ornamentals that kills grass and grassy weeds in your flower bed and ornamental planting areas.  You should mix a surfactant with it.  It typically takes 2 weeks to see results after application.

We will need to know what kind of broadleaf weed you are dealing with so we can recommend the correct product for that need. If you need help identifying the weeds you can call your local cooperative extension office and ask to speak to the master gardener on staff and he/she should be able to help you make the identification and in most cases even recommend the best product for the job. Below you will find a link to help you find your local cooperative extension office:

http://www.csrees.usda.gov/Extension/index.html

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May 18, 2014 Sheila asked:

QIs Fusilade safe to use on a garden? We have okra, corn, cucumbers and onions.

A Fusilade should not be applied to anything edible. Please contact us at 866.581.7378 for a product recommendation. We will need to know what type of grassy or broadleaf weeds you are targeting to offer the best product for your needs.

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