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.




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 oz. Fusilade  +  .5 oz surfactant

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

25 gallons water + 16 oz. Fusilade + .5 pint surfactant

50 gallons water + 32 oz. Fusilade + 1 pint surfactant

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  • 31 of 33 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Expensive but Works!
    By Roger in Ooltewah, Tennessee on 09/01/2011
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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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  • 19 of 21 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  A great Herbicide for grasses
    By Harold in Seattle, WA on 06/06/2011
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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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  • 17 of 20 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Fusilade II for Torpedo grass
    By Russll in Lske City, Florida on 07/13/2012
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    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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  • 14 of 17 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Bermuda control
    By Richard in Lake Wyliw, SC on 06/17/2011
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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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  • 11 of 13 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Zoysia application rate
    By Bh in Tampa FL on 10/15/2014

    bought product to control weeds and misc grasses on a Zoysia lawn in W Central Florida. Applied at .5 oz per gallon. Probably applied too heavy? Both zoysia and weeds are still stunted and turning yellow after 3 weeks.....recovery of zoysia is TBD. It is not clear on the label what rate to apply on a zoysia lawn. Can anybody help with the application rate for a healthy zoysia lawn?

    Expert Response   Expert response:
    Fusilade II is not labeled for use on home lawns. In other zoysia turf areas, the product label states: "Over-spray Zoysia: Application should be made at a rate of 3-4 fl oz/A with Fusilade II Turf and Ornamental Herbicide, and a nonionic surfactant. Applications should be made in late spring (around June 1) and repeated about every 28-30 days. Latesummer application can be reduced to 2-3 fl oz/A as bermudagrass is preparing for dormancy. During hot summer weather the rates could be increased to 4-5 fl oz/A. Note: The 5 fl oz rate could cause temporary turf discoloration."

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Fusilade II Herbicide
    By Roger in Lutz, Florida on 07/11/2017

    My recent experience was great with Do My Own Pest Control. They were quick to resolve any issues that I had. Will buy from them again.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Torpedo Death
    By Jp in Tampa, FL on 07/05/2017

    This product works well. It takes 7 days to show yellowing on the leaves. It has a specific target and does not bother other weeds.

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  • 0 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Not sure yet!
    By Tracy in Cambridge, MD on 03/10/2017

    Haven't used it yet. Transaction and shipping was very fast. Website was easy to use!

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  • 2 of 10 people found this review helpful:

    3 of 5 stars  Paspalum vs tifeagle
    By Jake in Philippines on 11/20/2015

    I've alredy read all your reviews and product info.It is possible to eradicate tifeagle bermuda grass without damaging seashore paspalum?

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  • 4 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Kills sand burs
    By Jonathan in Dallas, TX on 10/19/2015

    We bought this specifically to kill out sand burs and that's what it does. We're using it in combo with pre-emergents and glyphosate, hopefully we'll bring the situation under control next spring/

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  • 8 of 8 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Works great!!!
    By Lisa in Knoxville, TN on 08/31/2015

    I mixed the Fusilade w/surfactant per the label instructions and applied it to my lawn 8 days ago with a garden sprayer. Already the Bermuda grass has yellowed and looks dead. I will reapply in 20 more days just to make sure and then reseed in 14 days. The fescue seems to have survived quite well.

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  • 8 of 8 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Fusilade II
    By Gary in Escondido, CA on 08/29/2015

    As advertised the product is killing burmuda grass in my rose beds. I have an old lawn and the grass in unwanted areas has always been a problem. The product was recommended by a friend and along with the spreader is working and cleaning out the burmuda grass.

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  • 5 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Fusilade II Herbicide
    By Gene in Franklin, TN on 07/09/2015

    Received from DoMyOwnPestControl before expected date: rate the team a 5. Have applied one time and Bermuda dying, fescue surviving with some noticeable color loss. Happy at this point. Computing mixture instructions could be made much easier.

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  • 7 of 9 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Wintercreeper
    By David in Nashville Tennessee on 07/06/2015

    Used a 1% solution with the recommended non- ionic surfactant over the top of the winter creeper ground cover two weeks ago. It's been a slow death to the unwanted broadleaf weeds. The winter creeped tolerated the Fusilade without any discoloration. I will probably spray other areas with a 1.5% solution next application.

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  • 8 of 9 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  kills grass in shrubs
    By Mike in Marine City, Mi on 09/02/2014
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    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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08/07/2011 Josh from Largo, Fl

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.

29 of 30 people found this answer helpful.
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04/10/2011 Teresa

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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05/21/2015 Harold from Bakersfield, Ca

QI want kill Bermuda in el toro zoysia. The directions look to be a mix of 2.5 oz to 3.0 oz per acre and add a surfactant, but not sure of amount. Also, it is suggested to apply about June 1st. I live in Bakersfield, CA. Am I to apply more than once, and how long between applications?

AFusilade II Herbicide can be used to remove Bermuda grass from zoysia grass when used at reduced rates. Applications should be made around June 1st per 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.
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.

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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05/14/2013 Jamie from Kalaheo, Hi

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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07/25/2011 Gail

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.

18 of 20 people found this answer helpful.
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Most Recent Customer Questions

03/19/2017 Vicki from Perth, Australia

QHow long do I have to wait to let my dogs out after applying Fusilade II Herbicide?

A

Pets need to be kept out of the area while Fusilade II is being applied, but can safely return as soon as everything is fully dry.†

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02/23/2017 Anne from Herndon, Va

QHow do I kill Bermuda grass in turf type tall fescue?
I hate bermuda grass and makes my lawn look like it has mange. I am on a quest to get rid of the Bermuda and I need your help. Please help me.

A

Fusilade II can be used to get rid of Bermuda grass in tall fescue.† You will also need to add a nonionic surfactant for best results.† Please be advised that Bermuda grass is extremely difficult to control and you will likely need to make several applications.†

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02/03/2017 Hector from San Jose, Ca

QI used 4ml of Fusilade and 1oz of Kinetic Non-Ionic Surfactant to get rid of Bermuda grass, and my Kentucky blue/Fescue grass died 6 weeks after.
The grass died at first frost 6 weeks after application. 1000sq ft. Would the Fusilade or Kinetic make the lawn more susceptible to frost damage? The Bermudagrass died within 2 weeks.

A

We are not aware of either product making grass more susceptible to frost damage, but†Fusilade II Herbicide†is a grass killer and is not labeled as safe to apply to Kentucky Bluegrass. †While it is labeled for removing bermudagrass, this is only in Tall Fescue and Zoysia Lawns. † It does state on the product label that it is not for use on home lawns as well. †We would recommend reseeding the area.

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01/29/2017 Leonard from Glendora, Ca

QCan Fusilade II be used on Kurupia (Lippia nodiflora) ?
I have an established lawn (13 months) of Kurapia (Lippia nodiflora) in So. California. Kurapia is relatively new in California but is becoming popular to it's drought resistant properties and appearance. It is doing well except for some weeds. I've tried spot treating with Roundup but it is not effective long term. Once I get these weeds under control I will treat with a pre-emergent (Prodiamine 65WDG).

A

Fusilade II Herbicide is a grassy weed control herbicide, so it is not safe for use around most types of grasses. Since Kurapia is not listed as tolerant on the product label, we would not recommend using the Fusilade II Herbicide on this groundcover. If you are going to test it for tolerance, we would recommend testing a small area first.†If you would like to let us know what specific weeds you are targeting, then we could at least suggest a produce that would control those plants, even if the Kurapia may not tolerate it. You may also want to check with your local Cooperative Extension office for assistance with what herbicides it may be able to tolerate. Since this is a newer type of groundcover, it probably will take some time before it is listed on herbicide labels.

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12/30/2016 Thomas from Tamaqua, Pa

QCan I use Fusilade II Herbicide over my established day lilies that have wild strawberries?

A

You can use Fusilade II Herbicide for over-the-top applications to established daylilies, but Fusilade targets grassy weeds only and will not kill the wild strawberry. Products that will kill the wild strawberry could also potentially harm the daylilies, so you would need to make directed applications, taking care to avoid the desirable plants, or you can remove the strawberry by hand. You could use a non-selective such as RoundUp QuikPro or a broadleaf herbicide such as Fertilome Weed-Out with Trimec for this application, taking care to cover and/or avoid the lilies or other desirable flowers.

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12/09/2016 Miguel from San Diego, Ca

QIs Fusilade ll the right treatment?
I have an embankment with red apple as ground cover. Bermuda and rye are taking over.

A

Fusilade II can be applied to ground covers including Aptenia cordifolia (Hearts and Flowers-Red Apple) to eliminate grasses including Bermuda and Rye. Please refer to the product label for complete mixing and application instructions.

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10/31/2016 Limous from Ocala

QCan Fusilade II Herbicide be used to kill Lantana?

A

Yes, Fusilade II Herbicide is labeled for several varities of lantana. Please let us know if we can assist you any further.

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10/26/2016 Fred from Panama City, Fl

QWill Fusilade II Herbicide harm woody plants?
We need to kill torpedo grass, but have woody plants in the area. As such, will Fusilade harm Knockout roses, Crape Myrtle, or Camelia Japonica?

A

Fusilade II Herbicide is safe to use over crepe myrtle, camelia, and many types of roses when used according to the product label. Be careful only to use a non-ionic surfactant and not a crop oil concentrate when applying Fusilade over the top of ornamentals.

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10/22/2016 Conner from Kingsport, Tn

QWhen can I reseed after using Fusilade?

A

Fusilade II Herbicide†states on the product label:†For established turf, do not reseed desirable 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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10/15/2016 John from Abilene, Tx

QIs Fusilade safe to use on milkweed (Asclepias spp)?
I am going to use this product with a surfactant to control small patches of bermuda (tiff 419) cropping up in raised beds of native milkweed (Asclepias speciosa, tuberosa, and eriocarpa). Is it safe around milkweed (I am assuming so since it is a flowering perennial)?. Thanks in advance.

A

Fusilade II Herbicide†does not list milkweed on the product label†as a tolerable species to applications. †We recommend contacting Syngenta 866-796-4368 to confirm that Fusilade II could be used on it.

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