Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide

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Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide

Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide is a selective post-emergent systemic herbicide that will provide an excellent control over unwanted grasses in and around groundcovers, shrubs, trees, landscape beds, container yards and grower nursery fields. It’s a specially formulated liquid herbicide that uses Fluazifop-P-butyl as its active ingredient to help control unwanted annual grasses and perennial grasses such as panicum, crabgrass, goosegrass, foxtail, sandbur, barnyardgrass, bermudagrass, quackgrass, torpedograss and johnsongrass. It also offers selective removal of bermudagrass without injury to tall fescue and zoysia turf. It can treat a majority of ornamentals on the label with “over-the-top” application. It may be used around newly-ermeging plants as well as transplants and it guarantees fast and efficient action. Comes with a mini bottle of surfactant.




APPLICATION DIRECTIONS:

Do not apply ORNAMEC herbicide if rainfall is expected within 1 hour.

ALWAYS ADD A NONIONIC SURFACTANT containing at least 75% surface wetting agent at 0.25% vol./vol. (8 fl. oz. per 25 gallons) of finished spray volume.

SPOT TREATMENTS TO CONTROL GRASS IN ORNAMENTALS, NURSERIES AND LANDSCAPING AREAS

Mix ORNAMEC and only a nonionic surfactant with water according to the amounts shown below. Spray to obtain thorough coverage, but do not spray to runoff. Re-treat if necessary.

ANNUAL AND PERENNIAL GRASS CONTROL RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Use 64 to 96 fl. oz. of ORNAMEC herbicide per acre and 0.25% vol./vol. (8 fl. oz. per 25 gallons) of a nonionic surfactant. For perennial grasses, use 96 fl. oz. of ORNAMEC per acre per application and three applications will be needed.
  • Spray to obtain thorough coverage of grass foliage, but not to runoff. Repeat treatments may be necessary to provide full season control.
  • Use standard pesticide hollow cone or flat fan nozzles.
  • Apply ORNAMEC herbicide to actively growing grasses before they exceed the recommended growth stages shown below.
  • Do not apply ORNAMEC herbicide to grasses which are stressed due to moisture, temperature, low soil fertility, mechanical or chemical injury.
  • Do not apply to grasses which have tillered, formed seedheads, or exceeded recommended growth stages.
  • Apply ORNAMEC herbicide when the first grass species in a mixed grass weed population reaches the recommended growth stage for treatment.

BERMUDAGRASS CONTROL IN ZOYSIAGRASS AND TALL FESCUE TURF:
ORNAMEC may also be used to suppress and eventually control some undesirable grasses in turf areas. To control common bermudagrass and hybrid bermudagrass, follow the directions below:

Bermudagrass Control in Zoysiagrass:

Late Spring: Apply 12 to 16 fluid ounces of this product per acre with a nonionic surfactant. This application should be made around June 1 and repeated at 28 to 30 days. For spot treatments use 0.3 fluid ounce (2 teaspoons) of this product and 0.3 fluid ounce (2 teaspoons) of nonionic surfactant in one gallon of water to treat 1,000 square feet.

Mid Summer:During hot summer weather use 16 to 20 fluid ounces of product per acre with a nonionic surfactant. For spot treatments use 0.4 fluid ounces (2.5 teaspoons) of this product and 0.3 fluid ounce (2 teaspoons) of nonionic surfactant in one gallon of water to treat 1,000 square feet. NOTE: The 20 fluid ounce rate could cause temporary turf discoloration.

Late Summer: When bermudagrass is preparing for dormancy use 8 to 12 fluid ounces of this product per acre with a nonionic surfactant. For spot treatments use 0.25 fluid ounces (1.5 teaspoons) of this product with 0.3 fluid ounce (2 teaspoons) of nonionic surfactant in one gallon of water to treat 1,000 square feet.

Bermudagrass Control in Tall Fescue:

Apply 20 to 24 fluid ounces of product per acre. For spot treatment use 0.5 fluid ounce (1 tablespoon) of this product with 0.3 fluid ounce (2 teaspoons) of nonionic surfactant in one gallon of water to treat 1,000 square feet. The first application should be made in early spring (April/May) when bermudagrass is breaking dormancy.The second application should be during September/October when bermudagrass is preparing for dormancy. Applications during the hot months of summer should be avoided.

NOTE: This application will show slight discoloration to desirable turfgrass. Desirable grasses should recover within 10 to 14 days. Weather and cultural treatments can also affect applications. Use a minimum spray volume of 30 gallons of water per acre.

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  • 7 of 7 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Fine product, fine service
    By Tom in Waxhaw, NC on 09/15/2015

    Bought this to knock down bermuda in a tall fescue lawn. Very quick acting, very pleased. On another note, shipment arrived having leaked out of bottle, through packaging, and the USPS had contained it in a plastic bag. I lost about 1/3 of the product. When I notofied DMOPC about it, they had another in shipment that same day, gratis. Very fine service, much appreciated.

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  • 6 of 6 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Great product
    By Dan in Sarasota, FL on 12/06/2015

    Tried a couple of other products that did not work. Although this takes a few days to actually see it working, you can see the bermuda drying up and dying without hurting my zoysia grass. Great product. Applied as directed with gallon sprayer.

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    3 of 5 stars  Still waiting
    By Doug in Bristol, TN on 06/16/2016

    I measured off my yard according to directions and applied the chemical in 1000 sq ft areas as directions stated. I have a few areas where the Bermuda grass is dying but some areas look healthy and seem to be thriving. I'm waiting another week to see if anything starts to happen in those areas before I can be sure that the Oramec is working as expected. As expected, it has yellowed my fescue lawn, add drought conditions and high temperatures to that, my yard looks horrible now. If this will control the Bermuda grass, I'll live with that side affect until it starts raining again.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Kill Bermuda
    By T. in Dalton ga on 10/15/2016

    Best yet. Slow but sure. Use on fescue early spring and spot all the time. Might take two years to get all of the bermuda

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03/21/2015 Jim from Great Bend, Ks

QI have a 1/3 acre yard with tall Fescue that has Bermuda mixed in. How would I mix this in a 2 gallon sprayer?

AIf you are wanting to control bermudagrass in tall Fescue grass, you will use 0.3 fl. oz. of Gordons Ornamec Over the Top Grass Herbicide and 0.3 fl. oz. of non-ionic surfactant in at least a gallon of water. This will cover 1000 sq. ft. In 2 gallons of water, you will use 0.6 fl. oz of Gordons Ornamec Over the Top Grass Herbicide and 0.3 fl. oz of non-ionic surfactant. When using herbicides, it is important that you use the right amount of product per 1000 sq. ft. Water is just a carrier.

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04/25/2015 Tim from Valencia, Pa

QWill ornamec kill wild strawberry plants in flower beds?

AGordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide will kill strawberry in ornamental beds. 

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07/16/2015 Robert from Durham Nc

QWill Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide kill monkey grass?

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The product label for Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide states that it can be applied to liriope (another name for monkey grass), meaning that it is safe to apply to that type of vegetation and should not harm it.  

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07/20/2015 Bruce from Fort Myers, Fl

QCan Gordons Ornamec Over-the-Top Grass Herbicide be used to kill bermuda grass in an established St. Augustine lawn?

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No, Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide is not safe to use in St. Augustine grass. 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 St Augustine as well.  In your situation it is recommended to spot treat the Bermuda with a non-selective glyphosate product and kill it directly, and then replant St. Augustine in those areas. 

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06/13/2015 Connie from Western Slope Colorado

QWill it kill daisies,chrysanthemums, dill, lettuce, tomatoes, kale, fruit trees?

AGordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide will not harm the flowers, but could harm the veggies. 

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Most Recent Customer Questions

09/25/2016 Don from Easton, Md

QHow soon before I can spray with Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide after over-seeding my yard with Kentucky 31 grass seed?

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It is recommended that you wait until the seed has germinated and the lawn has been mowed at least 3 times before applying Gordons Ornamec Over The Top Grass Herbicide.

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09/13/2016 Peggy from Crapo, Md

QHow long must I wait after spraying Gordons Ornamec Over-The- Top Grass Herbicide for bermudagrass in fescue before I can overseed the areas that were sprayed?

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You would want to wait at least 6 - 8 weeks to either re-seed or overseed after using Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicidce.†

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08/28/2016 Steve from Houston, Tx

QCan I apply Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide in landscaped area?
I have Bermuda growing in landscaping in low evergreen shrubs. I think the shrubs are a variety of cedar.

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Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide can be applied around listed established varieties of evergreens and cedar shrubs and controls grassy weeds including Bermuda.

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08/16/2016 Jared from Dunwoody, Ga

QWhich product is better for removing Bermuda out of Tall Fescue Grass in Georgia?

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Bermuda would be considered a grassy weed, so you need a product that is geared towards grassy weeds and not broadleaf weeds.† We want to be clear that bermuda can be suppressed, but it is VERY difficult to kill completely.† It will take multiple treatments to finally kill it.† But†Fusilade II†is usually the go to product for this issue.†

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.

Gordons Ornamec Over the Top Grass Herbicide can be used along with a surfactant†in Tall Fescue lawns to control Bermuda. Applications should not be made in the hot summer months. The first application should be made in April/May and second application in September/October. Please refer to page 2 of the product label for details on this application to your lawn.

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07/28/2016 James from Kingston, Tn

QHow can I kill johnsongrass in my daylilies?
I have several hundred daylilies set out in a fence row along a driveway. Johnson grass has started to appear in the last two years. I need a herbicide that will kill it without killing the daylilies. Thanks

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You can use a grass killer such as Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide to kill johnsongrass around established daylilies. Ornamec will control Annual Johnsongrass seedlings (sorghum halepense) when 2 to 8 inches tall, before tillering or heading. It will control perennial rhizome johnsongrass that is 8 to 18 inches tall and before booted stage, per the product label. You may need multiple applications for more mature plants. We also suggest using a pre-emergent herbicide in the future for the best control of Jonhsongrass and many other difficult weeds. Prodiamine 65 WDG is safe to use around most turf and ornamentals.

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04/09/2016 Frank from Leesport, Pa

QIs Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide safe to use on a lawn with Ryegrass and Kentucky bluegrass?
I have torpedo or bermuda grass that is interdispersed throughout the lawn and increasing.

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Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide will kill grasses that it's applied to, so it would damage your desirable turf. Solitare†would be a better option to treat for Torpedo Grass in a Blugrass and Ryegrass lawn.

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03/28/2016 Jesus from Katy

QIs Ornamec safe to use on St. Augustine grass?
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Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide is not for use in any type of lawn. †It is for in and around groundcovers, shrubs, trees, landscape beds, container yards and grower nursery fields to kill grasses, so it could kill St Augustine grass.

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02/16/2016 Gary from Fort Mill, Sc

QWill Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide kill strawberry plants or grape vines?

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Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide will more than likely kill grape vines since it is labeled for Grape Ivy and it is also labeled for Ornamental Strawberry. It's definitely not labeled to be safe for edible plants.

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08/17/2015 John

QWill Gordons Ornamec Over the Top Grass Herbicide and/or Sedgehammer kill clover in mazus ground cover and not harm the mazus?

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Gordons Ornamec Over-The-Top Grass Herbicide is labeled to kill grassy weeds in ornamental areas, so most likely, it would not effect either the mazus or the clover. Sedgehammer is not labeled to control clover, either. It would probably be best to carefully spot treat the clover with a glyphosate herbicide such as RoundUp QuikPro and then re-seed or overplant as needed.

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08/17/2015 Johnspain from Tn

QWill Gordons Ornamec Over-the-Top Grass Herbicide kill nutgrass or nutsedge?

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Gordons Ornamec Over-the-Top Grass Herbicide is not labeled to kill nutsedge. Our most popular nutsedge herbicide is Sedgehammer. Please read†the product label to be sure that it is appropriate for your needs.

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