Hi-Yield Atrazine Weed Killer controls Henbit, Dollarweed, Chickweed, Clover, Sandspur and others listed on label. Hi-Yield Atrazine Weed Killer controls both emerged weeds and weeds from seed in St. Augustine and Centipedegrass. Hi-Yield Atrazine Weed Killer controls tough weeds.
|Active Ingredient:||Atrazine - 4.00% Related compounds - 0.08%|
|Target pests:||Henbit, Moneywort, Pennywort (Dollarweed), Chickweed (Common and Mouseear), Spurge, Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua), Dichondra, Knotweed, Cudweed, Florida Betony, Lespedeza, Mustards, Narrowleaf Vetch, Parsley-Piert, Sandspur, Smutgrass, Spurweed, Swinecrest, Woodsorrel and Various Annual Clovers.|
|For use in:||St. Augustine and Centipede grass.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed.|
|Yield:||5 teaspoons per gallon|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||WA|
|Manufactured By:||VPG (UPC: 732221334304)|
Weeds Controlled or Suppressed: Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua), Chickweed (Commonand Mouseear), Crabgrass (suppression only), Cransbill, Cudweed, Dichondra, Florida Betony, Henbit, Knotweed, Lespedeza, Moneywort, Mustards, Narrowleaf Vetch, Parsley-Piert, Pennywort (Dollarweed), Sandspur, Smutgrass, Spurge, Spurweed, Swinecrest, Woodsorrel and various annual clovers.
Established St. Augustinegrass and Centipedegrass: This product may be applied during both dormant and growing seasons. Best results are usually obtained when applied in early Spring or dormant periods when weeds are small or have not emerged. Do not apply more than two treatments per year. This product controls Spurweed, Florida Betony, Annual Bluegrass and many other problem weeds in St. Augustinegrass and Centipedegrass turfs. This product will control both emerged weeds and weeds from seeds. Rain or water within 2 or 3 days of application may decrease the effectiveness on emerged weeds. However, for the control of weeds from seeds, rainfallor watering is necessary within 7 to 10 days after treatment.
Spurweed: Control of Spurweed can best be obtained by applying when Spurweed has newly emerged(December and January.)
Florida Betony: This weed emerges in the Fall. Apply this product in mid to late October followed by a second application in mid to late February.
Dichondra, Moneywort: Apply this product in early April followed by a second applicationin July. Note: Applications for Spurweed or Florida Betony generally will give control or suppression of the other listed weeds. However, as a general rule, this product will give best control when applied to young tender weeds or just prior to weed emergence.
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9 of 9 people found this review helpful:
Trying to kill Pennywort
By Gary on May 30, 2012
I sprayed the Atrazine as directed and it didnt kill the Pennywort. I waited a week and a half and sprayed some areas again and also some new areas. After another 2 weeks and a couple of rains I noticed some of the Pennywort was dead, but much of the grass around the sprayed areas was dead as well. In general, it killed more grass than Pennywort.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful:
By Paul on May 28, 2012
I might just as well have used water to kill the weeds. No result at all. it was a total waste of money. i ended up using round up from walmart.
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By Chris on March 8, 2013
I mix a bottle of this with Tenacity on my St. Augustine Floratam lawn. The combination works great but it may be all Tenacity. BTW, Tenacity is awesome on Floratam lwans.
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July 25, 2012James from Savannah, Ga. 31411 asked:
QHow much Atrazine weed killer should be mixed per gallon?
AAccording to the product label: You should mix 4.3 fl ozs of Hi Yield Atrazine per gallon of water for each 500 sq ft area.
May 10, 2012Adam from Fairview, Pa asked:
QCan I use Atrazine on Kentucky Bluegrass?
I want to kill Poa Annua and thought KBG would not be harmed if Hi-Yield Atrazine Weed Killer is safe on St. Augustine lawns.
AAtrazine is not labeled for use on Kentucky Blue Grass so we cannot recommend you use it for this type of application. Most products that are labeled for poa annua cannot be used on KBG. We recommend that you spot treat the poa annua using a non-selective herbicide such as Killz All Grass and Weed Killer. Your best option for poa annua is to use a pre-emergent herbicide in the Fall such as Hi-Yield Turf & Ornamental Weed & Grass Stopper with Dimension. It will prevent the poa annua seed from germinating into weeds. It will not kill existing weeds and it is safe to use on KBG. Apply the granules and water in after application. Repeat treatment in Spring to prevent other grassy and broad-leaf weeds in your yard.
February 20, 2013Frustrated from Southernbellesville asked:
QWhy do the instructions on Hi-Yield Atrazine Weed Killer state to only use this twice a year?
My once-beautiful yard has been taken over by florida betany. It's the plague! Atrazine is the best herbicide I've found to kill it, but I've had to use it more often than twice a year, more like four times, twice in the Fall and twice early Spring.
AThe EPA gets to decide how often a chemical can be applied. They usually make this decision based on how long the product lasts in the environment, what kind of damage can be caused by over application and many other technical factors.
February 26, 2013Randy from Peachtree City, Ga asked:
QCan Hi-Yield Atrazine be used on Bermuda grass lawns?
AAtrazine should only be used on St Augustine and centipede grasses only.
February 12, 2013Steve from Statesboro asked:
QDo you have to use 4 gallons of water with the 16 oz of product or can it be sprayed with say 2 gallons of water without damage?
AIt is very important to follow the directions on the product label or you do risk getting uneven coverage and damaging your lawn. If you only have a two gallon sprayer perhaps you can mix up 8.6 fl oz into two gallons of water cover 1,000 sq ft.
February 16, 2013Steve from Statesboro asked:
QCan you mix a surfactant with Atrazine to help it contact weeds to boost its quick killing?
AHi-Yield Atrazine Weed Killer is already premixed with a surfactant and another surfactant does not need to be added to make the product more effective.
September 25, 2013June from Winter Haven Fl asked:
QNeed directions for mixing Hi Yield Atrazine?
AThe application rates vary, depending on what type of turf you are applying to. If you are applying to St. Augustine and Centipede lawns you would mix 4.3fl oz Hi Yield Atrazine into One gallon water to treat 500sq feet. Please follow the product label for application.
January 27, 2014Rose from Uk asked:
QI would like to use altrazine to kill weeds in my soya field but the weeds have so much can it still kill the
AWe apoogize your question seems incomplete. Please call us at 866-581-7378 so that we can better assist you.
January 27, 2014Rose from Uk asked:
QCan atrazine work on over grown weeds on soya field?
There are a lot weeds in my soya field and they are overgrown, could the atrazine kill the weeds without destroying the crop
AHi Yield Atrazine is not labeled to by used over soy bean crops. Please contact you your Cooperative Extension Office and speak with the Dept of Agriculture. There are experts in your area that will be able to better assist you with the logistics for your treatment.
July 25, 2013William from Tampa Florida asked:
QIs atrazene the best herbicide for weed control of st Augustine grass at this time of year
AYou sure can use Hi Yield Atrazine to treat weeds in St. Augustine grass. Depending on what you are treating will dictate when to apply this product. For example, Apply this product in early April followed by a second applicationin July. Note:Applications for Spurweed or Florida Betony generally will give control or suppression of the other listed weeds. However, as a general rule, this product will give best control when applied to young tender weeds or just prior to weed emergence. Please follow the product label to application instructions.