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Hi-Yield Nutsedge Control is a selective herbicide that controls nutsedge after it has emerged in both warm abd cool season grasses. This selective herbicide is best applied with a surfactant to aid in penetrating the waxy coating of nutsedge helping it to absorb muickly and more fully intot the targeted weed. Hi-Yield Nutsedge Control absorbs into the plant in 1-2 days with browning or yellowing occuring within 10-14 days. Each pouch is 0.03 oz. or 0.9 g WSP (water soluble pouch).
|Active Ingredient:||Halosulfuron-methyl - 75%|
|Target pests:||Controls Nutsedge after emergence|
|For use in:||cool and warm season turfgrass including: Bahia, Bermuda, Centipede, Creeping Bentgrass, Kentucky Bluegrass, St. Augustine, Tall and Fine Fescue, Perennial Ryegrass and Zoysia|
|Application:||Easy to apply - 1 bag into 1 gallon of water in a spray container
Add 2 teaspoons of nonionic surfactant and stir well
The surfactant helps penetrate the waxy layer of the Nutsedge leaf and then absorption into the weed
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Yield:||1 bag treats 1,000 sq. ft.|
|Shipping Weight:||0.05 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||VPG (Mfg. Number: 31140)|
INSTRUCTIONS: (To treat 1,000 square feet)
- One water soluble bag per gallon of water.
- Add 2 teaspoons nonionic surfactant.
- Mix or shake at least two minutes.
- Occasionally shake while spraying.
Use mixture the same day it is blended--do not store diluted mixture as it will degrade.
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Results within a week. Used with hi-yield spreader.
By Tim in Northern Kentucky on 09/18/2016
I have annoying nutsedge which only pops up in my front yard. After, I fired what is my third lawn service, I decided it was time for me to just rectify my weed issues myself. So, i purchased this hi-yield nutsedge control and mixed it with the hi-yield spreader and my results are phenomenal. What a lawn service couldn't do, I did spending $11.50 and that was to kill the nutsedge with a one time application. Just follow the directions and make sure you mix this product with the recommended spreader and you will see results within a week. I used a hand pump yard sprayer. Couldn't be happier.
By Hk in fresno, ca on 08/27/2017
Seems to work very well killing the bad and saving the good.
The Only Thing I Know That Can Kill Nutgrass
By Dfwrandy in Fort Worth, Texas on 09/03/2017
This works great. Nutgrass is impossible to kill and spreads like wildfire but its met its match with this stuff. I'm a believer in Hi Yield products, so it was a no brainer to try it, and I expected it works. It didn't harm the Bermuda grass either so use it liberally, just use a surfactant for best results. I'm about to treat one more time to get the ones I missed on the first round. If Nutgrass is a problem for you this is your cure.
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08/17/2013 Jim from Crescent Springs, Ky
QDo you apply the Hi-Yield Nutsedge Control before or after cutting grass?
APer the product label it is recommended to not mow turfgrass for 2 days before or 2 days after application for best results.
07/23/2013 David from Culver City, Ca
QDo you know the mixed shelf life is of Hi Yield Nutsedge Control?
AThe mixed solution should be used within 24-48 hours of being mixed and any remaining should be poured out around the foundation of the home.
07/16/2013 John from Massapequa, Ny
QWhat is nonionic surfactant?
can i use dish soap?
AA non-ionic surfactants is a material that can greatly reduce the surface tension of water when used in very low concentrations. Examples include alcohol, phenol, ether, ester and amide. Some folks have said they used dish soap, however the manufacturers of herbicides highly recommend using surfactants like Nonionic Surfactant to enhance the effectiveness of their products.
07/07/2014 Brian from Long Island, New York
QHow quickly can I expect to see results with the Hi-Yield Nutsedge Control?
AAccording to the manufacturer of Hi Yield Nutsedge Control, it will absorb into the plant in 1-2 days with browning or yellowing occuring within 10-14 days.
04/12/2014 Drew from Lynbrook, Ny
QWhat should I do once the nutsedge is now dying after using Hi Yield Nutsedge Control?
What should I do now once the nutsedge has begun to die. I applied a week ago and the nutsedge has fallen over and is in obvious stress.
AOnce the nutsegde is completely brown you can pull the weed up and re-seed or resod in those areas to make sure just grass is growing.
09/18/2016 Harry from Levittown, Pa
QHow soon can grass be planted after spraying Hi-Yield Nutsedge Control on nutsedge?
A It is recommended that you wait at least two weeks after applying Hi Yield Nutsedge Control before overseeding/reseeding an area.
It is recommended that you wait at least two weeks after applying Hi Yield Nutsedge Control before overseeding/reseeding an area.
06/26/2014 D. from Chester,va.
QAfter spraying nutsedge control, how long before its rain proof ?
I am also using Drive herbicide & surfactant
AHi-Yield Nutsedge Control and Drive should be rainfast 6 hours after application. Be sure to review the product labels before application.
09/29/2014 Dan from Queen Creek Az.
QHi-Yield Nutsedge Control
Hello, I plan on spraying this herbicide in a pasture used for grazing and hay production, how long after spraying can I graze cattle or make hay. Could not find any information on label. Thanks
AHi-Yield Nutsedge Control is not labeled to be used in pastures. It is only labeled to be used in established turfgrass. We would recommend only using this product as stated on the label.
06/14/2014 Manuel from Clovis, Ca
QHow soon after applying Hi-Yield Nutsedge Control can I water?
06/08/2016 Scott from Savannah, Tn
QWill Hi-Yield Nutsedge Control hurt my plants?
I have nutsedge in my garden.
A You should not spray (or the drift) the plants in the garden with the Hi-Yield Nutsedge Control product as it can cause injury. Do not apply as an over-the-top spray to desirable flowers, ornamentals, vegetables, shrubs or trees.
You should not spray (or the drift) the plants in the garden with the Hi-Yield Nutsedge Control product as it can cause injury. Do not apply as an over-the-top spray to desirable flowers, ornamentals, vegetables, shrubs or trees.