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Robert from Shelby, Nc writes,
07/30/2014:

How soon can you reseed Fescue after using Dimension 2EW Herbicide

Answer:

After application of Dimension 2EW Herbicide, you can reseed 3-4 months after application. Per label:

Reseeding, Overseeding, or Sprigging
Reseeding, overseeding, or sprigging of treated areas within 3 months after a single application of this product, or within 4 months after a split application program totaling more than 0.73 oz per 1000 sq ft (2 pints per acre), may inhibit the establishment of desirable turfgrasses.
Late Summer or Fall Application:
This product can also be applied in the late summer or early fall (late August through November) at the Program 3 use rates listed in the table below. A fall application followed
by an appropriately timed spring application provides season-long weed control. Do not exceed the maximum use rate per year. For Poa annua control see Section titled “Poa annua (Annual Bluegrass) Control” below.
Program 3:
Use Program 3 for preemergence control in turf: (a) where turfgrass is cut relatively low (e.g., golf fairways); and (b) where turf maintenance or weed control was not conducted during the previous year.This program provides 4 to 6 months of preemergence crabgrass control and may also be used for early postemergence control up to crabgrass tillering at sites where turfgrass is cut relatively low (e.g., golf fairways). Make subsequent, sequential pre and/or postemergence applications where longer periods of control are desired. Split applications may also be made, with the rates in the Use Rates table being split across two
applications made 5 to 10 weeks apart. Split applications may provide improved weed control.
Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Answer last updated on: 07/30/2014

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