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Monument 75WG Herbicide, a sulfonylurea, is a selective post-emergence herbicide that controls a wide variety of weeds including the majority of sedges (nutsedge or nut grass), oxalis, green kyllinga, and multiple other species of broadleaf weeds and grasses. Use Monument 75WG Herbicide on warm season turf in commercial settings such as sod farms, commercial property management, and golf courses. Weed control by Monument 75WG Herbicide is greatly improved when the soil has enough moisture and weeds are actively growing.
0.5 gram WSP - individual 0.5 gram pre-measured water soluble packets. Toss the packet into two gallons of water in a backpack or handheld sprayer. Perfect for smaller jobs or ease of use - no measuring.
Box (5 x 5 gram packets) - 25 grams total - Great value. Perfect for bigger jobs and bigger areas.
|Active Ingredient:||Trifloxysulfuron-sodium - 75%|
|Target pests:||All major categories of sedge species, green kyllinga, oxalis, Poa annua, and various other grass and broadleaf species
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||For use on several types of warm season grasses. May be applied to bermudagrass, zoysiagrass and buffalograss on golf courses, sod farms, sport fields, residential properties (except in California) including home lawns, and other non-residential turf areas such as airports, cemeteries, commercial buildings, and similar sites. Do not use on turfgrasses other than those listed on the label (unless listed under weeds controlled) or severe injury may result
May be applied to St. Augustine when grown for production of sod only
* See label for complete list
|Application:||0.0176 oz. (0.5 gram) packet per 2 gallons of water per 1,000 sq. ft. (add Surfactant for 2 gallons)
* Use a Surfactant to Increase Effectiveness
* See label for complete application instructions
Group 2 Herbicide
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|Shipping Weight:||0.07 lbs|
The degree of control resulting from application of Monument 75WG is primarily dependent upon weed species, weed size at application, environmental conditions, amount of Monument 75WG applied, and growing conditions. Weed control is greatly improved when weeds have emerged, ample soil moisture exists, and weeds are actively growing, than when the soil is dry and weeds are under stress from lack of moisture.
Growth of susceptible weeds is inhibited soon after application of Monument 75WG. The leaves of susceptible plants normally turn yellow, red or purple after several days, followed by necrosis and death of the growing point. Complete plant death occurs 1-3 weeks after application, depending upon weed species, growing conditions, etc.
Monument 75WG controls weeds by inhibiting (stopping) a biochemical process that produces certain essential amino acids necessary for plant growth. The inhibited enzyme system is acetolactate synthase (ALS). Certain weeds species have naturally-occurring biotypes within the population that are resistant to ALS-inhibiting herbicides. Applications of ALS-inhibiting herbicides used alone in the same area(s) continuously over a number of years can lead to an increase within a weed population of the ALS-resistant biotype(s). This, in turn, may reduce the utility of ALS-inhibiting herbicides for controlling entire populations of that particular weed species. To prevent or delay a build-up of ALS-resistant weed species biotypes, weed management programs should include the use of appropriately registered herbicides, for use on turf and for control of these weeds, with different modes of action (MOA’s) within the same year, or sequential years. Hand weeding before weeds set seed may also be helpful in reducing the build-up and spread of herbicide-resistant biotypes.
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17 of 17 people found this review helpful:
No Moa Poa!
By Johnt in Prosper, TX on 05/25/2013
Knocked down mature poa annua and dallisgrass in one treatment. Did not destroy Bermuda. Killed the poa and dallis enough for the Bermuda to move in unlike other herbicides which leave dead brown spots which have to be sanded, etc.
12 of 13 people found this review helpful:
By in La Quinta, CA on 08/27/2013
My rear yard backs up to a golf course and the course sometimes sprays Monument but never in the eight feet behind my yard. The nut sedge grass was dense behind my property line and some into my rear yard landscaping. Also in the last application of Monument by the golf course, they did not do a good job in spraying and there was still some nut sedge into the course. I sprayed the Monument in a very large area (2 gallons worth) and waited to see the nut sedge die. After several days, nothing and I was frustrated that maybe the golf course sprinklers had washed the Monument away. Then all of a sudden, after more than a week, the nut sedge is gone where I sprayed. It just takes Monument and patience.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful:
By Anonymous in Longs, South Carolina on 07/10/2013
Monument 75w absoutely killed the nutsedge. I can tell and my neighbors can tell by just looking at the brown spots all over my bermuda lawn. The bermuda was not killed even if I sprayed it. Absoutely no damage to my bermuda, as a matter of fact, the nutsedge is brown and dead and the bermuda is growing right in the middle of the brown spots and doing extremely well and thriving.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
By in Murfreesboro, TN on 05/31/2013
We used this on our bermuda grass which had many weeds, particularly sedge, growing in it. One application did the trick. We put one envelope in 2 gallons water along with 2/3 ounce surfactant. Needed three envelopes for our 1/3 acre yard. Definitely worth the price.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Poa annua control
By Mike in Pinehurst, NC on 04/19/2013
I had a good deal of poa in my bermudagrass lawn. I spot sprayed with Monument. It took a few weeks but it killed all of the poa, some of it was rather mature. I will definitely used it again if needed.
By Shaun in Woodstock, Georgia on 06/05/2017
Works great! I waited for about 4 days before I started to see results. The yard looks perfect now. Highly recommend. Kills Rye grass.
Sort of Worked
By Lee in Frisco, Texas on 05/19/2017
I used 1 packet for 2 gallons of water and sprayed 1,000 sq. ft. with it. Did not completely kill the poa annua. Bought 2 packets which cost me about $45. Will not use again as I did not get good results. Kinda of a waste of money. Overall a disappointment.
By Archie in Fortson, Ga on 05/19/2017
I was looking for something that works on poa anna (annual blue grass). I had tried many post-emergents and none worked. Looking on YouTube someone claimed to have good results with Monument. So I ordered it from DoMyOwn. Monument worked as advertised. Three days to start seeing the browning and about two weeks for complete kill. It is the only thing that I found that really works on poa anna.
Worked like an charm
By Adrian in Holly Springs, NC on 05/13/2017
Bought a house with a pretty serious poa annua infestation on bermudagrass. This stuff worked perfect.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
No more poa annua!
By Shannon in Woodstock, GA on 05/08/2017
I have a bermuda lawn that was being overrun by poa annua (annual bluegrass). I read online that once the bermuda comes out of hibernation, there's not much you can do to control the poa. Well, Monument 75, while it doesn't explicitly state it, took care of the poa! I'm beyond happy. No more ugly seedstalks mucking up the bermuda. There's still a little bit of poa, but the bermuda is now choking it out. Thank you, Monument 75!
Works, but very expensive.
By Id2635 in Atlanta, GA on 05/02/2017
It works great against Poa Annua, however it is very expensive. The Poa turns yellow and will no longer grow to full height after application. You should make sure to use pre-emergent the following fall to check future Poa Annua outbreaks!
Took a while
By Forrest in Horseshoe Bay Texas on 04/04/2017
Took about 3 weeks before any noticeable change to the rye. Now it is turning yellow and hopefully on its way to die. I have sprayed 3 times before this has finally starting to happen.
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By John in California on 03/02/2017
Works Great!!! I know where to go from now on!!! Thank You!!! John Z.
By Alan in Atlanta, GA on 02/23/2017
I put this down about 5 weeks ago. Spot treated as instructed. Some weeds are turning yellow, but not all of them. Bit disappointed as it was not a cheap product
Thank you for your feedback! Have you been able to identify the specific weeds that you are targeting that have not been killed by the Monument herbicide? We would be happy to troubleshoot with you via email or telephone at 866-581-7378.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Best nutsedge product on the market.
By Dean in Davidson, NC on 06/20/2016
After heeding the advice of a turf science professor at NC State I tried this product on my Zeon Zoysia which was laid last year. I just did my second round of spot spraying and this product does not discolor or harm the grass at all and the sedge shows sign of necrosis in about 5-6 days. Great stuff.
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11/18/2013 Bill from Marietta, Ga
QDoes Monument 75WG Herbicide kill Poa Annua that is already growing?
Will it prevent future growth?
AMonument 75WG Herbicide is labeled for and will treat actively growing Poa Annua. A repeat application may be needed after 4-6 weeks. Since Monument 75WG Herbicide is a post Emergent, it may not stop Poa Annua from germinating.
04/26/2013 Bryan from Lumberton, Nc
QCan I use Monument 75wg on centipede lawn grass?
AMonument is not labeled to use on centipede grasses.
04/25/2015 Glenn from Va Bch, Va
QHow long after spraying Monument 75WG Herbicide can my children safely play in the yard?
AOnce the application of Monument 75WG Herbicide has dried it s perfectly safe for children and pets to re-enter the treated area.
06/02/2013 Seth from Katy, Tx
QDo I need a surfactant when using Monument?
AYou do not have to use a surfactant with Monument, however the label states you can mix in a nonionic surfactant to help the Monument to stick and penetrate the weeds.
09/11/2013 John from Chesapeake, Va
QWill Monument 75WG control goose grass, Virginia nutsedge and chickweed/various broad leaf weeds?
Attempting to salvage my yard and grow bermuda (again) and I'm hoping to find a single product to address my biggest weed problems.
AMonument 75WG is labeled for both nutsedge and chickweed, it is not labeled for goosegrass. We do carry the Dismiss South Herbicide which is labeled for all three weeds as well as several other broadleaf weeds.
06/27/2016 Gary from Port Aransas, Texas
QCan Monument 75WG be used on relatively new bermuda?
A You would need to wait to apply†Monument 75 WG Herbicide to newly seeded, sodded, or sprigged turfgrass. Delay applications for at least 4 weeks after sprigging, seed emergence, or sodding per product label.
You would need to wait to apply†Monument 75 WG Herbicide to newly seeded, sodded, or sprigged turfgrass. Delay applications for at least 4 weeks after sprigging, seed emergence, or sodding per product label.
05/23/2016 Douglas from Prospect, Ct
QWill Monument 75WDG Herbicide kill cereal rye/winter rye?
I have a cool season lawn (KBG, per rye, TTTF). This was identified as cereal rye, but it looks like little barley.
A Monument 75WDG is labeled for kill ryegrass. It is NOT labeled for use on Kentucky Bluegrass. This product is strictly labeled for bermudagrass, zoysiagrass and buffalograss on golf courses, sod farms, sport fields, residential properties (except in California) including home lawns, and other non-residential turf areas such as airports, cemeteries, commercial buildings, and similar sites. It may be applied to St. Augustine when grown for production of sod only.
Monument 75WDG is labeled for kill ryegrass. It is NOT labeled for use on Kentucky Bluegrass. This product is strictly labeled for bermudagrass, zoysiagrass and buffalograss on golf courses, sod farms, sport fields, residential properties (except in California) including home lawns, and other non-residential turf areas such as airports, cemeteries, commercial buildings, and similar sites. It may be applied to St. Augustine when grown for production of sod only.
01/11/2016 Br from Atlanta, Ga
QDoes it need to be a specific temperature for the Monument 75WG Herbicide to work best??
A Monument 75WG Herbicide should be used when the soil temperature is at least 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
Monument 75WG Herbicide should be used when the soil temperature is at least 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
QWill Monument 75WG eradiate the kikuyu without killing my Palmetto soft buffalo lawn?
I have kikuyu starting to take over my Palmetto soft buffalo lawn. Will it also kill others weeds without killing my lawn?
A Monument 75WG†is not labeled for†kikuyugrass. †Drive XLR8 would be the product to use and is safe for buffalograss when used as directed on the product label. †Please refer to the product label for complete listing of controlled weeds.
Monument 75WG†is not labeled for†kikuyugrass. †Drive XLR8 would be the product to use and is safe for buffalograss when used as directed on the product label. †Please refer to the product label for complete listing of controlled weeds.
11/18/2015 Yvonne from Clayton, Al
QCan Monument be used on Zoysia, and Centipede to kill dollar weed?
A Monument 75WG Herbicide† is labeled to be applied to Zoysia, but may harm Centipede. We would not recommend applying to Centipede. Dismiss†would be a better option for Dollarweed control in Zoysia ans Centipede grasses.
Monument 75WG Herbicide† is labeled to be applied to Zoysia, but may harm Centipede. We would not recommend applying to Centipede. Dismiss†would be a better option for Dollarweed control in Zoysia ans Centipede grasses.
08/24/2015 Mary from Portland, Or
QWill Monument 75WG work on my crabgrass?
Crabgrass has overrun 50% of the lawn. It has been dry in Oregon and my lawn was overrun.
A Monument 75WG is labeled to suppress†crabgrass only but is normally not the recommendation. †Suppression means significant activity, but not always at a level considered acceptable for commercial weed control. Repeat in 4 to 6 weeks. †QuinKill Max would be a better product to use and is labeled for several other grassy and broadleaf weeds. †Please refer to the product label for complete instructions and to confirm it can be used on your lawn type.
Monument 75WG is labeled to suppress†crabgrass only but is normally not the recommendation. †Suppression means significant activity, but not always at a level considered acceptable for commercial weed control. Repeat in 4 to 6 weeks. †QuinKill Max would be a better product to use and is labeled for several other grassy and broadleaf weeds. †Please refer to the product label for complete instructions and to confirm it can be used on your lawn type.
08/17/2015 Kevin from Nh
QIs Monument 75WG Herbicide safe for use on Kentucky Bluegrass and Tall Fescue grass?
A Monument 75WG Herbicide will kill Kentucky Bluegrass and Tall Fescue grass. If you know what weeds you need to treat, then we are happy to assist you with finding an appropriate product. You may reach our Customer Service at 866-581-7378 M-F 9a-5p EST.
Monument 75WG Herbicide will kill Kentucky Bluegrass and Tall Fescue grass. If you know what weeds you need to treat, then we are happy to assist you with finding an appropriate product. You may reach our Customer Service at 866-581-7378 M-F 9a-5p EST.
06/18/2015 Susan from Indian Wells, Ca
QHow do I kill both the grass and Nutsedge?
I want to remove my lawn to switch to edibles. Half of my lawn is nutsedge but I want to kill the grass too - and I want to reduce the health risks on the edibles I will grow in the future. I guess I will have to truck out all the soil and bring in fresh after chemical treatment??
AWe would recommend using a glyphosate product to kill the nutsedge and grass. It is a non-selective and will kill whatever you spray with it. You can replant after as little as two weeks after applying a glyphosate product.
06/03/2015 Joseph from Grand Prairie
QSprayed 3 days ago 2 kill Dallisgrass on Bermuda. Dallisgrass is turning yellow & so is the Bermuda normal or
AIf you appled Monument 75WG Herbicide on a day when temps are well over 80 degrees, there could be some discoloration.
04/12/2015 Jay from Jacksonville Florida
QCan Monument be used in my St Augustine (Floratam and Seville) to kill sedges, dollarweeds and broadleaf weeds
We have just laid the lawn about 5 weeks ago. Is this product safe for home use. We have a couple different sedges and broadleaf weeds starting to come through our new lawn
AMonument 75WG Herbicide be applied to St. Augustine when grown for production of sod only per the product label. Blindside would a good product to use. Be sure to follw the instructions on the product label. Southern Ag Basagran Sedge Control is another one that is labeled for sedges and some broadleaf.