Monument 75WG Herbicide, a sulfonylurea, is a selective post-emergence herbicide that controls a wide variety of weeds including the majority of sedges, 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 and various other grass and broadleaf species |
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||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 |
May be applied to St. Augustine when grown for production of sod only
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|Application:||0.0176 oz. (0.5 gram) packet per 2 gallons of water per 1,000 sq. ft. (add Surfactant for 2 gallons) |
* See label for complete application instructions
|Formulation:||Professional Product |
Group 2 Herbicide
Depending on conditions weed death usually occurs within one to three weeks after application with weed leaves turning colors before completely dying.
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4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
No Moa Poa!
By Johnt in Prosper, TX on May 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.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
August 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.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
May 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:
July 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.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Poa annua control
By Mike in Pinehurst, NC on April 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 Chuck in Shirley AR on August 11, 2015
Works and is still working as advertised. The what we call peanut grass is dying off.
By JB in Canton, GA on April 24, 2015
I was very happy with the order process, time for fulfillment/ delivery, and the product results were outstanding. First product I have been able to find that effectively removes Poa Annua from bermudagrass.
Poa Annua is dying
By Dexter in Lexington, SC on March 17, 2015
It works as described. First time in 3 years I'm not seeing seed heads everywhere by this time. I did use a surfactant with my mixture. It has rained a lot this year so trying to spray in between has been a challenge. I also gave my grass it's one low cut for the year before applying. Other weeds in the yard turned black and died quickly. It will take a couple weeks for the poa annua to die.
Monument use on wild Bahia grass in FL. panhandle
By Jeff in Pace, Florida on November 9, 2014
Was excited about using this product since nothing I had used to date seemed to be able to slow the aggressive take over of my centipede lawn. Purchased the 5x5gm box and the surfactant, applied with two gallon sprayer as directed and applied at the recommended coverage rate. Has been 3 weeks and have seen absolutely no change in the Bahia grass. I am extremely dissapointed. I have two 5gm packets left and will go ahead and apply those as well, but judging from the initial results I have little in the way of expectations. For the extremely high price of this product I would have expected much, much, much better results!
I got less than expected results
By Ken in Chattanooga tn on August 26, 2014
I use this on relatively new zoysia got poor results . I followed the instructions exactly killed some ragweed. Gave it 1 star as it would not post with no stars
Zoysia South Louisiana
By KA in Northshore NO, LA on August 21, 2014
Used on Zoysia in S. LA in July. Had a problem with green kyllinga that would sprout faster than I could pull it and it threatened the entire lawn. Followed directions and added a surfactant that I bought here, as well. I may have gone a little thin (covered too much lawn). I didn't see any results for a couple weeks and I didn't see the dramatic color change of the kyllinga that some report but I did see some of its sprouts die and then it all disappeared a few weeks later.
Virginia button weed
By Cecil in Mary Esther, Fl on July 11, 2014
1st spraying has burned the button weed back. I plan to spray again in 4 weeks. Looks good so far. Optimistic! Will follow up in a few weeks. Cdc
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
monument 75wg herbicide
By Keith in Nacogdoches,Texas on June 24, 2014
takes about 3 weeks to work... 2 applications needed...does not harm Bermuda or Zoysia at all...San Augustine turns yellow but does not die..so sad our government took MSMA off the markt, cheap and worked very well for Bahia.This product will kill Bahia and nutsedge selectively.
By Jerry in Duluth, GA on May 28, 2014
I was a little concerned when the package came in an envelope with .5 grams of product. However, I dropped in a 2 gallon spray tank and used on my Zoysia backyard and Bermuda front yard. Poa Annua was the primary issue and it wiped it out.
By Willie in Evans, GA on May 14, 2014
Works really well. Most of the stuff I bought from the home improvement stores would not work effectively to get rid of the other grasses out of my Bermuda grass lawn (Poa annua and yellow nutsedge). This has definitely made a noticeable improvement to the lawn.
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April 26, 2013
Bryan from Lumberton, Nc asked:
QCan I use Monument 75wg on centipede lawn grass?
AMonument is not labeled to use on centipede grasses.
June 2, 2013
Seth from Katy, Tx asked:
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.
September 11, 2013
John from Chesapeake, Va asked:
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.
June 10, 2014 Lou asked:
QI live in South Carolina. Is it too late to put monument down in this heat or should we wait until it's cooler?
Some experts say it may turn grass yellow?
AMonument 75WG Herbicide is a post-emergent herbicide that should be put down when the weeds are already emerged. There are no limitations on weather. It should be used as directed by the label. Be mindful of the type of turf you have to avoid your grass being burned.
August 22, 2013
Jb from Texarkana, Tx asked:
QHow soon after applying Monument 75WG Herbicide can I mow the grass?
AYou can mow your grass two days before and two-three days after application of Monument 75WG Herbicide.
June 18, 2015
Susan from Indian Wells, Ca asked:
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??
A We 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.
June 3, 2015
Joseph from Grand Prairie asked:
QSprayed 3 days ago 2 kill Dallisgrass on Bermuda. Dallisgrass is turning yellow & so is the Bermuda normal or
A If you appled Monument 75WG Herbicide on a day when temps are well over 80 degrees, there could be some discoloration.
April 25, 2015
Glenn from Va Bch, Va asked:
QHow long after spraying Monument 75WG Herbicide can my children safely play in the yard?
A Once the application of Monument 75WG Herbicide has dried it s perfectly safe for children and pets to re-enter the treated area.
April 12, 2015
Jay from Jacksonville Florida asked:
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
A Monument 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.
October 28, 2014
Stephen from Sydney, Nsw asked:
QCoverage from one (1) .5gram pack?
Hi, I would like to know how large an area one .5g packet of Monument 75WG will treat? I am trying to kill the poa growing in my zoysiagrass. Cheers.
Monument 75WG Herbicide will treat 1000 square feet. This is a water soluable packet that is used in two gallons of water.
October 2, 2014 Ben asked:
QHow much Monument 75WG will I need for a 800sq m area
You would need 0.5 gram Monument 75WG pre-measured water soluble packets. Toss the packet into two gallons of water in a backpack or handheld sprayer. This will cover 1000 sq. feet.
June 15, 2014
Christine from Nazareth, Texas asked:
QCan Monument 75WG Herbicide be used on Bermuda and Buffalo grass? Will it harm or kill trees?
June 11, 2014
Sally from Dallas, Tx asked:
QHow much Monument 75WG Herbicide would be mixed with one gallon water?
You can toss one 0.5 gram WSP Monument 75WG Herbicide water soluble packet into two gallons of water in a backpack or handheld sprayer. Perfect for smaller jobs or ease of use - no measuring!
April 13, 2014 Peg asked:
QDoes Monument 75WG kill wild strawberry plants?
The strawberry plants surround my blueberry bushes.
A Monument 75WG is meant more for nutsedge control in turf grass and it cannot be used near a vegetable garden or anything edible. The main product used for weeds or unwanted plants in an edible garden is a Roundup type product, like our RoundUp QuickPro product. Roundup Professional products do not leave a residual that could possibly be soaked up by the roots of your garden. Of course you do not want to get the RoundUp product on any plants you want to keep. You should only direct it at the weeds you want to get rid of.
April 10, 2014
Jeff from Charlotte, Nc asked:
QIs Monument safe to use on Fescue? I'm in North Carolina and trying to kill POA!
Monument 75WG Herbicide will kill Fescue grass. The best way to treat for Poa Annua is by using a pre emergent like Bensumec 4LF. This way you will prevent it from germinating. Bensumec can safely be applied to Fescue lawns.