Same product as Sedgehammer for cheaper!
Nufarm ProSedge Selective Herbicide is a post-emergent and controls listed broadleaf weeds and nutsedge in turfgrasses such as lawns, landscaped areas and on commercial and residential turf grass. To be used on golf courses, public recreation areas, residential property, roadsides, landscaped areas, campgrounds, etc.
|Active Ingredient:||Halosulfuron-methyl - 75%|
|Target pests:||Yellow Nutsedge, Purple Nutsedge, Horsetail, Kyllinga, Pigweed and others
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Commercial and Residential Turf-grass: Golf Courses, Airports, Cemeteries, Public Recreation areas, Schools, Sod Farms, Sports Fields and Landscape areas
Cool-season Grasses: Bentgrass creeping, Fescue Fine, Fescue Tall, Kentucky Bluegrass, Ryegrass Perennial
Warm-season Grasses: Bahiagrass, Bermudagrass, Centipedegrass, Kikuygrass, Seashore paspalum, St. Augustinegrass, Zoysiagrass
|Application:||0.03 oz. per 1 - 2 gallons of water per 1,000 sq. ft. (add 2 tsp. of non-ionic Surfactant per gallon of water)
2/3 - 1 1/3 oz. per per acre
* See label for complete application instructions
|Yield:||1 bottle (1.33 oz.) makes approx. 40 gallons of finished solution|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||WA, OR, CA, NV, UT, MT, WY, MN, ME, MD, ME, VT, RI, CT|
Nufarm Prosedge Selective Herbicide is a selective herbicide for control of listed broadleaf weeds and nutsedge in: turfgrasses (established lawns, ornamental turfgrass, landscaped areas, commercial and residential turfgrass), and other non-cropsites (airports, cemeteries, fallow areas, golf courses, landscaped areas, public recreation areas, residential property, roadsides, school grounds, sod or turf seed farms, sports fields, landscaped areas with established woody ornamentals, fairgrounds, race tracks, tennis courts, campgrounds and rights-of-way).
TURFGRASS including SOD AND SEED FARMS AND OTHER NON-CROP SITES
Broadcast Treatments: This is a selective herbicide for post-emergence control of sedges such as purple and yellow nut sedge in sod or turf seed farms. This will not injure nearby established ornamentals, trees, and shrubs when used according to label directions.
For post-emergence control of purple or yellow nutsedge found in established turfgrass, apply 2/3 to 1 1/3 ounces by weight of this per acre (0.031 to 0.062 pounds active ingredient per acre) after nutsedge has reached the 3 to 8 leaf stage of growth. Use the lower rate in light infestations and the higher rate in heavy infestations.
If a second treatment is required, apply 6 to 10 weeks after the initial treatment. As a sequential treatment, when new purple or yellow nutsedge plants have reached the 3 to 8 leaf stage of growth, apply 2/3 to 1 1/3 ounces by weight of this per acre (0.031 to 0.062 pounds active ingredient per acre). Use the lower rate in light infestations and the higher rate in heavy infestations. No more than 2 applications can be made with the total use rate not exceeding 2 2/3 ounces of product (0.125 pound active ingredient) per acre per use season.
Use 0.25 to 0.5 percent nonionic surfactant concentration (1 to 2 quarts per 100 gallons of spray solution) for broadcast applications. For high volume applications, DO NOT exceed 1 quart of surfactant per acre. Use only nonionic surfactants which contain at least 80 percent active material.
Mix 0.03 ounce (0.9 gram) of this product in one or two gallons of water to treat 1,000 square feet. Add 2 tea spoons (1/3 fluid ounce) of nonionic surfactant per gallon of water.
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20 of 21 people found this review helpful:
By Paul in Omaha, NE on 05/30/2011
I used this last year, and quite a bit less sedge has come up so far. Like all sedge control products, it will be a multi-year project, requiring multiple applications. The hardest part is measuring out the product, an accurate scale is a must. (I tend to mix 1 gallon of product at a time, but for spot treating, I mix up 1 quart). The little packet is convenient, but the bottle is alot more affordable. Be sure to use a spreader sticker.
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By Robin-horticulturist in Colleyville, TX on 09/06/2012
The nutsedge is yellowing gradually 2 weeks from application. No damage to nearby ornamentals. New untreated sprouts still emerging so we will retreat, but the battle is on! Areas treated by Glyphosate previously killed the plants but caused multiple sprouting response that got out of control quickly. Recommend leaving yellowing sedges in the ground until sprouting stops.
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By Bob in Taylor Mill, Kentucky on 09/17/2011
Took care of our nutgrass problem with one application. You have to be patient ---- It took one week to turn the grass yellow and another two weeks for it to die.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful:
Works Great but Apply Early
By George in Birmingham, AL on 05/28/2013
This is the only product I've used that actually kills nutsedge. However, it's most effective when applied when it first starts to grow in spring. Though I've had it work in summer and fall, it typically takes more than 1 dose to work then.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful:
By Mike in Clayton, NJ on 09/08/2012
This product works great on nut ledge. It takes a couple days to see results but you will definitely see them.
By Charlie in Jacksonville, Florida on 11/06/2015
Applied Pro Sedge about 2 weeks ago. Too early to see results. Have to be very precise with application rate. Hope for the best to get rid of this lawn cancer.
Worked like a champ
By Steve in Pomona, Illinois on 09/08/2015
I was trying to control a bad stand of Yellow Nutsedge in my lawn. Prosedge succeeded in knocking it back in one pass, without any noticeable damage to the grass of the lawn. I will be following it up later this season & next to prevent it from getting back to as bad as it was this year.
Made it stop growing
By Ralph in Cape Girardeau, mo. on 09/07/2015
I used one packet per gallon and it worked great.The grass keeps growing but the nutsedge doesn't.
Did not work
By Hobie in Salem, MO on 09/05/2015
I used ProSedge one week ago.I mixed it according to directions and applied it liberally to the nutedge growing in my lawn. I checked it yesterday and there is no evidence of ProSedge having any effect on it. It may take longer than a week. If so, I will let you know.
ProSedge can take about 2 weeks before you start seeing complete results. Please keep us posted!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
By Al in Nashua, NH on 08/13/2015
I've used this before. It the only thing that works on sedge weed. The best, only takes a week and gone.
pro sedge herbicide
By Robert in St Louis, Mo on 08/12/2015
I used this product 2 years ago and it worked fine. However, I've used this twice in the last 6 weeks and it is not working. I followed the directions.
There are a few factors such as rainfall, drought or recently mowed lawns which can change the efficacy of herbicides. Please give our customer care team a call so we can assist you with trouble shooting your application 866-581-7378
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Woo Hoo IT WORKS!
By Barb in St. Charles, MO on 08/09/2015
My yard is over an acre and I had a bumper crop of Nut Sedge. Bought ProSedge and Non-Ionic Surfactant and simply followed the directions. In one week most all of the Nut Sedge was yellow and no longer actively growing; easy to tell where I missed!
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By Nancy in Bonaire, GA on 03/17/2015
I have used this for a few years now. It is great for reducing the nut-grasses within my existing lawn. With repeated applications, it works in areas where the nut-grasses become prolific because the soil has been disturbed. That allows my centipede to creep for better lawn coverage.
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By Bill in Springfield, VA on 09/23/2013
Here in No VA, the short name for this stuff is "Nut Grass." I have been in battle mode for nearly three years and during this period I have received lots of advise as to what I should do. This advise has ranged from "just pull it out, you will never get rid of it," to "molasses will do the trick--just pour it on each clump of the nut grass." I have tried many of the commercial products as well. Pulling it out has worked best. A local garden shop said try "ProSedge Herbicide." All the university studies say it is the only way to go. So, I bought it, $25.00 plus tax. I applied one gallon of the solution to just the areas where I saw the nut grass growing--the bring green. I used a one gallon sprayer. I waited four days, and could see a big difference, except for the area, where the nut grass first started. So, I came to these folks, throug the Web, and bought another package (at half of what I was paying). I applied two gallons. For the most recent growth, the nut grass was gone in about three to five days (it varied). However, the original growth area was still a problem. But the second application was starting to eat away at the nut grass. I would recommend this product. It beats three to four hours of pulling the nut grass out. It is simple to use. I opened the package and dropped the packet in the water and added a table spoon of foliage stuff so the Herbicide sticks to the grass. It only attacked the nut grass. My tall fescue grass kept growing. It will now be a regular on my shopping list.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
ProSedge Does it!
By in Austin, Tx on 08/09/2013
I applied Prosedge to my flower garden a bit heavier than directions, first time about a month ago. After about two weeks, it looked as if nothing changed much, only slight wilting. Then about the third week, there was extensive die off. This is the fifth week since first application and there is little Sedge life left. I just made a final application to kill the few surviving plants. This stuff works!
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08/06/2011 Doug from Kentucky
QHow long after I apply Prosedge Herbicide can my children and dogs go out and play in the yard?
AEveryone needs to stay off of the treated areas until they have dried, usually a couple of hours.
QHow long does it take for ProSedge to kill the nutsedge?
AHow long it takes to kill the nutsedge depends on many factors including the stage of growth the nut sedge is in and what kind of health your lawn overall is in. However, most of our customers do say they see results usually within 2 weeks of the first application.
09/07/2011 Chuck from St.louis, Mo
QWhen should ProSedge be applied?
Should I cut it first, or leave it long? How soon after can I cut?
AAccording to the Prosedge product label you should not mow for 2 days before the application to 2 days after the application to achieve the best results.
08/14/2011 Jim from Charles City, Ia 50616
QHow many applications does ProSedge Herbicide take to eliminate nutsedge?
Dose ProSedge have surfactant in it & is the DyneAmic best to use if one is not in the product?
AProSedge does not come with surfactant in the product and one should be added. Any non-ionic surfactant can be used. Dyneamic is definitely one of our best sellers, but it does only come in a gallon container which is a lot. We do sell surfactant in smaller pints and quarts as well.
07/08/2014 Lance from Tx
QFor the 1.33 oz bottle, is there a measuring spoon for the amount to mix one gallon of spray at a time? Thanks
I'd like to get the 1.33 oz bottle. but only need about 1 or 2 gallons of spray at a time. Thanks
05/16/2016 Chet from Raleigh, Nc
QCan ProSedge Herbicide be tank mixed with Speedzone?
Speedzone is carfentrazone-ethyl, 2-4,D, mecoprop, dicamba It will be applied to hybrid bermudagrass.
A Yes, Prosedge and Speedzone can be mixed together. We would recommend doing a small tank mixture first to ensure that there is no clumping. Be sure not to over-apply the Speedzone on the Bermuda grass.
Yes, Prosedge and Speedzone can be mixed together. We would recommend doing a small tank mixture first to ensure that there is no clumping. Be sure not to over-apply the Speedzone on the Bermuda grass.
08/31/2015 Sharon from Honolulu, Hi
QWill ProSedge Herbicide harm centipede grass?
A No, ProSedge Herbicide is safe to apply to established centipede lawns for nutsedge control.
No, ProSedge Herbicide is safe to apply to established centipede lawns for nutsedge control.
07/01/2015 Clara from Forrest City Arkansas
QIs ProSedge safe to use in a vegetable garden?
Is there a product that kills nutsedge that is safe to use on a vegetable garden?
AWe are not aware of a product that will kill the nutsedge in an edible garden. We do carry nutsedge control products that are labled for lawns but should not be applied around ornamentals or edibles. We recommend that you contact your local cooperative extension office and speak to a Master Gardener for recommendations.
03/01/2015 Scott from Dade City, Fl
QCan ProSedge be mixed with Atrazine?
QWhat size area does ProSedge Herbicide cover?
12/16/2014 Sameh from United Arab Emirates
QCan send this product to united arab emirates ? how much Shipping ?
ProSedge Herbicide - 1.33 oz. bottle
AWe do not currently ship internationally. We apologize for any inconvenience.
11/10/2014 E. from Gardena, Ca
QHow many square feet does the 1.33oz bottle of ProSedge Herbicide cover?
Do I get 1 bottle of 1.33-oz product for $73.44? How many gallons does 1.33 oz make? How long is its shelf time?
AOne of the 1.33 ounce bottles of ProSedge will make roughly 40 gallons of solution which should cover close to an acre of land when broadcast sprayed. The shelf life of the product in the bottle is roughly 3-5 years if stored properly in a room temperature environment out of direct sunlight.
08/12/2014 Noreen from Old Bridge Nj 08857
QWhen can the grass get wet after an application of ProSedge Herbicide?
07/06/2014 Rebus from Big Clifty, Ky.
QCan ProSedge Herbicide be used in Daylilies or will it Kill them?
03/25/2014 Kate from Zimbabwe!!
QCan I spray halosulfuron for nutsedge in amongst strawberry plants?
A Halosulfuron Pro Herbicide 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 in a vegetable 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.
Halosulfuron Pro Herbicide 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 in a vegetable 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.