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The Quali Pro MSM 25 OD Liquid Herbicide is a great post-emergent herbicide that controls broadleaf and grassy weeds. It's perfect to use for ornamental turf areas like lawns, cemeteries, parks, sod farms and golf courses. It's a herbicide in a liquid form, which makes it more easy to apply and provides full coverage on targeted area. The liquid formula will be fully absorbed through plants roots and foliage, entirely stopping weed growth. This herbicide can be used to control bahiagrass, bull thistle, clover, common groundsel, crabgrass, dandelion, dollarweed and more. The MSM 25 OD Liquid Herbicide can be applied using ground equipment or by air (helicopter only).
|Active Ingredient:||metsulfuron methyl - 25.0%|
|Target pests:||Aster, Bahiagrass, Bull thistle, Chickweed, Clover, Dandelion, Henbit, Kudzu, Plantain, Purslane, Wild garlic and more
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Warm-Season Grasses Only: Ornamental Turf, Lawns, Parks, Cemeteries, Golf Courses and Sod Farms
Not for Cool-Season Grasses
* See label for complete list
|Application:||* Use a Surfactant to Increase Effectiveness
* See label for complete application instructions
REI (Restricted Entry Interval) of 4 hours
Group 2 Herbicide
|Shipping Weight:||0.42 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Quali-Pro (Mfg. Number: 83002821)|
Apply MSM 25OD after weeds have emerged or after undesirable hardwoods have broken winter dormancy and have reached the point of full leaf expansion.
Warning: MSM herbicides are not recommended for cool season grasses. Examples of cool season grasses are Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, tall fescue, and fine fescue. MSM May burn or otherwise damage these grass types. MSM is recommended for use on warm season grasses, preferably South of Virginia and below
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By James in Mississippi on 09/11/2016
Very good product… I had Virginia button weed in my yard and could not find anything that worked at all. after repeated applications (3-4) this invasive weed was eventually killed. So far it is the only herbicide I have found that will kill it
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01/31/2015 Teudy from Davie
QHow much Quali Pro MSM 25 OD Liquid Herbicide do I use in 25 gallons of water for a general broadcast spray
AThe product label for the Quali Pro MSM 25 OD Liquid Herbicide does not give an amount of water to use per gallon but rather amount of product to use per acre depending on what and where you are treating. Low volume ground application will require 20 to 50 gallons of water per acre; and ultra-low volume ground application will require 10 to 20 gallons of water per acre. Please refer to the label for the amount of product you need to use for what and where you are treating for for best application amounts.
05/19/2015 Chris from Odessa, Fl. 33556
QQuali Pro MSM 25 OD Liquid Herbicide for St. Augustine grass in Florida.
How much msm per acre do I use for St. Augistine in Central Florida/ or how much per gallon per 1000 sqft in a back pack sprayer?
AQuali Pro MSM 25 OD Liquid Herbicide Application rate to St. Augustine is 0.56 to 2.23 fl. oz. MSM 25OD per acre for weed control. Some chlorsis or stunting of turf grass may occur. It depends on what weeds you are treating for. Please contact Quaili Pro at 800-979-8994 for your specific application breakdown.
08/20/2016 Glen from Yoakum, Tx
QIs there a substitute for "MSMA"?
I'm trying to kill st. augustine which is invading my emerald zoisia.
A Two products we carry that have an active ingredient closest to MSMA are Quali Pro MSM 25 OD Liquid Herbicide and AmTide MSM 60 DF Herbicide. St. Augustine grass is labeled as a tolerant to both of these products though, as well as Emeral Zoysia. Your best option though, will be to spot treat with Roundup. St. Augustine and Zoysia are closely related so whatever is safe for Zoysia will likely be safe for St. Augustine as well.
Two products we carry that have an active ingredient closest to MSMA are Quali Pro MSM 25 OD Liquid Herbicide and AmTide MSM 60 DF Herbicide. St. Augustine grass is labeled as a tolerant to both of these products though, as well as Emeral Zoysia. Your best option though, will be to spot treat with Roundup. St. Augustine and Zoysia are closely related so whatever is safe for Zoysia will likely be safe for St. Augustine as well.