Solitare Herbicide

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Solitare Herbicide

Solitare Herbicide is an all-in-one selective post-emergence weed control solution that is specifically designed to combat any combination of crabgrass, sedges and broadleaf weed problems you might encounter in a single application. Soitaire provides powerful broad spectrum weed control in one easy to mix solution, without the need to tank mix several different herbicides.

Do NOT use a surfactant with this product.




Solitare Herbicide features a patent-pending, optimized combination of sulfentrazone and quinclorac that combats post-emergence weeds from the foliage down and the root up. Labeled for the control or suppression of over 60 weeds, Solitare provides fast, visible results with symptoms appearing just a few days after treatment.

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Solitare Herbicide is a selective post-emergence herbicide which controls annual grasses, broad-leaf weeds and sedges in established turf areas for residential, commercial and institutional lawns, athletic fields, commercial sod farms, golf course fairways and roughs.

Solitare Herbicide is formulated as a 75 WG (water dispersible granule) containing 0.75 lbs. of active ingredient per pound of product and is absorbed by shoots, foliage and roots.

A post-emergent application of Solitare Herbicide is improved when adequate soil moisture is present at application. Best weed control results will be obtained when no rainfall or irrigation occurs within 24 hours after application. If no rainfall or irrigation occurs within 7 days after application of Solitare in the amount of 0.5 inches, then irrigation of at least 0.5 inches is recommended.

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  • 7 of 9 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Knocks out Green Kyllinga
    By in Durham, NC on 06/20/2013
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    This product was recommended by Do My Own Pest Control to kill Green Kyllinga and it works! One application and within a couple days I could see the weeds beginning to brown and shrivel. As the roots of this pest go very deep, it will probably take multiple applications over time, but I'm convinced it will be eradicated or, at the least, well under control. As I'm using this in a spray bottle for spot application, it would be helpful to have mixing directions included with the product.

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  • 6 of 7 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  This stuff is POWERFUL!!!
    By Lisa in Lilburn, GA on 03/25/2015

    With our SECOND year of having bermuda sod mixed with NEW southern weeds, (nutsedge, carpetweed, crabgrass, wild onion and garlic), we have seen a noticeable difference with the use of this product! WOW! Our neighbors do not maintain a weed free lawn while we do our best to do so....Her weeds are just cut (not bagged) and they seem to always blow their way into our yard. With proper use of this product and within two days of application, we have seen the weeds in our sod die off and turn yellow. The wild onions and garlic are laying over begging for their lives. It is a bit pricey, but when you look at the results and the amount of time you gain by using the product, how can you argue it. IT WORKS....Our bermuda is on its way to being weed free for the second year. Thanks for making such a great product....We couldn't be happier using it and our yard thanks you, too!

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  • 3 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Great stuff
    By Thomas in Peachtree City, GA on 08/15/2015

    I am a homeowner and I first learned about Solitare from my lawn service company. After seeing the nutsedge brown and die so quickly without damaging the Bermuda grass, I had to find out what they were using so I could spot spray weeds at my leisure. I am very happy with the results so far. Nutsedge showed signs of dying within 48 hours. Other weeds about the same. I used 1/2 ounce (used measuring cup that came with Solitare) per gallon in my 3 gallon back pack sprayer and used a fan type spray head. I'm still battling the spurge, but that seems to be a tougher weed to control.

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04/17/2011 Gene

QI don't understand how to mix. I have 1/2 acre of Bermuda to cover. How much granule in how much water?

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Don't feel bad, the herbicide labels are very hard to read and never tell you an amount of water.  This is because the amount of water doesn't really matter, or actually it would be different for everybody.  Once you determine how much product you need to apply over 1/2 acre, the amount of water depends on how ever much water it takes for you to cover that area.  If you can equally cover 1/2 an acre with 1 gallon of water, or it takes 20 gallons of water, it doesn't really matter.  As long as the amount of active ingredient is spread equally over that area.  To calibrate your equipment, for example, a 1 gallon sprayer, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used the entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount of product in 1 gallon of water. 

The Solitaire label recommends applying between 8 ounces and 16 ounces per 1/2 acre, where 8 ounces would be for if you have a minimal amount of weeds, and 16 being used if you have a lot of weeds.  We usually recommend splitting the difference which would be around 12 ounces per 1/2 acre.  So you would add 12 ounces of product to however much water it will take to cover 1/2 of an acre. 

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08/07/2011 Greg from Newtown ,ct

QApprox how much square foot coverage do you get out of a 2 lb container of Solitaire?

ASolitaire actually comes in a 1lb container and each 1 pound container will treat up to 1 acre, which is 43,560 square feet.

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04/27/2013 T from Atlanta

QWhich is better to use on fescue in Atlanta late April; Solitaire or Tenacity?

ABoth Tenacity and Solitaire are great products for post emergent weed control. We recommend that you review the Solitaire product label and the Tenacity product label to see which product is labeled to control the target weeds in your yard.

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03/25/2013 David from Dallas Texas

QI have bermuda - in Dallas Texas - my yard is overtaken by weeds - all kinds - what product is best?

ASolitaire is a great broad spectrum selective herbicide that will help control emerged weeds in Bermuda lawns. Without knowing exactly what types of weeds you have we tried to select a product that just had a very broad label and could be used on Bermuda.

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03/22/2014 Anahit from Yerevan, Armenia

QHow do I use Solitaire to spot spray my lawn for broadleaf weeds?
I am doing spot spraying in the lawn agains clover and other broadleafs weeds. Couldn't find right solution - how much have to mix for right concentration. I mix 50grams(about 2ounces) per 10l(about 2.2gallon) water for spraying with backpack sprayer. Do I mix too much, or it is a good rate, or not enough? Hard to understand real rate for spot spraying. Please suggest, for next time is it fine rate or need to change it?

AYou will need to use .367 - .735 oz of product per 1,000 sq feet. The exact amount of water use will nto be important. As long as the amount of active ingredient is spread equally over that area the amount of water is not important.  To calibrate your equipment, for example, a 1 gallon sprayer, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used the entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount of product in 1 gallon of water.

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07/25/2015 Michael from Texas

QIs Certainty Herbicide or Solitaire Herbicide better for dallisgrass?
2 questions: 1. Would Solitaire be a better post emergent selective agent for dallisgrass than certainty? I see it also covers nutsedge and crabgrass, both of which I have in my yard (but certainty doesn't look like it covers crabgrass) 2. Certainty calls for mixing MSMA with Certainty but I don't have MSMA available. Does it suppress without MSMA?

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Both Solitaire Herbicide and Certainty Herbicide suppress dallisgrass. Both would be an excellent option for you. If you are looking to control crabgrass, Solitaire would be a better option for you.

MSMA is not something that is currently available anymore, so it is not necessary to use it. Yes, Certainty Herbicide will suppress dallisweed without the use of MSMA.

 

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07/20/2015 Jim from Maryland

QShould Solitare Herbicide be used to treat the entire area, spot treatment, or either?
The instructions talk about coverage per acre etc. and I saw one Q/A that mentioned up to .478 per 1 gallon of water. Is the reason the dosage is so unclear because the product is designed to be used to cover an entire lawn (healthy and weed infested) areas, and not designed for spots treatment of trouble areas? Or can it effectively be used for both? Lastly, if feasible for spot treatments, can you clearly state the recommended amount to use per 1 gallon of water?

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Solitare Herbicide should be applied as a broadcast application and is safe for listed cool and warm season turgrasses. This type of application will offer the best results, but it can be applied as a spot treatment as well. You will need to use .367 - .735 oz of product per 1,000 sq feet. The exact amount of water use will not be important. As long as the amount of active ingredient is spread equally over that area the amount of water is not important.  To calibrate your equipment, for example, a 1 gallon sprayer, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used the entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount of product in 1 gallon of water.

2 of 4 people found this answer helpful.
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06/22/2015 Mark from Maryland

QWhat is the high/low temperature range that you can apply Solitare Herbicide?
Should I wait for fall to apply summer infestation, or can it be applied at any time?

AFor best results and to avoid damage to desirable vegetation, Solitaire Herbicide should be applied when the temperature is between 55-85 degrees Fahrenheit. 

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06/08/2015 Jon from Apison, Tn

QWhat amount of Solitare Herbicide should I use in 1 gallon of water for spot treatment of wild violets?

ASolitare Herbicide  mix application is 0.367 - 0.478 oz. per 1,000 sq. ft or  1 gallon water.

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07/24/2014 Bf from Covington,la

QSolitare Herbicide on Centipede with torpedo grass
I have torpedo grass creeping in from my lazy neighbors! This contains quinlorac which is know to kill torpedo grass but I get mixed info on its safety with Centipede. Vantage, Hi yield grass killers barely keep it at bay and I what it dead! Since this is a decrease amount of quinlorac does that make it safe?

ASolitare Herbicide will treat the Torpedo in Centipede. It will not harm Centipede as long as you apply while temps stay below 85 degrees and is applied as labeled.

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07/12/2014 Justin from Indianapolis Indiana

QIs Solitaire Herbicide systemic?

AYes. Solitaire Herbicide is designed to translocate throughout the plants to which you apply the product. Like other post-emergent herbicides, the product will be most effective when target weeds are young and actively growing.

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06/01/2014 Rita from Columbia, Ct

QHow much Solitare do I mix with 1.5 gallons of water

A You will need to use .367 - .735 oz Solitare Herbicide - 1 lb. per 1,000 sq feet. The exact amount of water use will nto be important. As long as the amount of active ingredient is spread equally over that area the amount of water is not important.  To calibrate your equipment, for example, a 1 gallon sprayer, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used the entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount of product in 1 gallon of water.

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07/15/2013 Steve from Statesboro, Ga.

QIs Solitare okay to use on Bahia grass?
Do you know if Solitare is okay to use on Bahia grass?

ASolitare is not labeled for use on Bahia grass and could harm it. Please let us know what you are trying to eliminate from your Bahia lawn and we will try to find a product more suited to your needs.

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08/29/2011 Carl from Aiken South Carolina

QWill Solitaire Herbicide have any adverse affect on St. Augustine?
I used it on a mixture of St Augustine and centipede and the Augustine turn brown. Will it kill the St. Augustine?

ASt. Augustine grass is very fragile and is not on the Solitaire label as a turf grass that it can be used on.  It may or may not kill the St. Augustine, but St. Augustine will typically turn brown for a short time if it is not healthy and will definitely brown if it is distressed in any way.  Only time will tell, but in the future it is very important to make sure your type of grass is on the herbicide label you want to use.

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06/20/2011 Jason

QWe maintain a large stand of vinca minor and vinca major and have a huge problem with nutsedge.
Can this product be applied to these beds with out killing or stunning the vinca.

ASolitare Herbicide is formulated specifically to use on turfgrass and we are not sure what effect it would have on Vinca Minor or Vinca Majora. We recommend that you contact your local cooperative extension office and speak to the master gardener on staff for product recommendations.

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