Southern Ag Atrazine Weed Killer for St. Augustine Grass is for use in St. Augustine Grass and Centipede Grass. Southern Ag Atrazine Weed Killer for St. Augustine Grass kills many broadleaf weeds and suppresses crabgrass. Southern Ag Atrazine Weed Killer for St. Augustine Grass controls both emerged weeds and weeds from seeds.
|Active Ingredient:||Atrazine: - 4.00% Related compounds - 0.08%|
|Target pests:||Kills many broadleaf weeds and suppresses crabgrass. Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua), Chickweed (Common and Mouseear), Crabgrass (suppression only), Cransbill, Cudweed, Dichondra, Florida Betony, Henbit, Knotweed, Lespedeza, Moneywort, Mustards, Narrowleaf Vetch, Parsley-Piert, Sandspur, Smutgrass, Spurge, Spurweed, Swinecrest, Woodsorrel and various annual clovers.|
|For use in:||St. Augustine Grass and Centipede Grass|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed.|
|Yield:||1 QUART COVERS 3,700 SQUARE FEET|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CA, WA|
|Manufactured By:||Southern Ag|
ESTABLISHED ST. AUGUSTINE GRASS and CENTIPEDE GRASS.This product may be applied during both dormant and growing seasons. Best results are usually obtained when applied in early spring or dormant periods when weeds are small or have not emerged. Do not apply more than two treatments per year.
This product controls Spurweed, Florida Betony, Annual Bluegrass and many other problem weeds in St. Augustinegrass and Centipedegrass turfs. This product will control both emerged weeds and weeds from seeds. Rain or water within 2 or 3 days of application may decrease the effectiveness on emerged weeds. However, for the control of weeds from seeds, rainfall or watering is necessary within 7 to 10 days after treatment.
SPURWEED: Control of Spurweed can best be obtained by applying when Spurweed has newly emerged (December and January).
FLORIDA BETONY: This weed emerges in the fall. Apply this product in mid to late October followed by a second application in mid to late February.
DICHONDRA, MONEYWORT: Apply this product in early April followed by a second application in July.
Note: Applications for SPURWEED or FLORIDA BETONY generally will give control or suppression of the other listed weeds. However, as a general rule, this product will give best control when applied to young tender weeds or just prior to weed emergence.
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June 25, 2012Carl from Arlington Tx. asked:
QCan I use Southern Ag Atrazine on Bermuda grass with out any harmfull effects on my lawn?
ASouthern Ag Atrazine Weed Killer is formulated specifically for St Augustine and Centipede grasses only and should not be used on Bermuda grass. We do carry a full line of selective herbicides of which many are labeled for use on Bermuda. Each product on our site has the product label link in the description page for your convenience. We are always here to answer questions or make recommendations should you need help.
March 7, 2013Steven from Frisco, Texas asked:
QCan I use atrazine, 2-4D, and Dicamba at the same time on my pre-spring St. Augustine?
I have henbit, crabgrass, and spurge (a whole lot of all of them); and my St. Augustine is not perfectly healthy right now. I want to get ahead of the weeds, but I don't want to harm my grass, which is still hibernating. I intend to give the grass some good fertilizer, acidify the soil, and get some iron on it as soon as it wakes up, but when it wakes up, the crabgrass and spurge will happily join the already overflowing henbit and choke my St. Augustine to death.
A Since you mentioned that your St. Augustine grass is not perfectly healthy right now, we are hesitant to recommend that you apply anything as you may cause more harm to your lawn than good. Herbicide product labels recommend applying products only to healthy lawns, and knowing that St Augustine grass is a sensitive grass we would advise that you contact a local landscaping company or master gardener in your area for the best advice on how to treat while the lawn is not healthy.
Since you mentioned that your St. Augustine grass is not perfectly healthy right now, we are hesitant to recommend that you apply anything as you may cause more harm to your lawn than good. Herbicide product labels recommend applying products only to healthy lawns, and knowing that St Augustine grass is a sensitive grass we would advise that you contact a local landscaping company or master gardener in your area for the best advice on how to treat while the lawn is not healthy.