SPECTICLE 20 WSP is a selective, preemergence alkylazine herbicide for use on warm season turfgrasses. It is not intended for post emergent application. SPECTICLE 20 WSP HERBICIDE controls many annual grasses including crabgrass, goosegrass, annual bluegrass, annual sedges, and broadleaf weeds in turf, ornamentals (residential), hedgerows, hardscapes, Christmas trees, and conifers. SPECTICLE 20 WSP HERBICIDE can be used only on established turf in areas including golf courses (roughs, tees, and fairways), sod farms, sports fields, lawns, both home and commercial, parks and cemeteries. SPECTICLE 20 WSP HERBICIDE controls weeds by reducing the emergence of seedlings through inhibition of cellulose biosynthesis (CB Inhibitor). Necrosis or yellowing may be observed if the herbicide is applied to herbaceous tissue such as leaves and green stems of susceptible plants. SPECTICLE 20 WSP HERBICIDE does not control tubers, rhizomes, bulbs, corms, existing rootstocks, and woody vegetation.
The herbicide needs to be activated prior to weed germination for most effective control. For maximum activity against germinating weeds, SPECTICLE 20 WSP HERBICIDE requires rainfall or
irrigation prior to weed germination. For use on sod farms, golf courses, and non-crop areas (excluding lawns), do not apply within 25 feet of ponds, lakes, rivers, streams, wetlands, and habitat containing aquatic and semi-aquatic plants.
|Active Ingredient:||Indaziflam 20%|
|Target pests:||Broadleaf weeds: American black nightshade, bittercress, California burclover, carpetweed, clover, common chickweed, common groundsel, common purslane, dandelion, doveweed, eclipta, evening primrose cutleaf, Florida pusley, hairy fleabane, horseweed, Kochia, lambsquarters, lawn burweed, little mallow, oxalis, panicle willowherb, plantain, prostrate pigweed, redmaids, shepherds purse, sowthistle (annuals), spurge, swinecress, wild mustard Grassy weeds: Annual bluegrass/Poa, cheat grass, common barnyard grass, crabgrass, foxtail brome, giant foxtail, goose grass, green foxtail, guinea grass, large/hairy crabgrass, mouse barley, nutsedge (annual), perennial rye grass, rice flatsedge, smooth crabgrass, tufted lovegrass, yellow foxtail|
|For use in:||Warm Season Turfgrasses Only: Bermudagrass, Zoysiagrass, Centipedegrass, St. Augustine, Buffalo, and Bahia grass Not For Use on Cool Season Turf such as fescue, kentucky bluegrass, ryegrass or bentgrass|
|Yield:||0.625 oz. packs typically treats 1/4 of an acre|
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July 23, 2013Quentin from Texas asked:
QHow much Specticle 20 WSP Pre-Emergent Herbicide to mix in one gallon water and how much will it cover?
AYou want to mix 0.086 oz of Specticle WSP in to one gallon of water to treat 1000 sq. feet. Please follow the product label application instructions.
October 25, 2013Arnold from Savannah Ga. asked:
QHow many gallons of water are appropriate for one packet of Spec 20 WSP to be sprayed on centipede?
AYou would want to mix one packet of Specticle 20 WSP Pre-Emergent Herbicide into 4 gallons of water if using a backpack sprayer.
December 13, 2013John from Ft Worth Tx asked:
QWhen is the best time to apply the Specticle 20 WSP Pre-Emergent Herbicide?
AConsult with your local Cooperative Extension Service for more specific applications timings for your local area to apply Specticle 20 WSP Pre-Emergent Herbicide. Their contact information can be found by clicking the link below.
October 21, 2013Jj from Lakeland, Fl. asked:
QHow much Specticle 20 do I mix in a 200 gallon tank for a solid coverage?
January 13, 2014Roger asked:
QHow many ounces of Specticle 20 WSP Pre-Emergent Herbicide are required for 4 gallons of water?
March 17, 2014Dee from Fla asked:
QHow on earth are you able to get good penetration AND coverage of 1000 sq. ft. with ONLY One Gallon of water ?
Is it not customary for 3-5 gallons per 1000 sq. ft. At least most label instructions... So, How on earth, WITH GOOD Faith, give an answer on a Q&A for someone to spray 1000 sq. ft. with ONLY one gallon of water/mix ???
AWe apologize that you are not happy with some of our previous Q&A responses. You can most certainly get adequate coverage with 1 gallon over 1000 sq/ft but it will depend on the turf area being treated. If it takes you 3 gallons of water to cover 1000 sq/ft to get adequate coverage for your specific yard to your liking, then mix the correct amount of product per 1000 sq/ft with 3 gallons of water. The water is purely the carrier and each applicator is going to walk at a different pace, and have equipment that is calibrated differently, and will apply more and less thoroughly than the next. The rule of thumb used by most professionals if it doesn't state an exact amount on the product label, is actually 2 gallons per 1000 sq/ft.