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Surflan AS Specialty Herbicide is a selective pre-emergent herbicide for the control of annual grasses and many broad-leaf weeds in landscape ornamentals, container grown ornamentals, field grown ornamentals, ornamental bulbs, ground covers/perennials, Christmas Tree plantations, Non-bearing fruit and nut trees and non-bearing vineyards, noncropland industrial sites, and established warm season turf including Bermudagrass, Bahiagrass, Buffalograss, Centipedegrass, St. Augustinegrass, Zoysiagrass and Tall Fescue.
|Active Ingredient:||Oryzalin - 40.4%|
|Target pests:||Annual grasses: Barley, Barnyardgrass, Bluegrass, Crabgrass, Crowfootgrass, Cupgrass, Foxtail, Goosegrass, Johnsongrass, Junglerice, Lovegrass, Oat, Panicum, Ryegrass, Signalgrass, Sprangletop, Witchgrass.
Broadleaf Weeds: Bittercress, Carpetweed, Chickweed, Fiddleneck, Filaree, Groundsel, Henbit, Knotweed, Lambsquarters, Pigweed, Puncturevine, Purslane, Pusley, Rocket, Rockpurslane, Shepherdspurse, Spurge, Woodsorrel
Suppresses these weeds (control may range from poor to excellent depending on several factors): Horseweed, Ladysthumb, Lettuce, Mallow, Milkweed, Morningglory, Mustard, Nightshade, Ragweed, Smartweed, Sowthistle, Spurge, Teaweed, Velvetleaf, Wheat
|For use in:||Landscape ornamentals, container grown ornamentals, field grown ornamentals, ornamental bulbs, ground covers/perennials, Christmas Tree plantations, Non-bearing fruit and nut trees and non-bearing vineyards, noncropland industrial sites
Warm-Season Turf: Bermudagrass, Bahiagrass, Buffalograss, Centipedegrass, St. Augustinegrass, Zoysiagrass and Tall Fescue
|Application:||* See label for complete application instructions|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||HI, PR|
|Shipping Weight:||25.80 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||United Phosphorus Inc.|
Surflan AS controls weeds growing from seed. Surflan AS will not control emerged weeds. Surflan AS does not control established weeds, weeds growing from stolens, rhizomes, or root pieces. Therefore, areas to be treated should be free of emerged weeds. Weed residues, prunings, and trash should be thoroughly mixed into the soil or removed prior to treatment. In field applications, the soil should be in good tilth and free of clods at the time of application.
Apply Surflan AS as a directed spray to the soil surface or over the top of plants. Use only a properly calibrated, low-pressure, herbicide sprayer that will apply the spray uniformly. Use screens no finer than 50 mesh in nozzles and in-line strainers. Apply the appropriate rate of Surflan AS. In all cases, use sufficient water volume to obtain uniform coverage and deliver the desired rate of Surflan AS to the treated area. The volume of water used is not critical, as long as the desired rate of Surflan AS is delivered uniformly across the area treated. When calibrating, determine the volume of water delivered by the sprayer to a given area (1,000 sq. ft., 1 acre, etc.). Then mix the desired rate of Surflan AS in the amount of water required to cover the entire area to be treated. As the amount of water used (spray volume) decreases, the importance of accurate calibration and uniform application increases. Maintain continuous agitation from mixing through application. Avoid spray pattern skips and overlaps that may result in incomplete coverage or over-application.
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Surflan AS Herbicide
By Mary in Crescent City California on 11/11/2011
WE received excellent, speedy service from DOMyOwnPestControl. We feel it is an excellent product and this company offered an excellent price and service.We will be doing business with them again as needed.
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By Richard in Lake Wyliw, SC on 08/28/2011
Very quick delivery (actually too quick :)) and wrapped very well.
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My work horse pre emergent
By Rick in Chico,CA on 02/19/2015
This is my main pre emergent and this brand is the most economical that I've found. I use it mixed with Roundup for pre and post emergence. This year I'm also trying it on Fescue lawns for Crabgrass prevention. I'm having a little trouble with small flakes clogging my sprayer and it's a bit of a pain to measure. It's a thick glue-like orange liquid which sticks to the measuring cup and takes some scrubbing to get out. Otherwise an effective and economical product.
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By Brinkley in Canadian, Texas on 06/13/2015
Fast on time delivery!! A+++!! And product works amazing, just treat lawns early spring and late fall with some fertilizing here and there. Then you will have a healthy weed free lawn year around!!
3 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Great Surflan Purchase
By Billy in Chesapeake, VA. on 03/30/2013
Great price and fast shipment, you cannot bet that combo! I will be back for other herbicide purchases. I like doing business here because of the quality products. This is an excellent pre-emerge chemical from an A+ company. Order response was quick and detailed and shipping date was quickly determined and relayed to me.
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By Tj in Douglas, AZ on 03/04/2015
I work in Yellowstone National Park in the summer, so I am not at home to take care of my yard. I use Surflan to help stop seed germination so I won't return home to a yard full of weeds.
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Fast, Easy Transaction
By Larayne in Angels Camp, CA on 03/08/2013
Very easy purchase and fast delivery. I definitely will order again from you!
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surflan pre emergent
By Tom in auburn california on 09/26/2014
couldn't find any around town so i brought my business here.starting to get way too many fox tails and cant get them all with round up because iv used this before and it works great.im very happy with these guys and will be back and i highly recommend these guys.
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By B in Columbus, OH on 11/05/2015
Every thing was fine and convenient.
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01/30/2013 Paul from Spring Branch, Tx 78070
QWhat is a good pre-emergent for controlling sticker burrs/goatheads?
I live in central Texas and have a terrible problem with stickers in the yard. Don't know the exact name of the stickers; we call them goatheads among other things.
A Surflan AS would be a great option. It is safe to be used on most grass types including some of the most sensitive ones like St Augustine. It will control Sandburs in your yard, as well as a multitude of other broadleaf weeds. It is highly recommended that you refer to the product label prior to purchase to make sure your lawn type is listed under grass species that are tolerant to the product.
Surflan AS would be a great option. It is safe to be used on most grass types including some of the most sensitive ones like St Augustine. It will control Sandburs in your yard, as well as a multitude of other broadleaf weeds. It is highly recommended that you refer to the product label prior to purchase to make sure your lawn type is listed under grass species that are tolerant to the product.
11/02/2011 Doug from Glendale, Az
QWhat is the shelf life of Surflan AS Herbicide?
ASurflan AS Herbicide should be used within 3 years of the date of purchase.
QWhat would you recommend?
I have about 75 acres I am treating. There is Bermuda and St Augustine but in most places it is not established very well. I work right outside the Dallas Area. The stickers are the main problem.
AAlthough Surflan AS is labeled for sandbur which we believe is the "sticker" you are talking about, it is not recommended to use in turf grass that is not well established as you suggested. You could damage the turf grass using this product. We recommend Image 70 DG to treat sandbur. Also, to prevent them for next year, you should apply Barricade as a pre-emergent in the late fall.
08/31/2011 Michelle from Payson, Az
QIs the 2.5 gal container of Surflan AS a concentrate?
After reading the label on-line, it appears that it is. I just want to make sure. Thank you
ASurflan AS is indeed a concentrated herbicide.
QDo you recommend Surflan AS Herbicide as a pre-emergent for foxtail barley in my pasture grass?
Some information I have read for foxtail says to apply the herbicide this fall and some say to apply it next spring. When do you suggest I apply it? I live in Grand Junction, CO. (Elev. 4800 ft.) where there are late Falls and early Springs. The pasture is a wheat grass and some orchard grass.
A Surflan AS is a great pre-emergent and will work on foxtail as well as many other broad leaf weeds, but is not labeled for use in pastures. Most pre-emergents should be applied in both the Fall and early Spring. It varies depending on where you live and climates where you live. We recommend contacting your local county extension office as they should have the most accurate information on how and when to treat weeds and insects in your local area, as well as the best advice on what to use in a grazing pasture.
Surflan AS is a great pre-emergent and will work on foxtail as well as many other broad leaf weeds, but is not labeled for use in pastures. Most pre-emergents should be applied in both the Fall and early Spring. It varies depending on where you live and climates where you live. We recommend contacting your local county extension office as they should have the most accurate information on how and when to treat weeds and insects in your local area, as well as the best advice on what to use in a grazing pasture.
04/14/2015 Tim from Rodeo, Nm
QI have a backback and a 30gl tow behind sprayer with a boom and a wand. I am looking for a simple mix ratio
to kill various weeds.
ASurflan AS Herbicide should be mixed at 1.5-2oz per gallon water.
02/02/2015 Catherine from Arlington, Tx
QHow much area will one quart cover?
I'm trying to figure out how much to buy. I will be testing approximately 1/6 of an acre that I'd IN FEED WITH sandburs.
AThe application rates of Surflan AS Herbicide will depend on a couple of variables such as application site (ornamentals, turf, christmas tree plantations) and length of desired control. If you are treating turf please specify the type of turf. As soon as you provide us with this additional information we should be able to better answer your question. Thank you and we hope to hear from you soon!
09/01/2014 Doltade from Pune
ASurflan AS Herbicide has 40% Oryzalin for the active ingredient. Please provide additional information so that we are able to better answer all of your questions.
05/22/2014 Dan from Oklahoma City, Ok
QIs Surflan AS harmful to chickens?
My chickens are free range chickens and can lock them in the coop for a couple of days post-spray to keep them safe if need be.
04/19/2014 Scott from Slidell, La
QAmount of Surflan AS per Gallon in Tank Sprayer
In the Label I do not see a recommendation for Tank Sprayer mixing. For non-crop land application, it recommends 4.5 oz/1000sq ft. Do you have any idea about the conversion for a 1 gallon tank sprayer?
03/03/2014 Alan from Phoenix, Az
QWant a pre-emergent to spray on desert landscape to control weeds & not harm existing plants
What is a good product to use? I live in Phoenix, Az. Thanks!
ASurflan AS is our most popular product for your type of setting. It is highly recommended that you refer to the product label prior to purchase to make sure the type of weed you are trying to control is listed.
02/21/2014 May from Livermore, Ca
QWhat type of herbicides, pre and post emergent can I use in a vineyard?
AWe still have a few more questions to adequately answer your questions. Please call us at 866-581-7378 so that we can further assist you. Thank you!
01/13/2014 Toxie from Montague Texas 76251
QWhat preemergence prevents goathead stickers
ASurflan AS would be a great option. It is safe to be used on most grass types including some of the most sensitive ones like St Augustine. It will control Sandburs in your yard, as well as a multitude of other broadleaf weeds. It is highly recommended that you refer to the product label prior to purchase to make sure your lawn type is listed under grass species that are tolerant to the product.
12/28/2013 Kk from Elk Grove, Ca.
QShould I weed the yard before application of Surflan AS?
I'd assume that would be optimum, but will it still work if weeds are left in place?
ASurflan AS is a pre-emergent herbicide. This means that it will only control weed growth before they pop up out of the ground. Pre-emergents are best applied in fall and early spring to best prevent future weed growth later in the seasons. So, yes you can apply a pre-emergent without first weeding, as it will not take care of the already grown weeds - it only will prevent more future growth from sprouting.
09/08/2013 Dana from Galiano Island, Bc
QCan Surflan be safely used on established asparagus beds?
ASurflan AS is not labeled to be applied in any type of edible garden. We do not carry any pre-emergents labeled to be used in vegetables garden. 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.