Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide

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Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide

Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide was made with susceptible southern grasses in mind, but is still extremely effective in controlling broadleaf weeds and is one of the best amine Trimec complexes for controlling clover. Using less 2,4-D to accommodate sensitive warm-season grasses, and higher in MCPP to maintain the quality of Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide and is specially formulated for southern grasses. This ratio is in fact the best ratio for killing clover making this perfect for anyone, anywhere that needs to control chickweed and clover. Use this Trimec Southern on southern grasses such as Zoysia grass, Bermuda grass, St. Augustine grass, and centipede grass and on cool season grasses like fescue, rye grass, and bluegrass. This should not be applied to Floratam St. Augustine grass.




Use Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide to control clover in both the North and the South.

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  • 21 of 21 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Trimec southern
    By Rich in Fay, nc on 03/03/2013

    I use this product to controll southern weeds that invade my nc lawn. Product does as it states without damaging my centipeede. I heard about this product from my ag dealer, and I haven't stopped using it yet. I would definitely recommend it to anyone...

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  • 12 of 12 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Kills my worst lawn weeds (lot was former pasture land)
    By D.m. in Prattville, AL on 03/30/2015

    I've been using Trimec Southern for 4 years now and it knocks down my worst weeds consistently without affecting my Bermudagrass lawn in Central Alabama. My lot was formerly pasture land, so it's got some of the hardiest weeds I've ever faced and Trimec kills everything and leaves my lawn intact.

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  • 3 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Great stuff
    By Larry in Georgetown, TX on 03/15/2016

    I have used this for 3 years now & is as advertised - kills allmost all broadleaf type weeds. Next year I will also go with a pre-emergent for the grassy type weeds. Waited too long this year, and am paying the price with my weed popper, which right after a rain orks pretty well.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    2 of 5 stars  Trimec Southern, not so good on henbit
    By Christy in Madison, Alabama on 09/23/2015

    Purchased to control henbit and other broadleaf. I would give it a 5-star most broadleaf but no stars for henbit. I sprayed twice here in the Fall for henbit and they are unaffected. I have followed the label directions but the henbit is growing well. Since they are in the lawn, I do not want to use more as it will kill the grass which is still green. I read there is a Trimec Plus for henbit but not sure if it will work and this herbicide is already expensive. I read that burning kills henbit ;(

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Trimec
    By Lynn in Guyton on 05/22/2016

    I have been please with the results that I have gotten do far. The only negative is it is a bit slow working. I am very happy that it did not kill my centipede grass. I would recommend this product to anyone with weed issues.

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06/30/2014 Bill from Arley, Al

QHow many ounces Trimec Southern to mix with a two gallon back pack sprayer
Using a two gallon back pack sprayer to spray spot area for the spurge weed.

A For broadleaf control, you would mix 0.75 oz Trimec Southern per 1,000 square or approx. 1 gallon water. you would want to mix approx. 1.5 oz with 2 gallons water.

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04/26/2013 Anthony from Dandridge, Tn

QHow quickly does Trimec kill weeds?
I specifically want to kill dandelions, however I have a number of various weeds in my lawn that I would like to eliminate.

AIt can take 1-3 weeks to see results on young, actively growing weeds when using Trimec Southern.

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01/22/2014 John from Dallas, Texas

QHow much trimec southern for a 5 gallon backpack sprayer to spray weeds in bermuda grass?

AFor broadleaf control, you would mix 0.75 oz per 1,000 square feet on Bermuda turf. The amount of water is not as important as making sure to apply the solution uniformily over the 1,000 square foot section. Most herbicide labels will list how much active ingredient should be used per 1,000 square feet. To calibrate your equipment, for example, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used an entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount in 1 gallon of water. If you only use ½ gallon to cover the 1000 square feet then you mix the recommended amount on the product label in a 1/2 gallon of water.

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03/17/2013 Mike from Newnan, Ga

QTrimec southern, do you mix with water or just pour and spray straight?

A

Trimec Southern is a concentrated product that must be diluted with water prior to use. We have linked the product label below so you can review the application instructions:

http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/msds/TrimecSouthern-Label.pdf

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02/25/2014 Bing from Moorhead, Ms

QI need to know the rate for a 1.4 acre lawn. how much per 25 gallons. Also when is the best time to use

AFor broadleaf control, you would mix 0.75 oz Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide per 1,000 square feet on Bermuda turf. The amount of water is not as important as making sure to apply the solution uniformily over the 1,000 square foot section. Most herbicide labels will list how much active ingredient should be used per 1,000 square feet. To calibrate your equipment, for example, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used an entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount in 1 gallon of water. If you only use ½ gallon to cover the 1000 square feet then you mix the recommended amount on the product label in a 1/2 gallon of water. The application time varies from region to region. You do want to make sure that the weeds you are treating, are actively growing before application.

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Most Recent Customer Questions

04/27/2016 Al from Florida

QDoes Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide need a surfactant? Would a surfactant produce better weed control?

A

Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide†comes with a surfactant already mixed in the product so you do not have to purchase and mix a surfactant separately like you do with most of the other herbicides that we sell.†

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04/15/2016 Steven from Ellijay, Ga

QWill Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide kill wood sorrel (oxalis stricta) on zoysia grass?
Also, is it safe to use on zoysia grass?

A

Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide is labeled to control†Oxalis (*yellow woodsorrel & creeping woodsorrel) and is safe for use on zoyiagrass as directed on the label.

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03/26/2016 Gino from Jacksonville, Fl

QIs Trimec Southern safe for Floratam St Augustine grass? How much product do I use per gallon of water?
Do I just spray the weed or the whole yard?

A

No, Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide is not safe for use on floratam St. Augustine grass.†

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03/21/2016 Brad from Jacksonville, Tx

QDo I need surfactant with Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide?
I am using the product on St Augustine & Bermuda.

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No, you do not need a surfactant with Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide. There is already a surfactant in the product.

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03/19/2016 Rex from Bee Branch, Arkansas

QWill Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide damage the lawn if sprayed with temp in 40's or 50's?

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Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide will not harm your lawn in those temps and especially as long as your turf is listed on the product label as tolerant to the product. The biggest concern with herbicides is making sure you are not applying it when temperatures are too hot or over 85 degrees. Keep in mind that post-emergent herbicides such as Trimec will be most effective when the target weeds are young and actively growing, so you would see limited results, if any, when temperatures are less than 60 degrees.

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10/05/2015 Justin from Walker Louisiana

QCan I mix Trimec Southern with Pendulum?

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The Trimec Southern product label does not indicate nor give directions for tank mix combinations. Therefore, we would recommend that you contact the manufacturer, PBI Gordon at 800-821-7925 for further assistance regarding tank mixtures.

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05/24/2015 Bryan from Belton, Tx

QThis product is labeled for roundleaf greenbriar. Should I mix with diesel, cut and paint it on the stems?
Roundleaf Greenbriar is VERY HARD TO KILL!! Any suggestions are appreciated!!

ANo, Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide is labeled to be mixed with water and sprayed directly on the unwanted plant. The amount of product you use will depend on the type of lawn that you have. The maximum number of applications per year is two and there should be at least 30 days between applications. Be sure to read the label carefully before using this product and follow the instructions given.

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04/05/2015 Mickey from Elwood

QWhen can livestock, in our case horses, be put back on to pasture treated with Trimec Southern?
Need to eliminate white clover and chickweed in a 5 acre pasture we rely on for summer grazing. need to have horses on it by mid-may. Live in central Indiana.

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We would not recommend using Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide in an area where animals will be grazing. If it has already been used, the animals should not be placed in the area for an entire grazing season.

 

We would recommend using Martins Clear Pasture. There are no grazing restrictions except in lactating dairy animals.

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04/01/2015 Gary from Wagoner, Ok

QWhat is the mix proportion per gal or water for Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide. My label got destroyed.

ATrimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide is applied at 0.37 - 0.75 oz per 1,000 sq. ft. The amount of water is not as important as making sure to apply the solution uniformily over the 1,000 square foot section. Most herbicide labels will list how much active ingredient should be used per 1,000 square feet. To calibrate your equipment, for example, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used an entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount in 1 gallon of water. If you only use ½ gallon to cover the 1000 square feet then you mix the recommended amount on the product label in a 1/2 gallon of water.

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02/07/2015 John from Augusta, Ga.

QWhat is the mix ratio for Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide?

AFor broadleaf control, you would mix 0.75 oz Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide per 1,000 square feet. The amount of water is not as important as making sure to apply the solution uniformily over the 1,000 square foot section. Most herbicide labels will list how much active ingredient should be used per 1,000 square feet. To calibrate your equipment, for example, mark off an area of 1,000 square feet, and cover that area at your normal pace as evenly as possible. If you used an entire gallon, you would use the recommended amount in 1 gallon of water. If you only use ½ gallon to cover the 1000 square feet then you mix the recommended amount on the product label in a 1/2 gallon of water. The application time varies from region to region. You do want to make sure that the weeds you are treating, are actively growing before application. 

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