Vessel 3 Way Herbicide is a broad spectrum post emergent broadleaf herbicide that contains Trimec. There are 3 active ingredients that are combined together to provide maximum results. Vessel 3 Way Herbicide can be used on both warm and cool season turf grasses. It is great for weed control in turf and ornamental lawns in residential, ornamental and institutional sites.
|Active Ingredient:||Dimethylamine salt of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid - 30.56% |
Dimethylamine salt of (+)-(R)-2-(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy) propionic acid - 8.17%
Dimethylamine salt of dicamba: 3,6-dichloro-o-anisic acid - 2.77%
|Target pests:||Weeds that include Kentucky bluegrass, fescue, creeping bentgrass, perennial ryegrass, common bermudagrass, hybrid bermudagrass, zoysiagrass, bahiagrass, and St. Augustinegrass|
|For use in:||Ornamental lawns and turf in ornamental, residential and institutional sites|
|Application:||Kentucky Bluegrass, fescue spp., perennial ryegrass, bermudagrass and zoysiagrass: 1.1 to 1.5 fl oz of Vessel in 0.5 to 5 gallons water per 1,000 sq ft. |
Closely managed bentgrass: 1.0 fl oz of Vessel in 5 gallons of water per 1,500 sq ft.
St. Augustinegrass: 1.3 fl oz of Vessel in 5 gallons of water per 1,500 sq ft.
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||NY|
|Manufactured By:||PROKoZ Inc. (Manufacturer Product Number: VESSEL1)|
Broad spectrum postemergent broadleaf weed control.
Quick dandelion curl.
Tank mix compatible with most commonly used fungicides, insecticides, and spray adjuvants.
Exceptional turf tolerence.
Rainfast in 24 hours.
Reseed in 3 to 4 weeks.
Contains Trimec, which is extra 2, 4-D for a quick visual response.
Avoid drift of spray mist onto flowers, ornamental plants, vegetables, trees, shrubs, and other desirable plants.
PLEASE READ PRODUCT LABEL BEFORE USE
Have a question about this product?
Ask our product experts...
Ask a Question
May 6, 2014Tanner asked:
QHow much vessel herbicide can I mix into a 25 gallons sprayer with water in it?
I saw the per 1000 sq feet use 1.1 -1.5 fluid o and use 0.5 -5.0 volume water but how does that translate to being used in a 25 gal tank
AGenerally speaking, you would use 1.1-1.5 oz Vessel per gallon to treat 1,000 sq. feet. With that said it would all depend on what you are applying the product to. Please review the product label for your application. If you have any more questions, please let us know.
September 22, 2014Steve from Blair,ne asked:
QHow long is the shelf life of Vessel 3 Way Herbicide?
AThe shelf live of the Vessel 3 Way Herbicide will typically be 3-5 years if stored properly in a temperature stable environment and out of direct sunlight.
June 28, 2013Shelly from Wahoo, Nebraska asked:
QCan I use Vessel in between the rows of my sweet corn crop?
I have a large patch of sweet corn that is infested with button weed, dock weed and bind weed. I have heard this works wonderfully on these weeds. Can I use it safely in between my garden rows? Will it hurt potatoes and onions?
AVessel is only labeled for use on ornamental lawns and turfgrass. Vessel is not labeled for use around edible plants at all. Corn is one of those plants that is highly susceptible to herbicides and we cannot think of any herbicide that can be safely used around corn for post emergent control. You may want to contact your local department of agriculture for more advice on weed control around your veggies.
April 19, 2015William from 23036 Highway 70 East Heth Ar. 72346 asked:
QWill Vessel kill Bermuda grass? All want to do is kill the weeds in it.
January 11, 2014Richard from Raeford Nc asked:
QIs it safe for centipede grass?
I have centipede grass and I'm trying to control the Bermuda. Just want to make sure I can spray this on my grass without killing it.
AThe product label for Vessel 3 Way does not state that is is for use on Centipede grass so we would not recommend using it. We are not aware of a product that is labeled to remove Bermuda grass from centipede. The only suggestion we can give is to kill the Bermuda with a glyphosate product and then re-seed the centipede in those areas