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, 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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  • 24 of 24 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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  • 15 of 15 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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  • 6 of 6 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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  • 4 of 5 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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  • 4 of 4 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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  • 3 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  works great
    By Richard in Destin, FL on 02/22/2017

    a little hesitatent to use this on my mixed St Augustine and other unidentified strains of grasses, but charged ahead with the minimum, .5oz / gal in a 1 gal hand sprayer, the yard size is 5,000 sq. ft. It did a wonderful job on all the dandelions and a few other weeds. on my next pass through the yard in a couple of months i will up the amount to .75oz/gal and see if that does a better job. i am highly satisfied with the results an expect this to be the number one in weed control for me.

    Expert Response   Expert response:
    Thank you for your feedback! We do recommend identifying the type of turfgrass you have so that you can avoid injury and get a proper treatment plan in place to keep it healthy! Your Florida Extension has an excellent online Lawn Handbook to assist you: https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/features/handbooks/floridalawn.html Please let us know if we can further assist you!

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Great herbicide
    By Eugene in Hartsfield, Georgia on 04/28/2017

    The product does just what I wanted it to do. It kills hebit and yellow wood sorrel without damaging my centipede and St Augustine grass

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    2 of 5 stars  Killed my Centipede Grass
    By Bob in Myrtle Beach, SC on 07/16/2017

    1 oz per gal of water and the grass died deader than a kipper on a cracker. Used it for spot spraying weed thank heavens and not total coverage. You get measurements of .37 oz to 2 oz as recommended amounts per 1000 sq ft (which unless info if you are a farmer). i understand that 1 gal is 1000 sf. The Trimec I used before (not the one for souther lawns) worked great. Not sure what is going on with the southern lawn formula.

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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.

27 of 28 people found this answer helpful.
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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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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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Most Recent Customer Questions

09/08/2017 Steve from Warrington, Pa

QWhat's the mix rate of Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide?

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You will dilute .75 oz Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide per gallon water to cover 1000 sq feet.

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08/25/2017 Stephanie from Plaquemine

QWill Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide kill St Augustine grass in my Bermuda lawn?

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Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide is safe for use in both St. Augustine and Bermuda grass so it will not harm either. 

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07/29/2017 Pete from Cheraw Sc 29520

QHow many ounces of Trime Southern do I use per gallon of water?

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Trimec 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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07/21/2017 Judy from Sterling City, Tx

QIs Trimec Southern safe to use where horses and goats are grazing?

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Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide is not labeled to be used in pastures where animals graze.  We do have many other herbicides for Range & Pasture here depending on your target weeds and desirable grass in the pasture.

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07/01/2017 Paul from Chesapeake, Va

QCan I use Trimec on Saint Augustine grass?
If so can you tell me which one to buy? It's June and about 90 degrees right now. I have about 60 percent St. Augustine and 40 percent weeds trying to get the Augustine to grow and kill the weeds. Any help would be appreciated.

A

Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide is labeled to be used on St Augustine lawns other than Floratam species.

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06/29/2017 Paul from Rose Hill, Nc

QHow long must I wait to mow my centipede lawn after applying Trimec Southern?
I sprayed at the end of June. Temperatures average 85 degrees during the day and 65 at night.

A

You should wait at least 2 days after applying Trimec Southern before mowing your lawn.

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06/28/2017 Cecilia from Muldrow, Oklahoma

QIs it recommended to mow before or after applying Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide?

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 The Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide does not specifically state if if mowing before or after is beneficial to the effectiveness of the application, but we generally recommend that you do not mow within 2 days of herbicide applications. Applications need to be made when there is no expected rainfall for 24hrs, and temperatures are not above 90 degrees. DO NOT apply to newly seeded turf until after the 2nd or 3rd mowing. Being a post emergent, this product will absorb better and more thoroughly if the weeds have some growth to them and are not cut short.

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05/28/2017 Kay from Mobile, Al

QHow much Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide do I mix in a 2 gallon sprayer?
I'm covering about 1000 sq ft of st augustine and centipede trying to get rid of spurge, wild violets and others weeds

A

Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide can be applied to established St. Augustine and Centipede lawns at the rate of 0.37-0.55 fl oz per 1,000 sq ft. We recommend applying when temperatures do not exceed 90 degrees or below 50 degrees. Do not apply more than the recommended amount per area. Please fill your sprayer with plain water and mark off a 100 X 10 or 50 X 20 area. You will walk and spray as if you were treating to determine the volume of water needed for 1,000 sq ft.

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05/23/2017 Frank from Upland, Ca

QUp to what degrees can I spray Trimec Southern?

A

Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide can be sprayed up to 90 degrees Fahrenheit without harming your desirable turf.

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05/16/2017 Danny

QHow many ounces per gallon of water do I use when applying Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide?

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Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide is applied at 0.37 - 0.75 oz per 1,000 sq. ft. (2 - 3 pints per acre)
* See label for complete application instructions

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