A selective herbicide designed to kill sedges and grassy weeds in warm season turf grasses. This weed killer also kills many broadleaf weeds.
IMAGE Nutsedge Killer is a postemergent, selective weed control product for use on southern turfgrass and selected ornamentals. Its patented formula starves weeds to death. IMAGE Nutsedge Killer targets the toughest southern weedsYellow & Purple Nutsedge or Nutgrass, Wild Onion and Garlic, Dollarweed, Field Sandbur, Ryegrass, Crabgrass, unwanted Bahiagrass, White Clover, Henbit, Chickweed, Annual Bluegrass, Virginia Buttonweed, and Dandelion.
“IMAGE Nutsedge Killer Starves Purple & Yellow Nutsedge to Death!
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IMAGE Nutsedge Killer is labeled for use on Bermudagrass, St. Augustinegrass (DO NOT APPLY TO ST. AUGUSTINE FOR WINTER WEED CONTROL), Centipedegrass, and Zoysiagrass.
It is formulated for use on warm-season turfgrasses in the following states: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Hawaii, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, New Mexico, Nevada, Virginia, and Texas.
IMAGE Nutsedge Killer can also be used effectively to control tough weeds growing in and around many ground covers and ornamental shrubs.
It is widely used as a weed killer for lawns.
IMAGE Nutsedge Killer Controls Summer & Winter Weeds
Apply IMAGE Nutsedge Killer on summer weeds following the spring green up of the turf and preceding the onset of winter dormancy. To prevent severe discoloration, applications should not be made before or during turf transition or during periods of very slow growth. NOTE: Do NOT apply to
Active Ingredient is Imazaquin
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Q: Can this product be applied in wintertime to kill annual blue grass and other lawn weeds that grow in cold weather?
A: Not if the grass is not actively growing.