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Selective Herbicides

Selective Herbicides
 
 
These type of herbicides kill certain types of weeds, grasses, sedges and other plants without harming others. There are many different types of selective herbicides and you can use our filtering option to help you narrow down your selection.
 
How to use our filtering option
 
Step 1.  Determine what kind of weed are you trying to eliminate.
 
 
These weeds are generally broader than grassy weeds and have the main vein that divides the leaf in half and then have other veins branching out from there.  Broadleaf weeds tend to be very distinguishable from each other and will often bear colorful flowers that vary in shape and size.  Compared to grassy weeds, these weeds can be much easier to prevent and control.
Examples of broadleaf weeds:

2. Grassy Weeds

These weeds tend to have narrow, long leaves with parallel running veins compared to the netlike pattern that broadleafs create.    They do not bear colorful flowers and the leaves are very similar and hard to distinguish from each other.  Seed heads are one of the best ways to tell the difference between these types of weeds

Examples of grassy weeds:

3. Sedges

4. Vines

 
Step 2.   Determine what kind of grass or foliage you have. 
 
Knowing what kind of grass you have is very important when using selective herbicides. Select your grass below to see which herbicides are safe for your lawn.

If you have a grass that is not listed above, please contact us to help determine which herbicide is right for your lawn.

 
 
Step 3.    Choose your target weed type and what kind of grass you have
 
Example:  If you are trying to kill Crabgrass and you have St. Augustine, you would choose grassy weeds and then St. Augustine
 
 
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  1. 3 Way Max Turf and Ornamental Broadleaf Herbicide

    Starting at: $38.25

    The 3 Way Max Turf and Ornamental (T &O) Broadleaf Herbicide is a selective broadleaf control in turfgrasses, including sodfarms. This multi-purpose herbicide contains three active ingredients; 47.3% 2,4D, 8.2% Meco Prop-P, and 2.3% Dicamba. Learn More

  2. Sedgehammer Plus

    Starting at: $13.50

    Sedgehammer Plus comes in convenient packs to mix with water as a post-emergent, selective herbicide to control sedges such as yellow and purple sedges, Kyllinga species and some broad leaf weeds.  Sedgehammer Plus also contains a dry, non-ionic surfactant to increase efficiency for the best results.

    Sedgehammer Plus may be used on both cool-season and warm season turf grasses such as Bluegrass, St. Augustine, Fescue (find and tall), Bermudagrass, Centipede, Perennial Ryegrass and more.

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  3. Specticle FLO -18 oz
    $279.95

    Specticle FLO with indaziflam, is a pre-emergent, selective and broad-spectrum herbicide that provides residual control of troublesome weeds such as crabgrass, annual sedge, poa annua and goosegrass. It also controls annual sedges and broadleaf weeds in turf, ornamentals (residential), hedgerows, hardscapes, Christmas trees, and conifers.

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  4. Trimec Classic Herbicide

    This classic herbicide 3 way herbicide with amine (2,4-D) has been a trusted herbicide to get rid of hard-to-kill weeds without repeat treatments. Trimec having been introduced as the first broadleaf herbicide 40 years ago has been the standard in the industry. It still maintains one of the top herbicides for intensively managed fine turf.

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  5. Bonide Sedge Ender # 069

    Bonide's Sedge Ender Concentrate kills yellow nutsedge, crabgrass, foxtail weeds, and other listed grassy weeds. Sedge Ender provides pre-emergent and post-emergent weed control, killing the toughest weeds, down to the root. Sedge Ender may be used on warm season and coool season grasses and is excellent in cool weathers. Sedge Ender is a selective pre emergence and post-emergence herbicide.

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