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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. Southern Ag Atrazine

    Starting at: $14.95

    Southern Ag Atrazine with 4.0% atrazine controls many broadleaf weeds (emerged and from seeds) in St. Augustine and Centipede grass. It controls Florida Betony, Spurweed, Annual Bluegrass and many other problematic weeds. It also suppresses crabgrass. Learn More
  2. Trimec  Bentgrass Formula

    Starting at: $139.95

    Trimec Bentgrass Formula is a post-emergent herbicide that provides broadleaf weed control for use in sensitive grasses such as bentgrass. It is a popular and effective herbicide for controlling such weeds as dandelion, chickweed, knotweed, clover, henbit, plantain, surge and many other listed broadleaf weeds. Trimec may be applied on Bentgrass greens, tees, fairways and aprons.

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  3. Weed Whacker

    Starting at: $16.50

    Weed Whacker combines three active ingredients to kill 140+ weed types. This post-emergent selective broad-leaf herbicide may be applied to both cool and warm season kinds of grasses on residential turf against such weeds like dandelions, spurge, oxalis, plantain, ragweed, and others.

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  4. Segment II Herbicide

    Segment II Herbicide is a broad-spectrum, post-emergent control of annual and perennial grassy weed such as crabgrass, barnyardgrass, bahiagrass, bermudagrass and many more listed grasses. As a selective herbicide it may be applied in centipedegrass and established fine and tall fescues. Segment II is not formulated to contol control sedges or broadleaf weeds.

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  5. Quali-Pro Sedgemaster

    Quali-Pro Sedgemaster with Halosulfuron-methyl 75% controls nutsedge and broadleaf weeds as a selective post-emergent herbicide without injury to ornamentals and turfgrass. Apply Sedgemaster in both warm and cool season turf grasses (established lawns, ornamental turfgrass, landscaped areas, commercial and residential turfgrass), and non-crop sites (see label for list). Learn More
  6. 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

  7. Brushmaster Herbicide- Qt

    Starting at: $32.50

    Brushmaster Herbicide as a post-emergent herbicide controls the toughest brush such as brambles, multiflora rose, kudzu, poison ivy, poison oak, and many other listed trees, vines and broadleaf weeds. Brushmaster is an ester Trimec formulation that can be sprayed almost any season of the year with its flexible label. Many uses include roadside ditches, fencerows, shoulders, farmstead buildings and other non-crop areas. Brushmaster is a low-volatile formulation that penetrates the unwanted vegetation and kills the roots. It is tough on broadleaf weeds and brush. It will not strip treated areas of erosion protection such as chemical sterilants and is economical to use.

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  8. Trimec Southern -2.5 Gallon

    Starting at: $37.75

    Trimec Southern combines three active ingredients, MCPP, 2,4-D and Dicamba for an effective broadleaf herbicide for southern grasses. The formulation in Trimec Southern minimizes the risk associated with southern turfgrass. It controls over 90 different broadleaf weeds, including clover, dandelion, and spurge. It is exceptional on clover and chickweed.

  9. Triclopyr 3 Herbicide

    Starting at: $159.95

    Triclopyr 3 with 44.4 % Triclopyr can be compared to Garlon 3A (same active ingredient and percentage). Triclopyr 3 is a broad-spectrum woody, brush, and perennial broad leaf control specialty herbicide. Apply Triclopyr 3 on industrial non-crop areas, around farm buildings, forest sites, Christmas tree plantations, as well as right-of-ways and roadsides. It may also be used in aquatic sites which have little or no continuous outflow (see label).

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  10. Fahrenheit Herbicide

    Starting at: $33.50

    Fahrenheit Herbicide combines metsulfuron-methyl and dicamba in an easy to use water soluble granule formulation. Fahrenheit is a selective herbicide that controls a broad spectrum of grassy weeds and broadleaf weeds in labeled warm-season turfgrasses. When temperatures are above 50 degrees, apply in spring, summer or fall months. Visible results are seen with Fahrenheit in 7-10 days.

    Weeds are controlled after germination with some residual, pre-emergent activity on certain weed species.

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