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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. Negate 37 WG

    Negate 37 WG has a dual formula for powerful post-emergent control of grassy and tough broadleaf control in warm season turfgrass such as Bermudagrass and Zoysiagrass.

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  2. Flumigard Herbicide

    Starting at: $143.50

    Flumigard Herbicide is a water dispersible granule with 51.0% Flumioxazin. It has the same active ingredient and percentage as Clipper Herbicide It provides a long-term and fast selective control of in both aquatic and terrestrial weed/vegetation management of some of the problematic and toughest species such as Duckweed, Eurasian Water Milfoil, Filamentous Algae and Alligatorweed.

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  3. Quincept Selective Herbicide

    Starting at: $55.50

    Quincept Selective Herbicide combines 2,4-D, Quinclorac, and Dicamba as a selective, post-emergent herbicide. This herbicide is perfect for weed escapes or as a clean-up in areas that did not receive a preemergent herbicide during the spring months.

    It controls over 200 unwanted broadleaf and grassy weeds such as chickweed, dandelion, plantain, black medic, oxalis, knotweed, crabgrass, barnyard grass, foxtail, thistle, and more listed weeds and grasses.

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  4. 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
  5. Turflon Ester Ultra

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    Turflon Ester Ultra, with Triclopyr (60.45%) is a specialty herbicide. As a post-emergent herbicide, it controls a broad range of annual and perennial broadleaf weeds and kikuyugrass that have emerged and are active in tall fescue, perennial bluegrass, or perennial ryegrass. Learn More
  6. T-Zone SE- Gal

    Starting at: $35.95

    T Zone SE combines the active ingredients Triclopyr, Sulfentrazone, 2, 4-D and Dicamba acid for a broadleaf herbicide to kill tough weeds. T-Zone SE provides an effective cool-weather formulation in a quick knock-down product. TZone SE kills wild violet, ground ivy, oxalis, clover, and the toughest broadleaf weeds in turf, and provides suppression of young and actively growing yellow nutsedge.

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  7. Q4 Plus Turf Herbicide-Gallon

    Starting at: $46.50

    Q4 Plus Turf Herbicide has four active ingredients to control yellow nutsedge, crabgrass, foxtail, certain grassy weeds, and other troublesome broadleaf weeds in cool-season turf areas. Learn More
  8. Target MSMA 6 Plus

    Target MSMA 6 Plus is a post emergent herbicide with 47.6% MSMA and a surfactant (wetting agent) combined. No additional surfactants are necessary. It is an excellent choice for crabgrass control as well as dallisgrass, johnsongrass, chickweed and other weeds.

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  9. Cool Power Selective Herbicide

    Starting at: $49.45

    As its name suggests, Cool Power Selective Herbicide is made for cool- weather conditions, making it an ideal solution for winter weed control, early season application in transition zones and dormant warm season turf.

    It combines three powerful active ingredients (MCPA, Triclopyr, and Dicamba) for post-emergent control of a broad spectrum of broadleaf weeds such as chickweeds, dandelions, spurge and oxalis.

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  10. MSMA 6 Plus Herbicide

    Drexel's MSMA 6 Plus Herbicide with 47.6% MSMA combines a selective herbicide and a surfactant as a post-emergent herbicide that works well against crabgrass and other grassy weeds such as bahiagrass, barnyardgrass, dallisgrass, and weeds such as chickweed, dandelions, ragweed and other listed weeds and grasses. For best results, apply with air temperatures are above 70°F.

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