Revolver Herbicide- Control Resistant Weeds
Revolver Selective Herbicide may seem expensive but is effective on cool-season grasses at low use rates. The active ingredient is foramsulfron, a sulfonylurea type of active removes cool-season grasses from tolerant warm-season grasses. This post-emergent herbicide may be used to remove cool-season grasses from bermudagrass greens, tee boxes, collars and approaches surronding bermudagrass greens.
It will also be used to remove volunteer ryegrass, Poa annua, Poa trivialis and goosegrass from actively growing bermudagrass and zoysiagrass without harming the desirable grasses
Results are quick and generally apparent within one to two weeks
Post-ermergent control of many cool-season grasses(clumpy ryegrass, Poa annua and other weeds) in bermudagrass and soyzia-grass, as well as a control of goosegrass and suppression of dallisgrass.
Revolver's Top Features
- Transitions ryegrass effectively and quickly
- Goosegrass control and Dallis grass suppression
- Different mode of action for resistance management
- Labeled for use on listed Bermudagrass greens
- Easy mixing and application
- Low rates, cost-effective
- can apply as early as 7 days prior to overseeding
Revolver Timing of Application
Warm weather (70 degrees F ) or higher it will take about a week to remove the cool-season grasses. In lower temps of 60 degrees, it could take 2-3 weeks or longer.
. It is labeled for use on golf course turf, sports fields, commercial lawns, cemeteries, parks, campsites, recreational areas, home lawns, roadsides, school grounds and sod farms.
Revolver is used a lot on overseeded dormant bermudagrass as a transition aid.