Annual and Perennial Grasses Controlled
When used as directed, Segment offers excellent control of:
Bahiagrass,Barnyardgrass, Bentgrass (Highland, Colonial), Bermudagrass, Broadleaf, Signalgrass Brome, Downy Crabgrass (Large, Smooth), Cupgrass, Woolly Foxtails, Goosegrass, Johnsongrass,Junglerice, Lovegrass, Orchardgrass, Seedling Pigeongrass, Panicum spp., Quackgrass, Red Sprangletop Ryegrass, Annual Sandbur, Field Shattercane/Wildcane,Velvetgrass, German Volunteer Barley, Volunteer Oats, Volunteer Rye, Volunteer Wheat, Wild Oats, Wild Proso Millet, Wirestem Muhly Witchgrass
|For Use :
Bedding plants, Centipedegrass, annual bluegrass, and established fine fescue and tall fescue grasses, Fences and hedgerows, General indoor/outdoor sites, Ground covers, Golf courses, Wildflowers, Public buildings, Recreation areas, Shrubs and landscape areas, Field and container nurseries
Ground Application (Broadcast) Water Volume: Use 5 to 50 gallons of spray solution per acre (1 to 10 pints per 1,000 square feet).
Spot or Small Area Application
- Grasses up to 6" height- 0.8 oz per 1,000 sq feet/2.25 pts per acre
- Grasses up to 12" height-1.4 oz per 1,000 sq feet /3.75 pts per acre
- Coverage: Apply Segment uniformly and completely to the foliage of grasses on a spray-to-wet basis. Dense leaf canopies shelter smaller grassy weeds and can prevent adequate spray coverage.
- DO NOT spray to the point of runoff.
- Cultivation/Mowing: If cultivation is an option, DO NOT cultivate during the time between 5 days before and 7 days after applying Segment. Cultivating 7 to 14 days after treatment may help provide season-long control of perennial grasses. Centipedegrass and fine fescue areas should not be mowed within 7 days before or after applying Segment. Increased control has been observed when mowing is delayed until 14 days after application. Grass weeds that have been mowed or have regrown from mowed stubble may be controlled poorly. Repeat application if new germination or regrowth occurs.
- Stress: DO NOT apply to grasses or crops under stress, such as stress due to lack of moisture, hail damage, flooding, herbicide injury, mechanical injury, or widely fluctuating temperatures, as unsatisfactory control will probably result.
- DO NOT apply to crops that show injury (leaf phytotoxicity or plant stunting) produced by any other prior herbicide applications because this injury may be enhanced or prolonged. Note: Applications to tall fescue will result in discoloration and growth suppression. If reduced turf quality is not acceptable, applications should not be made to tall fescue.