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Trimec Classic Herbicide


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Trimec Classic Herbicide
$53.00
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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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Trimec Classic Broadleaf Herbicide - Low Odor

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.

Trimec Classic- Post-Emergent Broadleaf Weed Control

It controls all major broadleaf weeds in turf such as dandelions, plantain and cloves. It does not harm turfgrass species.

  • Controls all major broadleaf weeds in turf
  • Gets hard-to-kill weeds without repeated applications
  • Effective post-emergence control at a wide range of temperatures
  • 40+ years on the market
  • The original low-odor formula
  • Outstanding record of performance used on millions of acres of turfgrass
  • Labeled for sod farm use
Additional Information

Additional Information

Pro Tips For proper drift management, you may want to use ALG Super Marking Dye. This temporary, water soluble, blue spray colorant is used to monitor spray applications.
Packaging Gallon
Manufacturer PBI Gordon (UPC code:070251881765)
Product Label Product Label
SDS MSDS
More PDF's No
Target Pest

BROADLEAF WEEDS:  annual fleabane field oxeye-daisy plantain aster, white heath & (*creeping oxeye) poison ivy white prairie field pennycress poison oak bedstraw filaree, whitestem & prostrate knotweed beggarticks redstem (*knotweed) beggarweed, Florida pusley puncturevine creeping ground ivy purple cudweed bindweed groundsel purslane birdsfoot trefoil hairy bittercress ragweed black medic hawkweed redweed broadleaf plantain healall red sorrel (*sheep buckhorn plantain henbit sorrel) bull thistle horsenettle roundleaf greenbriar burclover horseweed shepherdspurse burdock, common innocence spotted spurge buttercup, creeping (Blue-eyed Mary) spurge Carolina geranium jimsonweed sunflower carpetweed kochia thistle chickweed, common lambsquarters velvetleaf chicory lawn burweed (*buttonweed) cinquefoil lespedeza, common Venice mallow clover mallow, common Veronica (*corn cocklebur matchweed speedwell) compassplant mouseear chickweed Virginia buttonweed curly dock mustard Virginia-creeper dandelion nettle western salsify dayflower old world diamond white clover (*Dutch deadnettle flower clover, honeysuckle dock Oxalis (*yellow clover, white trefoil & dogfennel woodsorrel & purplewort) dovefoot geranium creeping woodsorrel) wild carrot English daisy parsley-piert wild garlic false dandelion Pennsylvania wild geranium (*spotted catsear & smartweed wild lettuce common catsear) pennywort wild mustard field bindweed (*dollarweed) wild onion (*morningglory & pepperweed wild strawberry creeping jenny) pigweed yarrow field madder pineappleweed yellow rocket *Synonyms

Active Ingredient (s) Dimethylamine salt of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid - 25.93% ,Dimethylamine salt of (+)-(R)-2-(2 methyl-4-chlorophenoxy) propionic acid - 6.93%,Dimethylamine salt of dicamba: 3,6-dichloro-o-anisic acid - 2.76%
For Use :

Trimec Classic Brand Herbicide is intended to be applied by lawn care operators and landscape personnel for use in ornamental lawns and turf established in institutional, ornamental, and residential/domestic sites. Institutional sites are defined as turf areas around properties or facilities providing a service to public or private organizations including, but not limited to hospitals, nursing homes, schools, museums, libraries, sport facilities, golf courses, and office buildings. Ornamental sites include turfgrass established around residences, parks, streets, retail outlets, cemeteries, industrial and institutional buildings. Finally, residential/domestic sites are defined as areas associated with the household or home life including, but not limited to apartment complexes, condominiums, and patient care areas of nursing homes, mental institutions, hospitals, or convalescent homes. Also, Trimec® Classic Brand Herbicide provides selective broadleaf control in warm-season and cool-season turfgrass established for com- mercial sod production.

Yield N/A
Mixture|Application 1.2 oz- 1.5 oz / 1 -6 gallons of water / 1,000 sq.ft. Read label for complete instructions
Application

General Application: Cool-Season Grasses, Common Bermudagrass, Bahiagrass, and Zoysiagrass – Apply 3.25 to 4.0 pints of product per acre with spray volumes of 20 to 260 gallons per acre (gpa). Or, apply 1.2 to 1.5 fluid ounces of product in 0.5 to 6 gallons of water per 1,000 square feet. Use the higher application rate with the higher spray volumes. The best time to control clover is in the fall

Retreatment No
Shipping Restrictions AK, CA, CT, DC, LA, MA, NJ, NM, TX, VT
More Instructions No
Reviews

Customer Reviews 3 item(s)

Very effective
After screwing up last year using a different product to destroy dandelions (which nuked the entire lawn), I wised up and asked around of guys who had spectacular lawns with no dandelions. Trimec was the answer. I got a gallon and did the smart thing - studied the instructions, watched the Do It Yourseld Pest Control videos, and most importantly, followed the special advice on how to determine the quantity of flow from my sprayer. No guessing. After that, using the correct amount of Trimec, spraying properly, the dandelions just died. Grass was fine, Only dandelions gave up the ghost. It works as advertised. Apply it properly and all is good.
Quality
Review by Gary / (Posted on 5/31/2017)
Great weed remover
Works Great. Takes a week or two to completely kill weeds. A second application can be done if you see weeds you may have missed or you can spot kill them too.
Quality
Review by Ken / (Posted on 5/24/2017)
The problem is how to
Sprays seem tough to apply, but they are relatively easy to apply with three things:

1. An Ortho Dial-A-Spay aprayer

2. A mixing calculator ("Mixing Ratio and Concentration Calculator" found on the web)

3. A P3 GPM meter for a garden hose.

Once you figure out the sqft and the amount to apply for your desired area, you can get the premix % from the calculator.

Pick a number that's reasonable like 6 to 10 gal per 1000 sqft. With the % and the total amount added, you can find the dilution.

The gallon meter makes it easy to keep tabs on things and you can pace yourself. If you did it right, you will run out of solution in the Dial-A-Spray at the amount (gals) that you mixed for.

6 to 10 gallons per 1000 sqft seems to be a good number.

This season is the first time using Trimec. I've used the pre-emergent Dimension with good results.

This season is the first application of Trimec. It's probably been down about 4 weeks. The Dandilions have wilted, but there are still a few. The neighbors provide many sources of Dandilion and even Wild Violet.

It may be working on the Wild Violet. Parts of the leaves have turned yellow.
Quality
Review by KISS / (Posted on 5/5/2014)

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