- Clover, Chickweed, Dandelion, Dollarweed, Henbit, Plantain, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Ragweed, Spurge, Thistle, Wild Carrot, Wild Garlic and others (90 broadleaf weeds)
- See label for complete list
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Precautions and Restrictions
- Do not use Trimec Southern where desirable clovers are present on lawns or turf. On St. Augustine, Centipede, or Seashore Paspalum are sensitive to the 2,4-D ingredient in Trimec Southern's formulation; do not overdose.
- Use the rate mixture with 2-300 gallons of water per acre.
- If grasses are under stress, use the lower rate range to avoid possible injury.
- If temperatures are above 90°F, do not spray.
- Do not apply during extremely dry or hot periods.
- If weeds are in flower or dense, use the higher rate range. Make a second application if hardy weeds persist.
- Do not spray when expected rainfall is within 24 hours, and do not irrigate for 24 hours.
- Avoid spraying Trimec Southern within drip line of desirable shrubs or trees; injury may result. Do not spray Trimec Southern near desirable plants (including exposed roots and shoots).
- Trimec Southern is not labeled to go through an irrigation system.
- Clean sprayer entirely after using Trimec Southern.