Low-Odor Trimec® Classic Post-Emergent Broadleaf Herbicide for Turf, 2.5 Gallons

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Weight: 24.20 lbs

The #1 choice of professionals where immaculate, weed-free turf is the goal!

A low-odor version where in our environmentally sensitive age, a low profile concerning the use of any herbicide becomes important. The low odor characteristic of Trimec® Classic is not created with a masking agent. Cost-per-acre is low because of the synergistic action of its components. Trimec® Classic puts unsurpassed power and efficiency into your weed control program.

For broadleaf weed control in turf: golf courses, residential lawns, cemeteries, and public parks. Use for dandelions, plantain, thistle, clover, ground ivy, henbit, lambsquarters, poison ivy, purslane, ragweed, white clover, wild strawberry and many other broadleaf weeds (see label).

Mix 1.2 to 1.5 fluid ounces of Trimec® Classic with 6 gallons of water per every 1,000 square feet of coverage. Apply Trimec® Classic during spring or early fall, when weeds are actively growing.

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Recommended for broadleaf weed control in turf: golf courses, residential, lawns, cemeteries, and public parks. 2 and 1/2 gallon, low odor. Active ingredient: Dimethylane Salt of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, 25.93% Dimethylamine salt of 2-propionic acid, 13.85% Dimethylamine salt of Dicamba 3,6-dichloro-o-anisic acid, 2.76%

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Application Rates

Application Rates: For ornamental lawns and turf, 3 to 4 pints of product in 20 to 260 gallons of water per acre. Bentgrass turf (putting greens, show lawns), 1 ounce of product to 5 gallons of water per 1500 square feet.

    FAQ

    QUESTION: What does broadleaf herbicide mean? ANSWER: Broadleaf herbicide means that the product is selective and will kill broadleaf weeds such as dandelions, thistle, clover and so on, in established turf grass lawns without damaging the turf grass.

Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)

5 Stars

Good results Tim from NY wrote September 09, 2013

I have a little over 2 acres of lawn. I just purchased a Northstar 25 gallon boom sprayer. Trimec support said to use 40 gallons of water per acre. I mixed 2 pints per 20 gallons and filled the sprayer 4 times for the 2 acres. 1st 24 hours most weeds were choking out, the second day the rest of the weeds were spent. I finally found a good weed killer and I'm really happy. I drove roughly 3 mph.

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