Certainty Turf Herbicide 1.25 oz Bottle for cover 1 Acre.
Certainty turf herbicide which is Sulfosulfuron 75% a.i. is one of the newer turf products on the market today. Certainty is a selective herbicide for control of annual and perennial grass and broadleaf weeds in highly managed turf sites.
This product is a postemergence, systemic herbicide with limited soil residual activity. It provides postemergence control of many annual and perennial sedges, grass and broadleaf weeds on highly managed turf, sod farms and native grass sites. It is a selective herbicide that can be used over the top of many perennial warm-season and selected cool-season turfgrasses.
This product generally has been shown to be safe for use on the warm-season turfgrasses listed below
- Bermudagrass (common or hybrid)
- St. Augustinegrass
- Seashore paspalum
Using 1.25 oz. per acre you should receive good control of the following sedges
- Kyllinga, false green
- kyllinga, fragrant
- kyllinga, green
- Nutsedge, purple (commonly known as "nutgrass")
- Nutsedge, yellow (commonly known as "nutgrass)
- Sedge, globe
- Sedges, annual
Tall fescue control is obtained when this product is applied at 1.25 oz. per acre followed by a second application 21 to 28 days after the the 1st application. If a single application is desired, apply this product at 2.0 oz per acre (as described on the product label)
Dallisgrass Supression in Bermudagrass can also be expected, and is often times desired. Follow label directions. One of the toughest weeds to control Buttonweed can also be supressed with Certainty turf herbicide.
Annual bluegrass control in non-overseeded turf can be expected, and is often times desired.
Use hand-held sprayer or pump sprayer with 1~3 of small scoop or 1~2 large scoop per 1,000 sq.ft. per 2 gallon of water (small/large scoop provided) for spot control.
Additional weeds listed for control or supression are
- Barley, little
- Bedstraw, catchweed
- Bentgrass, creeping
- Bluegrass, roughstalk
- Bluegrass, bulbous
- Burweed, lawn
- Chickweed, common
- Clover, white
- Garlic, wild
- Geranium, Carolina
- Ivy, ground
- Mustard, wild
- Pennycress, field
- Ryegrass, perennial