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Old 08-30-2008, 11:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Green Up View Post
Can the Q4 be sprayed in the South(Alabama)? We have 90 degrees plus weather conditions. It seems to be used more in the North.
The Quinclorac(Drive) portion would be safe for zoysia and bermuda but not St. Aug or Centipede. The trimec portion would take care of most of your broadleafs but it wouldn't touch Virginia Buttonweed. You'll need Manor(Metsulfuron) for that. I'm not sure how much the Northern guys deal with Buttonweed. Zoysia is much more tolerant to the Quinclorac than Bermuda. Bermuda seems to (in my experience anyway) sustain just as much damage as if I had sprayed MSMA. Some things to think about...
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