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Old 08-14-2013, 11:21 AM
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T-Zone effect on Nutsedge

I treated some yellow nutsedge with T-Zone at approximately label rate, with a wetting agent/surfactant (80/20). It did not kill it 100 percent, but killed most of the tissue that was contacted by the spray. It is likely that the protox inhibitor sulfentrazone was the most important part of the ingredients.

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August temperatures were a bit cooler than normal--highs of about 80; soil was moist from light showers.
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Old 08-15-2013, 07:29 PM
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Riggle,
Be careful of that azalea in the background.
Sulfentrazone is the leading herbicide in the product.............great on yellow sedges.

This why I am using (Solitare....sulfentrazone) more bang for the buck this season instead of my usual (Certainty.......sulfosyfuron.)
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