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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by jds720, May 18, 2008.
I just started using Image, havnt seen any results yet.
atrazine is only 4% in that will make your weed turn yellow then next week they will say HAHA
uhmm that went over my head. when HAHA happens, what happens????
nothing...is what he means.....
what weeds are you trying to get rid of using image?
weeds that are coming out of shrubs, and sand spurs
I use Image on turf for sedges and wild onions with decent results. I'm mixing 0.5 ozs in 3 gallons and spot spraying--using a sticker also. This is enough for 2K sq ft.
If you're overspraying ornamentals, be careful. Image will damage many of them. Check the label to make sure all of your ornamentals will tolerate Image. I think the rate is the same.
don't have the label are sand spurs on the image label? image is mainly used for sedges...but there are better products out there for sedges..
I used to spray image on onions and sedges as well but ever since I found onions on the Manor label, I doubt I ever buy image again. I believe the label does cover some broadleaf weeds. And, this could be handy on St. Aug and Centipede...but...not necessary in my market.
I shoot it over junipers and other plants listed for "Over-the-top", but it's a systemic which needs to be watered in to work. I usually give it 3-4 weeks to show results, but that's what you give up for the results.
It really does work (Especially on clover) but it takes a damned good while.
ok so it kinda does work, but with time and multiple applications??