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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by turfman33, Aug 7, 2004.
Thought you may like to check this out.
I wonder what the active chemical is... I didn't see it mentioned anywhere.
Seems a bit pricy to me.
You will still need a license to apply it to your customer's lawns...
I'm sure that this is a get rich scheme (IMHO) by someone who's packaged good old "baking soda" and is trying to sell it as a miracle herbicide. For anyone who doesn't believe this go find a patch of carpet grass and wet it with a hose and then sprinkle a little Arm & Hammer on it and come back in about an hour. What you'll find is black decaying dead carpet grass.
I have an old lady as a client who swears by baking soda to kill crab grass.
I was like yeah right. But she got some and poured it on the crabgrass and surrounding St augustine. I be damned if the crabgrass wasn't dead this week and the St. augustine looked fine.
So I have to agree with mowerman90
The grasses in the north rye, fescue, kentuckey blue and bent grass are not tested. That is strange IMO.
I wrote them for a label and MSDS. I wonder if they will send any.
im curious greg why would you think they wouldnt send you a label and msds sheet?
liberty testing has been done on those grass but it burns the northern turfs,,,,,lesco has done a ton of testing with it!
i have a feeling you guys would be surprised to find out what most of the products we use are made out of! just do a search on permethrins or glyphosates or 24d!
its got cinnamon,corn and wheat flour baking soda and a few other ingrediants in it.