Going to be using Celsius on a centipede lawn for the first time in a couple of days. I have read the label but I am also interested in any advice or experiences that you guys can share regarding best practices. I am mainly using it for control of a lot of lespedeza that is all over the lawn. There are a few other weeds here and there, including some crabgrass and other grassy weeds as well. I ordered Southern Ag surfactant and a blue marking liquid to use as well. 1. The label says use of NIS can be dangerous to turf over 90 degrees. One reason I got Celsius was to be easy on the lawn in the SC heat. Should I skip the NIS? 2. The label says for control of lespedeza I have to use the high dose of 0.113 oz per 1k sqft but that it may take multiple applications but the maximum yearly application is 0.17 oz per 1k sqft. What is everyone's experience with this? Will Celsius knock out the lespedeza with one application at this high rate? Should I try a lower rate first? 3. The label says that dew on the grass can reduce effectiveness. I was planning to apply at sunrise because that's the lowest temperatures of the day, but there will probably be a layer of dew at that time. Should I just apply in the evening and accept the higher temps? Will this affect if I should use NIS or not? 4. Any advice for keeping this away from trees and a raised bed vegetable garden in the yard? Any other advice or experiences regarding use of Celsius in centipede lawns and/or on lespedeza and other weeds is greatly appreciated. Thanks!