Liquid herbicide used for Creeping Charlie?

DA Quality Lawn & YS

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
Rochester, MN
TZone should do it. I have also had great luck with Momentum FX2.
Anything with Triclopyr should do fine.
 
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ROC lawn and landscapes

LawnSite Member
Location
Central Iowa
TZone should do it. I have also had great luck with Momentum FX2.
Anything with Triclopyr should do fine.
Thought of using T-Zone for spot spraying... too exspensive for blanket spraying. Momentum is up high on the list... affordable and ive heard it works well! I also have a choice between Escalade 2 and Millenium. You had any luck with either of those?? Thanks for the post.
 

CHARLES CUE

LawnSite Gold Member
Location
BURTON WV
If you want to kill it don't do what's cheep do what works


And don't forget to do a follow up visit 30 days after

Charles Cue
 

dgw

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
OH
i would go with momentum or t-zone

in t-zone, both triclopyr and sulfentrazone are labeled to kill ground ivy separately

so the combo gives you a very good kill

t-zones not that pricey for me,, about a dollar per K


im not sure about speedzone, its a 3way plus carfentrazone, and im not sure if carfentrazone is labeled for creeping charlie
 

rwblawncare

LawnSite Member
I also found that T Zone works the best for me. I usually mix 1.4 oz per gal of water in my skid sprayer. It works good in the spring but I have found the later you do it in the fall the better especially for the lawns that are covered in it. Sure it costs a little more but if I have a new customer, I will usually add a couple bucks per app.
 

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