Q. Which right chemical use kill dollarweed at Jasmine bed area?
Use 70 DG herbicide?? Or another name? What suggest?
A. All of the selective herbicides we carry are recommended for use in lawn areas only. Unfortunately, we do not carry a product that you can use in a Jasmine bed area.
Q. My iris bed gets overgrown with weeds as spring progresses. Is there anything I can apply to keep the weeds in check without harming the irises?
A. Dimension 2EW Herbicide has Iris listed on its product label to be tolerant against this herbicide. Therefore it should not have an effect on your iris bed as it controls the weeds in the area.
Q. kill wild violet
Please let me know if u have any herbcide to kill wild violet without grasses!!!!
A. Our Q4 product kills wild violet and is for use in established turfgrass such as bluegrasses, ryegrass, tall fescues, and bermudagrass and nursing home, hospitals, parks, cemeteries, roadsides and more listed.
The label for the product can be accessed through http://www.pestmall.com/PDF/Q4-label.pdf
Q. what product do you have for the control of aphids
A. We recommend using Merit 75 WP for aphid control. It is a wettable powder that can be sprayed onto surfaces.
Q. Wiregrass -- How do I get rid of it?
Treated multiple areas last fall with Roundup killing anything that was growing. Planted seed in early spring. Wiregrass is now re-emerging. Help!
A. Wiregrass, or also known as Bermudagrass is a perennial grass. They usually return each year and can be annoyingly persistent. It may take several weeks for Roundup to take effect and may even require a second or third treatment to effectively kill the wiregrass. Before treating the area, watering the area well for a couple days before the application of the herbicide allows the weeds to absorb the herbicide quickly. We do have a product stronger than Roundup. Its called Primatol 25E and will kill all vegetation so you will need to be careful when you apply this product to the wiregrass. It may be better to paint it on the area instead of spraying to prevent the herbicide from drifting off. Another alternative would be Grass Out Max. Grass Out Max will kill all grasses but not broad leaf plants such as select flowers and trees. Please refer to all product labels before application for specific instructions on usage.