When used as directed, Dismiss South Herbicide can be safely applied around children and pets. After treatment, stay away from the area and do not return until the treated area has dried completely.
Please wear the appropriate PPE (long-sleeved clothes, gloves, goggles, and face mask) before applying this product.
This herbicide starts to kill weeds immediately when they are exposed to the chemical. However, it may take several weeks for the weeds to be completely eliminated.
This herbicide per gallon of water per 1,000 sq. Dismiss South Herbicide for every gallon of water applied per 1,000 sq. For acre applications, use 9.5 oz. Use 9.5 oz. of product for every 20 gallons per acre of water.
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How Do I Describe the Dismiss South Herbicide?
Dismiss South Herbicide is a post-emergent broadleaf herbicide that is designed to kill warm-season Southern grasses.
This herbicide has a similar formula to Dismiss Herbicide, but it delivers better results against purple nutsedge.
Dismiss South Herbicide does not just attack weeds at the surface; it also penetrates into the soil and destroys sedge tubers. This reduces the likelihood of future weed infestations, and the need to reapply.
This herbicide comes in a 4 lb. flowable form. The active ingredient is 4 lbs. per gallon. Dismiss South Herbicide works by absorbing both the roots and shoots of weeds.
The activation of This herbicide is dependent on soil moisture. The amount of soil water required to activate the herbicide following application is dependent on soil moisture content, soil texture and organic matter.
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How To Use Dismiss South Herbicide?
Do Your Calculations:
Multiply the length and width of your lawn to determine how much square footage you need to treat (length x wide = square footage). Mix Dismiss at a rate between 0.220 and 0.331 oz. To treat 1,000 sq. ft.
Follow The Dismiss South Herbicide Label Instructions:
Dismiss Herbicide can be added to the selected spray tank after a quarter of it has been filled with water. The rest of the water should be added to the sprayer and then shaken well.
This herbicide can be sprayed on target weeds until they are wet, but not soggy.
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According to the Dismiss South Herbicide Label Where Can I Apply?
- Residential Lawns
- Commercial Lawns
- Institutional Lawns
- Athletic Fields
- Golf Course Fairways and Roughs
- Railroad Rights-of-Way
- Utility Rights-of-Way
- Industrial Areas
- Fence Rows
- Non-crop Sites
When Do I Use the Dismiss South Herbicide?
Dismiss South Herbicide is best applied in the late summer, early fall or early spring when there is sufficient moisture to activate the soil. The results are better when the weeds are young and growing actively.
What are the Target Pests of the Dismiss South Herbicide?
- Crabgrass species
- American Daisy
- Curly Dock
- Wild Lettuce
- Nutsedge Species
- Russian Thistle
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What Is the Shelf Life According to the Dismiss South Label?
When stored in a dry, cool place, Dismiss South Herbicide will remain effective for up to three years.
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|What are the Possible Areas of Application?
|What Is the Chemical Type?
|Does this Product Have any Usage Restrictions?
|Which Other Product Can Be Compared With This Product?
|Is It Safe To Use Around Children and Pets?
|Yes, it is safe to use around children and pets.
|What Is Its Shipping Weight?