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asked in category: General Last Updated: 5th February, 2020

How much tenacity should I use?

For pre-emergent and post-emergent applications, apply 4 to 8 ounces of Tenacity per acre in at least 30 gallons of water per acre. For spot treatments, mix 0.33 ounces (0.5 teaspoon) of Tenacity Herbicide in 1 gallon of water to treat 1,000 square feet.

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Similarly, you may ask, how quickly does tenacity work?

Once absorbed, Tenacity quickly translocates throughout the plant. Weed growth is suppressed soon after application, as photosynthesis is disrupted. Death of the plant usually occurs within two to three weeks.

Additionally, does tenacity need to be watered in? Re: Watering in Tenacity When used as a postemergent, susceptible weeds absorb Tenacity through foliar contact and soil absorption. Therefore, you should water in Tenacity when using it as a preemergent herbicide but it does not need to be watered in when using it as a postemergent herbicide.

Secondly, how often can I use tenacity?

Answer: You can apply Tenacity Herbicide multiple times per year as long as you do not exceed the maximum annual rate of 16 oz per Acre per year. To treat yellow nutsedge, you may need to reapply Tenacity after 2 to 3 weeks; be sure to use a non-ionic surfactant for post-emergent applications.

What temperature should you use tenacity?

Answer: Tenacity Herbicide should not be applied to the lawn when temperatures are over 90 degrees or on day when you are expecting rainfall.

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