If you are looking for fast control of many broadleaf weeds on warm-season grasses, look no further than SpeedZone Southern EW. This formulation of SpeedZone makes it safe to apply to warm-season grasses with a lower rate of 2,4-D.
With this reduced amount of 2,4-D, while still highly effective, SpeedZone Southern EW makes it safer to spray broadleaf weeds during the transition period in the spring where 2,4-D products usually delay the green-up.
What Grasses Can SpeedZone Southern EW Be Safely Applied Too?
While SpeedZone Southern EW can be used on cool-season grasses, it is only recommended to use when going after weeds that it does a great job at controlling like Dollarweed. SpeedZone EW is the go-to when spraying on cool-season grasses.
With warm-season grasses, SpeedZone Southern EW is safe to apply to Bermuda, Bahia, Buffalo, Centipede, Paspalum, St. Augustine, and Zoysia. It is important to keep an eye of air temperatures when applying, with high temperatures (above 90°F) increasing possible turf discoloration.
Where can SpeedZone Southern EW Be Applied?
SpeedZone Southern EW can be used on residential and commercial sites, including parks, cemeteries, industrial buildings, playgrounds, athletic fields, and more places.
Rates & Active Ingredient
With cool-season grasses, apply 1.5 to 2.2 fl. oz. per 1,000 sq ft in at least 9 fl. oz. of water. Warm-season grasses can be sprayed at 0.7 to 1.5 fl. oz. per. 1,000 sq. ft. in the same amount of water. As always, please refer to the label for more information and proper mixing instructions.
SpeedZone Southern EW combines 2,4-d, Dichlorprop-p, Dicamba, and Carfentrazone. Carfentrazone is a key ingredient for improving the speed of killing power by quickly burning down weeds.
SpeedZone Southern EW has shown great results in university testing for use on Dollarweed. It also does a great job on clover, dandelion, chickweed, henbit, lespedeza, plantain, virginia buttonweed, wild garlic, wild onion, and many more weeds.