RESIDENTIAL AND NONRESIDENTIAL TURFGRASSES - MODERATELY TOLERANT - GRASSES
Drive 75 DF herbicide may be applied postemergence to residential and nonresidential turfgrasses for the control of many broadleaf and grass weeds. Examples of such sites include, but are not limited to: grounds or lawns around residential and commercial establishments, multi-family dwellings, military and other institutions, parks, airports, roadsides, schools, picnic grounds, athletic fields, houses of worship, cemeteries, golf courses and sod farms.
Drive 75 DF herbicide is absorbed by foliage and roots and translocated throughout the plant. The control symptoms exhibited by broadleaf weeds include leaf and stem curl or twisting, and chlorosis. Susceptible grasses demonstrate stunting, chlorosis, and gradual reddening followed by necrosis and death.
General Restrictions and Limitations
- DO NOT apply more than 2 pounds of Drive 75 DF herbicide per acre (or 0.73 ounces per 1,000 square feet) in one year.
- DO NOT apply to golf course collars or greens
- DO NOT apply to fine fescue unless it is part of a seed blend.
- DO NOT apply to bahiagrass, carpetgrass, St. Augustinegrass, centipedegrass, dichondra, or lawns or turf where desirable clovers are present.
- DO NOT apply within 4 weeks after seedling emergence of Kentucky bluegrass, creeping bentgrass, fine fescue blends and perennial ryegrass.
- DO NOT apply to exposed feeder roots of trees or ornamentals. Be particularly careful within the drip line of trees and other ornamental species.
- DO NOT apply into any ornamental bed.
- DO NOT use clippings as mulch or compost around flowers, ornamentals, trees, or in vegetable gardens.
- Apply when wind speed is less than 10 mph as drift may cause damage or death of non-target area vegetation. DO NOT apply when conditions favor drift from target area.
- Use a lawn type sprayer with coarse spray as wind drift is less likely.
- Avoid mist and spray onto vegetables, flowers, ornamentals, shrubs, trees, and other desirable plants, especially plants belonging to the Solanaceae family such as tomatoes, eggplants, and bell peppers.
- DO NOT pour spray solutions near these plants.
-DO NOT apply through any type of irrigation system.
- DO NOT use to formulate or reformulate any other pesticide product which is not registered by EPA.
-For best results, weeds should not be under stress from lack of water, excessive water, low fertility, mowing shock, excessive hot or cold temperatures, or injury from other herbicide applications.
For the Seeding / Overseeding / Sprigging Timing chart refer in the label.
RESIDENTIAL AND NONRESIDENTIAL TURFGRASSES
Bentgrass Creeping, Bermudagrass Hybrid: Yellowing that occurs on these species can be reduced by the addition of chelated iron or sprayable soluble nitrogen fertilizer (See Application Information, Additives).
Fescue, Fine: Apply Drive 75 DF herbicide to fine fescue only when it is part of a blend.
Do not use on golf course greens and collars.
- Crabgrass Large/Smooth, Foxtails Giant/Green/Yellow, Signalgrass Broadleaf: Under certain conditions applications of Drive 75 DF herbicide made to annual grasses at 2 - 4 tiller may not provide complete control. A sequential application will be required for grass control in these situations
Optimum control is achieved when applications of Drive 75 DF herbicide + methylated seed oil is applied either before second tiller or as weed grasses mature.
- Kikuyugrass: Tank mix partner or sequential application required.
- Kikuyugrass, Torpedograss: Make 3 sequential applications of 0.245 ounce of Drive 75 DF herbicide per 1,000 square feet at 14 - 21 day intervals.
- Crabgrass Large/Smooth: Biotypes of large and smooth crabgrass in California have shown varied response to Drive 75 DF herbicide. If control failure occurs following the application of a full or split application rates do not reapply Drive 75 DF herbicide, and change to a herbicide with a different mode of action.
Additive Rate: Apply: 1.5 pints per acre (0.55 oz per 1,000 square feet) methylated seed oil.