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32 oz. Ready-to-Spray Nutsedge Killer

$21.97 /each

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The IMAGE 32 oz. Ready-to-Spray Nutsedge Killer is a selective weed killer that targets sedges and grassy weeds growing in warm-season turf grasses. It also kills many broadleaf weeds. It has an effective active ingredient that starves weeds to death by blocking photosynthesis.

  • Use it to kill sedges and grassy weeds, including nutsedge, sandbur, dollar-weed and wild onion
  • Can be safely used on most southern grasses and on many ornamentals and ground covers
  • Covers 8,000 sq. ft.
  • Connect applicator and spray

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Can I use the remaining liquid from bottle of "Image" herbicide Nutsedge Killer in a regular sprayer?

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September 14, 2015
I purchased "Image" nut sedge killer in a ready to spray bottle. Unfortunately the sprayer portion of the bottle broke. Is there a way to use the remaining liquid for the bottle ( more than 24 oz) in a regular pump type sprayer? If so, what would the amount of liquid herbicide be in ounces per gallon of water? Sure would hate to waste the remaining amount of weed killer.
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June 4, 2016
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Image, the mfg., is so Obtuse. Of course you can spray it in a gallon sprayer if you know the ratio. Thanks Pro, you are right on.This website for the 24 oz mix and use directions are for the 32 oz ready to use. HD needs a lot of help over in the IT dept. LoL.
PS Oh, and by the way, I believe this needs to "watered in" within 7 days.
From the Instructions: "Water in within 1-7 days after Read More
Image, the mfg., is so Obtuse. Of course you can spray it in a gallon sprayer if you know the ratio. Thanks Pro, you are right on.This website for the 24 oz mix and use directions are for the 32 oz ready to use. HD needs a lot of help over in the IT dept. LoL.
PS Oh, and by the way, I believe this needs to "watered in" within 7 days.
From the Instructions: "Water in within 1-7 days after application to wash the IMAGE into the root zone where the greatest weed control activity occurs"
If you don't water it in, it does not really work. Works for me. Read Less
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April 22, 2016
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2.5 ounces per gallon. it says so on the website. it is amazing all these answers never bothered to check the web.
http://www.imageforweeds.com/Nutsedge/nutsedge-application.html
How to Apply IMAGE Kills Nutsedge
Applying IMAGE Herbicide is easy and requires little cleanup. You can use IMAGE Kills Nutsedge for spot treatments with a trigger or pump up sprayer or treat large areas with a hose end Read More
2.5 ounces per gallon. it says so on the website. it is amazing all these answers never bothered to check the web.
http://www.imageforweeds.com/Nutsedge/nutsedge-application.html
How to Apply IMAGE Kills Nutsedge
Applying IMAGE Herbicide is easy and requires little cleanup. You can use IMAGE Kills Nutsedge for spot treatments with a trigger or pump up sprayer or treat large areas with a hose end sprayer. When using IMAGE, you should expect to see weed discoloration in 1 to 2 weeks and dead weeds in 3 to 5 weeks.
Applying IMAGE Herbicide Using a Hand-trigger or Pump-up Sprayer:
Mix 2.5 fl. oz. of Image (5 Tbsp.) per gallon of water.
Spray lawn until wet.
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December 2, 2015
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I think it would be best to contact the company to find what ratio of Image to water you need in order to use it in a regular sprayer. There is no phone number for customer service listed on the container, but the manufacturer is Ambrands 2030 Powers Ferry Rd. Suite 370 Atlanta GA 30339. I'm sorry I can't be of more help.
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September 29, 2015
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Hello,
We do bottle Image Nutsedge Killer as a concentrate (SKU# 519-100). The 24oz. concentrate bottle lists the mixing instructions for use as a spot treatment, and application using a pump sprayer or hose-end sprayer.
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September 16, 2015
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I'm sure that you could, but guessing the exact dilution proportions could be a bit fuzzy without contacting the manufacturer. The dilution for the concentrated Image (not hose-end spray) for pump-ups is ordinarily 2 to 2.5 oz per gallon of water.
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September 15, 2015
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Hi Frank.
Thank you for your question.
The most important thing you will need to do is to calculate the amount per gallon that is distributed by the RTU sprayer. If it is possible to spray the rest into your pump sprayer, than this would give the correct mixture ratio. There is no information currently available to determine the amount of mixture that comes out of the bottle.
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Hi Frank.
Thank you for your question.
The most important thing you will need to do is to calculate the amount per gallon that is distributed by the RTU sprayer. If it is possible to spray the rest into your pump sprayer, than this would give the correct mixture ratio. There is no information currently available to determine the amount of mixture that comes out of the bottle.
The only information listed on the label is that the 32oz RTU bottle will cover 8000 sq. ft. There is no information available to help with the oz. per gallon calculation for the RTU bottle. If applied to heavily, then you risk killing your lawn. Caution is advised. If your bottle lists a customer service number, you can give them a call. 1-800-265-0761 is the number for Amdro which is the distribution company for Image products.
http://www.imageforweeds.com
Please let us know if you have any further questions.
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Can I use Image ready-to-use, Kills Nutsedge, Herbicide on my San Augustine?

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April 25, 2016
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Hello,
Image Ready-to-Spray Nutsedge Killer can be applied to St. Augustinegrass during the spring and summer. In the Fall you have to be careful because this product should not be used on St. Augustinegrass for winter weed control.
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Yes - but check the label first...one variety is specifically for St Augustine.
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does this product kill tall fescu ?

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July 19, 2016
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July 21, 2016
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Hello,
Image Kills Nutsedge will kill tall fescue and other weeds listed on the label.
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How soon can I pull out the nutsedge after I have sprayed it with Image?

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June 23, 2016
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You should wait until the nutsedge is dead before removing it. You should see wilting within a week of application and complete kill should occur within 3 to 5 weeks.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 62 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works well on nutsedge Purchased Sedgehammer online, and it did nothing. Tried Ortho Nutsedge Killer in the hose spray bottle and nutsedge started dying within 2 days. Used it on a centipede lawn, and saw results within 2 days. And it didn't kill or brown my centipede. Great product. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Image nutsedge killer (online purchase) I'm finding that when I purchase online, I'm given damaged or returned items (generally landscaping items-mulch, granule fertilizers, etc). Most bags have holes, which are sometimes taped up, sometimes not. This product container appeared used or returned. Nonetheless, it works. Almost time for 2nd application in 30 days. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Sprayer works great The product goes on great because the sprayer Works great. I will not see the results for awhile so I cannot rate it's effectiveness August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product I have used this product for several years on the west side of Houston (Katy) TX. It works well with most weeds, but required many applications to get the desired results, The one negative Comment is that it does not have much of an impact on Crabgrass. I do not know if there is any product that works well on crab grass, but after approx. 6 applications in the past 6 weeks the spread of crabgrass has slowed in my base of Bermuda. July 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by snake oil First bought a 32 oz bottle at a local nursery for $40 and then saw the same at HD at half the price. Kudos to HD! My Bermuda grass lawn is invested by crabgrass and I sprayed this product twice already -- at a higher than recommended dosage. IT DID NOT MAKE A DENT TO THE CRABGRASS even after 3 weeks. All is still alive and well and "spreading like weeds". Seems the only option for crabgrass is a pre-emergent treatment. This product really was totally ineffective. July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by A good product This spray is generally effective in killing dollarweed. It takes quite awhile for it to work, but it will eventually do the job. June 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Beware: Kills Grass Applied it as directed in my backyard in early July and by mid-August all my grass was brown and dead. So was the nutsedge but so what? Deep in the fine print it says that Image may damage tall fescue. It doesn't just damage tall fescue, it kills it! We live in Missouri and this summer it didn't get particularly hot or dry in the summer - so the grass was not all stressed out. Not until Image stressed it to death. The company that makes Image has ignored my complaints. Strongly suggest that you first check with a botanist to find out whether your grass is tall fescue before applying Image. BTW, Sedgehammer has always worked well for me -- kills nutsedge but not grass. Shoulda stuck with what worked for me in the past! October 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kyllinga in South Florida I live in Southeast Florida and have Kyllinga growing in my St. Augustine - Floratam back yard. I use Scott's Weed and Feed annually and have a beautiful yard. However, Nutsedge and my Kyllinga are not killed with it. So I tried this Image Nutsedge Killer, even though I was fearful that it might kill my good grass with it. I am 100% happy with this product. As you can see in the picture, the Kyllinga is dying and the grass is not affected. Note that because I was fearful of killing the good grass, I applied very lightly and thought if I needed I would do a second application. The results are from a single application and the picture is two weeks after being sprayed. Great product. May 16, 2015
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