Oxadiazon 2G is a pre-emergent herbicide designed to selectively control various types of annual grasses and broadleaf weeds without harming turfs, ornamental shrubs, or trees. This herbicide is effective against Carpetweed, Crabgrass, Barnyardgrass, and more. *This is a restricted-use product which can only be purchased by licensed applicators.
Oxadiazon 2G is a selective, pre-emergent herbicide manufactured by Quali-Pro. The active ingredient, Oxadiazon, is effective in controlling annual grasses and broadleaf weeds growing in turfs, woody ornamental bushes, and trees. Oxadiazon 2G works by killing the seedlings of targeted weeds when contact is made during the germination process. It is ideal for use on established turfs with Bermuda grass, perennial bluegrass, St. Augustine grass, and more.
This is a restricted-use herbicide meant to only be purchased and applied by licensed applicators.
To apply Oxadiazon 2G, a handheld spreader, push spreader or professional tow behind broadcast spreader is needed. For smaller turfs a push spreader is recommended. For small spot treatments, a handheld spreader is suggested.
How to Use
Where to Use
Oxadiazon 2G can be applied to commercial turfs, container-grown or field-grown woody ornamental shrubs, vines, and trees. It is ideal for golf courses, parks and fairways. Oxadiazon 2G cannot be applied to residential lawns.
When to Use
The right time to use Oxadiazon 2G varies, depending on the type of vegetation being controlled and where applications will be made. For the best results when treating turfs, apply Oxadiazon 2G to label during early spring before the germination of weed seeds.
When applying Oxadiazon 2G to woody ornamental shrubs, vines, and trees, applications can be made anytime during the year before weed germination begins.
Oxadiazon 2G is safe to use when applied according to label directions. Always wear the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) when applying Oxadiazon 2G.
Oxadiazon comes in 50-pound bags and can only be sold and used by professional applicators. Applications made after the germination period of seeds to targeted vegetation is not recommended.