QuinKill Max Herbicide
Crabgrass and Weed Killer
QuinKill Max is a superior post-emergent herbicide used for the control of Crabgrass and other broadleaf and grassy weeds. QuinKill Max has an highly inclusive label and can be used in residential lawns, parks, schools, athletic fields, golf courses, sod farms and more. QuinKill Max may be used as a spot treatment or broadcast spray over turfgrass, including Fescue, Rye, Bermuda, Zoysia and more to control crabgrass, foxtail, signalgrass, torpedograss, bindweed, clover, daisy, dandelion and other unwanted weeds. QuinKill Max has an easy to read label with tables included for both spot spray applications and broadcast spray applications.
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Mode of Action
Lipid Synthesis Inhibitors
Site of Action
(1) ACCase Inhibitor
Maximum Yearly Limits
DO NOT apply more than 128 fluid ounces of QUIN KILL MAX herbicide per acre (or 2.9 fl ozs per 1000 sq ft) in one year (1.5 lbs ae per acre per year).
DO NOT mow 2 days before or after applying QUIN KILL MAX to maximize weed control and minimize potential turf injury. Clippings from the first three mowings after application should be left on the treated area
Irrigation and Rainfall: If soil moisture is not sufficient prior to QUIN KILL MAX application, irrigation may improve weed control.
For best results, DO NOT water or irrigate for 24 hours after application. If rainfall does not occur in 2 to 7 days after application,
irrigation of at least 1/2 inch is desirable.
After Seeding Instructions
DO NOT apply within 4 weeks after seedling emergence of Kentucky bluegrass, creeping bentgrass, fine fescue blends and
perennial ryegrass. DO NOT apply QUIN KILL MAX prior to and within 2 weeks after seeding seashore paspalum.
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