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Celsius, Thanks Derek! #14052206 07/04/21 06:50 PM
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Did a second touch up spray but the Oxalis is losing the battle.

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Sorry, should have put in the DIY lawn thread

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Nice! It's a great herbicide. Versatile and works great in the heat without burning your grass unlike most. <- When used as directed. It is expensive but a great tool to have in the tool box. You need a good gram scale if you use it. It's not something you just eyeball or guess rates with. It's professional grade.


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Re: Celsius, Thanks Derek! [Re: presley] #14053512 07/06/21 11:49 AM
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i rotate celsius and blindside and its been doing a great job

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Not a fan of Blindside. I love both active ingredients. Which is MSM and Sulfentrazone. What I don't like is the amount of Sulfentrazone it puts down. It's like 6-8oz per acre. When it really needs to be half that. You would be better off buying both AI separately and mixing your own. Which would be MSM and Dismiss. But I wouldn't be spaying Dismiss in this heat. Bermuda will handle it ok, but St. Aug and Zoysia would get fried. If you have oaks or elms I would be very cautious applying blindside/msm. Celsius and Certainty are my go to. July is spurge surge season and about the only time I use MSM. But I don't have trees.


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Re: Celsius, Thanks Derek! [Re: presley] #14068629 07/21/21 09:14 AM
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Derek can you tell me how many grams per gallon of water. Thanks.

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