What herbicide is in SedgeHammer?

Answer SedgeHammer is the commercial name for the chemical herbicide also known as halosulfuron-methyl. SedgeHammer provides post-emergence control of sedges such as yellow and purple nutsedge in turfgra... Read More »

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What is an herbicide?

Herbicides kill plants by interrupting their normal growing cycle. There are basically two types--selective and nonselective. Selective herbicides kill weeds without harming the surrounding turf gr... Read More »

What is a selective herbicide?

Selective herbicides stunt or kill weeds without damaging the surrounding grass. Non-selective herbicides kill all plants. All herbicides can act as both selective and non-selective depending on co... Read More »

What Is Treflan Herbicide?

Treflan herbicide is a brand of pre-emergence herbicide that is used in gardens and farms. Treflan prevents weeds from growing and stealing nutrients from the plants. Treflan is safe enough to use ... Read More »

What herbicide is in Sedge Hammer?

Sedge Hammer is an herbicide designed to control nutsedge and other weeds in turf grass. Sedge Hammer contains 75 percent Halosulfuron-methyl, which is the active ingredient, and 25 percent inactiv... Read More »