Features and Specifications
|Active Ingredient(s)||2,4-D (13.24%), quinclorac (8.25%), dicamba (1.38%)|
|Weed Killer||Alder, Barnyardgrass, Beggartick, Boxelder, Bull thistle, Carpetweed, Chickweed Crabgrass, Dandelion, Dogbane, False flax, Foxtail, Goldenrod, Hawkweed, Henbit, Horsetail, Kochia, Locoweed, Marshelder, Mustard, Nettle, Oxalis, Pennywort, Purslane, Ragweed, Spurge, Sumac, Tall nettle, Thistle, Tumbleweed, Velvetleaf Virginia creeper, Woodsorrel, Yarrow, Yellow rocket|
|Sale Prohibited||AK, CA, HI, NM, NY|
How Quincept Post-Emergent Herbicide Works
Quincept Post-Emergent Herbicide contains quinclorac, dicamba and 2,4-D as the active ingredients. These three ingredients combine to eradicate broadleaf weeds and grasses by promoting uncontrolled growth and death. You can apply it as a clean-up herbicide in the spring to treat areas that missed a pre-emergent application. It also works effectively in the summer to kill postemergent weeds that pose problems to beneficial plants and turf.
Where to Use Quincept Herbicide
Use Quincept herbicide where weeds cover turfgrasses and plants in residential and commercial areas. It keeps barnyardgrass and chickweed out of residential landscapes and dandelion from invading parks and recreational fields. Some of the more common application sites include:
- Exterior commercial establishments
- Athletic fields
- Church grounds
- Picnic areas
- Golf courses
- Sod farms
Quincept Herbicide Target Pests
Quincept Herbicide controls many of the common broadleaf weed and grass species in lawns and landscaping across the country. It kills dandelion, chickweed and clover and removes crabgrass and thistle from home turfgrass and golf courses. It also helps to treat other invasive species such as:
- Annual yellow sweet clover
- Dead nettle
- False sunflower
- Ground ivy
- Wild garlic
- Yellow rocket
Quincept Post-Emergent Herbicide Features and Benefits
- Treats hundreds of weeds and grasses
- Works in residential, commercial, recreational and athletic sites
- Contains three main ingredients for extra potency
- Can be mixed with liquid fertilizers to treat weeds while feeding plants
- Works on newly seeded and sodded areas
Tips for Using Quincept Herbicide
- Do not apply Quincept Herbicide to new seedlings or sodded areas until after the third mowing.
- Use reduced rates on warm-season grasses to prevent discoloration and other signs of stress.
- Irrigate areas with dry soil to improve weed control.
Control Weeds and Grasses With Quincept Herbicide
Because Quincept herbicide contains three active ingredients, it promotes greater weed control in less time. It begins working after the first application and kills everything from clover to ragweed. It keeps residential and recreational lawns free of dandelions and other invasive weeds and protects commercial ornamentals from damaging grasses. You can use it to target weeds in the spring and the summer and treat newly seeded areas after the third mowing. When one active ingredient is not enough, get the power of three with Quincept herbicide.