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Bonide 16-Ounce Concentrate Sedge Ender Weed Killer - 069
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- 16-Ounce concentrate
- Pre and post emergent control of goose grass, nut grass, and all sedges
- Safe to use on both Northern and Southern lawns
- Contains Sulfentrazone plus Prodi Amine
- Covers 2000 to 8700 square feet
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 2.25 x 4 inches|
|Item Weight||1.25 pounds|
|Liquid Volume||16 Fluid Ounces|
|Manufacturer Part Number||069|
|Shipping Weight||1.25 pounds|
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The Bonide 16 ounce concentrate sedge ender weed killer is an incredibly effective pre and post emergent control of goose grass, nut grass, and all sedges. Crabgrass, foxtail, and many other problem grassy type weeds. Safe to use on both Northern and Southern lawns. Excellent cool weather performance. Contains Sulfentrazone plus Prodi Amine. Treats 2000 to 8700 square feet.
Top Customer Reviews
After I would mow, the next day the nutsedge would already have grown an inch above the freshly cut grass in a day and now the nutsedge isn't growing taller than the grass.
Will see how this works over the summer, it's may 17 now. I have a ton of nutsedge for some reason in my otherwise perfect lawn.
New nutsedge is growing and I've applied three rounds of this stuff. Only makes the nutsedge I have sickly and red and brown but does not kill it to the root, in fact some of the sickly appearing sedge now are growing new shoots/leaves... Will keep spraying this until I have them killed...
July 26, 2016 update
No more nutsedge in my lawn. It took literally 20 applications of this to get to this point but my lawn is nutsedge free
1. The only products to have measured success in killing nutsedge is Sedgehammer Plus and Bonide Sedgender. Nothing else works long term.
2. Sedgehammer Plus kills both yellow and purple nutsedge, but Bonide kills only the purple nutsedge; so it's important to know which type you have. You can find out how anywhere on the internet googling nutsedge.
3. It grows through anything, even concrete, but there is a weed barrier that has more success than most in university studies. It's a nonwoven spunbonded polypropylene. The emerging nutsedge shoots have trouble punching through the tangled mat of fibers in this type of barrier. Dupont Typar 307 and 312 (3 oz. per square yard weight) rated the most effective in a university trial. I could never find that product but if you google spunbonded polypropylene you should find some alternative. I haven't bothered with the weed barrier, because the infestation was so bad it would have been a waste. Everything I read said to eradicate the infestation first. And yes, infestation was the word used by everyone describing this weed!
4. Depending on the level of infestation it will take diligent herbicide treatments for 2-3 years! Be prepared for a long war.
5. The Sedgehammer takes longer to kill the weeds, but works better getting to the roots. Bonide is quicker, but doesn't get down to the roots as well.
6. You really need both products. Don't wait the 10-14 days between treatments because this weed grows so quickly you'll miss the new tubers coming up through the soil and once it has 5 "grass" blades on it it's growing cycle has slowed substantially, so the herbicide won't be sucked into the plant as fully as you want. You need to spray them when they are small with only 2-3 blades on the it.
7. I spent 7 weeks last fall alternating each week between the Sedgerhammer Plus and Bonide and I actually eradicated a large swath of the infestation.
8. I knew it would be back and sure enough it was this spring, but less than 1/2 of what it had been before. So, I started again and it's working, but it takes a lot of work, consistent spraying and really both products to kill it.
9. So, be prepared for the expense.
I contemplated purchasing 2 small packets of Sedge Hammer, but between that and the shipping, it was around $20. Or I could get the Sedge Ender bottle for $21 plus free 2nd day shipping through my Prime account. Got it in 1 day actually and applied that Saturday late afternoon. Its now Monday morning and the sedge is an obvious off color, more towards a brownish yellow, already. The rest of the lawn is a still a lush green, so no collateral damage so far. As for any other non-grass in the lawn, I have not really noticed any of it dying off as per the bottle's description of what else it kills. But its only been 2 days, so I'll see in a week if any other weeds die off.
Overall, I'm pleasantly pleased with this product. I will definitely get a lot more than 2 applications from it (maybe 6?) then what it would have cost for 2 apps of Sedge Hammer. And so far, the results were the same. Would buy again, assuming my sedge grass makes a return in later seasons, which I'm sure it will considering my neighbors all have it!