Trimec weed killer usually consists of a combination of 2, 4-D, Dicamba, and Mecoprop. The trifecta of herbicides is the key to Trimec’s potent weed-killing ability. Each chemical is proficient in killing different weeds.
By combining three herbicides into one product, you can kill 200+ weeds with one spray. Also, Trimec does not require multiple applications to kill weeds .
Most Trimec products act as a post-emergent herbicide. However, some manufacturers add Quinclorac to the formula. Quinclorac is a pre-emergent herbicide that helps prevent weeds from taking root.
Trimec is typically found in liquid form. It can be a powerful part of your annual lawn care plan.
What Weeds Does Trimec Herbicide Kill?
Trimec products are designed to kill a host of broadleaf weeds. Common examples of broadleaf weeds are:
- Poison Ivey
- 200+ more
Is Trimec Weed Killer Safe for Grass?
Trimec can be applied to both warm and cool-season kinds of grass. Mild discoloration may appear after application to warm-season lawns. Most discoloration is temporary.
When Should You Apply Trimec?
- No rain or water for at least 24 hours after application
- Air temperature should not exceed 90 degrees for broadcast application
- Seed or sod can be laid in the area after 3-4 weeks have passed
- The area is safe for pets and children after the application has dried completely
- Always consult the manufacturer’s safety recommendations before application