Active Ingredient: 21.3% Carfentrazone-ethyl
Carfentrazone-ethyl is the active ingredient that makes QuickSilver so powerful. It is one of the most environmentally sound herbicides available anywhere. With a low application rate of 3 times per year, you get long-lasting control and peace of mind with each application. Carfentrazone-ethyl is tough on weeds but completely safe for grasses including Bermuda and St. Augustine.
Add QuickSilver to your broadleaf weed tank mix for the most effective management of large turf areas. It can be safely mixed with other broadleaf herbicides. QuickSilver is effective in both cool and warm climates. That means you’ll no longer have to wait for spring before putting weeds in their place.
Controls over 18 different weeds, including the tough ones.
QUICKSILVER ® HERBICIDE
Different because it works.
When it comes to silvery thread moss control, nothing works on greens and tees quite like QuickSilver ® herbicide. It’s so effective, researchers at North Carolina State University discovered that QuickSilver controlled 90% of moss in just two applications. And unlike other products where temperature can significantly impact efficacy, QuickSilver is effective in both cool and warm temperatures, ensuring year-round moss control as needed.
QuickSilver herbicide works by effectively inhibiting a key enzyme in moss chlorophyll production. What’s more, QuickSilver has been carefully formulated to be gentle on your turf. QuickSilver won’t harm creeping bentgrass greens and tees. In a recent evaluation by 50 golf courses in North Carolina, none reported any phytotoxicity issues, and research by the University of Tennessee showed QuickSilver to be highly tolerable.
Bring bentgrass back–fast.
QuickSilver is unique in that it leaves minimal residue following application. This allows for fast reestablishment of bentgrass, enabling you to quickly replant and break the moss opportunity cycle. With other products, you’d have to wait months before reseeding, leaving unsightly bald spots and providing an opportunity for moss to reestablish in the voids.
Rate: 0.025 to 0.048 per 1,000 sq. ft. or 1.1 to 2.1 ounces per acre