While identifying grassy weeds and broadleaf weeds can be a challenge in itself, so can be selecting the right herbicide for the job. There’s a slew of different products and chemicals on the market today that can become a bit confusing.
In this post, we’ll quickly discuss the difference between Drive XLR8 (Quinclorac) vs. Tenacity (Mesotrione) in simple terms that the average homeowner can understand.
- 1 Drive XLR8 (Quinclorac) vs. Tenacity (Mesotrione)
- 2 Which herbicide is better?
- 3 Quinclorac mix rates
- 4 Tenacity mix rates
- 5 Quinclorac vs. Mesotrione FAQs
- 6 What’s the difference between Quinclorac and Tenacity?
- 7 Can you mix quinclorac with Tenacity (mesotrione)?
- 8 How long does it take Quinclorac to work?
- 9 Is Quinclorac good for crabgrass?
- 10 What is similar to Tenacity herbicide?
- 11 What weeds will Quinclorac kill?
Drive XLR8 (Quinclorac) vs. Tenacity (Mesotrione)
Tenacity herbicide is a very popular brand name herbicide that uses the active ingredient, Mesotrione. This is also a selective weed killer but is also a safe pre-emergent herbicide when seeding and overseeding. Tenacity is like applying sunblock to plants, as it prevents photosynthesis from occurring. The effects of Tenacity will begin to turn the plant white, preventing the weeds to grow, and ultimately dying off.