Tenacity® herbicide keeps creeping bentgrass from unwanted creeping.

Creeping bentgrass has earned its name. It is aggressive in its growth into grasses like Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and tall fescue.

Finally, Tenacity®, with its active ingredient mesotrione, gives you selective bentgrass control. Because up until now, there has been no effective way to keep bentgrass at bay without killing the entire turfgrass stand. And that’s the Tenacity revolution!

Research has shown that using Tenacity herbicide results in at least 92% control of creeping bentgrass in Kentucky bluegrass.1

Read related article: PDF IconControlling creeping bentgrass in Kentucky bluegrass

Apply Tenacity for creeping bentgrass control:

  • Apply in the spring, summer, or fall when bentgrass is actively growing in Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and tall fescue.
  • Make three applications of 5 oz/A on a two- to three-week interval.
  • Recommend seeding immediately after second application to help speed establishment of desired turf species.
Bentgrass removal

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1 PDF Icon"Controlling creeping bentgrass in Kentucky bluegrass," March 2008, GCM


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