Segment® II Herbicide

Segment II herbicide quickly eliminates unsightly grassy weeds in naturalized areas and landscapes. Applied postemergence, Segment II herbicide selectively controls grassy weeds in centipedegrass and established fine and tall fescues.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Rapid entry and systemic activity within plant tissues for fast, effective control
  • Can be tank mixed with other herbicides, expanding the spectrum of weed control
  • Formulated without an adjuvant for more options when making applications
  • Higher concentration of active ingredient for less product needed per acre

Key Grassy Weeds Controlled

  • Bahiagrass
  • Barnyardgrass
  • Bentgrass
  • Bermudagrass
  • Broadleaf Signalgrass
  • Brome, Downy
  • Crabgrass (Large, Smooth)
  • Cupgrass, Woolly
  • Fescue
  • Foxtail (Green, Yellow)
  • Goosegrass
  • Johnsongrass
  • Junglerice
  • Lovegrass
  • Orchardgrass, Seedling
  • Panicum spp.
  • Quackgrass
  • Ryegrass, Annual
  • Sandbur, Field
  • Shattercane/Wildcane
  • Sprangletop, Red
  • Stiltgrass, Japanese
  • Velvetgrass, German
  • Volunteer Barley
  • Volunteer Oats
  • Volunteer Rye
  • Volunteer Wheat
  • Wild Oats
  • Wild Proso Millet
  • Wirestem Muhly
  • Witchgrass

Use Sites


  • Christmas tree and conifer nurseries and plantations
  • Commercial and residential landscapes
  • Container and field grown nursery production
  • Drug and medicinal crops
  • Industrial landscapes
  • Perennial peanuts (non-food)
  • Potting soil and topsoil
  • Forestry, reforestation, and tree nurseries and plantations


  • Naturalized areas on golf courses
  • Residential and commercial landscapes

Professional Vegetation Management

  • Airports
  • Electrical transformer stations
  • Exteriors of public buildings
  • Industrial areas
  • Nonagricultural fencerows and hedgerows
  • Paved areas
  • Pipeline pumping stations
  • Recreation areas
  • Rights-of-way
  • Seedhead and growth suppression on roadsides
  • Sewage disposal areas
  • Storage yards
  • Timberland sites
  • Wildflowers in naturalized areas

General Information

Always read and follow label directions.

Problems Controlled

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