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Celero®

TOUGH KYLLINGA SEDGE ISN’T SO TOUGH.

Celero® Herbicide is a selective, post-emergence herbicide for control of sedges including kyllinga in established residential and commercial turfgrass, golf courses and sod farms. Imazosulfuron, the active ingredient in Celero, is a systemic sulfonylurea (SU) herbicide that translocates down to the roots to deliver superior sedge control. Labeled for both broadcast and spot treatment in cool- and warm-season turf, Celero is the ideal solution for difficult-to-manage sedges.

SAY GOODBYE TO SEDGE

Turn to Nufarm-exclusive Celero® selective herbicide for excellent control of tough sedge outbreaks.

Designed specifically for post-emerge sedge control, Celero complements traditional grass and broadleaf herbicides. Celero also delivers superior knockdown of yellow and purple nutsedge.

When annual of perennial sedges, including green killing, are present, count on Celero applied as a spot or broadcast treatment.

 

at-a-glance info

EPA REG. NO.: 59639-155 
ACTIVE INGR.: imazosulfuron (75%)
FORMULATION: water-dispersible granule
CHEM. FAMILY: sulfonylurea
HRAC NUMBER: 2
SIGNAL WORD: caution
RESTRICTED: no
PACKAGE SIZE: 4 x 1 lb case

KEY USES

Established residential and commercial turfgrass:

  • Apartment complexes
  • Golf courses
  • Sod farms
  • Roadsides
  • Sports fields
  • Campgrounds
  • Office complexes
  • Parks
  • Parking areas
  • Recreational sites
  • Schools
  • Residential lawns
  • Commercial areas 

KEY weeds controlled

Sedges:

  • Nutsedge: purple, yellow 
  • Sedge: annual, cylindric, green kyllinga 

Broadleaf Weeds: 

  • Burclover, California 
  • Burweed, lawn 
  • Chickweed: common, mouse-ear, sticky 
  • Geranium, Carolina 
  • Henbit 
  • Parsley piert 
  • Purslane, common 

See product label for complete list

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES

  • Consistent post-emergence control of yellow, purple and annual sedges including green kyllinga
  • Excellent cool- and warm-season turf tolerance
  • Outstanding resistance management tool 

use summary

Apply Celero® Herbicide after nutsedge has reached the 3-leaf stage of growth. Only use a non-ionic surfactant that contains at least 80% active ingredient. 

BROADCAST APPLICATION 

Rate per Acre: 8-14 oz/20-30 gal + .25% v/v non-ionic surfactant (1 qt/100 gal). A second application may be applied 21 days after the initial treatment. 

SPOT TREATMENT 

Rate per 1,000 sq ft: 0.25-0.33 oz/1-2 gal + 2 tsp non-ionic surfactant/gal of water. Occasionally shake the spray solution while spraying to ensure the spray solution remains well mixed. Spray the target weeds until the leaves are wet. 

TANK MIXING 

Celero Herbicide may be tank mixed with other herbicides registered for use in turfgrass for nutsedge and broad-spectrum broadleaf weed control. 

See product label for complete directions for use.