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Image Herbicide Accidentally Got on Plants?

Does Image herbicide harm liriope or Asian jasmine?

By rondi from Kerrville, TX

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March 22, 20120 found this helpful

First thing to do is read the entire label of the product you are planning to use before you use it so that you know ahead of time what, where, and when it can be safely applied, and what to do if an application accident happens.

Second thing to have done (which you probably did) is flood the plant/plants with water to dilute the chemical as much as is possible-you would have let the water run freely over and around the plant, it's foliage, and the soil.

Now all you can do is wait and hope your plants survive. Liriope is a tough little plant so if you flooded it with water after your application accident it might make it, don't know about the other.

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Good luck, I hope the plants are ok.

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