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Quicksilver® T&O Herbicide For Golf

QuickSilver® herbicide contains carfentrazone-ethyl, which has been thoroughly evaluated by turf researchers and proven effective in field use. QuickSilver® works by inhibiting a key enzyme in moss chlorophyll production. It's so effective, research has shown QuickSilver® reduces up to 90% of moss in just two applications when used at labeled rates according to label directions.

Quick Facts

  • EPA "Reduced Risk" herbicide
  • Low use rates
  • Non-phenoxy herbicide
  • Rainfast within 1 hour

Active ingredients

  • Carfentrazone-ethyl

Product Overview

When it comes to silvery thread moss control, nothing works quite like QuickSilver® T&O herbicide. QuickSilver can control silvery thread moss in just two applications and is effective in both cool and warm temperatures, ensuring year-round moss control as needed. QuickSilver T&O herbicide, with the active ingredient carfentrazone, works by effectively inhibiting a key enzyme in moss chlorophyll production and is formulated to be gentle on turf. QuickSilver won't harm creeping bentgrass greens and tees.

QuickSilver T&O herbicide works well as a tank-mix partner for faster visual results and leaves minimal residue following application. Quicksilver T&O allows for fast reestablishment of bentgrass – enabling quick replanting to break the moss opportunity cycle. Quicksilver T&O is rainfast in one hour.


  • Silvery Thread Moss


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