Field experiments were conducted to determine the effect of DPX-PE350 on the efficacy of fluazifop-P, sethoxydim, and quizalofop. DPX-PE350 severely antagonized the activity of fluazifop-P on large crabgrass. Antagonism of sethoxydim and quizalofop was dependent on rate of graminicide and large crabgrass stage of growth at application. DPX-PE350 did not reduce control of johnsongrass with quizalofop. Sethoxydim alone controlled 36 to 71% more johnsongrass than sethoxydim mixed with DPX-PE350 at 35 to 105 g ai ha-1. Antagonism of fluazifop-P activity was dependent upon the rate of DPX-PE350 and fluazifop-P applied. Applying DPX-PE350 3 d after fluazifop-P or sethoxydim reduced antagonism. Grass species, growth stage, rate, and sequential application timing all appear to play a role in the severity of antagonism.