Spectracide Weed Stop for Lawns plus Crabgrass Killer Concentrate

Spectracide® Weed Stop® for Lawns plus Crabgrass Killer Concentrate Ready-to-Spray

Use the Spectracide Weed Stop for Lawns Plus Crabgrass Killer Concentrate Ready-to- Spray to put an end to weeds in your lawn. It kills over 250 types of weeds, including crabgrass. The fast-acting product produces visible results in just 8 hours.  

  • Kills yellow nutsedge
  • See results in 8 hours
  • Kills over 250 weed types as listed, including crabgrass
  • Kills tough lawn weeds

 

Product Info

This product controls the following weeds: amaranth, purple; amaranth, slender; aster, heath; aster, purple; aster, white heath; aster, white prairie; artichoke; Austrian fieldcress; bedstraw, catchweed; bedstraw, smooth; bedstraw, northern; bedstraw, pineywoods; beggarticks, hairy; betony, Florida; bindweed, field; bindweed, hedge; bitter wintercress; bittercress, hairy; bitterweed; black-eyed Susan; black medic; blood flower milkweed; blue lettuce; brassbuttons; bristly oxtongue; broomweed; buckhorn; bullnettle; burclover; burdock; burweed, lawn (spurweed); buttercup, bulbous; buttercup, creeping; buttonweed, common (poorjoe); buttonweed, Virginia; Carolina geranium (wild); carpetweed; catnip; catsear, spotted (false dandelion); chamber bitter; chickweed, common; chickweed, mouseear; chickweed, sticky; chicory; cinquefoil; clover; clover, crimson; clover, hop; clover, rabbit foot; clover, red; clover, strawberry; clover, yellow sweet; clover, white sweet; clover, white; cockle; cocklebur; cocklebur, oriental; cocklebur, spiny; common mullein; corn spurry; creeping beggarweed; creeping jenny (creeping charlie); cupid shaving brush; cudweed; daisy, English; daisy, oxeye; dandelion, common; dandelion, false; day flower; deadnettle; dichondra; dock, broadleaf; dock, curly; Dogbane; dogfennel; dollarweed (pennywort); doveweed; elderberry; falseflax; false sunflower; fiddleneck; filaree, redstem; filaree, whitestem; fleabane, daisy (annual); fleabane, rough; galinsoga, hairy; galinsoga, smallflower; goldenrod; ground ivy; groundsel; gumweed; hairy fleabane; hawkweed, meadow; hawkweed, mouseear; hawkweed, orange; hawkweed, yellow; healall; heartleaf drymary; hemp; henbit; hoary cress; horsenettle; horseweed; Jimsonweed; Johnny-jumpup violet; knawel; knotweed, prostrate; kochia; lambsquarters; lespedeza; mallow, alkali; mallow, bristly; mallow, common; mallow, dwarf; mallow, Venice; marcela; matchweed; Mexicanweed; moneywort; morningglory, bigroot; morningglory, ivyleaf; morningglory, Mexican; morningglory, red; morningglory, tall; morningglory, woolly; mugwort; mustard, ball; mustard, black; mustard, blue; mustard, hedge; mustard, Indian; mustard, tansy; mustard, tumble; mustard, white; mustard, wormseed; nettle, stinging (burning); nettle, tall; nettle, wood; parsley-piert; parsnip; pearlwort; pennycress (Frenchweed); pepperweed, perennial; pepperweed, Virginia (peppergrass); pigweed, prostate; pigweed, redroot; pigweed, Russian; pigweed, smooth; pigweed, tumble; pineappleweed; plains coreopsis (tickseed); plantain, blackseed; plantain, bracted; plantain, broadleaf; plantain, buckhorn; plantain, hoary; plantain, narrowleaf; plantain, slender; plantain, woolly; poison ivy; poison oak; pokeweed; prairie sunflower; prickly lettuce (compass plant); prickly sida; prostrate knotweed; puncturevine; purslane, common; pusley, Brazil; pusley, Florida; pusley, large flower; ragweed, bur; ragweed, common; ragweed, lanceleaf; ragweed, western; redstem filaree; rough cinquefoil; scarlet pimpernel; shepherdspurse; smartweed, ladysthumb; smartweed, pale; smartweed, Pennsylvania; smooth chaff-flower; smooth dock; sorrel, red (sheep); sowthistle, annual; sowthistle, spiny; Spanish needles; speedwell, bi-lobed; speedwell, common; speedwell, corn; speedwell, ivyleaf; speedwell, Persian; speedwell, purslane; speedwell, slender; speedwell, snow; speedwell, thymeleaf; spiny amaranth; spurge, spotted; spurge, prostrate; spurweed; star of Bethlehem; strawberry, Indian mock; tansy ragwort; tanweed; Thistle, blessed; Thistle, bull; Thistle, Canada; Thistle, flodman (prairie); Thistle, musk; Thistle, platte; thistle, plumeless; thistle, Russian; thistle, Scotch; thistle, wavyleaf; thistle, yellow (horrible); trailing crownvetch; vervain, blue; vervain, hoary; vervain, prostrate; vervain, tall; vetch, bird; vetch, hairy; vetch, milk; vetch, narrowleaf; vetch, wild; Virginia creeper; Western clematis; Western salsify; wild aster; wild buckweat; wild carrot; wild four-o-clock; wild garlic; wild lettuce; wild marigold; wild mustard (yellow rocket); wild onion; wild parsnip; wild radish; wild rape; wild strawberry; wild sweet potato; wild violet; woodsorrel, creeping; woodsorrel, violet; woodsorrel, yellow (oxalis); woolly croton; wormseed; yarrow, common; yarrow, western; yarrow, yellow; crabgrass, large and smooth; foxtail, green, giant and yellow; yellow nutsedge.

Where to Use

Outdoors

This product should be applied to lawns containing the following species of grass: Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, fescue species (including tall, red, and fine leaf varieties), Bermudagrass*, buffalograss, and zoysiagrass<br/><br/>* NOTE: Application to Bermudagrass may cause temporary yellowing or discoloration but full recovery can be expected. Do not apply to Bermudagrass when daytime temperatures exceed 85° F. In addition, this product should not be used on lawns containing bentgrass, St. Augustinegrass, bahiagrass, centipedegrass or carpetgrass. Further, do not use on dichondra or lawns with desirable clovers or legumes or on vegetable gardens, fruits or ornamentals (flowers, trees, groundcovers, hedges, landscape/flower beds and shrubs).<br/>

Sizes Available

32 fl oz

MSDS

9688-268-8845

Labels

071121957030

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2 years, 6 months ago
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You should wait until your lawn is completely dry before allowing pets to enter the treated area.
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It needs to be dry before you let your pet on your lawn. You might want to treat one area at a time, for example, the front, the back, that way you can take your pet out to the area that is dry.
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Weed stop concentrate: what are the mixing ratios?
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The ready to spray hose end product does not have dilution rates. It is to be used by connecting it to the hose and spraying the lawns, that is why there are not mixing instructions on the label similar to our Spectracide Weed Stop for Lawns plus Crabgrass Killer Concentrate. http://www.spectracide.com/Products...
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I have had success with the dump and spray method. I have been mixing mine on the strong side with good results on some stubborn weeds in my lawn. I average 8-10 gallons of solution per each container.
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Chet, this product should not be used on St. Augustinegrass, but you can use Spectracide Weed Stop for Lawns for St. Augustine & Centipede Lawns Concentrate on that grass variety. Here's a link to that product: http://www.spectracide.com/Products....
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It can be used now, but it will probably be more effective if you wait a little while longer. This product is best used when daytime temperatures are between 45 degrees and 90 degrees.
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Is this product safe for pets?

How long after application should I wait until I allow my dog into the yard?
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You should keep your pet out of the application area until the spray has dried -- in moderate conditions, it should take just a couple of hours.
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