Spectracide Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate Spectracide Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate

Spectracide® Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate

This product is a non-selective herbicide that will kill any vegetation contacted. It enters plants through the leaves and moves down to the roots. This will ensure that the entire plant is eliminated. Avoid direct spray or drift onto desirable plants, lawn grasses, shrubs, and trees. Protect desirable plants and vegetation with a piece of plastic or cardboard. If desirable plants are accidentally sprayed, wash plants with water immediately. This product has no soil activity and thus will not affect nearby untreated plants.
  • 32 fl oz concentrate makes up to 10 gallons
  • Visible results as fast as 3 hours
  • Rainfast in 15 minutes
  • For use on patios, walkways and flower beds

 

Product Info

This product controls the following:

  • Annual weeds and grasses: annual ryegrass; annual bluegrass; barnyardgrass; beggarweed; black medic; blue medic; blue toadflax; brassbuttons; blue mustard; bromegrass; bur clover; buttercup; cheeseweed; chickweed; clover; common groundsel; common lambsquarters; common plantain; common ragweed; crabgrass; creeping beggarweed; diffuse lovegrass; dog fennel; evening primrose; false dandelion; fall panicum; fennel; fiddleneck; field pennycress; field sandbur; filaree; Florida pusley; foxtail; garden spurge; goosegrass; green foxtail; hemp sesbania; henbit; horseweed/marestail; ironweed; knotweed; lambsquarters; little bittercress; marestail; London rocket; maiden cane; mallow; mayweed; mouseear chickweed*; oxalis*; Pennsylvania smartweed; pennywort; pigweed; prickly lettuce; prostrate spurge; puncture vine; purslane; redroot; sandspur; shepherdspurse; smartweed; smooth cat's ear; smooth pigweed; sowthistle; spotted spurge; sprangletop; spurges; tansy mustard; tansy; ragwort; teaweed; Texas panicum; tumble mustard; velvetleaf; wild geranium*; witch grass; wild mustard; yellow nutgrass; yellow oxalis (and many other annual grasses and weeds)
  • Perennial weeds, grasses and brush: Alder; artichoke thistle; bahiagrass; barnyardgrass; bentgrass; Bermudagrass; bluegrass; broadleaf plantain; brownseed; paspalum; buckhorn plantain; bull thistle; Canada thistle; cattail; ceanothus; centipedegrass; cocklebur; cogongrass; common mullein; common ragweed; coral bead; creeping Charlie; curly dock; dallisgrass; dandelion; dewberry; dog fennel; false dandelion; fescue species; field bindweed; guineagrass; hairy crabgrass; horsenettle; horseradish; iceplant; Johnsongrass; Kentucky bluegrass. kikuyugrass; knapweed; knawel; lantana; maiden cane; milkweed; mouseear chickweed*; nimblewill; nutgrass nutsedge); oldenlandia; orchardgrass; oxalis*; pampasgrass; pennywort; perennial ryegrass; plantain; purple cudweed*; purple nutsedge; quackgrass; quaking aspen; ragweed; red clover; smooth bromegrass; sourdock; sowthislle; St. Augustine grass; tall fescue; tansy ragwort; Timothy; torpedograss; trumpetcreeper; vaseygrass; Virginia creeper; white clover; whitetop; wild barley; wild blackberry; wild carrot; wild morningglory; wild oats; yarrow; yellow nutgrass; yellow starthistle; zoysia

Where to Use

Outdoors

Use along fences, paths, patios, sidewalks, curbs and driveways; as well as around ornamental trees, shrubs, flower beds, plantings and buildings. Also use for trimming and edging landscapes.<br/>NOTE: Do not use for spot treatment in the lawn; instead use Spectracide® Weed Stop for Lawns.

Sizes Available

32 fl oz, 16 fl oz

MSDS

9688-265-8845

Labels

071121960092
071121660015

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how to dulute the concentrate

What is the ratio for a hose attached sprayer?
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For best results, set your hose-end sprayer to the 7 fl oz/gallon setting (to treat 300 sq ft).
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For best results, use 7 fl oz per gallon of water to treat 300 sq ft. You can find the entire product label on our website: http://www.spectracide.com/~/media/...
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How many ounces of concentrate should be mixed with a gallon of water when using a pump sprayer.
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Can I use this under a lime tree?

I need to kill weeds and grass under the canopy of a lime tree. Can I use this product? Will it reach through the grass and kill the roots of the tree?
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You shouldn't use this one on or around edibles. You can use it under ornamental trees, however -- just cover any desirable vegetation with a piece of plastic or cardboard.
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I wouldn't use liquid weed killers under citrus. The roots are only 18 inches deep and readily absorb all products. Weed killers especially made for the citrus industry are generally not available for homeowners. Sorry, get down and get dirty. Remember NEVER mulch under a citrus tree. A very deadly fungus will appear and kill your trees bark then you can't plant for seven years or you have to replace the soil 3 feet deep or use gallons of expensive fungicidal.
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Spectracide Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate kills existing, actively growing weeds down to the root. It will kill all vegetation sprayed, but it won't prevent weeds from germinating.
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We neglected to suggest an alternate product for longer-term weed control: Spectracide Weed & Grass Killer with Extended Control Concentrate will take care of unwanted vegetation and prevent new weeds for up to three months. You can learn more here: http://www.spectracide.com/Products...
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Yes, but you should do so very carefully (and should not use around edibles). This is a non-selective vegetation killer that will kill everything you spray, so be very careful in applying and avoid drift to your plants and flowers.
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no the you have a chance of it getting into feed roots on vegatables. you also have a chance of mist killing your garden plants.
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weeds are growing in my ground cover
will this product kill the ground cover and flowering plants?
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You can use it around landscaping, but it will kill everything it touches, so you will want to spot treat and cover desirable plants with a piece of plastic or cardboard. To avoid drift to the vegetation you do want to keep, don't apply in wind. If it gets on plants, just wash with water immediately.
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