Eliminator Weed & Grass Killer

Weed & Grass Killer, Concentrate

Weight: 64 fl oz (0.5 gl) 1.8 lt


Read the entire label before use. It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. People and pets should not be allowed in treated areas until spray has dried. This product6 is formulated for spot treatment of individual weeds and grasses or for treatment of large areas as instructed on this label (see specific site areas below). Apply with a plastic, aluminum or stainless steel tank-type sprayer. Do not apply with galvanized or unlined steel sprayer, or through any irrigation system or sprinkling can. Mixing: Tank Sprayer (plastic, aluminum or stainless steel): Add 2-1/2 fl oz (5 tbsp) to 1 gl of water. Spot treat or spray evenly over 300 sq ft. Dial Type Hose-End Sprayer: Set sprayer to the fl oz/gallon level specified in the directions. Use only enough product for the area to be treated. Close sprayer, attach to hose and apply. Concentrate Plus Water (Hose End) Type Sprayer: Determine the amount of concentrate required. Pour concentrate into sprayer jar to the required fl oz level. Replace sprayer top on jar and apply. Amount to Use: 2-1/2 fl oz (5 tbsp) treats 300 sq ft. 1 tablespoon (tbsp) equals 3 teaspoons (tsp). 1 fl oz equals 2 tablespoons (tbsp). For easy to kill weeds such as seedlings add 1-1/2 fl oz (3 tbsp) to one gallon of water. How to Apply: Completely wet the foliage of the target vegetation. Do not overspray. A single application controls most weeds. Most treated weeds usually show initial symptoms in two to four days and complete kill in one to two weeks. Harder-to-control weeds or large weeds may require a repeat application. Protect desirable plants with a piece of plastic or cardboard. If desirable plants are accidentally sprayed, wash plants with water immediately. Ornamental flowers, trees and shrubs may be planted one day after application to weeds in planting bed. Do not mow, cut or otherwise disturb treated vegetation for at least seven days following application. When to Apply: For best results apply during warm, sunny weather (above 60 degrees F). Apply when weeds are actively growing and no rain is forecast for 24 hours. Rainfall or watering two hours after application will not wash away effectiveness. To avoid drift to desirable plants, apply when the air is calm. When to Replant: All ornamental flowers, trees and shrubs may be planted 1 day after application. Artichoke (Jerusalem), beans (all), beet greens, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage (all), carrot cauliflower, celery, chard (swiss), chicory, collards, endive, horseradish, kale, kohlrabi, leek, lentils, lettuce, mustard greens, okra, onion, rape greens, parsley, parsnips, potato, radish, rhubarb, rutabaga, spinach, sweet potato, turnip and yams. The following fruits, vegetables and herbs may be planted 3 days after application: corn, cucumber, eggplant garlic, gourds, melons (all), peas (all), peppers (all), pumpkin, squash (summer and winter), tomatillo, tomato (by seed) and watercress. Lawn grasses may be planted 7 days after application. Tomatoes from transplant and unlisted fruits, vegetables and herbs may be planted 30 days after application. Where to Use: General Weed Control: Use along fences, paths, patios, sidewalks, curbs and driveways, around ornamental trees, shrubs, flower beds and plantings, around buildings. Use for trimming and edging landscapes. Do not use for spot weed treatment in lawns, since Eliminator Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate kills all green plants, including lawn grasses. Spot Treatments: Spray directly on actively growing weeds in and around flower beds, ornamental trees, fruit and nut trees, grapevines, shrubs, fences, driveways and walkways. If Eliminator Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate is used to control weeds around fruit and nut trees or grapevines, allow 21 days before eating the fruit or nuts. Do not spray fruit and nut trees or grapevines directly. Landscapes: For use in preparing areas for planting of ornamentals, trees, shrubs, desert landscapes, rock gardens, flower beds or similar plantings. Treated areas can be replanted 1 day after treatment. Wildlife Areas Site Preparation: Use Eliminator Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate for planting wildlife food plots. Exotic or undesirable plants can be controlled with Eliminator Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate to allow for planting or recovery of native plant species. Spot treatments may be directed to selectively remove unwanted plants. Avoid spray drift to desirable plants. For Lawn Renovation/Replacement: Use 2 1/2 fl oz (5 tbsp) to 1 gl of water for each 300 sq ft of area to be treated. Use this product to remove the old lawn and existing weeds and grasses. For best results, apply in spring or fall, when daytime temperatures are at least 60 degrees F. If the lawn is dry, water lawn every other day for a week before applying Eliminator Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate. Do not mow for 7 days before or after treatment. After 7 days, prepare the soil for planting by raking or roto-tilling the lawn. Rake up and remove loosened thatch or debris. Mix in starter fertilizer and soil amendments, if needed. Level the soil. Apply seed according to directions on seed package, or install sod. Grass seed must have good contact with soil to germinate and grow. Keep area moist for two weeks to establish new lawn, then water as needed. For Brush Control: Apply to green and actively growing brush. For plants taller than 5 feet, cut them back and spray the regrowth. Fall applications to brush may delay control to the following season. A second application may be required on hard-to-control species such as blackberry, kudzu or poison oak. For Stump Treatment: Stumps can be treated to prevent regrowth. For best results, treat when the vegetation is actively growing or (within five minutes) after being cut down. Cut the stump close to the soil surface. Make four to five nail holes in the stump. Flood the stump with undiluted product. This procedure will control or suppress many types of woody brush and trees, such as alder, bluegum eucalyptus, madrone, oak, giant reed, saltcedar, sweetgum, and tan oak. To Kill Vines: If vine is growing up a pole, fence or mature tree trunk, cut vine to a height of 3 to 4 feet and spray to thoroughly cover remaining vine. If vine is climbing a shrub or immature (green) tree trunk, to avoid damage to these plants, cut vine at base and spray its regrowth. Shield shrub and green trunk from spray drift with a sheet of plastic or cardboard. Storage and Disposal: Pesticide Storage: Use and store this product only in its original container. Store product in a secure storage area away from sources of heat or open flame. Protect product from freezing. Pesticide Disposal: Nonrefillable container. Do not reuse or refill this container. Offer for recycling if available. Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain. Spill or Leak: In case of spill or leak, soak up with paper towels and discard in trash.

Product Details

Kills over 175 types of weeds! As listed. Makes up to 43 gallons. Use around flower beds, trees, shrubs & driveways. Eliminates roots & weeds. Starts working in hours. What it Does: Kills all types of weeds and grasses. Where to Use Outdoors: On patios, walkways, driveways; around flowers, shrubs and trees; along fences in large areas for lawn replacement. When to Use: For best results, apply during warm, sunny weather (above 60 degrees F). Controls All Types of Weeds and Grasses Including: 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; iron weed; knotweed; lambsquarters; little bitter cress; London rocket; maiden cane; mallow; mayweed; mouseear chickweed (annual or perennial); oxalis (annual or perennial); Pennsylvania smartweed; pennywort; pigweed; prickly lettuce; prostrate spurge; puncture vine; purslane; redroot pigweed; 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 (annual or perennial); witch grass; wild mustard; yellow nutgrass; yellow oxalis. Perennial Weeds, grasses and Brush: alder; artichoke thistle; bahiagrass; barnyardgrass; bentgrass; Bermudagrass; blackberries; bluegrass; broadleaf plantain; brownseed paspalum; buckhorn plantain; bull thistle; Canada thistle; cattail; ceanothus; centipedegrass; cherry; cocklebur; cogongrass; common mullein; common ragweed; coral bead; coyote brush; creeping bentgrass; creeping Charlie; creeping lantana; curly dock; dallisgrass; dandelion; dewberry; dog fennel; elderberry; false dandelion; fescue species; field bindweed; guineagrass; hairy crabgrass; honeysuckle; horsenettJe; horseradish; iceplant; Johnsongrass; Kentucky bluegrass; kikuyugrass; knapweed; knawel; kudzu; lantana; maiden cane; milkweed; mouseear chickweed (annual or perennial); multiflora rose; nimblewill; nutgrass (nutsedge); oak species; oldenlandia; orchardgrass; oxalis (annual or perennial); pampasgrass; pennywort; perennial ryegrass; plantain; poison oak; poison ivy; poison hemlock; primrose; purple cudweed (annual or perennial); purple nutsedge; quackgrass; quaking aspen; ragweed; raspberry; red clover; smooth bromegrass; sourdock; sowthistle; St. Augustinegrass; sumac; tall fescue; tansy ragwort; Timothy; torpedograss; trumpetcreeper; vaseygrass; Virginia creeper; white clover; whitetop; wild barley; wild blackberry; wild carrot; wild morning-glory; wild oats; wild sweet potato; willlow; yarrow; yellow nutgrass; yellow starthistle; zoysia. How it Works: This product is a non-selective herbicide that will kill all vegetation contacted. This herbicide kills unwanted plants by inhibiting the production of a substance found only in plants. It enters plants through the sprayed foliage and moves down to the roots. 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. Any Eliminator Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate not absorbed by the plant is broken down into natural materials. This product has no soil activity and thus will not affect nearby untreated plants.



Glyphosate, Isopropylamine Salt (41.0%) (Acid Equivalent or Glyphosate Content = 30.34%), Other Ingredients (59.0%).


Keep out of reach of children. Precautionary Statements: Hazards to humans and domestic animals. Harmful if absorbed through the skin. Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with eyes, skin or clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Keep children and pets away from treated areas until spray has dried. Avoid contamination of food. Do not contaminate water supplies. First Aid: If on Skin: Take off contaminated clothing. Rinse skin with plenty of water for 15-20 minutes. Call a Poison Control Center or doctor for treatment advice. If in Eyes: Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye. Call a Poison Control Center or doctor for treatment advice. Have the product container or label with you when calling a Poison Control Center or doctor, or going for treatment. Environmental Hazards: To protect the environment, do not allow pesticide to enter or run off into storm drains, drainage ditches, gutters or surface waters. Applying this product in calm weather when rain is not predicted tor the next 24 hours will help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide oft the treatment area. Rinsing application equipment over the treated area will help avoid runoff to water bodies or drainage systems. Buyer assumes all responsibility for safety and use not in accordance with directions.


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