Spectracide Weed & Grass Killer
Weed & Grass Killer
Weight: 26 fl oz (1 pt 10 fl oz) 768 ml
Read the entire label before use. It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. For outdoor residential use only. Do not allow people or pets to touch treated plants until the sprays have dried. Application restrictions: Do not apply th is product in a way that will contact any person or pet, either directly or through drift. Only persons applying this product may be in the area during application. User safety recommendations: Clothing and protective equipment exposed to this product should be washed in detergent and hot water. Such items should be kept and washed separately from other laundry. Users should wash hands before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco or using the toilet. Users should remove clothing immediately if pesticide gets inside. Then wash thoroughly and put on clean clothing. Users should remove clothing and protective equipment immediately after handling this product. As soon as possible, wash thoroughly and change into clean clothing. Spectracide Weed & Grass Killer is pre-mixed and ready to use and is formulated for spot treatment of weeds and grasses. Use it on driveways and walkways or around fences, trees, flower beds, shrubs and other areas in your yard. Completely wet the leaves of the target vegetation. Do not overspray. Sprayed plants begin yellowing and wilting in about 24 hours, with complete kill, including the roots, in 1 to 2 weeks. Protect desirable plants with a piece of plastic or cardboard. If desirable plants are accidently sprayed, wash plants with water immediately. Do not mow, cut or otherwise disturb treated vegetation, weeds or plants for at least 7 days following application. Do not use on or around edible feed or food crops. For best results apply during warm, sunny weather (above 60 degrees F) when weeds are actively growing and no rain is forecast for 24 hours. Rainfall or watering 15 minutes after application will not wash away effectiveness. To avoid drift to desirable plants, apply when the air is calm. Not recommended for spot weed treatment in established lawns since lawn grasses will also be killed. Trigger sprayer applicator: 1. Turn nozzle to coarse spray pattern. Avoid sprays that are too fine because they can drift and damage other plants. 2. Spray unwanted grass and weeds until completely covered. All ornamental flowers, trees and shrubs may be planted 1 day after application. Wait 7 days after last application to rake, till or replant with seed or sod. 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 2 weeks to establish new lawn, then water as needed. Storage and disposal: Pesticide storage: Store in a cool, dry area away from heat or open flame. Pesticide disposal: If empty: Do not reuse this container. Place in trash or offer for recycling if available. If partly filled: Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain.
Kills the root! Kills over 155 types of weeds as listed. Rainfast in 15 minutes! Visible results as fast as 3 hours. Ready to use. Use on patios, walkways & flower beds. Works the first time, every time. Fast-acting! Fastest replanting available! Eliminates weeds! Systemic formula. What it does: Kills all types of weeds and grasses down to the root! Where to use: Outdoors: On patios, walkways and driveways; around flowers, shrubs and trees; along fences, foundations, and in large areas. Not recommended for spot weed treatment in established lawns since lawn grasses will also be killed. When to use: For best results, apply during warm, sunny weather (above 60 degrees F). Kills most common weeds and grasses including: Annual Weeds and Grasses: annual ryegrass; annual bluegrass; barnyardgrass; beggarweed; black medic; blue medic; blue mustard, blue toadflax; brassbuttons; bromegrass; bur clover; buttercup; cheeseweed; chickweed; clover; common groundsel; common lambsquarters; common plantain; common ragweed; crabgrass; creeping beggarweed; diffuse lovegrass; dog fennel; evening primrose; fall panicum; false dandelion; 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; shepherd's purse; 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); wild mustard; witchgrass; yellow nutgrass; yellow oxalis (and many other annual grasses and weeds). Perennial weeds, grasses, 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 (annual or perennial); nimblewill; nutgrass (nutsedge); oldenlandia; orchardgrass; oxalis (annual or perennial); pampasgrass; pennywort; perennial ryegrass; plantain; purple cudweed (annual or perennial); purple nutsedge; quackgrass; quaking aspen; ragweed; raspberry; red clover; smooth bromegrass; sourdock; sowthistle; St. Augustinegrass; tall fescue; tansy ragwort; Timothy; torpedograss; trumpetcreeper; vaseygrass; Virginia creeper; white clover; whitetop; wild barley; wild blackberry; wild carrot; wild morning-glory; wild oats; yarrow; yellow nutgrass; yellow starthistle; zoysia.
Active Ingredients: Diquat Dibromide (018%), Fluazifop-p-Butyl (0.6%), Dicamba, Dimethylamine Salt (0.04%). Other Ingredients: (99.72%).
Keep out of reach of children. Hazards to humans and domestic animals. Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with eyes or clothing. Wear long-sleeved shirt, long pants, shoes and socks. First aid: 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. If on skin or clothing: Take off contaminated clothing. Rinse skin immediately with plenty of water for 15-20 minutes. Call a Poison Control Center or doctor for treatment advice. Have the product container or label with you when calling a Poison Control Center, doctor, or going for treatment. Environmental hazards: This pesticide is toxic to aquatic invertebrates. Do not apply directly to water. Do not contaminate water when disposing of equipment washwaters. Buyer assumes all responsibility for safety and use not in accordance with directions.
ManufacturerSpectrum Group/United Industries Corporation
PO Box 142642 St. Louis, MO 63114-0642 800-917-5438
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