Weed-Out Lawn Weed Killer Ready To Spray is a combination of three proven herbicides – 2,4-D, Mecoprop-p, and Dicamba. This formulation will control a wide range of broadleaf weeds in residential and ornamental
lawns. Established turf of northern (cool season) and southern (warm season) grasses may be treated. The northern (cool season) turfgrasses include Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and the fescues. The southern (warm season) turfgrasses include St. Augustinegrass, centipedegrass, bentgrass, bahiagrass and bermudagrass.
For best results spraying should be done when broadleaf weeds are young and actively growing. Older weeds will be harder to kill.
1. Spray at any time during the growing season when weeds are actively growing, although spray works faster with temperatures above 70°F. To avoid damage do not apply to St. Augustinegrass or centipedegrass while emerging from winter dormancy. Damage may also occur on these grasses if temperatures drop below 45°F within 72 hours of application. Avoid spraying St. Augustinegrass when temperatures are above 90°F and under conditions of high humidity. Under these conditions or in cases of accidental overdose, some slight temporary discoloration of the St. Augustinegrass may occur.
2. Irrigate the lawn 2 or 3 days prior to spraying to ensure that weeds are growing and able to absorb the herbicide.
3. Mow 1 to 2 days before treating.
4. On new lawns, wait until the grass has reached a height of 2 inches before making a broadcast application. However, a spot treatment may be made at any time with a pressure sprayer. Wait 3 weeks before seeding grass,
planting sprigs or planting stolons.
5. Do not water for 24 hours after treatment.
6. Do not mow for 48 hours after treatment. Poor weed control may result if spray is applied during drought or just