Compare to name brand herbicides like Strike 3 Herbicide, Trimec 992 and Triplet! EndRun provides equal control for less cost!
EndRun Herbicide is a powerful generic selective post-emergent herbicide that offers the same or better weed control as Trimec 992 or Triplet, using less active ingredient per acre. EndRun controls Dandelion, Clover, Knotweed, Henbit, Chickweed, Plantain, Spurge, and many other broadleaf weeds. Plus, it's pre-loaded surfactant system improves plant uptake, increases spreading and wetting on leaf surfaces and reduces spray bounce for a more accurate application.
Note: Due to New California State restrictions, this Can Not be Sold in California.
2,4-D, dimethylamine salt 30.56%, Dicamba, dimethylamine salt 2.77%, MCPP-P, DMA salt 8.17%
Controls over 80 different broad-leaf weeds: Aster, Beggarticks, Beggarweed(creeping), Bindweed, Carpetweed, Chickweed, Clover, Dandelion, Field Oxeye(creeping oxeye), Ground Ivy, Henbit, Horsenettle, Oxalis, Pennywort(dollarweed), Plantain, Poison Ivy, Ragweed, Spurge, Thistle, Virginia buttonweed, Wild Onion, Wild Garlic and others * See label for complete list
For use in:
Ornamental Lawns and Turf in institutional, ornamental, and residential sites Safe to use on Kentucky Bluegrass, Fescue, Perennial Ryegrass, Bermudagrass, Zoysiagrass, and Bentgrass * Not for use on St Augustine grass *
1.1 - 1.5 fluid oz. per 0.5 - 5 gallons of water per 1,000 sq. ft. 3 - 4 pints per 5 - 220 gallons of water per acre * See label for complete application instructions
EndRun Herbicide is a powerful generic post-emergent herbicide that offers the same or better weed control as Trimec 992 or Triplet, using less active ingredient per acre. EndRun controls Dandelion, Clover, Knotweed, Henbit, Chickweed, Plantain, Spurge, and many other broadleaf weeds. Plus, it's pre-loaded surfactant system improves plant uptake, increases spreading and wetting on leaf surfaces and reduces spray bounce for a more accurate application.
I used this on a farm lawn that hadn't been treated for anything in the last 3 years. Last fall I applied some fertilizer and this spring I attacked the pre-emergent for crabgrass and then the dandelions and clover. After 1 application of End Run evey dandelion hit and 90% of the clover patches were taken out...a second application recently applied appears to have taken out the rest. After mowing, except in the areas of high dandelion content, the rest of the yard looks amazing. I'm using all products from this website and every one works as good or better than advertized.
This package arrived on time and right side up. I had never considered spending this much on weed killer before but this is the brand my sprinkler repair person said he uses on residential projects. I applied the weed killer two weeks ago in perfect conditions. The yard was full of clover, dandelions, and miscellaneous weeds. Today they look haggard but not yet dead. The instructions refer to ounces-per-gallon and gallons-per-acre, neither of which are helpful to someone like me who has never done this before. I ended up using 3 ounces in 3 gallons on about 8,000 square feet. From the looks of the staggering but not yet dead weeds this was not quite enough. Luckily 3 ounces gone leaves plenty left. When the weather clears I'll reapply at a higher concentration.
Mixed with Drive and DynAmic for misc weeds in Tall Fescue that were out of control. After first app, weeds are lookin' good (as in most are dead). Second app should polish them off - - had not understood that Trimec is not effective for all weeds, and will use the mixture from now on - -
Bought EndRun to combat multiple weeds in a large yard of fescue and bluegrass. Most prominent offenders are chickweed and dandelion. It did make a a positive difference quickly. The dandelions wilted very quickly but some revived after a few days and had to be treated again. The chickweed is slower to react dieing away in 7-10 days. Some patches were either more resilient or did not get a good spray dose due to being less mature upon first treatment. Yard looks much better now. The one prevalent pest it did not control is wild violets. Plan to try Drive on these and any crabgrass that appears. Product delivery was quick and well packed. Will be a repeat customer.
Can this be used on hybrid bermuda, zoysia and centipede?
End Run can be used on hybrid Bermuda Grass and Zoysia Grass as listed on the product label. If you would like to use End Run on centipedegrass, you must use it 1/2 the usage rate as listed on the product label according to the manufacturer.
What is the shelf life of EndRun Herbicide with Trimec? Does it come in smaller sizes?
I'll be doing spot-treatments with EndRun and I doubt I'll use an entire gallon in one season. So my question is twofold: 1) does it come in smaller sizes? And 2) what is the shelf life after the container has been opened? Thank you.
EndRun Herbicide with Trimec does not come smaller sizes. The shelf life on most liquid herbicides all depends on how they are stored. If the product has been tightly sealed and kept out of sunlight and extreme temperatures, the shelf life is 3-5 years.
Will EndRun Herbicide with Trimec kill Thistle without killing my yard? How many ounces should I use per Gallon
Endrun is labeled for thistle and should help get rid of the thistle in your yard as long as it is still actively growing. You will use 1.1-1.5 oz per gallon of water depending on the type of grass you have . Please refer to the Endrun product label for complete usage instructions.
What is the concentration of EndRun per gallon if sprayed in spot sprayer (2-3 gallon)?? Don't know how to translate from pints per acre. Clover and broadleafs scattered in lawn.
Apply 1.1 to 1.5 fluid ounces of EndRun per 1,000 square feet with spray volumes ranging from 0.5 to 5.0 gallons per 1,000 square feet of turf. Like most herbicides, there is not a specific amount of Endrun needed per gallon of water. Your goal with herbicides is to get the recommended amount of product over the area to be treated. We strongly recommend that you read over the Endrun product label to determine the correct usage rate for your needs. Page 2 of the product label has specific usage rates for spot spraying.
How much Endrun per gallon do you mix? I typically spray about 20 gal
I typically spray 20 gallons / acre for weed killer. I have a 200 gallon tank
Like most herbicides, there is not a specific amount of Endrun needed per gallon of water. Your goal with herbicides is to get the recommended amount of product over the area to be treated. In this case the product label says you should use 1.8 pints - 4.0 pints of Endrun per acre (the actual amount you use will depend on the grasses you are treating) using 5-75 gallons of water. The actual amount of water you use is not very important as water is just the carrier. It is very important to make sure you are applying the correct amount of product over the area to be treated. Some grasses are more sensitive than others and the Endrun product label does give special instructions for those grasses so we do recommend that you read the product label completely before using the product.