Ferti-Lome Weed Out with Crabgrass Killer previously known as Ferti-Lome Weed Out with Q is a proven solution containing three active ingredients (2, 4-D, Quinclorac and Dicamba) that target and kill crabgrass and other weeds in your lawn. Ferti-Lome Weed Out can be used safely on cool season and warm season lawns listed on the label when following label directions. Ferti-Lome Weed Out acts by penetrating the weed leaves and then travels through the entire plant killing it as it goes.
Product name has changed but active is still the same.
Ferti-Lome Weed Out with Crabgrass Killer – Pint
Ferti-Lome Weed Out with Crabgrass Killer – Quart
For use in California: Biotypes of large and smooth crabgrass in California have shown varied response to this product. If control failure occurs following a full or split application, DO NOT reapply this product. Change to a herbicide with a different mode of action.
Been looking for something that would kill crab grass for years. Tried every product out there. I did not expect this one to work either. Imagine my suprise when it did! I have an acre so it was pricy to spray the whole yard but was very effective. It killed about 90%. One viriety seems to be industriable. Other products I have tried would make it sick but would not kill it. They should put it out in a larger container. When I filled my 30gal sprayer it required 4+ 16oz bottles. Good product!
I used Drive XR2 for many years, but it is very costly. I wanted to find a cheaper crabgrass killer, but I wanted to have comparable results. Thought I would give this fertilome a shot and I am glad I did. I am very happy with the results. I used this product as a stand alone item and I can tell you how amazed I was that it actually worked. When using Drive, you must mix a surfactant and when you combine the price of both items, I think you are around $100. Fertilome cost a fraction of the price and to me the difference is the same.
I use the Fertilome weed out with crabgrass killer (formally called weed out with Q) whatever that is, to control my prostrate spurge.
Works great and kills other pesky weeds. I will continue to use this product. It works as described. Good stuff.
Looked online for a product I could purchase to kill crabgrass in my lawn. Bought one bottle and used an ortho hose end sprayer set to 2.5 oz. Weather was hot mid June here and I wasn't sure if I was too late but I applied following instructions exactly on 1/2 of backyard. Within 4 warm days I started noticing crab grass spots were turning brown and clover was dying also. This stuff WORKS!! I have purchased 2 more bottles to finish the backyard and complete the entire front yard also. Will apply again in the fall and early spring to avoid any possible return of the dreaded crabgrass. :-)
Will Ferti-lome Weed Out with Crabgrass Killer eliminate crabgrass that has dominated my lawn?
I have new grass planted last October. It is a combination of fescue, ryegrass and bluegrass . Right now, my lawn is mostly covered with crabgrass . I need your advice to get rid of this nuisance weeds on my lawn that is safe for my new grass and when can I apply it if you have the product that I need . By the way I am from the Northeast, New York to be exact. Thank you in advance.
Fertilome Weed Out with Crabgrass Killer is an excellent option for you. It is labeled to be used on fescue, ryegrass and bluegrass. You will use 2.5 fl. oz. of product per gallon of water. This can be broadcast across your lawn. If another application is needed, we would recommend waiting at least 14 days.
Can I spray Ferti-Lome Weed Out on all my lawn, and will it kill the crabgrass only?
Does the product affect all of the grass or just targets the crabgrass itself?
Ferti-Lome Weed Out with Crabgrass Killer is tolerable on Bermudagrass (common and hybrid), Buffalograss, Kentucky Bluegrass, mixtures of cool season grasses containing fine fescues (red, hard and chewings), Ryegrass (perennial and annual), Tall Fescue, and Zoysiagrass. It will not harm these types of lawns and should just kill the crabgrass and other listed weeds on the label.