Fertilome Weed - Out With Crabgrass Killer RTS

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Fertilome Weed - Out With Crabgrass Killer RTS

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Product Overview

Fertilome Weed - Out With Crabgrass Killer RTS is a powerful herbicide that targets and kills unwanted weeds. Contains active ingredients that help in controlling crabgrass and other weed problems in every lawn. The Fertilome Weed - Out With Crabgrass Killer RTS controls more than 200 types of broadleaf weeds. Targets weeds such as chickweed, morning glory, sunflower, dandelion, poison oak, thistle, and buttercup. It is proven to be rainproof for an hour after the application plus, it is convenient to use with its ready-to-spray packaging. Works by entering the leaves of weeds and spreading throughout the entire plant to kill it. It can be used on both warm and cool-season lawns and can cover up to 2,500 square feet. Available in a 32-oz. bottle.

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.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient: 2,4-D, dimethylamine salt - 6.42% Quinclorac - 2.13% Dicamba, dimethylamine salt - 0.60%
Target pests: Crabgrass, Barnyardgrass, Foxtail, Black-Eyed Susan, Buttercup, Catnip, Chickweed, Dandelion, Dollarweed, Ground Ivy, Morning Glory, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Ragweed, Sunflower, Thistle, and other broadleaf weeds. *Check the label for complete list.
For use in: Residential lawns, cool and warm season turfgrass.
Application: To begin spraying, turn the spray nozzle lever to the “ON” position. The herbicide mixes automatically with the water. Walk at a steady pace while spraying evenly and working towards the faucet.
Pet safe: Yes, if used as directed on label.
Formulation: Ready-to-spray liquid formula.
NOT FOR SALE TO: NY
Special Features: Rainproof for one hour.
Shipping Weight: 2.35 lbs
Manufacturer: VPG (Mfg. Number: FE11031)
UPC: 732221110311
EPA Registration: 2217-896-7401

Details

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.

USE RESTRICTIONS:

Do not apply this product in a way that will contact any person or pet, either directly or through drift. Keep people and pets out of the area during application.

Do not allow people or pets to enter the treated area until sprays have dried. 

Do not use clippings from the treated areas as mulch or compost around flowers, ornamentals, trees, or in vegetable gardens.

Do not apply this product to food crops (gardens, fruits, and vegetables), forage crops, or ornamental plants including flowers, trees, shrubs, hedges, woody ornamentals, groundcovers established in landscape plantings and other nontarget plants.

Do not spray the exposed roots of ornamentals and trees.

SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING.

HOW IT WORKS

Fertilome Weed - Out With Crabgrass Killer RTS contains three proven weed killers that target lawn weeds and crabgrass. This herbicide enters the lawn weeds through their leaves and moves throughout the plant to provide control. And lawns listed on this label will not be harmed when used as directed.

WHERE TO USE 

Fertilome Weed - Out With Crabgrass Killer RTS can be applied to residential lawns with the following turfgrass species:

LAWNS TO BE TREATED

Cool Season Turfgrass

  • Kentucky bluegrass 
  • Ryegrass, perennial and annual
  • Tall Fescue
  • Mixtures of cool-season grasses containing fine fescues (red, hard and chewings)

Warm Season Turfgrass

  • Bermudagrass, common and hybrid
  • Zoysiagrass 
  • Buffalograss

DO NOT apply Fertilome Weed - Out With Crabgrass Killer RTS to the following:

  • Bahiagrass
  • Bentgrass, colonial and creeping
  • Carpetgrass
  • Centipedegrass
  • Dichondra
  • Gardens including vegetables, fruit trees, vines, and berries
  • Ornamental plants (flowers, trees, groundcovers, landscape beds, and shrubs)
  • Seashore paspalum
  • St. Augustinegrass
  • Turfgrass species that are not listed on this label.

GRASS AND BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

GRASS WEEDS: Crabgrass (large and smooth), Signalgrass (Broadleaf), Foxtail (green, yellow and giant)

BROADLEAF WEEDS: 

  • Annual yellow, sweet clover
  • Aster
  • Austrian field cress
  • Bedstraw
  • Beggarticks
  • Betony Florida
  • Bindweed, field
  • Bird vetch
  • Bitter wintercress
  • Bittercress, hairy
  • Bitterweed
  • Black-eyed Susan
  • Black medic
  • Black mustard
  • Blackseed plantain
  • Blessed thistle
  • Bloodflower milkweed
  • Blue lettuce
  • Blue vervain
  • Bracted plantain
  • Brass buttons
  • Bristly oxtongue
  • Broadleaf dock
  • Broadleaf plantain
  • Broomweed
  • Buckhorn
  • Buckhorn plantain
  • Bulbous buttercup
  • Bull thistle
  • Bullnettle
  • Burclover
  • Burdock
  • Burning nettle
  • Burweed
  • Buttercup
  • Buttonweed
  • Canada thistle
  • Carolina geranium
  • Carpetweed
  • Catchweed bedstraw
  • Catnip
  • Catsear
  • Chickweed, common
  • Chickweed, mouse-ear
  • Chicory
  • Cinquefoil
  • Clover, crimson
  • Clover, Hop
  • Clover, red
  • Clover, strawberry
  • Clover, sweet
  • Clover, white
  • Cockle
  • Cocklebur
  • Common mullein
  • Creeping Jenny (Creeping Charlie)
  • Cudweed
  • Curly Dock
  • Daisy, English
  • Daisy fleabane
  • Daisy, oxeye
  • Dandelion
  • Dichondra
  • Dogbane
  • Dogfennel
  • Dollarweed
  • False Dandelion
  • False flax
  • False sunflower
  • Fiddleneck
  • Florida pusley
  • Frenchweed
  • Galinsoga
  • Goathead
  • Goldenrod
  • Ground ivy
  • Gumweed
  • Hairy fleabane
  • Hawkweed
  • Healall
  • Heartleaf drymary
  • Heath aster
  • Hedge bindweed
  • Hedge mustard
  • Hemp
  • Henbit
  • Hoary cress
  • Hoary plantain
  • Hoary vervain
  • Horsenettle
  • Jimsonweed
  • Knawel
  • Knotweed
  • Kochia
  • Lambsquarters
  • Lespedeza
  • Mallow
  • Matchweed
  • Mexican weed
  • Milk-vetch
  • Morning glory
  • Mouse-ear hawkweed
  • Mugwort
  • Musk thistle
  • Mustard
  • Narrowleaf plantain
  • Narrowleaf vetch
  • Nettle
  • Orange hawkweed 
  • Oriental cocklebur
  • Oxalis
  • Parsley-piert
  • Parsnip
  • Pearlwort
  • Pennycress
  • Pennywort
  • Peppergrass
  • Pepperweed
  • Pigweed
  • Pineywoods bedstraw
  • Plains coreopsis (tickseed)
  • Plantain
  • Poison ivy
  • Poison oak
  • Pokeweed
  • Poorjoe
  • Prairie sunflower
  • Prickly lettuce
  • Prickly sida
  • Prostrate knotweed
  • Prostrate pigweed
  • Prostrate spurge
  • Prostrate vervain
  • Puncturevine
  • Purslane, common
  • Ragweed
  • Red sorrel
  • Redroot pigweed
  • Redstem filaree
  • Rough cinquefoil
  • Rough fleabane
  • Russian pigweed
  • Russian thistle
  • Scarlet pimpernel
  • Scotch thistle
  • Sheep sorrel
  • Shepherd spurse
  • Slender plantain
  • Smallflower galinsoga
  • Smooth dock
  • Smooth pigweed
  • Sorrel
  • Sowthistle
  • Spanish needles
  • Speedwell
  • Spiny amaranth
  • Spiny cocklebur
  • Spiny sowthistle
  • Spotted cats ear
  • Spotted Spurge
  • Spurweed
  • Stinging nettle
  • Strawberry, India mock
  • Tall nettle
  • Tall vervain
  • Tansy ragwort
  • Tansy mustard
  • Tanweer
  • Thistle
  • Trailing crownvetch
  • Tumble mustard
  • Tumble pigweed
  • Velvetleaf
  • Venice mallow
  • Virginia buttonweed
  • Virginia creeper
  • Virginia pepper weed
  • Wavyleaf bull thistle
  • Western clematis
  • Western salsify
  • White mustard
  • Wild Aster
  • Wild buckwheat
  • Wild carrot
  • Wild four-o’clock
  • Wild garlic
  • Wild geranium
  • Wild lettuce
  • Wild marigold
  • Wild mustard
  • Wild onion
  • Wild parsnip
  • Wild radish
  • Wild rape
  • Wild strawberry
  • Wild sweet potato
  • Wild vetch
  • Wild violet
  • Woodsorrel
  • Woolly croton
  • Woolly morning glory
  • Woolly plantain
  • Wormseed
  • Yarrow
  • Yellow rocket
  • Yellow flower pepper weed

WHEN TO USE 

Apply this product when weeds are small and actively growing.

  • Crabgrass (large and smooth)
    • Spring
    • From crabgrass emergence until the crabgrass is 3 to 4 inches in height
    • Max of 2 applications
    • 21 days interval 
    • Retreat at the same rate at 21 days later for dense populations or for continued crabgrass emergence.
  • Foxtail (green, giant and yellow)
    • Spring and early summer
    • Max of 2 applications
    • 21 days interval 
    • Retreat at the same rate at 21 days later for dense populations. 
  • Broadleaf Signalgrass
    • Spring and early summer
    • During the early growth stages or during the 3 to 7 leaf stage.
    • Max of 2 applications
    • 21 days interval 
    • Retreat at the same rate at 21 days later if needed.
  • Dandelion, plantain, buttercup, speedwell, knotweed, and other listed broadleaf weeds
    • Spring
    • When broadleaf weeds are small and actively growing.
    • Max of 2 applications
    • Apply when broadleaf weeds are young and actively growing with adequate soil moisture.
  • Henbit, chickweed, white clover, ground ivy, lawn Burweed, and other listed broadleaf weeds
    • Fall
    • When broadleaf weeds are young and actively growing
    • Max of 2 applications
    • Apply when broadleaf weeds are young and actively growing with adequate soil moisture

HOW MUCH TO USE

This bottle will cover the treated areas described when this product is applied at 6.4 fl. oz. of product per 1,000 sq. ft. Over-application or rates above those listed on this label can cause turf injury.

Instructions:

  • Determine the total lawn area to be sprayed. For rectangular areas, multiply the length by the width to obtain total square feet.
  • CONNECT: Attach the garden hose to spray nozzle. Turn the spray nozzle lever to the “OFF” position.
  • SPRAY: Turn on water at the faucet. Extend hose to the farthest area of lawn to be treated. To begin spraying, turn the spray nozzle lever to the “ON” position. The herbicide mixes automatically with the water. Walk at a steady pace while spraying evenly and working towards the faucet.

This 32 fl. oz container will treat 5,000 sq. ft. of turfgrass.

  • FINISH: To stop spraying, turn the spray nozzle lever to the “OFF” position. Turn off the water at the faucet. To relieve pressure, turn spray nozzle to the “Water” position and point sprayer away from any desirable plants before disconnecting the sprayer nozzle from the garden hose.
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    Fertilome Weed-Out

    By Maurice on 09/06/2019

    Service was great and product really works. I applied it and got excellent crab grass kill.

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How long does it take for Fertilome Weed - Out With Crabgrass Killer RTS to work after application ?
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Fertilome Weed - Out With Crabgrass Killer RTS herbicide enters the lawn weeds through their leaves and moves throughout the plant to provide control. Therefore, it can take a couple of weeks before weeds completely die.

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Is Fertilome Weed - Out With Crabgrass Killer RTS safe for St. Augustine and Centipede lawns?
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Fertilome Weed - Out With Crabgrass Killer RTS is not labeled for use in St. Augustine and Centipedegrass.

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