Killzall Weed and Grass Killer - 41% Glyphosate - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Jo from Grants Pass, Or
    04/30/2018
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    What is the mix ratio for Killzall Weed and Grass Killer?
    I have looked in the book, theres a graph in the begging of their Specs. Also section. 10. I seem to have missplaced it currently.. Thank you..
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    Killzall Weed and Grass Killer is mixed at 2.5 oz of product per gallon of water.  

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  • Asked by Glenda
    09/14/2017
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    How much Killzall Weed and Grass Killer per gallon of water to kill grasses?
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    Killzall Weed and Grass Killer is mixed at 2.5 oz. per gallon of water. 

     

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  • Asked by Paul from Kenner,la_
    08/22/2011
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    How long after using Killzall Weed and Grass Killer for weeds in deer food plot can you replant?
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    It is recommended that you wait 1-2 weeks before replanting in an area that has been treated with a glyphosate product such as Killzall Weed and Grass Killer.
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  • Asked by Linda from Cardington, Ohio 43315
    07/07/2015
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    If Killzall Weed and Grass Killer is sprayed in an enclosed area for puppy dogs will this spray harm the dogs?
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    Killzall will not harm dogs when used as directed on the product label.  Keep pets and children away from the area while you are doing the treatment and they can return after the application has had a chance to dry.

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  • Asked by Scott
    02/28/2011
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    I sprayed Killzall in my ditch. If I put culverts in with dirt over them, will grass grow over the new dirt?
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    Killzall Weed and Grass Killer will only kill the vegetation that is directly contacted with the spray. Killzall Weed and Grass Killer does not stay in the soil, and it does not have any residual properties. It will not effect future vegetation.
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  • Asked by Carl from Greenville,sc
    02/12/2013
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    How long after using Killzall should I start seeing results?
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    If the plant is actively growing (not just green), is not under cold stress or drought stress or recently mowed you should see results within 1-3 weeks depending on the type of plant. A second application may be needed after 4 weeks for very hard to kill plants (woody stemmed plants or vines).

    For best results, apply on a warm sunny day when daytime temperatures are above 60°F.
    Weed control is accelerated by warm sunny weather. For best results, reapply the product
    if rainfall or watering occurs within 24 hours after application.

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  • Asked by Rita from Moriarty,nm
    06/15/2015
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    How do I dilute for killing weeds
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    Use 2.5 oz. Killzall per gallon of water.
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    87 of 93 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Norm from Paulden, Az
    07/21/2015
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    When can I plant lawn seed after using Killzall Weed and Grass Killer treatment?
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    You can plant in the area treated with Killzall Weed and Grass Killer 2 weeks after application.

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  • Asked by Joel
    04/28/2011
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    Can I use Killzall Weed and Grass Killer around azaleas and flowers?
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    Killzall Weed and Grass Killer contains glyphosate which is a non-selective herbicide. Non-selective herbicides will kill just about any type of plant you spray with the product. We recommend Over The Top II for your needs. Over The Top II can be used around azaleas and many other plants to rid your garden of annual and perennial grasses.
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  • Asked by Caiden from Nm
    05/19/2016
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    Can Killzall Weed and Grass Killer - 41% Glyphosate harm cats and dogs?
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    Hi-Yield Super Concentrate Killzall is safe if applied when cats and dogs are not present. They can return to the treated areas once the surfaces are completely dry.

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  • Asked by Fred from Broussard, La
    03/07/2014
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    Does the Killzall Weed & Grass Killer ever expire? What is the recommended storage temperature?
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    The Killzall Weed and Grass Killer - 41% Glyphosate does not have an expiration date but has a shelf life of 3-5 years as long as it is stored properly in temperatures ranging from 40-80 degrees fahrenheit.
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  • Asked by Bruce from Proctorville, Oh
    04/10/2017
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    How long before it rains can I apply Killzall Weed and Grass Killer - 41% Glyphosate?
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    Killzall Weed and Grass Killer - 41% Glyphosate is rain fast in 24 hours. It is best applied when rain is not expected within that time after application.

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  • Asked by George from Huntersville, Nc
    06/20/2013
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    If I mix more Killzall than I use, what is best way to store it?
    My Stihl backpack sprayer sepcifically says to empty it after spraying, rinse it, and let it dry. I destroyed another, less expensive sprayer by leaving mixed Killzall in it. Would a plastic gas can withstand the prolonged exposure. I can't always predict how much mixed Killzall I'll need, and I don't want to just waste it.
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    The recommendation for not leaving mixed solution in your sprayer is not only because it can damage your sprayer, but the solution is not good if left mixed more than 48 hours. Any time you spray you should only be mixing what you will use for that treatment and no more. Anything left over should be disposed of in the proper manner for that product, so if you have to, mix up less than you think you will need to avoid waste.
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  • Asked by Herald from Sequim, Wa.
    05/12/2014
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    How soon after application is it safe to let dogs walk through the sprayed area that was treated with Killzall?
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    Killzall Grass and Weed Killer is safe to allow dogs to walk on the treated areas after everything has completely dried.

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  • Asked by Slay from Pa
    07/22/2015
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    What is the drying time for Killzall Weed and Grass Killer - 41% Glyphosate?
    I sprayed around the edge of the house. How long does it take killzall to dry so I can safely walk my dogs near the house? It is dry, windy, and 75 degrees today.
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    Killzall Weed and Grass Killer - 41% Glyphosate will be dried 4 hours after application. After the product has dried then it will be safe for your pets to re enter. 

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  • Asked by Randy
    05/12/2011
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    Does Killzall loose any of its potency after it has been in sub-freezing temperatures for the winter?
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    It is not recommended to leave any type of chemical in areas where they could freeze or over heat because of the potential for the chemical to break down. According to the manufacturer, as long as the Killzall Weed and Grass Killer was only exposed to sub freezing temperatures for a short period of time and the product looks exactly the same as before it was exposed, it should be fine.
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  • Asked by Richard from Taylorsville Utah
    04/24/2013
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    Lost my product instruction booklet for Killzall.
    I need a pdf on the instruction booklet I have the 2.5 gallon of Kills All from Intermountain Farmers. I have been using 15 tables spoons per 3 gallon container.
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    Here is the link to the product label for Killzall weed and Grass Killer Label. Basic mixing instructions are to use 5 TB per 1 gallon water. Your mixing ratio is correct.
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  • Asked by Bill from Newport, Nc
    08/25/2016
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    Can I use Killzall Weed and Grass Killer to prepare my garden plot?
    if so how long do I need to wait before I plant my vegetables
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    Yes. Killzall Weed and Grass Killer can be used to prepare a garden plot. It will only kill the vegetation that it directly comes in contact with, and does not stay in the soil. So it does not have any residual properties, and would not affect future vegetation. You could plant as soon as the weeds and grass die that are currently there; we would recommend waiting 2 weeks to allow the existing plants time to die completely.

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  • Asked by Jan from Plattsmouth, Ne
    08/05/2011
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    Is killzall weed and grass killer safe to use around my lake?
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    You cannot use Killzall weed and grass killer around any acquatic life or bodies of water.  However we do carry a glyphosate product that is made specifically for use around bodies of water.  It is called Rodeo and you should use a surfactant with it for better results.
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  • Asked by Brad from Los Lunas, New Mexico
    08/08/2014
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    Is Killzall Weed and Grass Killer safe to use under trees to kill grasses and weeds?
    I need to eradicate bermuda grass and weeds. Am planting tall fescue grass in the early fall. I don't want to endanger the trees.
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    Killzall Weed and Grass Killer is safe to use under trees on days that are not windy. Be sure that you do not spray the bark directly and avoid any exposed roots.
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