The usage rate of Ranger Pro will depend entirely on the type of vegetation that you are trying to eliminate. Please refer to the product label for a list a of vegetation and usage rates.
Per the Ranger Pro Herbicide product label, you will mix between 1-10 quarts per 25 gallon. You will not want to exceed 10.6 qts per acre per year. Please refer to page 3 of the product label for specific mixing and application instructions.
No, unfortunately Ranger Pro will not control bamboo. The manufacturer informed us that , due to the root structure of the bamboo, the Ranger Pro would not be able to contact the roots to eliminate the plant.
Yes you can add a spray indicator with Ranger Pro Herbicide. You can add a product such as Turf Mark Blue so you know where you have sprayed.
Ranger Pro Herbicide uses glyphosate which is talked about in this article HERE on killing Oleander trees.
If this is a big shrub, then you would want to cut it and then treat the fresh cuts using a triclopyr herbicide such as Fertilome Brush Killer and Stump Killer. You can use a dedicated paintbrush to apply the product full strength directly onto the fresh cuts to prevent regrowth.
You may still need to dig out the stump/roots eventually for best results.
Glyphosate-isopropylammonium 41% is active ingredient in Ranger Pro Herbicide.
Yes, Ranger Pro Herbicide will kill perennial weeds and brush. Ranger Pro moves through the plant from the point of foliage contact to and into the root system. Visible effects are a gradual wilting and yellowing of the plant, which advances to complete browning of above ground growth and deterioration of underground plant parts. Effects are visible on most annual weeds within 2 to 4 days, but on most perennial weeds, effects may not be visible for 7 days or more. Extremely cool or cloudy weather following treatment may slow activity of this product and delay development of visual symptoms.
Per the manufacturers label Ranger Pro Herbicide will provide partial control of perennial weeds such as blackberries.
Ranger Pro Herbicide does not contain paraquat, it contains glyphosate.
Ranger Pro Herbicide is a non-selective that will kill St Augustine grass also.
Holly shrubs would need to be treated like trees, in which case you would cut the shrubs down to stumps and then treat the fresh cuts. Ranger Pro Herbicide would be applied at a 50% to 100% (undiluted) rate directly to the stump. This is best done immediately after the stump has been cut down. For best results, make applications during periods of active growth and full leaf expansion. Repeat applications may be needed.
We do not recommend mixing Ranger Pro and a pre-emergent together. Ranger Pro is a non selective post emergent herbicide and it will kill just about any type of vegetation that it is sprayed on so we would not advise for you to use on your lawn.
You will need to mix 2 2/3 oz of Ranger Pro Herbicide per gallon of water in order to acheive a 2% glyphosate solution.
Per the product label, there is no waiting period between an application of Ranger Pro Herbicide and livestock grazing if the herbicide is applied at 3 quarts per acre or less. If the rate is greater than 3 quarts per acre, remove domestic livestock before application and wait 8 weeks after application before grazing or harvesting
Ranger Pro Herbicide is not labeled for use around any animals or grazing livestock. Consider using GrazonNext Herbicide for that type of application.
Ranger Pro Herbicide is a non selective herbicide that will weeds and grasses but will also kill St. Augustine and other warm/cool season turfgrasses, treated areas can be reseeded/planted 2 weeks after application. Ranger Pro will provide partial control for torpedograss which means repeat applications may be required to fully control it. The mix rate for torpedograss is 4-5 qts/acre or 2 2/3 fl oz per gallon of water for spot treatments. Please view the product label for more information.
Ranger Pro Herbicide should not be applied near edible trees including peach trees. It is recommended to spray at least 15 ft away, outside the dripline and avoid exposed tree roots.