Spectracide Weed and Grass Killer With Extended Control is a non-selective herbicide that is ready-to-use and fast-acting. It kills all types of grasses and roots, targeting the roots to prevent regrowth. It works by seeping through the leaves then quickly moving down to the roots. This action ensures that the entire plant is killed leaving no chance for regrowth. It also produces a protective barrier which prevents weeds and grasses from appearing for up to 90 days. It works quicker compared with competitor brands, it is rainproof within 15 minutes while visible results start to show just 3 hours after initial application. This particular product comes in a 1-gallon jug.
Spectracide Weed and Grass Killer With Extended Control is pre-mixed and ready to use and is formulated for spot treatment of weeds and grasses. Use it on driveways and walkways or around fences, trees, flower beds, shrubs and other areas in your yard (except in lawns). One application of this product will prevent regrowth for up to three months.
Shake well before each use.
Peel sticker from flip-top cap and open cap. Discard sticker.
Remove sprayer from its slot beneath the bottle handle and remove and discard plastic wrap. Pull black hose tip to completely extend tubing.
Firmly press black hose tip into the opening in the cap until it snaps into place.
Hold sprayer below the level of the container and prime by pumping trigger several times until product is dispensed.
Adjust nozzle to the desired setting.
To store, turn sprayer nozzle off.
DO NOT disconnect the hose.
Return sprayer to its slot. The hose can be pushed back into sprayer handle.
HOW TO APPLY
Completely wet the leaves of the target vegetation.
Sprayed plants begin yellowing and wilting in as little as three hours, with a complete kill, including the roots, in one to two weeks.
Thoroughly cover treated areas to prevent new weeds and grasses from growing.
Provides season-long protection
Protect desirable plants with a piece of plastic or cardboard.
If desirable plants are accidentally sprayed, wash plants with water immediately.
WHEN TO APPLY
For best results, apply during warm, sunny weather (above 60°F) when weeds are actively growing and no rain is forecast for 24 hours. Rainfall or watering 15 minutes after application will not wash away effectiveness.
To avoid drift to desirable plants, apply when the air is calm.
Do not mow, cut or otherwise disturb treated vegetation, weeds or plants for at least seven days following application.
Do not use on or around edible feed or food crops.
Do not use in areas that are to be planted or seeded within three months.
Do not use around newly planted trees, shrubs or flowers.
Do not make more than two applications per year to any given area.
Not recommended for spot weed treatment in established lawns since lawn grasses will also be killed.
TIPS FOR REPLANTING
When replanting trees, shrubs or flowers in an area treated with this product within the past three months:
Dig the planting hole.
Set aside the soil removed from the hole.
Place the plant in the hole according to the instructions on the plant.
Fill the hole with planting soil or other untreated soil.
Spread the soil removed from the hole in an area where no vegetation is desired.
Refill only with Spectracide Weed and Grass Killer With Extended Control Concentrate. Remove cap. Carefully measure and mix 7 fl oz (14 tbsp) in 1 gal of water. Replace and tightly close cap. Wipe off any spilled product.
Annual Weeds and Grasses:
Annual bluegrass, annual ryegrass, barnyard grass, beggarweed, black medic, blue medic, blue mustard, blue toadflax, brassbuttons, bromegrass, bur clover, buttercup, Cheeseweed, chickweed, clover, common groundsel, common lambsquarters, common plantain, common ragweed, crabgrass, creeping beggarweed, diffuse lovegrass, dog fennel, evening primrose, fall panicum, false dandelion, fennel, fiddleneck, field pennycress, field sandbur, Filaree, Florida pusley, foxtail, garden spurge, goosegrass, green foxtail, hemp sesbania, henbit, horseweed/mares tail, ironweed, knotweed, lambs-quarters, little bitter cress, London rocket, maiden cane, mallow, mayweed, mouseear chickweed, oxalis, Pennsylvania smartweed, pennywort, pigweed, prickly lettuce, prostrate spurge, puncture vine, purslane, redroot pigweed, sandspur, shepherds purse, smartweed, smooth cat's ear, smooth pigweed, sowthistle, spotted spurge, Sprangletop, spurges, tansy mustard, tansy ragwort, teaweed, Texas panicum, tumble mustard, velvetleaf, wild geranium, wild mustard, witch grass, yellow nutgrass, yellow oxalis