Irrigation or rainfall within 4 hours of post emergence application of Weedmaster may reduce the effectiveness of the product.
Weedmaster should be applied when temperatures are between 65-85 degrees.
As long as you keep pets/children out of the area while you treat and until the product has had time to completely dry or settle it is safe for pets and people to return and resume normal activity
If you are applying Weedmaster at your own property, or you are not charging someone to apply, you do not need to have a license to apply it.
Weedmaster will dry within about 4 hours after application. Safe for children and pets after dried.
According to the product label, physical incompatibility, reduced weed control, or crop injury may result from mixing the Weedmaster with other Insecticides, additives, or fertilizers.
Weedmaster is not labeled for use in residential lawns.
Weedmaster if stored on a cool dry area will last up to 3 years on the shelf. We do apologize we only sell this product in 2.5 gal jugs.
Weedmaster is best applied to dry lawns.
Weedmaster can be applied in pastures whenever the targeted weeds are actively growing.
If it has been at least 4 hours since application of Weedmaster, you can water the lawn.
Weedmaster Herbicide is not labeled to control wild strawberries, so we would not recommend it for this use. Weedmaster will control blackberry and other vines at higher rates. You would use 2-4 ounces of concentrate per gallon of water to cover 1,000 square feet for vine control. You may need to wait 1-6 weeks to see full results when treating vines.
For wild strawberry, Speedzone would be a great choice. Most herbicides with Trimec will treat this plant, and you will get the best control when spraying plants that are in the 4-leaf to flowering stage. You can browse all the herbicides we carry for this weed here.
Weedmaster is only labeled for english daisy but could possibly also kill oxeye. You would have to directly spot treat it carefully to avoid spraying the other broadleafs in the area and killing them.
Weedmaster would kill clover and is not labeled for spurweed.