- Tackles hard-to-kill weeds such as poison ivy, poison oak, sorrel, and spurge
- One quart treats up to 8,000 - 16,000 square feet (depending on type of grass)
- Recommended by professionals for over 35 years
How to Use
For best results, mow before spraying.
Mix with water according to the label directions and spray.
Use when air temperatures are 60°-90°F with good soil moisture.
Apply any time during the growing season when weeds are actively growing.
On new lawns, wait until the grass has reached a height of 2 inches before making an overall application.
Always read and follow label directions.
Where to Use
On residential and ornamental lawns, vacant lots, playgrounds and other similar areas where broadleaf weeds are present. Established bahiagrass, bermudagrass, Kentucky bluegrass, centipedegrass, fescues, perennial ryegrass, St. Augustinegrass, and zoysiagrass may be treated.
Aster, Austrian fieldcress, 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, bristly oxtongue, broadleaf dock, broadleaf plantain, broomweed, 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, mousear, chicory, cinquefoil, clover, crimson, clover, hop, clover, red, clover, strawberry, clover, (sweet), (clover), white, cockle, cocklebur, common mullein, creeping jenny, cudweed, curly dock, daisy, English, daisy, fleabane, daisy, oxeye, dandelion, dichondra, dogfennel, dollarweed, false dandelion, falseflax, false sunflower, fiddleneck, Florida pusley, Frenchweed, galinsoga, goldenrod, ground ivy, gumweed, hairy fleabane, hawkweed, healall, heartleaf drymary, heath aster, hedge bindweed, hedge mustard, henbit, hoary cress, hoary plantain, hoary vervain, horsenettle, jimsonweed, knawel, knotweed, kochia, lambsquarters, mallow, matchweed, Mexicanweed, milk vetch, morningglory, mousear hawkweed, mugwort, musk thistle, mustard, narrowleaf plantain, narowleaf vetch, nettle, orange hawkseed, oriental cocklebur, oxalis, parsley-piert, parsnip, pearlwort, pennycress, pennywort, peppergrass, pepperweed, pigweed, pineywoods bedstraw, plains coreopsis, 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, shepherdspurse, slender plantain smallflower galinsoga, smooth dock, smooth pigweed, sorrel, sowthistle, Spanish needles, speedwell, spiny amaranth, spiny cocklebur, spiny sowthistle, spotted catsear, spotted spurge, spurweed, stinging nettle, strawberry, India mock, tall nettle, tall vervain, tansy ragwort, tansy mustard, tanweed, thistle, trailing crownvetch, tumble mustard, tumble pigweed, velvetleaf, Venice mallow, Virginia buttonweed, Virginia creeper, Virginia pepperweed, wayvyleaf bullthistle, western clemantis, 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 grape, wild strawberry, wild sweet potato, wild vetch, woodsorrel, wooly croton, wooly morningglory, wooly plantain, wormseed, yarrow, yellowflower pepperweed, yellow rocket.
Brush and Vines
Alder, ash, aspen, bindweed, birch, black cherry, black locust, blackberry, brambles, buckbrush, buffalo berry, brush morningglory, buttonbrush, cedar, chamise, cherry, wild, costal sage, cottonwood, cucumber tree, dogwood, elderberry, elm, giant ragweed, gooseberry, hackberry, hazel, hemp, Himalyan blackberry, honeylocust, honeysuckle, honeysuckle, Japanese, kudzu, lilac, common, marijuana, manzanita, matrimony vine, moonseed vine, mountain ash, multiflora rose, oak, olive, Russian, peppervine, persimmon, pine, pine, shortleaf, poison ivy, poison oak, poplar, raspberry, redvine, sagebrush, saltbrush, serviceberry, skunkbrush, snowberry, spruce, sumac, sumac, dwarf, black, sycamore, tamarisk, thistle, trumpet vine, trumpet creeper, Virginia creeper, wild plum, willow, winterberry.
SKU 070010169 Model 79-200 Weight 8.0000 Color No Size No In Store Only No Price $23.99
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- little steep on the shipping. Review by harry a thomas
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good product, kills most weeds as described.
(Posted on 5/21/13)
- Good stuff Review by Joe
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Recommended b y my son. Appears to have done a good job
(Posted on 5/6/13)
- Trimec weed killer. Review by billsgarden
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This product works very well for pre-emergence of Dallas Grass.. It was a problem in my front lawn. It is no longer... thanks..
(Posted on 9/25/12)
- Great Review by Dale
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Have used Gordons PBI for about 10yrs. It does a great job .
(Posted on 8/17/12)
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