Fertilome Weed Free Zone Weed Killer

Weed Free Zone
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16oz. Bottle

Controls over 80 of the toughest broadleaf weeds

Formulation: Carfentazone plus 2,4-D, Mecoprop-p, and Dicamba

Weeds Controlled:

Over 80 of the toughest to control broadleaf weeds including clover, ground ivy, spurge, chickweed, dandelion, henbit,oxalis, poison ivy, purslane, shepherds purse, thistle, Virginia buttonweed, wild onion and many others listed on the label.

Application Rate:

May be applied to Kentucky Bluegrass, Perennial Ryegrass, Tall Fescue, Red Fescue, Colonial Bentgrass, Common Bermuda Grass, Hybrid Bermuda Grass, Bahia Grass, Zoysia Grass, Buffalo Grass, St. Augustine and Centipede Grass.

General Guidelines:

  • Cool Season Turfgrass: 1.5-2 ounces per gallon of water for 1,000 square feet
  • Warm Season Turfgrass: .75-1.5 ounces per gallon of water for 1,000 square feet
  • Kills green broadleaf weeds at 45 degrees temperature
  • Can be used Spring, Summer & Fall for post emerge weeds (not good for drought stressed weeds in the summer, though)
  • Rainfast in 3 hours
  • Delay mowing 1 to 2 days before and after application
  • Treated areas may be reseeded 2 weeks after application

Personal Note: I have used this on an area where clover has been growing and finally I have found something that will get rid of it!  The other weeds are going, too.

Important Note: To have a complete weed free yard, do a 1 – 2 Punch: Put out this weed free zone and then come back with a pre-emerge granule like a Weed & Feed to get those not out and to start your yard with a little fertilizer.

Broadleaf Weeds Controlled: Weed Free Zone will control or suppress the following Broadleaf Weeds and will control or suppress other Broadleaf Weeds that are susceptible to 2, 4-D. A partial list is below.

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  1. Looking for preemergent herbicide for safe use in horse grazing pasture or possible give me some guidance in what to use and how long to keep horses off of the area.

    Thank you!

    • After speaking with our County Agent & a customer who raises and trains race horses, they uses 2,4-D and Grazon P+D of which both are post emergent. He has never had to move his horses nor had any difficulty. This is when these chemicals are applied as directed. They are both restricted use chemicals and I do not sell that on the internet. I would check with your local county agent if possible for more information with what you can treat your pastures for your area.

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