Spectracide Crabgrass Killer 32 oz BOTTLE



When to Use: Apply when daytime temperatures are between 45 degrees F and 90 degrees F. Stop. Read entire label before use. Directions for Use: It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Precaution and Restrictions: Do not apply this product in a way that will contact any person or pet, either directly or through drift. Keep people and pets out of the area during application. Do not allow people or pets to enter the treated area until sprays have dried. For Home Lawn Care: Spectracide Weed Stop For Lawns Plus Crabgrass Killer is a ready-to-use (RTU) product intended for spot treatment of individual broadleaf and grass weeds by homeowners on residential lawns. This product should be applied to lawns containing the following species of grass: Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, fescue species (including tall, red and fine leaf varieties), Bermudagrass (Application to Bermudagrass may cause temporary yellowing or discoloration but full recovery can be expected. Do not apply to Bermudagrass when daytime temperatures exceed 85 degrees F), buffalograss and zoysiagrass. Spectracide Weed Stop For Lawns Plus Crabgrass Killer should not be used on lawns containing bentgrass, St. Augustinegrass, bahiagrass, centipedegrass or carpetgrass. Do not use on dichondra or lawns with desirable clovers or legumes, on vegetable gardens, fruits or ornamentals (flowers, trees, groundcovers, hedges, landscape/flower beds and shrubs). This 32 fl oz retail container size treats approximately 250 weeds or up to 250 sq ft. Trigger Sprayer Product: 1. Shake well. 2. Adjust nozzle to coarse spray pattern to minimize wind drift. 3. Spray just enough Spectracide Weed Stop! For Lawns Plus Crabgrass Killer to lightly cover grass and broadleaf weeds. Excessive spraying can injure some lawns. Do not apply when daytime temperatures are above 90 degrees F as lawn injury can occur. Spray only the weeds, not the entire lawn. 4. Weeds will begin wilting and browning overnight. Use Tips: some hard-to-kill weeds may require re-treatment. Wait at least 30 days between applications - some weeds can take that long to die; rainproof - rain or watering three hours after application will not wash away effectiveness; do not allow spray to drift onto desirable plants since injury may result. Storage and Disposal: Do not contaminate water, food, or feed by storage and disposal. Pesticide Storage: Turn the nozzle to Off position and store with sprayer above the level of liquid in container to prevent leakage. Store in original container in an area inaccessible to children and pets. Pesticide Disposal and Container Handling: Nonrefillable container. Do not reuse or refill this container. If Empty: Place in trash or offer recycling if available. If partly filled: Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain. Stop. Read the entire label first. Observe all precautions and follow directions carefully.



Kills yellow nutsedge. For use on lawns. Kills 250+ types of weeds as listed. Visible results in 8 hours. Won’t harm lawns when used as directed. Kills down the root. Ready to use. This Product Contains: 0.018 lb 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid equivalent per gallon or 0.210%; 0.010 lb 3,7-dichloro-8-quinolinecarboxylic acid per gallon or 0.121%; 0.002 lb 3,6-dichloro-o-anisic acid equivalent per gallon or 0.024%; 0.001 lb N-[2,4-dichloro-5-[4-(difluoromethyl)-4,5-dihydro-3-methyl-5-oxo-1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-y1]phenyl] methanesulfonamide per gallon or 0.015%; Isomer Specific by AOAC Method. Kills weeds including crabgrass - Not the lawn. Kills on contact. Rainfast in 3 hours. Product Facts: Where to Use: Lawns: Kills the weeds, not lawn. What it Does: Kills major broadleaf and troublesome grass weeds including dandelion, chickweed and clover as well as crabgrass, foxtail and yellow nutsedge. (See inside for complete list). Broadleaf Weeds Controlled: amaranth, purple; amaranth, slender; artichoke; aster, heath; aster, purple; aster, white heath; aster, white prairie; Austrian fieldcress; bedstraw, catchweed; bedstraw, northern; bedstraw, pineywoods; bedstraw, smooth; beggarticks, hairy; betony, Florida; bindweed, field; bindweed. Hedge; bitter wintercress; bittercress, hairy; bitterweed; black-eyed Susan; black medic; blood flower milkweed; blue lettuce; brass buttons; bristly oxtongue; broomweed; buckhom; bullnettle; burclover; burdock; burweed, lawn (spunveed); buttercup, bulbous; buttercup, creeping; buttonweed, common (poorjoe); buttonweed, Virginia; Carolina geranium (wild); carpetweed; catnip; catsear, spotted (false dandelion); chamber bitter; chickweed, common; chickweed, mouse ear; chickweed, sticky; chicory; cinquefoil; clover, alsike; clover, crimson; clover, hop; clover, rabbit foot; clover, red; clover, strawberry; clover, white; clover, white sweet; clover, yellow sweet; cockle; cocklebur; cocklebur, oriental; cocklebur, spiny; common mullein; corn spurry; creeping beggarweed; creeping Jenny (creeping Charlie); cudweed; cupid shaving brush; daisy, English; daisy, oxeye; dandelion, common; dandelion, false; day flower; deadnethe; dichondra; dock, broadleaf; dock, curly; dogbane; dogfennel; dollarweed (pennywort); doveweed; elderberry; false sunflower; false flax; fiddleneck; filaree, redstem; filaree, whitestem; fleabane, daisy (annual); fleabane, rough; galinsoga, hairy; galinsoga, smallflower; goldenrod; ground ivy; groundsel; gumweed; hairy fleabane; hawkweed, meadow; hawkweed, mouse ear; hawkweed, orange; hawkweed, yellow; healall; heartiest drymary; hemp; henbit; hoary cress; horsenettle; horseweed; jimsonweed; Johnny-jump up violet; knawel; knotweed, prostrate; kochia; lambsquarters; lespedeza; mallow, alkali; mallow, bristly; mallow, common; mallow, dwarf; mallow, Venice; marcela; matchweed; Mexican weed; moneywort; morning glory, bigroot; morning glory, Ivyleaf; morning glory, Mexican; morning glory, red; morning glory, tall; morning glory, woolly; mugwort; mustard, ball; mustard, black; mustard, blue; mustard, hedge; mustard, Indian; mustard, tansy; mustard, tumble; mustard, white; mustard, wormseed; nettle, stinging (burning); nettle, tall; nettle, wood; parsley-pied; parsnip; pearlwort; pennycress (Frenchweed); pepper weed, perennial; pepperweed, Virginia (peppergrass); pigweed, prostrate; pigweed, redroot; pigweed, Russian; pigweed, smooth; pigweed, tumble; pineapple weed; plains coreopsis (tickseed); plantain, blackseed; plantain, bracted; plantain, broadleaf; plantain, buckhorn; plantain, hoary; plantain, narrowleaf; plantain, slender; plantain, woolly; poison ivy; poison oak; pokeweed; prairie sunflower; prickly lettuce (compass plant); prickly sida; prostrate knotweed; puncturevine; Purslane, common; pusley, Brazil; pusley, Florida; pusley, large flower; ragweed, bur; ragweed, common; ragweed, lanceleaf; ragweed, western; redstem filaree; rough cinquefoil; scarlet pimpernel; shepherds purse; smartweed, ladysthumb; smartweed, pale; smartweed, Pennsylvania; smooth chaff-flower; smooth dock; sorrel, red (sheep); sowthistle, annual; sowthistle, spiny; Spanish needles; speedwell, bi-lobed; speedwell, common; speedwell, corn; speedwell, ivyleaf; speedwell, Persian; speedwell, purslane; speedwell, slender; speedwell, snow; speedwell, thymeleaf; spiny amaranth; spurge, spotted; spurge, prostrate; spurweed; star of Bethlehem; strawberry, Indian mock; tansy ragwort; tanweed; thistle, blessed; thistle, bull; thistle, Canada; thistle, flodman (prairie); thistle, musk; thistle, platte; thistle, plumeless; thistle, Russian; thistle, Scotch; thistle, wavyleaf; thistle, yellow (horrible); trailing crownvetch; velvetleaf; vervain, blue; vervain, hoary; vervain, prostrate; vervain, tall; vetch, bird; vetch, hairy; vetch, milk; vetch, narrowleaf; vetch, wild; Virginia creeper; western clematis; western salsify; wild aster; wild buckwheat; wild carrot; wild four-o-clock; wild garlic; wild lettuce; wild marigold wild mustard (yellow rocket); wild onion; wild parsnip; wild radish; wild rape; wild strawberry; wild sweet potato; wild violet; woodsorrel, creeping; woodsorrel, violet; woodsorrel, yellow (oxalis); woolly croton; wormseed; yarrow, common; yarrow, western; yarrow, yellow. Grassy Weed Controlled: crabgrass, large and smooth; foxtail, green, giant and yellow; yellow nutsedge.

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Active Ingredients: 2,4-D, Dimethylamine Salt (0.253%), Quinclorac (0.121%), Dicamba, Dimethylamine Salt (0.029%), Sulfentrazone (0.015%). Inert Ingredients (99.582%). Total: 100.000%.


Caution: See back booklet for additional precautionary statements.


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