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2,4-D Amine Weed Killer

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$25.99
$25.99 - $166.99
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2,4-D Amine Weed Killer
32 fl oz bottle
$25.99
2,4-D Amine Weed Killer
Case (12 x 32 fl oz bottles)
$166.99
Description

2,4-D Amine Selective Post-Emergent Herbicide is a effective post-emergent weed killer used to eliminate broadleaf weeds and brush within most grassy lawns various crop areas, and successfully controls unwanted aquatic weeds and trees.

Key Features:

  • Low, economical use rate of 1 to 4 pints per acre
  • Controls many broadleaf weeds & woody plants
  • Post-emergent type
  • The first visible results appear in 48 hours
  • Use in turf, pastures, rangeland, ditch banks, & fences

*HomeandGardenSupply.com always recommends reading the entire product label before use, and following all necessary safety precautions, mixing instructions and proper application methods.

Additional Information
Active Ingredient/s:
Dimethylamine salt of 2,4-D-Dichlorophe noxyacetic acid 46.8%
Product Documents:
2,4-D Amine Label
2,4-D Amine SDS
Target Problem:
Broadleaf Weeds and Woody Plants
Areas of Use:
 Fences, Ditch banks, Road sides, Industrial Sites, Lawns, Golf Courses, Parks, & more
Application
See label for extensive directions for each application area
Family & Pet Safe:
Yes, when used as directed.
Formulation:
Professional
US State Restrictions:
AK, CA, CT, HI, IN, MI, NM, NY, OR, RI, SC, VT and WA
Dimensions:
L 3" x W 1.5" x H 5"
Shipping Weight:
2.2 lb
Manufacturer:
Southern Ag
EPA Registration #:
48273-4-829

2,4-D Amine Selective Post-Emergent Herbicide is a effective post-emergent weed killer used to eliminate broadleaf weeds and brush within most grassy lawns various crop areas, and successfully controls unwanted aquatic weeds and trees.

Key Features:

  • Low, economical use rate of 1 to 4 pints per acre
  • Controls many broadleaf weeds & woody plants
  • Post-emergent type
  • The first visible results appear in 48 hours
  • Use in turf, pastures, rangeland, ditch banks, & fences

*HomeandGardenSupply.com always recommends reading the entire product label before use, and following all necessary safety precautions, mixing instructions and proper application methods.

Active Ingredient/s:
Dimethylamine salt of 2,4-D-Dichlorophe noxyacetic acid 46.8%
Product Documents:
2,4-D Amine Label
2,4-D Amine SDS
Target Problem:
Broadleaf Weeds and Woody Plants
Areas of Use:
 Fences, Ditch banks, Road sides, Industrial Sites, Lawns, Golf Courses, Parks, & more
Application
See label for extensive directions for each application area
Family & Pet Safe:
Yes, when used as directed.
Formulation:
Professional
US State Restrictions:
AK, CA, CT, HI, IN, MI, NM, NY, OR, RI, SC, VT and WA
Dimensions:
L 3" x W 1.5" x H 5"
Shipping Weight:
2.2 lb
Manufacturer:
Southern Ag
EPA Registration #:
48273-4-829

Questions & Answers

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  • Will it kill the grass

    It depends on the grass that it is used on, but the label says injury to the grass may occur if applied to Bentgrass, St. Augustinegrass, Carpetgrass, Centipedegrass, Dichondra, and Clovers.

  • What ratio do I use on my lawn to kill chickweed and not hurt my lawn?

    It depends on what type of lawn you have, so it is hard to tell how much is too much. 2,4-D Amine isn't directly labeled for chickweed, although it is in the plant family that would normally be killed by that type of herbicide. It is best to follow the label's guide for the mixing ratios as it depends on the type of sprayer you use, if this is a post-emergent or pre-emergent treatment,  and if you are only doing spot treatment or a full yard treatment.

    For spot treatment, the labels suggests doing the following: Mix 2 to 3 tablespoonfuls per gallon of water and apply with a hand sprayer to control broadleaf weeds in small non-cropland areas. Add a suitable, approved surfactant to the spray mixture to insure better coverage of target weeds Do not use the same sprayer for insecticides or fungicides. 2 pints per acre per application. For moderately susceptible biennial and perennial broadleaf weeds: Use 2 to 4 pints per application. For difficult to control weeds and woody plants: Use 4 pints per acre per application. Spot treatment: Use 4 pints per acre. Maximum of two applications per year. Maximum of 8 pints per acre per year. Minimum of 30 days between applications.

    For the full instructions on an entire lawn, please check the label, as it explains the mixing ratios for post and pre-emergent spraying. It also notes that injury to the grass may occur if applied to Bentgrass, St. Augustinegrass, Carpetgrass, Centipedegrass, Dichondra, and Clovers.

  • Is this concentrated or straight use?

    This product is concentrated and depending on how it is used (on what plants it's used on, on the area of the application, etc) , the mixing ratio is different. It's always best to check the label to make sure you'll have enough for the treatment you're looking for.
    On Southern Ag's website page of 2, 4-D Amine it says the application rate is "2- 3 tablespoons in 3 – 5 gallons of water to cover 1,000 sq. ft."

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