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Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate is a great solution for those looking for environmentally safe herbicides. It is a non-selective and post emergence herbicide, that is made from oranges and lemons to kill grasses and broadleaf weeds. D-limonene (citrus oil), which is the active ingredient in Avenger, naturally takes away the waxy plant cuticle so the plant ends up being dehydrated and then dies. Avenger Weed Killer is more effective than other leading synthetic herbicides and faster acting. Visible results are seen in as little as 2 hours. It is non toxic and is able to be used around pets, wildlife and people. This is a great product for those looking for an organic solution.
|Active Ingredient:||D-limonene - 70%|
|Target pests:||Annual and Perennial Grasses and Broad-leaf Weeds|
|For use in:||Gardens, Lawns, Shrubs, Flower Beds, Driveways, Sidewalk, Patios, Borders, Outside Walls, Mulch Beds, Gravel Beds, Mature Trees & Ornamentals, Greenhouses, Fence rows, Foundations, Buildings, Golf Courses, Athletic Fields, Parks & Recreation Areas, Bike & Hiking Trails, Kennels and Animal Enclosures|
|Application:||* See label for complete application instructions|
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on label - Safe when dry|
|Yield:||One quart makes up to 10 gallons|
|Formulation:||Organic OMRI Listed|
|Shipping Weight:||2.14 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Agrisel (Mfg. Number: 82052)|
- Highly biodegradable
- Fast acting - visible within 2 hours
- Non toxic - can be used near pets, wildlife, and people
- Does not stain concrete, pavement, and brick
- Works in cool and cloudy conditions ( as low as 40 degrees F)
- Emulsion technology - visually reference your spray target
- Sprayed areas can be planted within hours
- Made from lemons, oranges, and other citrus fruits - gives a nice citrus aroma
- EPA registered and approved
- Approved by the Washington Organic Food Program (WSDA)
- Approved for Use in Organic Gardening and Organic Production by the USDA
- Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) listed product
- D-Limonene is Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) by the FDA
- USDA IR-4 Project participant
- Patented formula
- MADE IN THE USA
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13 of 15 people found this review helpful:
Best weed killer
By in Greensboro NC 27406 on 08/19/2013
I have try a lot of weed killer but I have to say this is the best have. Do my own pest control has every thing I need. Thank You
12 of 14 people found this review helpful:
By Cari in Hollister on 09/11/2013
I bought this product instead of Roundup because I have animals. I accidentally got a bit on my skin and it burned pretty bad. It smelled good, and it worked well on most weeds and grass when thoroughly saturated. I have 5 acres and it would cost me a fortune to use this on a regular basis. My suggestion is to try it to see if it works for you, especially if you have a smaller property. I have a little left after the area I sprayed and will be trying it out again.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful:
Avenger killed my weeds
By Ray in St. Petersburg, FL on 07/15/2014
We had 1000 square feet of weeds and I was looking for an environmentally friendly product. At nurseries I was advised that nothing worked except real poisons and should forget about the harm they cause. On line I discovered Avenger and gave it a try. A few hours after spraying, most of the weeds turned totally brown but there were some weeds and parts of weeds that were green because Avenger kills only where it touches and I'd missed some spots. Respraying just the green was quick because the green was easy to see. After the second spraying, the weeds were wiped out.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful:
By T.w.stevens in Sandpoint ,Idaho 83864-7997 on 07/19/2014
It works OK , is too expensive to use on large area tho, Weeds don't stay dead , doesn't seem to kill the roots .
8 of 8 people found this review helpful:
Effective organic herbicide
By J in Fogelsville, PA on 10/19/2014
I used this product to treat perennial weeds in my stone driveway. Previously I used a backpack flame weeder to do the same job. We we are organic farmers so chemicals are not an option. Avenger did a better job than flaming, keeping perennial grasses and weeds down for about one month after treatment. I reapplied again after about a month or two and it effectively knocked everything down again. I used it at the highest recommended concentration. I think it would work at a slightly lower rate as well, as it burned weeds down really quickly. I would recommend it and will definitely use it again.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
By Jonni in Tucson, AZ on 08/24/2016
I have been using this product for a few years and I haved loved it. Always did the job I purchased it for. I noticed this time it was a different color. It did not kill the weeds. It was a lot of work in the heat and then to have it not work was more than disappointing.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
By James in Ulysses, KS on 03/24/2016
We have used many other products over 30 years with no success. We have even had a professional application with no success. We have already ordered more of this product.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Good top kill
By Jim in depoe bay oregon and bethesda md on 11/17/2015
Avenger is pricey but very effective at top kill for grasses and weeds. It is effective in cool weather (50 +). You do need to reapply, but after a few weeks, most areas give up and only spot treatment is necessary.
2 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Doesn't phase most of our weeds
By Darcy in Sedona AZ on 10/08/2015
I mixed carefully and soaked the weeds. Not much happened so I increased the concentration to the next level. Crabgrass is green as can be. It did stunt some weeds but we have a nightshade weed in AZ that is notoriously hard to wipe out and it didn't phase it either. I'm so disappointed because I was really hoping there was a good alternative to Round UP (which the WHO says 'probably causes cancer.)
Didn't work for me
By Rw in Austin, Texas on 11/07/2016
I've used 3 gallons on grass growing through some recently installed decomposed granite. Last two gallons were mixed 2:1. Turns the grass brown then the grass grows right back. By 'right back' I mean within days.
Avenger will only kill the existing plants that are sprayed with it; it will not prevent new growth. You may have a particularly hearty plant that requires different active ingredients for better kill, or you could be getting new growth from additional seeds. If you would like to let us know what specific plants you are treating, then we would be happy to offer you more specific advice as well. Thank you for your comments and your business!
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04/19/2014 Tony from Hesperia,ca Usa
QIs Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate safe to use around vegetable gardens and fruit bearing trees?
AThe Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate is safe for use around edible vegetation and fruit trees as it does persist in the soil and is approved for organic gardening. Be sure to not spray any of the plants you do not want to kill as it is non-selective and will kill anything it is applied to.
03/16/2014 Roger from Lees Summit, Mo.
QHow much Avenger Weed Killer would i need for 10 acres?
I have 5 acres myself and our catholic church has 5 acres. How many bottles would I need to spray 10 acres and what size?
AHow you need is going to be entirely dependent on whether you are spot spraying or trying to treat the entire surface area of the 10 acres. This is a non-selective product, so its the organic/natural version of RoundUp. It will kill any and all plants it comes into contact with so if you are trying to use an organic product to kill the entire surface of plant life of the 10 acres this would technically work but may need a few application depending on how hearty the weeds are. According to the product label you would use 1 1/2 gallons of Avenger to every 10 gallons of water you mix up. Depending on the rate at which you spray 10 gallons could cover a very wide range of area. You will probably need at least 3 gallons of Avenger per acre on a rough spray estimate if you are treating all the square footage and not just spot spraying.
01/02/2014 Sally from Pensacola, Fl
QWill the Avenger Weed Killer destroy Congongrass?
AWhile the product label does not specifically mention Congongrass, this is a natural version of Round UP. It is a non-selective herbicide which means it will kill ALL vegetation it touches including grasses, weeds, flowers and similar plants.
07/12/2014 Jason from Louin, Ms
QWhat if any herbicide is safe to use in my garden?
I need to kill grass and weeds without killing peas, butter beans, corn, okra,and tomatoes. (All very small plants at this point)
APlease look into Avenger Herbicide. Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate is a great solution for those looking for environmentally safe herbicides. It is a non-selective and post emergence herbicide, that is made from oranges and lemons to kill grasses, weeds, and broadleaves. D-limonene (citrus oil), which is the active ingredient in Avenger, naturally takes away the waxy plant cuticle so the plant ends up being dehydrated and then dies. This product is more effective than other leading synthetic herbicides and faster acting, plus can be used in gardens. Please review the product label for application.
07/08/2014 Billy from Colt, Ar
QIs there an herbicide that can be used in an actively growing vegetable garden?
There is nut grass, bermuda, pigweed, dallas grass, johnson grass etc. you name it, I have it. It has been an incredibly wet year and the weeds and grass have grown faster than I can hoe them.
AAvenger Weed Killer or Burnout would be products that you could use. You would want to be sure to not apply it to any of the vegetables as it will kill anything that is sprayed with it. Before weeds emerge you could use the Vegetable & Ornamental Weeder.
02/19/2015 Charles from Jacksonville
QWhat is the ratio of this product and water when using a dial hose end sprayer on Bahia grass?
AAvenger Weed Killer Concentrate like many herbicides application ratio varies. So if it calls for 3 gallons avenger per acre. You would break it down from there to oz per 1000 square feet. We would like to know what type of dial sprayer to be more accurate.
02/20/2015 Charles from Jacksonville, Fl
QWhat is the ratio of this product and water when using Gilmour Select ' dial hose end sprayer on Bahia grass?
Here is a link to the sprayer http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000DCNAPC/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
AWe apologize, since that sprayer is not on the label, we need to refer you to the manufacturer of Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate. You can contact Agrisel at 877-247-4735.
03/17/2015 Mark from Reno, Nevada 89510
QI need a weed killer concentrate,that kills all weeds,about .5 oz per gallon,do you have it and how much?
in 1 gallon or in 2.5 gallon concentrate?
AWe first need to know what type of turf grass you have? What State are you located in? What type of weeds are you treating? You can also call us at 866-581-7378. We look forward to speaking with you soon!
03/18/2015 Melanie from Estell Manor, Nj
QKilling weeds now, and preventing them during the growing season
I live in Southern NJ, I have a 20x30 garden with a small strawberry patch, and a blackberry bush along the back of the garden. I have continuous weeds that I can not get rid of, crabgrass mainly, and vine like weeds, as well as sticker bushes. I've tried many different types of things to eliminated them, but to do use they still come up. I want to kill all the weeds, now, and start in beginning to mid may start planting tomatoes, peppers, butternut squash, and cantaloupes, and sunflowers. what can I use now, and then later to help keep things down, and away.
A Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate Would be a great option for you! It will not harm edible vegetation. Please be sure to review the product label before application.
Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate Would be a great option for you! It will not harm edible vegetation. Please be sure to review the product label before application.