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Fertilome Weed Free Zone is a combination of four proven Weed Killers: 2,4-D, mecoprop-p, dicamba and carfentrazone-ethyl. Post-emergent applications of this product will control a wide range of broadleaf lawn weeds in cool and warm-season residential lawns. Fertilome Weed Free Zone is fast acting with noticeable effects just hours after the application and plants death within 7-14 days after the application.
|Active Ingredient:||2,4-D, 2-ethylhexyl ester - 10.49%
Mecoprop-p, acid - 2.66%
Dicamba, acid - 0.67%
Carfentrazone-ethyl - 0.54%
|Target pests:||Clover, Ground Ivy, Spurge, Chickweed, Dandelion, Henbit, Oxalis, Poison Ivy, Purslane, Shepherds Purse, Thistle, Virginia Buttonweed, Wild Onion and others
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||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|
|Application:||1.5 oz - 2 oz. per gallon of water per 1,000 sq. ft.
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Coverage Area:||Up to 21,300 sq. ft.|
|Shipping Weight:||0.98 lbs|
Controls over 80 of the toughest to control broadleaf weeds. Trimec is a combination of four proven Weed Killers, 2,4-D, mecoprop-p, dicamba and carfentrazone-ethyl. Postemergent applications of this product control a wide range of broadleaf lawn weeds in residential lawns.
When to Apply
Spray when broadleaf weeds are young and actively growing for best results. Ferti-lome Weed Free Zone may be applied in the Spring, Summer, or Fall.
Spring and Fall treatments under adequate soil moisture conditions are preferred to the Summer treatments. Generally, Summer broadcast applications to older, drought stressed weeds are less effective.
Broadcast (entire areas) applications or follow-up applications at 2-6 week intervals are recommended for more mature Weeds, for dense infestations, and for adverse environmental conditions.
Spot treatments during summer may be appropriate for sparse infestations, or as a follow-up treatment, or any time broadleaf weeds are susceptible.
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59 of 61 people found this review helpful:
By Tony in Denver, Colorado on 04/28/2011
Weed Free Zone is the best weed killer I have ever used. Not only does it work flawlessly, but the weeds are brown and shriveled in as little as two days. Sure it's pricey, but it WORKS. So many times I have tried other weed killers from companies such as Ortho, like you get at a home center, and it takes forever to kill the weeds. WFZ is the champion of weed killers in my book. Not the most environmentally friendly product out there, but when you need weeds killed and killed fast, you can't beat WFZ.
55 of 57 people found this review helpful:
The Eradication of Creeping Charlie (ground Ivy) by FWFZ
By Robert in Plymouth, MN on 10/06/2011
I was pointed toward Fertilome Weed Free Zone by my next door neighbor. I have applied one spraying with hand pump sprayer and noticed instant results and had to respray very little on second application. It is remarkable how fast it acts and kills the creeping charlie which is the hardest most evasive weed on my property. I highly recommend this product and will be buying more from DoMyOwnPestControl.com. Thanks, R.Y.
37 of 37 people found this review helpful:
Weed Free Zone
By Larry in Cincinnati, OH on 08/15/2011
Weed Free Zone is the only product that I have found that will control wild violets in my grass. But, it does take more than one application especially on older, more mature plants. Of course it works great on the regular broad leaf weeds too. Don't forget to use a surfactant so that the product will wet the leaves.
23 of 23 people found this review helpful:
By John in Columbia Heights, MN on 06/02/2012
This is the only thing we have found that controls creeping charlie. It is expensive but better than killing all the grass and starting over like our neighbor did.
19 of 31 people found this review helpful:
Weed Free Zone for Dandelions
By Daryl in Battle Creek, MI on 05/08/2011
I have been using this Fertilome Weed Free Zone on Dandelions for three years. I have been individually hand spraying them because they said not to use a broadcast sprayer. Applying it is in the spring and twice in September as instructed. I have more than when I started. I think it actually multiplies them. It does not appear to have any killing affect on dandelions at all. Very high cost for very poor performance. Recommend not wasting your money.
By Ron in Drums Pa on 08/25/2017
killed some, but not all the weeds...disappointed
By Ray in Slidell, Louisiana on 08/21/2017
I'm using this Weed Free Zone on Virginia Button Weed. I've tried numerous products on this annoying weed and ALL failed. Weed Free Zone seems to have done the trick. All areas that I sprayed the weed appears to be dead. Hopefully it won't come back.
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By Joe in Memphis TN on 08/04/2017
Bought it to kill clover and it is thriving. Looks like it has killed the crab grass.
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By John in wilson, nc on 06/26/2017
if you have Dollar weed in your lawn this is the answer. I have played around with different types of broadleaf herbicides all slow Dollar weed down but does not kill it. This will kill it in under 2 weeks. Does not hurt centipede or St. Augustine. This product is expensive BUT it works, I love it
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By Beehivebob in Rexburg, Idaho on 06/11/2017
I have only used the product with one application but I was amazed at how fast the weeds in the lawn died. I did not use a sticker but it worked well without the sticker. I am ordering the sticker for the next use,
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By Chet in covington, va on 06/07/2017
This stuff is kinda pricey but it really works. I bought it to kill ground ivy and broad leaf weeds. It is really good at killing these weeds and others I was surprised it killed.
By Joe in Chicago, IL on 05/18/2017
Only product that worked for me. Sprayed gallons of weedkiller that supposedly worked nothing did. I had to spray twice. My lawn was heavily infested. First spray killed 60%. A large area was sprayed so a lot was missed. Sprayed second time BYE BYE Charlie all gone!!
My lawn finally looks super!
By Mary in Orange Beach, AL on 05/04/2017
This herbicide does what others can't. Kills tough coastal weeds I fought for years, like wild violet, without killing or damaging my St Augustine and Bermuda grass. This go-to herbicide that can be applied Spring, Summer & Fall to keep weeds under control during hot weather. Who else says that? Now my efforts are finally paying off :)
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Didn't Kill One Weed
By C. in Fort Lauderdale on 03/01/2017
I followed the instructions exactly and even added spreader sticker but product failed to kill even one weed in my yard. Followed up two weeks later with a second application with the same results. Very disappointed given the money spent for this product and the spreader sticker, complete waste of money. I have St. Augustine grass, live in south Florida and applied product in Feb.
Thank you for your feedback! We are sorry that you have not seen the expected results from using the Weed Free Zone. Have you identified any of the specific weeds that you are targeting? Some plants will only respond to particular active ingredients applied at specific times of year. We would be happy to trouble shoot the plants you are targeting via email, live chat, or telephone at 866-581-7378.
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Fertilome Weed Free Zone
By Slade in Brooksville, Florida on 12/19/2016
got quick delivery - used this on dollarweed, and several other broadleaf weeds....worked good, and fairly quick (3 days) I will be buying more!
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QWill Fertilome Weed Free Zone be harmful to my dog if he eats grass sprayed with it after it has dried?
AAfter Fertilome Weed Free Zone has dried it should pose no threat to your dog even if he eats a bit of grass that has been treated.
QHow soon can I seed after using Fertilome Weed Free Zone?
07/20/2013 Bill from Sioux City, Ia
QWhat is the shelf life of Fertilome Weed Free Zone? What kind of a storage environment shall I provide?
AThe shelf life will be determined by how you store it. If you keep it in a temperature stable environment and out of direct sunlgiht it can last between 3 and 5 years.
05/01/2013 Matthias from Mississippi
QI might be missing it, but does the label on Fertilome Weed Free Zone not give water rates per fluid ounce?
If I want to broadcast treat St. Augustine at a rate of 1.5 fl. oz per 1,000 square feet how much water do I use per 1.5 fl. oz?
AThe reason there are not exact water rates is because water just acts as the carrier. It is however much water it takes for you to disperse 1.5 ounces over 1000 square feet. With that said, we generalize that 1 gallon will treat approx. 1000.
10/19/2011 Mike from Connersville, Indiana
QWhen is the correct time to apply Weed Free Zone for wild violets in Fescue?
I'm wanting to spray my yard to kill the weeds off this fall. Is it too late to use this in central Indiana? I did this a few weeks ago but the wild violets survived! Should I increase the mixture to kill these? I have bluegrass, fescue mix grasses.
AAccording to the Fertilome Weed Free product label: Spring and Fall treatments under adequate soil moisture conditions are preferred to the Summer treatments. Generally, Summer broadcast applications to older, drought stressed weeds are less effective. Broadcast (entire areas) applications or follow-up applications at 2-6 week intervals are recommended for more mature Weeds, for dense infestations, and for adverse environmental conditions. Spot treatments during summer may be appropriate for sparse infestations, or as a follow-up treatment, or any time broadleaf weeds are susceptible. For more specific information or application tips we recommend that you contact the manufacturer directly. You can reach VPG at 888-583-5296.
02/21/2017 Rodney from Granite Falls, Nc
QHow long do you wait to apply Fertilome Weed Free Zone after you reseed?
A Fertilome Weed Free Zone can be applied 2 weeks after reseeding.
Fertilome Weed Free Zone can be applied 2 weeks after reseeding.
02/19/2017 James from Nocona, Tx
QIs Fertilome Weed Free Zone safe to use under trees?
A No, Fertilome Weed Free Zone cannot be used under trees.
No, Fertilome Weed Free Zone cannot be used under trees.
02/04/2017 Alston from Charlotte, Nc
QIs it safe to use Fertilome Weed Free Zone around holly bushes?
Last year I planted a privacy wall of Nellie Stevens Holly bushes and now I need to control the weeds around the them. Is this product okay to spray around these bushes? I am looking for something to use that is safer than Roundup.
A The Fertilome Weed Free Zone label states not to spray around the roots of trees and ornamentals. We would recommend contacting your local Master Gardener for advice and product recommendations that are safe to use around this particular holly species.
The Fertilome Weed Free Zone label states not to spray around the roots of trees and ornamentals. We would recommend contacting your local Master Gardener for advice and product recommendations that are safe to use around this particular holly species.
10/17/2016 Franko from Tx
QHow long should I wait to reseed after applying Fertilome Weed Free Zone?
09/27/2016 Bill from Mebane, Nc
QCan Weed Free Zone be sprayed on Liriope Grass to kill weeds?
I have a customer who has weeds coming up in her monkey grass and is looking for a product to kill the weeds that won't harm the lirope
A No, Fertilome Weed Free Zone should only be used in turf grass for weeds. A better option would be Fertilome Over the Top II. It is labeled to kill grassy weeds in lirope and various other ornamentals and ground covers. You will use 1 oz. and 1 oz. of oil concentrate per gallon of water per 1,800 sq. ft.
No, Fertilome Weed Free Zone should only be used in turf grass for weeds. A better option would be Fertilome Over the Top II. It is labeled to kill grassy weeds in lirope and various other ornamentals and ground covers. You will use 1 oz. and 1 oz. of oil concentrate per gallon of water per 1,800 sq. ft.
09/26/2016 Ed from Ames, La
QHow long after seeding new grass can I apply Weed Free Zone?
A It is recommended that you mow at least three times before applying Fertilome Weed Free Zone to a newly seeded lawn.
It is recommended that you mow at least three times before applying Fertilome Weed Free Zone to a newly seeded lawn.
08/23/2016 Kevin from West Chester
QWill Fertilome Weed Free Zone kill crabgrass?
08/22/2016 John from Covington
QWill Fertilome Weed Free Zone control or kill Virginia Buttonweed in Centipede lawn?
A Fertilome Weed Free Zone is labeled to eradicate Virginia Buttonweed in an established Centipede lawn. You will mix 0.75-1.5 fl oz per 1,000 sq ft. You will not want to apply when temperatures are above 90 degrees or drought stressed lawns.
Fertilome Weed Free Zone is labeled to eradicate Virginia Buttonweed in an established Centipede lawn. You will mix 0.75-1.5 fl oz per 1,000 sq ft. You will not want to apply when temperatures are above 90 degrees or drought stressed lawns.
08/16/2016 Barbara from Hyde Park, Ut
QCan I use Fertilome Weed Free Zone to kill weeds in the grass near my fruit trees?
A Fertilome Weed Free Zone should be applied 15 ft away from fruit trees.
Fertilome Weed Free Zone should be applied 15 ft away from fruit trees.
06/26/2016 Jerry from Sylacauga, Al
QWhat if I made a mistake and over applied Weed Free Zone?
A An off label or heavy application of Fertilome Weed Free Zone could result in undesirable results such as burning or injury to the turf.
An off label or heavy application of Fertilome Weed Free Zone could result in undesirable results such as burning or injury to the turf.