Fertilome Weed Out Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec herbicide controls over 200 troublesome broadleaf weeds in residential lawns. Fertilome Weed Out can be used as a broad cast spray in a hose end sprayer to treat the whole lawn or as a spot spray in a hand pump sprayer to treat smaller areas.
|Active Ingredient:||Trimec Herbicide formulation:|
DIMETHYLAMINE SALT OF PROPIONIC ACID - 5.45%
DIMETHYLAMINE SALT OF 2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID - 5.88%
DIMETHYLAMINE SALT OF DICAMBA - 1.21%
|Target pests:||Dandelion, Chickweed, Clover, Spurge, Wild Onion, Dollar Weed, Ground Ivy, Poison Ivy and many others listed on product label. Please see label for|
|For use in:||Lawns|
|Application:||Mix 2 oz. (4 tablespoons) with 1 gallon of water.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on the product label|
|Yield:||1 pint covers 8,000 sq. ft. in St. Augustine and 6,000 sq. ft. in Bermuda, Fescue and Bluegrass.|
|Manufactured By:||VPG (UPC: 732221105249)|
Fertilome Weed Out Lawn Weed Killer gets rid of troublesome broadleaf weeds in residential lawns. Fertilome Weed Out can be used as a broad cast spray in a hose end sprayer to treat the whole lawn or as a spot spray in a hand pump sprayer to treat smaller areas.
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19 of 20 people found this review helpful:
Weed killer that works.
By Alan on June 12, 2011
The Fertilome Weed killer does the best job of any that I have tried in the past. The service from your company is excellent.
13 of 15 people found this review helpful:
Fertilome Weed Out
By Gene on May 1, 2011
This is a very good product!! Work good on Dollarweed. Good purchase
13 of 13 people found this review helpful:
Fertilome Weed-Out Lawn weed Killer
By Brent on September 8, 2011
This for me is the best weed killer I have ever used. It kills some of the toughtest weeds that other weed killers say it will kill but don't. Great stuff.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful:
By Scooby on June 18, 2012
For a low-end over the counter weed-b-gone type spray this is it.........Buy in the gallon size and save........
6 of 6 people found this review helpful:
Does Just As Good As The Name Brands!
By Gmc on June 1, 2012
I have been buying the name brands from the local retailers and was not happy with the results for the money. We live in an remote area and always have to spray to control the weeds. Weed-Out does the job for a fraction of the price.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By JM on May 23, 2012
I have a corner lot with neighbors who grow dandelions and other weeds (no prevention measures are taken by them). I used this product last summer and it was effective. I used weed-b-gon in previous years and this was twice as effective on my lawn that weed-b-gon. I plan to use it again this evening to keepp this weeds down in 2012.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful:
By Don on May 21, 2012
- i give it the top rating for what i used it for -- chickweed - it's hard to kill but fertilome weed-out weed killer really does the job - i purchased it a while back but just got around to using it - put it on four days ago with a hose end sprayer - the weed has already turned brown and on it's way out -- really is a superior product --
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
something changed ?
By Don on June 24, 2012
i've used this product the same way and for a lot of years but this is the first time it affected the grass -- killed the chickweed - but you can see everywhere i used it by the orange/brown grass - not good - i used it like always with a hose end sprayer - same setting etc - so just wondering if this is a new improved formulation or what ?? - something has changed ?? -- DJ
By Clifton on May 30, 2013
Fertilome works well with easy to follow instructions.
By Dave on May 8, 2014
I put it down as directed, I was particularly interested in getting rid of chickweed and wild violets. They have gotten sickly looking, perhaps with one or two more applications they will be gone.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful:
By Jason on May 28, 2012
It's been 2 weeks since I sprayed my lawn with this and the weeds are looking healthy as ever. A few of the weeds around the edges appeared slightly wilted about a week after the application but 95% of the weeds are totally unaffected. I applied it exactly according to the directions and it did not rain for 5 days after I sprayed it. I either got a bad batch of this stuff or it doesn't do what it says it does. For the time I spent on it I would have been better off pulling them out by hand.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Ferilome weed -out lawn weed killer with trimeric
By Helena on April 17, 2012
It rained 12 hours after application. I reapplied the product following the direction strictly, there is little or no difference in the amount of weeds in my grass. It was time and money wasted effort.
Great Weed Killer
By Josh on July 22, 2014
Before using Weed-Out, I used Weed Free Zone by Fertilome. WFZ worked great, but was a bit expensive and is only sold in smaller containers. Weed-Out works just as well, is much less expensive and comes in larger containers. Pros: Kills weeds and not grass. Inexpensive. Sold in large containers. Quick indication of application. Cons: Impossible to poor out of gallon container without spilling.
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February 25, 2011Nan asked:
QWill Fertilome Weed-Out Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec kill lawn too??
AWhen used as directed on the lawns and listed on the product label, Fertilome Weed-Out Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec will not kill your lawn. It will only kill emerged broadleaf weeds.
March 25, 2011Tradb asked:
QHow long will the residual of Weed-Out Lawn herbicide with Trimec keep killing weeds?
ATypically this product should kill and prevent weeds for 1 season, about 3 to 4 months. This product will work much better if you apply a pre-emergent first before weeds start to germinate in the early spring and late fall.
April 21, 2011Lynda asked:
QHow much Fertilome Weed-Out Lawn Weed Killer should I use per gallon of water?
My label got messed up so I can't read it, and I couldn't find it on the label info at this site
AHow much of the Fertilome weed-out lawn weed killer that you mix with water is dependant on what kind of grass you have. For St. Augustine or Centipede grass, you mix 2 ounces in 2 gallons of water per 1000 square feet. For Bermuda, Buffalo, or Bentgrass, you mix 2 2/3 ounces in 2 gallons of water per 1000 square feet. For Bluegrass, Zoysiagrass, or Fescue, you mix 3 ounces in 2 gallons of water per 1000 square feet. You can find the full instruction label on the bottle here. The mixture rates are on page 3.
April 17, 2012Mike from Swansea, Ma. 02777 asked:
QHow many days before I notice the weeds dying after applying Fertilome Weed-Out Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec
AYou should notice that weeds are starting to yellow or die about two weeks after the application of Fertilome Weed Out. Spray at any time when weeds are growing. For best results, apply in Spring when weeds are small and growing rapidly. Apply in Fall to remove late germinating weeds.
March 26, 2011Ray asked:
QHow can I apply the Fertilome Weed-Out Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec in a hose end sprayer?
AAccording to the product label: "Hose-End Sprayer: Use 1 gallon of water for every 250 square feet to be sprayed. For concentrate sprayers, add only the required amount of ferti-lome WEED-OUT listed in the rate chart depending on type of Grass and number of square feet to be treated. Do not add water to concentrate sprayers For dilution sprayers, add the required amount of ferti-lome WEED-OUT and fill sprayer with water to proper level. Spray uniformly." Please read the product label to find the correct usage rate for your needs.
March 26, 2012James from Memphis,tn asked:
QDo you need or recommend a spreader sticker with Fertilome Weed-Out Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec?
AFertilome Weed-Out Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec does not require you to use a spreader/sticker or surfactant according to the product label.
May 2, 2012Alice from Southfield, Michigan asked:
QWill Fertilome Weed-Out Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec kill wild violets ?
Wild violets have been growing into our lawn and we want them gone fast !
AFertilome Weed-Out Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec is not labeled for wild violets and may not be effective for this weed. We do carry Fertilome Weed Free Zone and it is labeled for wild violet. We do recommend that you review the Weed Free Zone product label to be sure that your grass type is listed as a tolerant species.
September 27, 2013John from Peoria, Az asked:
QHow long after applying Fertilome Weed-Out Lawn Weed Killer can you water your lawn?
March 18, 2013Devin from Marianna, Fl asked:
QWill I have to reapply herbicide if I received a small amt (.25 inches) of rainfall 6 hrs after application?
AYou should not have to reapply as long as the product had already dried and the amount of rain was small.
April 10, 2013Patricia from West Memphis, Ar asked:
QSetting for Chapin Hose End Sprayer when Using Fertilome?
I have purchased the Fertilome Weed-Out Lawn Killer with Trimec along with the Chapin Liquid Hose-End Sprayer. I have read the directions over and over again on how to apply the weed killer with a hose end sprayer but I need some assistance on what to set my settings to on my hose end sprayer. I have 2000 square feet to cover and I know I will use 4 ounces of the Fertilome but what will my setting be on the Chapin hose end sprayer? Thanks!!
AYou should set the Chapin hose end sprayer sprayer on .5 oz per gallon mark and then plan on using 8 gallons of water to cover the 2,000 sq ft area per the product label instructions (you need to use 1 gallon of water per 250 sq ft)
May 7, 2014Dave from Laurel Mt. asked:
QIs Fertilome Weed-OUt Lawn Weed Killer with Trimec ok to use on rye/bluegrass lawns?
May 12, 2014Scott from Auburn, Al asked:
QWhat method should you use for follow up application?
It said that you can follow up with a re application 7 to 10 days after initial. Should this be a spot treatment approach or another full lawn application? Bermuda lawn
AA follow up treatment with Fertilome Weed Out can be used as a broad cast spray in a hose end sprayer to treat the whole lawn or as a spot spray in a hand pump sprayer to treat smaller areas that may need attention.
July 14, 2013Albert from Silver Springs, Florida asked:
QIs there anything I can use to kill dogfennel that won't kill the grass?
AYou didn't specify what kind of grass you have so we will not be able to tell you directly if it is safe for your lawn or not. You could use the Fertilome Weed Out to control Dogfennel as well as a large variety of other broadleaf weeds. It can be used on Sensitive Grasses Such As