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Monterey Grass Getter Twin Pack includes one bottle of Monterey Grass Getter (formerly Poast) and one bottle of Monterey Herbicide Helper (Oil Concentrate).
Monterey Grass Getter (formerly Poast) is a post-emergence grass herbicide. Monterey Grass Getter (formerly Poast) is for homeowner use on and around: Flowers, Evergreens, Ornamental Groundcovers, Bedding Plants, Shrubs, Trees, Fruits, Vegetables (See Crop Table on label for specific crops). Monterey Grass Getter (formerly Poast) is a systemic selective herbicide kills weedy grasses without injuring desirable plants. Monterey Grass Getter (formerly Poast) controls: Bermudagrass, crabgrass, foxtails, quackgrass and many other weedy grasses. Use with surfactant such as Herbicide Helper.
Monterey Herbicide Helper (Oil Concentrate) is a herbicide spreader and penetrant. Monterey Herbicide Helper (Oil Concentrate) improves wetting of foliage and results in faster weed kill. Use Monterey Herbicide Helper (Oil Concentrate) safely with most nonselective and selective herbicides such as Grass Getter. Monterey Herbicide Helper (Oil Concentrate) is widely used in herbicidal sprays.
|Active Ingredient:||Monterey Grass Getter: Sethoxydim - 18.0%
Monterey Herbicide Helper:
Petroleum distillate - 80.0%
Alkylphenol ethoxylate - 20.0%
|Target pests:||Barnyardgrass, Bermudagrass, Crabgrass (large & smooth), Foxtails, Goosegrass, Witchgrass and others
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Residential Flowers, Evergreens, Ornamental Groundcovers, Bedding Plants, Shrubs, Trees, Fruits, Vegetables
* See label for complete list
|Application:||1 oz. Grass Getter to a gallon of water plus 1 oz. Herbicide Helper
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||AK, AR, CO, DC, ID, ME, MT, ND, NY|
|Shipping Weight:||1.23 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Monterey Lawn & Garden (Mfg. Number: LG 5330)|
Monterey Grass Getter (formerly Poast):
WHEN TO APPLY: Apply any time grassy weeds are actively growing, not exceeding the minimum of days from application to harvest when used on vegetables and fruits. Warm sunny weather will accelerate systemic movement from leaves and stems down to the roots to give complete kill. Do not mow or cut off tops of weeds before spraying. Do not apply if rainfall is expected within one hour following application. Growth of treated grasses stops soon after application. They turn yellow and die within one to three weeks depending on the grass species, stage of growth and weather conditions. Cool weather, drought and heat stress slows activity.
Monterey Herbicide Helper (Oil Concentrate):
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Recommended rate of Monterey Herbicide Helper (Oil Concentrate): 2 Tbsp (1 fl. oz.) in 3 to 5 gallons of mixed spray. Add Monterey Herbicide Helper (Oil Concentrate) to mixed spray solution and agitate thoroughly. Recommend frequent shaking of sprayer while spraying. AVOID use with selective herbicides when selectivity depends on not wetting the primary target.
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1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
It does what it supposed to do !
By Doug in McAllaster Montana on 06/28/2016
Best grass killer ever period! No better product around flowers. A great Monsanto product. Been around a long time. Don't waste your time trying others.
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07/10/2013 Joan from Rancho Palos Verdes, Ca
QWill Grass Getter from Monterey kill Oxalis without harming Dymondia?
We recently planted a whole side yard with Dymondia, and a month later it is infested with Oxalis, growing through and choking out the Dymondia. Will this product work? Is there another product? Thank you.
AThe Monterey Grass Getter is only designed to kill grasses without harming ornamentals and ground covers so this product would not work for your needs. There is actually not a way to remove the oxalis from your dymondia without either harming both, or killing neither. The only way to control the oxalis is to either hand pick it out or spot spray with a round up type product like GlyPhoSel Pro and then replant more Dymondia in these spots to try and smother out the oxalis from being able to come back. We apologize that we couldn't provide you with a better solution. Please feel free to contact us if you have any other questions.
04/16/2013 Jim from Poplar Bluff, Mo
QCan I use Monterey Grass Getter on sweet corn?
AMonterey Grass Getter cannot be used around corn. Most grassy weed herbicides are not labeled for use around corn because corn is closely related to grass and will be injured by the product.
05/18/2013 Paul from Boulder Junction Wi.
QI have grass in my clover food plot will this kill the clover
how much will need to cover 1 acre?
AMonterey Grass Getter Twin Pack is not labeled to treat clover, therefore it should harm clover. Just to make sure, please contact Monterey Lawn and Garden 559-499-2100. 1 Ounce Monterey Grass Getter to one gallon of water mixed solution will cover approx. 1800sq. feet.
02/12/2016 Dennis from Tx
QIs Monterey Grass Getter Twin Pack safe to use in vineyards?
A Monterey Grass Getter Twin Pack can be used in and around grape vineyards. We would recommend checking the label for the harvest times for this product. The harvest time for grapes in 50 days after application.
Monterey Grass Getter Twin Pack can be used in and around grape vineyards. We would recommend checking the label for the harvest times for this product. The harvest time for grapes in 50 days after application.
06/22/2013 Brad from Hartford Ky
QI have five acres of burley tobacco. Crabgrass is showing itself. Is this product safe on tobacco?
AMonterey Grass Getter is labeled for flowering tobacco but is not labeled for burley tobacco. We recommend you contact your local dept of agriculture for an approved list of products that can be used on burley tobacco. Sorry we could not be of more help!