Pramitol 25E is a non-selective, bare ground herbicide concentrate popular for industrial and commercial applications. Bare Ground means exactly that -- wherever Pramitol is applied, nothing will grow for one year or more. Apply before or up to three months after weed emergence. Dilute in water or oil and apply as a foliar application, before construction, or in or under asphalt to control johnson grass, bindweed, wild carrot, and other hard to kill weeds and grasses. (Pramitol 25E will not control woody vegetation.) Pramitol is ideal for use around buildings, storage areas, roadways, airports, highway medians, lumberyards, pipelines, fences, recreational areas, and similar areas where total weed and grass control is needed.
|Active Ingredient:||Prometon - 25%|
|Target pests:||Johnsongrass, Bindweed, annual weeds or grasses, perennial weeds or grasses, downy bromegrass, oatgrass, goosegrass, quackgrass, puncturevine, goldenrod, plantain, wild carrot, goldenrod, other hard to control weeds and grasses|
|For use in:||Industrial sites, non-crop areas around farms, under asphalt, railroads, lumberyards, airports, recreational areas, highway medians, or similar areas where control is needed|
|Application:||Use 22-29.4 oz. per 1,000 sq. ft. (7.5-10 gals. per Acre). Use lower rates for ordinary weeds and grasses such as dallisgrass or knotroot bristlegrass. Use higher rates for johnsongrass, bermudagrass, or other deep-rooted perennials. Industrial sites and Noncrop areas: Broadcast 4-6.125 gals. of Pramitol in 50-100 gals of water per acre. For hard-to-kill perennial weeds and grasses, use 7.5-10 gals of Pramitol in 50-100 gals. of water per acre. When applying to a small area, mix 0.5 to 0.875 pt. in 1 gallon of water for 500 sq. ft. Oil may be substituted if green foliage is present. Under asphalt: Use 7.5-10 gals. per Acre in at least 100 gals. of water just before laying of asphalt. For mixing with cutback asphalt: Mix Pramitol 25E with cutback asphalt as it is being pumped into the applicator or transport truck. See label for complete application instructions.|
|Yield:||1 qt. makes 1-4 gallons or covers 1,000 to 4,000 sq. ft.|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CA, DC, AK, HI, WA|
|Manufactured By:||Control Solutions|
Pramitol 25E herbicide is a non-selective, bare ground herbicide concentrate popular for industrial and commercial applications. Apply before or up to three months after weed emergence, and one Pramitol application will prevent weed growth for a year or more. Dilute in water or oil and apply as a foliar application, before construction, or in or under asphalt to control johnson grass, bindweed, wild carrot, and other hard to kill weeds and grasses. (Pramitol 25E will not control woody vegetation.) Pramitol is ideal for use around buildings, storage areas, roadways, airports, highway medians, lumberyards, pipelines, fences, recreational areas, and similar areas where total weed and grass control is needed.
Much of the effectiveness of Pramitol is dependent on rainfall to move into the root zone. Poor weed control may result from very dry soil conditions or lack of sufficient rainfall. Use Pramitol only in areas where complete control of vegetation is desired, since this product may affect desirable plants, grasses, or shrubs. Use 5-10 gallons of Pramitol 25E per acre, depending on application: use higher rates in heavier soils, where weed growth is heavy, where rainfall is heavy, and in regions with a long growing season.
Pramitol may also be applied to even ground just before laying asphalt, or it may be mixed with cutback asphalts for weed control in areas being stabilized, such as highway medians, fences, guard rails, and shoulders, or for cracked asphalt surfaces being resurfaced. See product label for complete application recommendations.
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6 of 8 people found this review helpful:
DID NOT WORK
By Karen on July 3, 2011
The product arrived very quickly. I follow the directions to the letter however, the product did not work as promised. It failed to kill the weeds at the root and very few leaves/folliage turned brown. I would not recommend this product.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
By YA on August 2, 2011
I use Pramitol on stubborn areas that are hard to reach with lawn equipment. It works amazingly well but you must be very careful. I usually dilute the Pramitol and use a spray bottle; however, this year we had much larger areas that needed to be taken care of. My brother-in-law did not read the directions and tried to use a styrofoam cup to pour the Pramitol into the sprayer. The cup promptly disintegrated. When he did get the Pramitol into the sprayer and diluted - he neglected to take the wind into account and some of my roses and ground cover were also affected. The roses are recovering since it was just some leaves; however, my ground cover is toast. The reason I only gave it a 4 rating is because it did not touch the "decorator" grasses that the previous owner planted and I am still having to try to pull it from between the stones, out of the driveway, etc. I even tried straight Pramitol watered in to those areas to no avail.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Pramitol 25E - Gallon
By A on April 20, 2012
I have been using Pramitol for several years. It truly does what it says. Buying by the gallon is not only more convenient, it is the best deal available. I am very happy to have run across this deal. Do yourself a favor----buy it!!!!
1 of 3 people found this review helpful:
did not kill everything
By Val on September 14, 2012
I used it exactly as directed. Killed most but not all weeds.
By Orenda on May 22, 2012
I gave the product 4 out of because I have made and iniatial application, it rained on schedule and i am already seeing great results. The unwanted grwoth is dying right on schdule. When the areas the applictions were made are completely free of growth I will rate a Five star. I am a very very satisfied customer!
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By George on September 27, 2013
This is the best product we have used for weed control. Combined with Diquat, the results were the best we have ever seen. Thanks to DoMyOwnPestControl for the recommendation.
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August 1, 2012Jeff from Vandalia,il. asked:
QIs Pramitol 25E safe around trees?
When spraying along fences, the tree roots may come out a ways will this kill a tree ?
APramitol 25E can damage the roots of trees and extreme caution should be used when applying this product.
May 7, 2013Terry from Murphysboro, Il asked:
QBest kill for my money?
Is this product best for money to absolutly kill everything for whole growing season with one or two treatments?
APramitol is a great product for vegetation management. Depending on how much area you are treating would depend on whether this is the most cost effective for you. If its a a small area the pramitol will work well. If you have a large area the TVC-Total Vegetation Control could be better for your needs. You can compare the two products here.
July 31, 2013Damon from Louisville, Ky asked:
QIf I use Pramitol 25E on soil piles to kill all vegetation, how long must I wait to use the soil?
AThat all depends on what you are using the soil for. We can say that Pramitol 25E will stay in the soil for one year or more. Let us know if you have any more questions. You can contact us at 866-581-7378.
February 26, 2014Jimmy from Youngsville Louisiana asked:
QI want a product that will kill grass for a year or longer.
June 26, 2013Candi from Fairplay, Co asked:
QWill pramitol 25e kill vegetation on a stone pathway? I diluted 1T into 1 gal of water and used a pump spray
I diluted 1 T. of pramitol into 1 gal. of water and used a pump sprayer to apply the product in between the stones. How long will it take to kill the light vegetation?
APramitol is a total vegetation killing product and will eliminate anything growing where you spray it. The Pramitol will keep anything new from growing in the treated areas for up to 1 year. Caution should be used during application as some leaching in the soil could occur and destroy nearby desirable vegetation and turfs. The Pramitol needs to be mixed at the rate of 8 ounces per each gallon of water at the lowest dilution and can be used up to 32 ounces per gallon for harder to kill brush. Time of plant death will depend on how much product is absorbed through the root system, if it is irrigate after application and if the plant is under any stress to cause it to not absorb the product as quickly. It could be days or weeks before complete death is visible in the weeds you are treating. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
February 3, 2014Peter from Phoenix, Az asked:
QHow does the Pramitol compare to the Martins TVC for a vegetation killing spray?
What are the main differences between Pramitol and Martin's TVC and which is better in a long-term solution for a complete vegetation killer?
ABoth the Pramitol and the TVC-Total Vegetation Control are going to give you about a years worth of soil sterilization if not longer. The weeds, grasses, brush and other hardy plants controlled are similar across the 2 labels. Your main difference is going to be the dilution ratio as to which will be the more economical buy for your amount of area. Depending on the plant being treated the quart of Pramitol will cover between 1 and 4 thousand square feet making between 1 and 4 gallons of finished solution. The amount of TVC used is also dependent on the targeted plant, between 2 and 6 pints per acre which comes out to between 0.75 and 2.25 ounces per 1000 sq/ft in no less than 2 gallons of water.
June 6, 2012Sheila from Magnolia, Ms asked:
QWhich Product is safe for roses, shrubs?
What product is safer to use in areas where I need to control the growth of weeds in crushed limestone walkways that surround a rose garden and shrubs?
APramitol would not be a good choice to use around desirable plants as it is a soil sterilant and will likely kill any plant near soil that is treated with the product. You can spot treat the weeds with a glyphosate product such as RoundUp QuickPro as long as you careful to avoid spraying the desirable plants. Grass Out Max would be a good choice if you are dealing with grassy weeds and do not want to spot treat because it can be sprayed around flowers and shrubs to get rid of grassy weeds without worry of harming the desirable plants as long as it used as specified on the product label.
February 13, 2014Dennis from Royal Pam Beach, Fl asked:
QWhat's the best product to spray on soil to prevent weeds before placing asphalt paving?
APramitol 25E would be a fantastic product to spray on the soil prior to paving to prevent any vegetation growth for 1 year or more.
January 9, 2014Katie from Elkton, Or asked:
QWe live in rainy Oregon and have not found a product to help us control the many varieties of weeds.
We use Roundup several times a year, but can't seem to get ahead of the problem. The areas of most concern are through the rock gardens and bark mulch where we really don't want anything to grow now or in the future. These areas are quite large as our yard is over an acre. What you you recommend?
February 18, 2014Champaklal from United States, Mexia,tx asked:
QNeed something to sterilize ground, like drive ways
APramitol 25E is a total vegetation killing product and will eliminate anything growing where you spray it. The Pramitol will keep anything new from growing in the treated areas for up to 1 year. Caution should be used during application as some leaching in the soil could occur and destroy nearby desirable vegetation and turfs.