Speedzone is an excellent selective post-emergent herbicide with superior cool-weather performance and can be used on established cool and warm-season grasses for common and troublesome weeds in turfgrass such as spurge, pennywort, dandelion, and white clover. Evidence of injury can be seen within hours of application, and plants can die in 7 to 14 days. Safe to apply on Kentucky bluegrass, annual bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, tall fescue, red or fineleaf fescue, creeping and colonial bentgrass (excluding golf greens), and mixtures of cool-season species in noncropland (Kentucky bluegrass, tall fescue, smooth bromegrass, and orchardgrass). Uses include institutional, ornamental, and residential sites, sod production, and noncropland (rights-of-way, roadsides, medians, airports, and military installations). Spray solution must be above pH 5 and below pH 8.
2,4-D 2-ethylhexyl ester..........28.57%
|Target pests:||Broadleaf Weeds; treats over 100 different varieties of broadleaf weeds including wild violet, clover, garlic, common lespedeza including spurge, plantaih, chickweed, poison oak and ivy.|
|For use in:||Cool Season Grass: Kentucky blue grass, Perennial rye grass, Tall fescue, Colonial bent grass. Also Warm Season Grass: Common Bermuda and Zoyziagrass|
|Application:||1.5 oz per 1000 square feet for most applications|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||HI, MA, NJ, VT, AK|
|Manufactured By:||PBI Gordon Corporation (UPC: 070251652402)|
Caution: Do not apply SpeedZone Herbicide to bentgrass greens, carpetgrass, dichondra, legumes, and lawns with desirable clovers. Do not apply to new grass seedlings until after the second mowing. Delay applying SpeedZone for 3 to 4 wk on newly sodded, sprigged, or plugged areas. Do not irrigate turfgrass within 24 hr after application. Delay mowing 1 to 2 days before and after application. Treated areas may be reseeded 2 wk after application. Do not apply when air exceeds 90°F. Do not apply to any body of water, wetlands, irrigation ditch banks, or shorelines.
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19 of 21 people found this review helpful:
Well worth the money!
By Travis on May 6, 2011
Used and most of the weeds in my lawn were dead the next evening. It took just a couple days on the clover, but it's dead too!!!! Much better than round up and other brands I've used in the past that had little or not effect. I would highly recommend this to anyone wanting to get rid of weeds!!
19 of 19 people found this review helpful:
Clovers and Creeping Charlie - gone
By C. on July 26, 2011
I have tried just about everything to knock out Creeping Charlie in my lawn. Speedzone did it with ease. The results were noticed within days of the first application. It is an amazing product.
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By Mark on May 8, 2011
Speed zone, I used a 2 gallon hand sprayer. Within the first few days a big notice that the weeds in the yard were dying. One bottle will do 1.5 acres.
13 of 13 people found this review helpful:
Speedzone Lawn Weed Killer
By Steve on April 2, 2012
This is the only product I have ever used that is effective in low temperatures. It gives me the ability to kill weeds when they first appear in the Spring instead of having to wait for warm weather to be effective
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By Grey on May 23, 2012
Great product for treating majority of broadleaf weeds and great amount of product if you don't need 1 gallon size. I blanket sprayed at 1.6 oz per 1000 sq. ft. I could see results next day. On the 4th day black medic, clover, speedwell, dandelion are all curled up and brown. Will see the end result and if there are any survivors in 2 weeks.
By Robert on July 28, 2014
Well,after searching for years for a product to kill of the Veronica (is it called speedwell too?), this product has worked best so far and hasn't hurt the grass. I'll put a 2nd application soon,my lawn is overrun by it.but I got impressive results from the first run using my 2gal sprayer at 1oz per gallon mix.
By Sumpter on July 22, 2014
This product eliminated an infiltration of ground ivy within 3-4 days after application with negligible damage to the grass.
By Bob on July 21, 2014
Only 50% effective on the clover and less on on dandelions & etc. Not very satisfied at all!!
By fb on June 2, 2014
While it did not killed all my weeds did a much better job than big box stores weed killers. I had to apply it twice to get a 50% result...
By SC on May 30, 2014
Works great! Great price! Wish it came in a premixed hose dispenser for the same economical price.
By Jose on May 26, 2014
First application at 1.5 oz per gallon it killed about 90% of the weeds it really works. Good price and fast shipping.
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By Wkilcoin on May 9, 2014
I was tired of picking dandelions as a part time job! The big name weed $ feeds just wasn't cutting it. Speedzone gets the job done! I now have a hard time finding any yellow in my yard. Up state NY Billy K
1 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Initial Results - Waiting for Long-Term Effect
By Trent on April 30, 2014
Initially the broad-leafed weeds in my lawn seemed to shrivel and turn brown. But by 2 weeks there appeared to be a rebound. I reapplied per the instructions at 2 weeks and am now waiting to see results
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
My weeds are gone in my lawn
By Ken on May 28, 2013
This is my 2nd year using it. Works awesome. Now if I can only spray my neighbors lawn so his seeds stop blowing into my lawn.
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By Josh on February 24, 2013
Awesome awesome!!! Even in the cool North Texas weather your can see injury to all weeds sprayed.
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June 5, 2011Connie asked:
QDoes SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer kill crab grass?
ASpeedzone Lawn Weed Killer is not labeled to kill crab grass. We do however have a full line of products that are labeled for this use : Crabgrass Control Products.
September 16, 2013Paul from Roanoke, Va asked:
QDoes SpeedZone contain a surfactant?
I plan to use SpeedZone for spot treatment of Ground Ivy. Addition of a non-ionic surfactant is typically recommended for liquid herbicide application to broadleaf weeds. I do not see this recommendation on the label, nor do I recognize a surfactant on the ingredient list.
ASpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate does not contain a surfactant. We do highly recommend adding a surfactant to increase the sticking and penetration power of SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate. You can use a surfactant like Non Ionic Surfactant For Herbicides.
April 11, 2012Kevin from Fort Mill Sc asked:
QCan I use SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer on Common Bermuda?
ASpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer is labeled for use on Common Bermuda grass and should not damage it when the product is used according to the SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer product label.
December 12, 2011Trish from Melbourne, Florida asked:
QDoes SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate kill dollar weed on St Augustine?
I have used Bonus S by Scotts and it seems my lawn is worse now. At what temperature can I apply if it will help my lawn?
A Speedzone Lawn and Weed Killer is not labeled for use on St Augustine and most likely would cause damage if used on St Augustine lawns. Speedzone Southern is labeled for Dollarweed and for use on St Augustine grass. According to the Speedzone Southern product label: The turf tolerance to this product may vary and temporary turf grass yellowing may occur on St Augustine. Do not apply Speedzone Southern to Floratam, Bitterblue or other improved species of St Augustine. Do not broadcast or spot spray St Augustine during the fall to winter transition or if temperatures are expected to fall below 40F within 10 days of the application. Please take a few moments to read through the product label completely for full instructions and other precautions.
Speedzone Lawn and Weed Killer is not labeled for use on St Augustine and most likely would cause damage if used on St Augustine lawns. Speedzone Southern is labeled for Dollarweed and for use on St Augustine grass. According to the Speedzone Southern product label: The turf tolerance to this product may vary and temporary turf grass yellowing may occur on St Augustine. Do not apply Speedzone Southern to Floratam, Bitterblue or other improved species of St Augustine. Do not broadcast or spot spray St Augustine during the fall to winter transition or if temperatures are expected to fall below 40F within 10 days of the application.
Please take a few moments to read through the product label completely for full instructions and other precautions.
April 22, 2013Shawn from Clayton Delaware asked:
QI want to use SpeedZone to spot treat for patches of chickweed. What mix do I use for 2 gallon sprayer?
AAccording to the product label you will use 1 fl oz of Speedzone per gallon of water per 1,000 sq ft for spot treatments.
March 25, 2014Stan from Mesa, Arizona asked:
QI live in Mesa, Arizona, and have tiffgreen. Will Speedzone kill my lawn?
4 weeks ago I spot treated with Spurge Power and Spots are still yellow and no signs of grass coming back.
ASpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate is tolerable on most common and hybrid bermudagrass such as Tifgrass. Temporary turfgrass yellowing may occur on certain varieties (F1 hybrids) of hybrid bermudagrass. To reduce risk of lawn injury, avoid spraying drought stressed lawns or when temperatures are above 85°F. Please read the product label for complete mixing and use instruction prior to using.
May 9, 2014James from East Moline, Illinois asked:
QHow safe is this product around trees and shrubs?
I have 4+ acres to treat and many trees, some ornamental and specimen hybrid conifers. There is a lot of lawn area however needing treatment.
ASpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate is reasonably safe around trees and shrubs. However, you should be careful not to get any overspray onto any desirable plants. trees, or shrubs. If you are treating your lawn that is close to desirables then it would be recommended to use a shield of sorts to prevent drift from getting on your desirables.
September 30, 2013Dave asked:
QCan SpeedZoneLawn Weed Killer be used on a new lawn (from seed) that is 7 weeks old and mowed 5 times already?
AThe SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer label only states that you can reseed after 2 weeks of application. Typically you want to mow the lawn at least twice before application so there should not be an issue on a lawn as established as what you described.
April 27, 2014Lisa from Rochester, Ny asked:
QIs SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate safe for flower beds?
ASpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate is not recommended to be used over flower beds. Grass Out Max is labeled to be applied in ornamental flower beds. Please refer to the product label for proper application.
March 7, 2011Vince asked:
QDoes the SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate control wild onions?
AAccording to the product label, SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer can be used to control wild onion. Please refer to the product label to find the correct usage rate for your lawn type and region. You can find the product label linked in this answer and it is always available on the SpeedZone product page on our website for your convenience.
April 28, 2014Terry from Iowa asked:
QWill SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate kill purple dead nettle? I'm in SW Ia.
ASpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate is labeled to kill Dead Nettle. Please refer to the product label for application.
August 26, 2013Jay from North Port, Florida asked:
QI live in SW Florida (34286) and have Baihia grass. I bought Southern Speed zone and need something better?
AWe apologize but you did not give enough information in your question for us to accurately answer you. Are you trying to kill Bahia? or keep it alive and kill something in it? What weeds is the Speedzone not taking care of that leads you to feel you need a better product? Can you tell us what dilution rate you used and how long ago you applied the product? Any additional information you can provide will help us better assist your specific needs.