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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 turf-grass 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.
|Active Ingredient:||2,4-D 2-ethylhexyl ester - 28.57%
Carefentrazone-ethyl - 0.62%
Mecoprop-p Acid - 5.88%
Dicamba Acid - 1.71%
|Target pests:||100 different Broad-leaf Weeds: Wild Violet, Clover, Garlic, Spurge, Plantain, Chickweed, Poison Oak and Ivy
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Cool Season Grasses: Kentucky Blue Grass, Perennial rye grass, Tall fescue, Colonial bent grass
Warm Season Grasses: Common Bermuda and Zoyziagrass
|Application:||1 oz. per gallon of water per 1,000 sq. ft.
1 tbsp. per gallon of water (hose-end sprayer)
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on label|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||AK, HI, MA, NJ, VT|
|Coverage Area:||14,300 sq. ft.|
|Shipping Weight:||1.40 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||PBI Gordon Corporation|
HOW TO APPLY:
FOR ORTHO HOSE-END SPRAYERS FOR COOL-SEASON TURFGRASS
- For Ortho Dial’N Spray Hose-End Sprayer or Gilmour Dial-A-Mix Lawn and Garden Sprayer:
- SET THE DIAL: Set dial on 3 tsp. (1 Tbs.) per gallon.
- FILL: Determine (Measure) the lawn area to be sprayed. Calculate square feet by multiplying length by width. The application rate for this product is 1.4 fl. oz. per 1,000 sq. ft. of lawn. Add an adequate amount of herbicide to the spray bottle to treat the total lawn area.
- SPRAY: Spray evenly over the lawn.
Example: Measure 4.0 fl. oz. (8 Tbs.) into sprayer jar. Do not add water. Set dial on 3 teaspoons (tsp.) and spray uniformly on 3,000 sq. ft. of lawn. The maximum application rate to turf is 0.8 pound 2,4-D acid equivalent per acre per application per site. The maximum number of broadcast applications per treatment site is 2 per year.
SPOT TREATMENTS FOR COOL-SEASON TURFGRASS
- For Hand-Operated Sprayers: For cool-season turfgrass, mix 1.0 fl. oz. of SPEED-ZONE Lawn Weed Killer per 1.0 gallon of water for treatment of approximately 1,000 sq. ft. of turfgrass. Apply any time the emerged broadleaf weeds are susceptible.
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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38 of 39 people found this review helpful:
Clovers and Creeping Charlie - gone
By C. in Chicago, IL on 07/26/2011
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.
33 of 35 people found this review helpful:
Well worth the money!
By Travis in Lenoir NC on 05/06/2011
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!!
29 of 29 people found this review helpful:
By Mark in Verona, Missouri on 05/08/2011
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.
21 of 21 people found this review helpful:
Speedzone Lawn Weed Killer
By Steve in North Branch, MI on 04/02/2012
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
15 of 15 people found this review helpful:
By Grey in Spokane, WA on 05/23/2012
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.
Speedzone weed killer
By T in Johnstown pa on 05/11/2017
Follow directions, you will be surprised how effective this product is. I have tried other more heavily advertised products with limited success this gets 4 plus out of 5 rating from me
A GOOD SPRING WEED KILLER
By Ambie in Virginia Beach, Virginia on 04/30/2017
I am still looking for a late winter / early spring weed killer and I have tried a number of different name brands. So far, Speed Zone is what I keep using.
Broad leaf gone
By Carson in Smyrna, TN on 04/25/2017
Sprayed the recommended amount on my small lawn with a little two gallon sprayer. Within a day I could already see wilt. After my first or second mow or spraying the weeds, they were gone and my grass had taken over. Works as advertised.
By Andrzej in Grandview on 04/19/2017
Great product, great , fast service and shipment.
Great job on clover in November
By Bill in Woodbridge, VA on 11/28/2016
I had spent a lot of time getting my yard back into shape during the fall and after finally getting the new seed to take and grow I noticed some clover starting to take hold. I used some weed killer from a big box store but it didn't have any effect. I decided to come here and do a little research since this is where I found the best product to kill my nutsedge. The SpeedZone worked like a charm even in the cooler weather. I didn't know that some weed killers only work well in hot weather. Great product!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Great Broadleaf killer
By Liston in Mississippi on 07/25/2016
This is the best product (for the price) I have found for getting rid of broadleaf weeds in common bermuda. It takes care of spurge and buttonweed with no problem, but make sure you use a surfactant and a pre-emerge like generic barricade. The pre-emerge will prevent the seeds on the plant from germinating and returning (I've learned this after spot spraying all summer long). You can expect results in a day or two if used properly.
SLOW BUT SURE
By Greg in fort wayne indiana on 07/16/2016
Give this about 2 weeks to do a thorough kill on "stubborn" weeds. Use as directed. No need to strengthen mixture_
Speedzone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate
By Gary in Trout Lake, WA on 06/29/2016
This product definitely nuked the vast numbers of dandelions that were growing large and vigorously in my lawn. Within a week every one I had spot treated (precisely per the instructions) was black and shriveling away. Yay! But the blades of grass near the dandelions became yellow, so now the grass is green with plenty of yellow areas. Not as bad as Roundup, but still yellow. In fairness to the Speedzone product, the grass itself was not thick and green and healthy, but thin blades of fescue that were dryish no matter how much they were watered. The soil is very dry as it drains instantly, being volcanic soil. I wrote this to alert others what result they may get if their grass is weak or dry. Speedzone is powerful.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Pretty effective weed killer
By Carl in wexford on 05/31/2016
I bought this especially for wild violets which are invading parts of my lawn,particularly near where I borders a wooded area.. I have tried many others,ncluding BATTLESHIP with poor results Based on my first application of SPEED ZONE, I may have found a friend in my quesr..the wild violets are showing severe damage already...I will try another application in the fall and again next spring. It also seems to toxic to dandelion and some unnamed lawn vines and clover
Best on the market
By Paul in North Platte,Ne. on 05/29/2016
I have used this for about 10 years. I started using it when my lawn was new with no danger to my grass.The popular brands don't work nearly as well.I highly recommend it to anyone.
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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.
03/19/2015 Hunter from Atlanta
QIs SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate safe for Zoysia grass?
I am trying to kill a lot of purple deadnettle in my zoysia.
AYes, Speedzone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate is safe to use on zoysia grass. You will use 1.1 fl. oz. per 1000 sq. ft.
06/11/2014 Michael from Southampton, Ny
QHow long after application of SpeedZone can my dog return to the yard?
AYour dog can return to the treated area or areas after the SpeedZone Weed Killer has completely dried.
04/08/2015 Autumn from Oklahoma
QDoes Speedzone weed killer kill poa annua?
I have Kentucky bluegrass and I'm having problems controlling poa annua. Is this a good product to use or what Is a good product that you would recommend? Thanks!
ANo, Speedzone Concentrate is not labeled to kill poa annua. We would recommend using Blindside Herbicide. It is safe to use on your KBG lawn and is labeled to surpress poa annua. You will use 0.075-0.15 per 1000 square feet. You will likely have to do a subsequent treatment.
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.
08/21/2016 Bryan from Powhatan Point, Oh
QIs it safe to apply SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer right up to the newly seeded areas?
I just patched some areas with grass seed 2 weeks ago (it is popping up). How soon can you spray on new seedlings?
A SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer can be applied to the newly seeded areas after the third mowing. If the product was already applied, you can reseed two weeks after the application per the instructions on the product label.
SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer can be applied to the newly seeded areas after the third mowing. If the product was already applied, you can reseed two weeks after the application per the instructions on the product label.
08/01/2016 Becky from Naponee, Ne
QCan SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate 20 be used in Hay field?
Can this be used in hay field that is later or next year grazed on by horses and cattle?
07/29/2016 Gene from Wisconsin
QCan I use SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate on our lawn above our 250 feet deep well?
Our home uses a well for drinking water.
A Yes, you can use SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate as long as the application is made at least 5 feet away from the well. The chemical will not move through the soil.
Yes, you can use SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate as long as the application is made at least 5 feet away from the well. The chemical will not move through the soil.
06/12/2016 John from Ny
QWill SpeedZone harm Pachysandra?
I have Ground Ivy tangled with Pachysandra.
A Yes, Speedzone Lawn Weed Killer will likely harm the pachysandra as well since it is considered a broadleaf plant.
Yes, Speedzone Lawn Weed Killer will likely harm the pachysandra as well since it is considered a broadleaf plant.
06/08/2016 George from Jackson, Wy
QIs SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate safe for birds?
A SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate†should not be harmful to birds if applied according to the instructions on the product label.†
SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate†should not be harmful to birds if applied according to the instructions on the product label.†
06/06/2016 Sam from Layton, Utah
QCan I use SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer, safely, on Quackgrass in my flower gardens?
A If you're trying to kill Quackgrass in your flower garden, then we wouldn't recommend using SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Contrate as it 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.
If you're trying to kill Quackgrass in your flower garden, then we wouldn't recommend using SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Contrate as it 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.
05/08/2016 Carl from Wexford, Pa
QWhat is the best time (or times) of the year to use SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer to eliminate wild violet?
A SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate 20 oz.†works best when applied to actively growing weeds including Wild Violet. Be sure†temps are between 60-75 degrees. The exact application time varies from Region to Region.
SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate 20 oz.†works best when applied to actively growing weeds including Wild Violet. Be sure†temps are between 60-75 degrees. The exact application time varies from Region to Region.
05/03/2016 Joe from Indianapolis, In
QCan Speedzone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate be used on the garden area, and if so, how long before you can plant?
A No, Speedzone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate is not labeled for use in gardens. Since it is a broadleaf weed killer, it will harm the flowers that are there. We would recommend using an Over the Top product for use in a garden to kill grassy weeds.
No, Speedzone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate is not labeled for use in gardens. Since it is a broadleaf weed killer, it will harm the flowers that are there.
We would recommend using an Over the Top product for use in a garden to kill grassy weeds.
04/17/2016 Marvin from Spartanburg, Sc 29301
QCan I use Speed Zone herbicide on Mondo to control weeds without damaging the Mondo?
I use Mondo as a ground cover
10/12/2015 Randy from Cooper City, Fl
QCan I use SpeedZone Lawn Weed Killer Concentrate to control weeds in St. Augustine grass?
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 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.†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 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.†Please take a few moments to read through the product label completely for full instructions and other precautions.