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Burnout II Weed Killer Concentrate

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$39.91 each
Gallon Concentrate Sizes



BurnOut Weed & Grass Killer concentrate is a foliar active weed control product which contains clove oil as the active ingredient and extracts from vinegar as one of the inerts. It is non-selective to both broadleaf and grassy weeds and is recommended for areas such as borders, driveways, sidewalks, around mature tree bases, around buildings, in fence rows, in greenhouses, school grounds, and around flower beds.

BurnOut Weed & Grass Killer is fast acting. Foliar contact results in rapid dessication of plant cell tissue, and top growth reduction of herbaceous perennial weeds and grasses. Re-treatment is required for control of established perennial weeds.

Directions

Directions For Use

Shake Well Before Using

For Early Season Annual Weed Control
When weeds are small (3 to 5 leaf) and actively growing, apply BurnOut Weed & Grass Killer to the foliage of the weeds, making sure that all of the foliage is wet. Thorough coverage is necessary to achieve desirable control. BurnOut Weed & Grass killer is fast acting. It can be applied up to one hour before rainfall and still be effective. If it rains less than one hour after treatment, determine if the treated leaves are showing symptoms. If symptoms are not obvious, wait until the leaves dry and re-treat.

For Control Of Larger Annuals And Burndown Of Perennial Weed Growth
Larger annual weeds and perennials are more difficult to control and may require re- treatment. Treat initially as recommended above and repeat if new growth of leaves appear. Thorough coverage of all foliage is necessary to achieve desirable control. Best results are achieved from spring/early summer applications to actively growing young weeds. Weeds that are mature, dormant, or hardened due to moisture stress are more tolerant of herbicide treatments. Only contacted vegetation will be affected. Rainfall within one hour of application will reduce degree of control. Avoid application to reactive metals such as aluminum, tin, iron, or items such as fencing or lawn furniture in order to prevent staining, mottling, or otherwise interfering with finished metal surfaces.