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AK, HI, MA, NJ, VT
|Active Ingredient(s)|| |
2,4-D 2-ethylhexyl ester - 28.57% Carefentrazone-ethyl - 0.62% Mecoprop-p Acid - 5.88% Dicamba Acid - 1.71%
|Used For|| |
100 different Broad-leaf Weeds: Wild Violet, Clover, Garlic, Spurge, Plantain, Chickweed, Poison Oak and Ivy
SpeedZone Herbicide contains carfentrazone-ethyl, mecoprop-p and 2,4-D as the active ingredients. Separately, these chemical compounds do a good job of treating weed-infested lawns. Together, they work twice as fast and target more than 100 broadleaf weed species. SpeedZone goes to work within hours after it's applied and completely knocks down the weeds in less than two weeks.
Use SpeedZone herbicide on residential and commercial turf. It not only works well on established lawns but also on noncrop lands such as rights of way, roadsides and medians. It's labeled for use on both cool- and warm-season grasses and works great to keep weeds off:
SpeedZone herbicide treats more than 100 weed species ranging from chickweed to poison oak. Use it to kill stubborn broadleaf weeds such as spurge, wild garlic and clover. Refer to the label for a more complete list.
When SpeedZone herbicide contacts the weeds, the active ingredients penetrate the plants. Visible results such as cupping and discoloration occur within hours as the ingredients continue to kill the plants for more than a week. It's applied as a foliar spray, safe for use on residential lawns and targets the most troublesome broadleaf weeds on Kentucky bluegrass and other turf.
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.
For additional information on this product please reference the CDMS label database listed belowSDS/Labels
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