Ortho® WeedClear™ Lawn Weed Killer Ready-to-Use with Comfort Wand
Overview & Benefits
Ortho® WeedClear™ Lawn Weed Killer Ready-to-Use kills all types of weeds (as listed) without harming your lawn (when used as directed). The formula is rainproof in 1 hour and is fast-acting--you'll see results in just one application. It kills over 200 weeds down to the roots, including dandelion, chickweed, clover, crabgrass, and foxtail.
Easily apply to weeds using the attached battery-powered Comfort Wand. For use on grasses, including Bermudagrass, Buffalograss, Fescues, Kentucky Bluegrass, Ryegrass, and Zoysiagrass. Use Ortho® WeedClear™ Lawn Weed Killer to kill weeds to the roots!
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- Product Specs
- Kill weeds in your lawn, including dandelion, chickweed, clover, crabgrass, and foxtail with the Ortho® WeedClear™ Lawn Weed Killer
- Fast-acting, with results in one application
- Kills weeds to the roots but won't harm the lawn (when used as directed)
- For use on grasses, including Bermudagrass, Buffalograss, Fescues, Kentucky Bluegrass, Ryegrass, and Zoysiagrass
- Apply to weeds using the attached battery-powered Comfort Wand
How to use
To apply Ortho® WeedClear™ Lawn Weed Killer Ready-to-Use:
1. Prepare the sprayer. Remove the battery powered wand from the side clip, unwrap the hose completely, and remove protective strip from battery compartment to activate batteries. Then insert the plug at the end of the hose into the spout on the cap until it clicks and flip up the spout. Spout must remain open while spraying. Next, flip open the wand until it locks into position.
2. Select your spray pattern. Twist the nozzle to the desired setting.
3. Spray. Point the wand away from your body and hold the trigger for a continuous spray, releasing the trigger to stop sprating. To spot treat, aim at center of weed and spray lightly to cover.
Where to use
Ortho® WeedClear™ Lawn Weed Killer is intended for the treatment of individual weeds, patches of weeds, or sparse weeds scattered throughout the following established turfgrass types: Kentucky bluegrass, ryegrass, tall fescue, fine fescues, Bermudagrass, zoysiagrass, and buffalograss.
Where not to use
This residential outdoor herbicide is not intended for use on the following grasses: St. Augustinegrass, Bahiagrass, Bentgrass, Centipedegrass, Carpetgrass, Seashore paspalum, Lawns with desirable clovers or legumes, Dichondra, ornamental plants (flowers, trees, groundcovers, landscape beds and shrubs), certain Turfgrass species, and tardens including vegetables, fruit trees, vines and berries.
When to apply
- The best time to apply this product is when weeds are small and actively growing in the spring or fall. Apply when daytime temperatures are between 45 degrees and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Do not apply above 85 degrees Fahrenheit for Bermudagrass. For new lawns, apply only when grass has reached a height of a least 2 inches.
- Avoid applications during the spring transition of the warm season grasses and during periods of extremely high temperatures.
How often to apply
Certain hard-to-kill weeds may need to be spot treated in 14 days after first application.
Crabgrass, large and smooth; Foxtail, green, yellow and giant; Kikuyugrass; Signalgrass, broadleaf; Annual yellow sweet clover; Aster; Austrian fieldcress; Bedstraw; Beggarticks; Betony, Florida; Bindweed, field; Bird vetch; Bitter wintercress; Bittercress, hairy; Bitterweed; Black-eyed Susan; Black medic; Black mustard; Blackseed plantain; Blessed thistle; Bloodflower milkweed; Blue lettuce; Blue vervain; Bracted plantain; Brassbuttons; Bristly oxtongue; Broad leaf dock; Broad leaf plantain; Broomweed; Buckhorn; Buckhorn plantain; Bulbous buttercup; Bull thistle; Bullnettle; Burclover; Burdock; Burning nettle; Burweed; Buttercup; Buttonweed; Canada thistle; Carolina geranium; Carpetweed; Catch weed bedstraw; Catnip; Catsear; Chickweed, common; Chickweed, mouseear; Chicory; Cinquefoil; Clover, crimson; Clover, hop; Clover, red; Clover, strawberry; Clover, sweet; Clover, white; Cockle; Cocklebur; Common mullein; Creeping Jenny (Creeping Charlie); Cud weed; Curly dock; Daisy, English; Daisy flea bane; Daisy, ox eye; Dandelion; Dichondra; Dogbane; Dogfennel; Dollarweed; False dandelion; Falseflax; False sunflower; Fiddleneck; Florida pusley; Frenchweed; Galinsoga; Goathead; Goldenrod; Ground ivy; Gumweed; Hairy fleabane; Hawkweed; Healall; Heartleaf drymary; Heathaster; Hedge bindweed; Hedge mustard; Hemp; Henbit; Hoary cress; Hoary plantain; Hoary vervain; Horsenettle; Jimsonweed; Knawel; Knotweed; Kochia; lambsquarters; lespedeza; Mallow; Matchweed; Mexicanweed; Milk vetch; Momingglory; Mouseear hawkweed; Mugwort; Musk thistle; Mustard; Narrowleaf plantain; Narrowleaf vetch; Nettle; Orange hawkweed; Oriental cocklebur; Oxalis; Parsley-pier!; Parsnip; Pearl wort; Pennycress; Pennywort; Peppergrass; Pepperweed; Pigweed; Pineywoods bedstraw; Plains coreopsis (tickseed); Plantain; Poison ivy; Poison oak; Pokeweed; Poorjoe; Prairie sunflower; Prickly lettuce; Prickly sida; Prostrate knotweed; Prostrate pigweed; Prostrate spurge; Prostrate vervain; Puncturevine; Purslane, common; Ragweed; Red sorrel; Red root pigweed; Redstem filaree; Rough cinquefoil; Rough fleabane; Russian pigweed; Russian thistle; Scarlet pimpernel; Scotch thistle; Sheep sorrel; Shepherd's purse; Slender plantain; Smallflower galinsoga; Smooth dock; Smooth pig weed; Sorrel; Sowthistle; Spanishneedles; Speedwell; Spiny amaranth; Spiny cocklebur; Spiny sowthistle; Spotted catsear; Spotted spurge; Spurweed; Stinging nettle; Strawberry, India mock; Tall nettle; Tall vervain; Tansy ragwort; Tansy mustard; Tanweed; Thistle; Trailing crownvetch; Tumble mustard; Tumble pigweed; Velvetleaf;Venice mallow; Virginia buttonweed;Virginia creeper;Virginia pepperweed; Wavyleaf bullthistle; Western clematis; Western salsify; White mustard; Wild aster;Wild buckwheat; Wild carrot; Wild four-o'clock; Wild garlic; Wild geranium; Wild lettuce; Wild marigold; Wild mustard; Wild onion; Wild parsnip; Wild radish; Wild rape; Wild strawberry; Wild sweet potato; Wild vetch;Wild violet; Woodsorrel; Woolly croton; Woolly morningglory; Woolly plantain; Worrnseed; Yarrow;Yellow rocket; Yellowfiower pepperweed
Eliminate weeds without compromising surrounding ecosystems by avoiding product drift and runoff. During treatments, remain aware of nearby storm drains, drainage ditches, gutters, or surface waters.
If for any reason you, the consumer, are not satisfied with this product, mail us proof of purchase to obtain a full refund of your purchase price.
Please avoid contact with eyes, skin, or clothing by wearing a long-sleeved shirt, pants, socks, shoes, and rubber gloves during application. Following application, wash thoroughly with soap and water and change clothing before resuming normal activities.
When the container is empty, dispose of in trash or rinse over the treatment area and place in recycling if available. If some herbicide remains in the container, call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Under no circumstances should the unused product be disposed of down any indoor or outdoor drain. This container is non-refillable.
Kids & Pets
It is safe for pets and humans to reenter the space once the herbicide has thoroughly dried.
For best results, delay mowing 2 days before and 2 days after the application of this product.
This is not the product label. Always read and follow the product label before use.
Protect the desirable plants in your yard by avoiding a fine mist spray, as this can drift and raises the risk for injury to surrounding species.
If your lawn is looking a little thirsty, water 24 hours prior to application. To avoid potential runoff, do not water 24 hours after treatment.
What to Expect
You can expect results after only one treatment. Applications made to Bermudagrass may result in temporary yellowing or discoloration. Certain hard-to-kill weeds may need to be spot treated in 14 days after first application.
- 2,4-D, dimethylamine salt: 0.313%
- Quinclorac: 0.104%
- Dicamba, dimethylamine salt: 0.029%