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1 gal. Grass And Weed Killer Glyphosate Concentrate

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Model # 75324

Internet # 203112358

Get to the root and kill grass and weeds with Compare-N-Save 41% Glyphosate Concentrate Grass and Weed Killer. Use for lawn or garden replacement, on patios, walkways, or in and around fences and gardens to remove unwanted grass and weeds. The 1 gal. container will treat over 25,000 sq. ft. with visible results in as little as 2 to 4 days. Kills all grass and weeds.

  • Kills weeds and grass, roots and all
  • 1 gal. container provides up to 85 gal. of ready-to-use grass and weed killer to treat over 25,000 sq. ft.
  • Rainproof in 2 hours
  • Visible results in as little as 2 to 4 days
  • Contains 41% Glyphosate

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Container Size (oz.) 
128 
Coverage area (sq. ft) 
25000 
Product Depth (in.) 
3.875 
Product Height (in.) 
11.75 
Product Width (in.) 
7.125 
Details
Application Method 
Use a handheld, backpack or tank sprayer (not included) for easy application 
Application Type 
Sprayer Application 
Area of Use 
Driveway,Garden,Landscape Bed,Patio 
Concentrated or Ready to Use 
Concentrated 
Contact or systemic 
Contact 
Container type 
Bottle 
Equivalent ready to use amount 
Up to 85 gal. 
Extended Control 
No 
Fertilizer component 
No 
Form 
Liquid 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Outdoor 
Organic 
No 
Pet and livestock friendly 
No 
Post-emergent 
Yes 
Pre-emergent 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Safe for Edibles 
No 
Weed Type 
Bermuda Grass,Cocklebur,Dandelion,False Dandelion,Field Bindweed,Knapweed,Kudzu,Multiflora Rose,Orchardgrass,Pennywort,Poison Hemlock,Poison Oak,Poison Ivy,Quackgrass,Ragweed,Poison Sumac,Tall Fescue,Torpedograss,Trumpet Creeper,Virginia Creeper,Zoysia Grass,Annual Bluegrass,Beggarweed,Bur Clover,Bulbous Buttercup,Common Chickweed,Dog Fennel,Florida Pusley,Henbit,Annual Ryegrass,Horseweed,Knotweed,Lambsquarters,Mallow,Mouse-Ear Chickweed,Prostrate Spurge,Puncture Vine,Sandspur,Smartweed,Sow Thistle,Bahia Grass 

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Concentrated or Ready to Use: Concentrated
Review Rating: 4 & Up
Extended Control: No
Organic: No
Price: $20 - $30
Application Type: Sprayer Application
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How much of the product do you mix with a gallon of water

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June 28, 2015
I have noticed that several of the weed killers that I have purchased before have had several
variations of product per gallon of water depending on the strength needed. For a more thorough
kill it might be suggested to use more product--would anyone know how many ounces is needed
for the most effective mixture.
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May 31, 2016
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3-5 oz depending on the vegetation
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OK, so maybe I'm wrong, but the calculation should look like this, assuming 41% concentrate, then
in 1 Gallon of water, if the amount of glyphosate was to be 2%, then
(.02 gallons glyphosate [=desired 2% solution to apply]) * (128 oz per gallon [by definition]) * (1 oz. concentrate per 0.41 oz glyphosate [for 41% concentrate]) = .02*128 *(1/0.41)= 6.24 oz of concentrate.
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OK, so maybe I'm wrong, but the calculation should look like this, assuming 41% concentrate, then
in 1 Gallon of water, if the amount of glyphosate was to be 2%, then
(.02 gallons glyphosate [=desired 2% solution to apply]) * (128 oz per gallon [by definition]) * (1 oz. concentrate per 0.41 oz glyphosate [for 41% concentrate]) = .02*128 *(1/0.41)= 6.24 oz of concentrate.
"Units Cancel" Check:
Gallons Glyphosate * (Oz Glyphosate/Gallon Glyphosate) * (Oz. Concentrate/ Oz. Glyphosate) = Oz. Concentrate
So, for 2% Glyphosate Solution, 6.24 oz. of .41% Concentrate per gallon of water
for 4%, multiply conentrate by 2, so 4% solution requires 12.48 oz. of concentrate per gallon water.
And so on.
Is it possible that it wasn't working as well as RoundUp because you weren't really applying the 2.0% concentration that is in the RoundUp product? As a double check, I looked at the two 41% concentrate refills for a 1 Gallon Roundup container with the battery pump and guess what? They were each 7 oz. bottles. So there you go.... Read Less
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Answer: 
Mix varies on what type of weed you are trying to control. 41% is the active ingredient concentrate.
If you look at ready mixed products like Round-up the concentration is 2-3%. For the same results you need to use 3-4 ounces of the 41% per gallon water. For general grasses you can go with a lower concentrate and use 1.5 - 2 ounces per gallon water. It is just a dilution calculation.
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Mix varies on what type of weed you are trying to control. 41% is the active ingredient concentrate.
If you look at ready mixed products like Round-up the concentration is 2-3%. For the same results you need to use 3-4 ounces of the 41% per gallon water. For general grasses you can go with a lower concentrate and use 1.5 - 2 ounces per gallon water. It is just a dilution calculation.
PERCENT SOLUTION Desired
0.50% / 1% / 1.50% / 2% / 5%
2/3 oz / 1 1/3 oz / 2 oz / 2 2/3 oz / 6 1/2 oz (Amount 41% conc to add)
ADD to 1 gallon water
Used several brands all works about the same if mixed correctly and matched to right weed type. Read Less
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Tucson, Arizona
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February 3, 2016
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best way is to use it straight with dissolving will last up to 1 year
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Las Vegas, NV
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December 7, 2015
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Manufacturer recommends: 1.5 oz (3 tbs) per gal. of water for general weed control and 2.5 oz. (5 tbs.) for tougher weed control.
(FYI: I used a 2.5 oz. in a battery operated sprayer and it didn't work. Then I upped it to 5 oz. per gal. and it still didn't work! I just poured full strength on a couple of weeds to see if it will kill...still waiting.)
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There really is no uniform, all purpose mix ratio with these products. A lot depends on soil structure (loamy, clay, rocky, etc), and the type of vegetation you are trying to get rid of. In my case, I find a quart per gallon is good for general purposes (de-weeding stone driveways, walkways,etc). I'll use full strength soaking the ground around heavily rooted plants like Kudzu & poison oak. I recommend Read More
There really is no uniform, all purpose mix ratio with these products. A lot depends on soil structure (loamy, clay, rocky, etc), and the type of vegetation you are trying to get rid of. In my case, I find a quart per gallon is good for general purposes (de-weeding stone driveways, walkways,etc). I'll use full strength soaking the ground around heavily rooted plants like Kudzu & poison oak. I recommend trying different mixtures in small batches to see what works best in your environment. This stuff is strong so use carefully if ornamental or edible plants are nearby. Read Less
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2.5 oz
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Put as much as you want it will not work well.
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Answer: 
Hi Javaman,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Compare-N-Save™ uses the same chemical (glyphosate) at the same rate (41%) as the original, patented formula of Round-Up™. In fact, Round-Up Pro™ still uses the exact same concentration rate.
For best results on the widest variety of plants, apply Compare-N-Save™ at the dilution rate of 2.5oz. per gallon of water. This is also Read More
Hi Javaman,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Compare-N-Save™ uses the same chemical (glyphosate) at the same rate (41%) as the original, patented formula of Round-Up™. In fact, Round-Up Pro™ still uses the exact same concentration rate.
For best results on the widest variety of plants, apply Compare-N-Save™ at the dilution rate of 2.5oz. per gallon of water. This is also true for Round-Up Pro™.
Apply the mixture to the foliage of unwanted plants.
Thank you for asking,
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Will this product kill Blackberries?

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My back yard is over run with Blackberries that I cannot seem to get rid of.
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I've not actually tried it on blackberries but I suspect it would.
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don't know.
I expect it would if you follow directions
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This is a very strong product. If you saturate the ground around the plants, it should pretty much kill the roots stopping further growth for around a year. Treat the area when you are not expecting any rain for at least a few days for it to be most effective. It will kill any grass or vegetation in the area, so careful application is needed.
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the mfg directions say that it will - it has worked on everything i have used it on - its a little slow but it works
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June 27, 2015
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If you don't feel the need to follow the manufacturer's directions for mixture, this will kill about anything but trees! Make sure no animals or kids will be around it for a good couple of weeks. I used it to kill blackberries and some serious thick climbing ivy!
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Sprayer Cleanup after Use

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King, North Carolina
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What do you recommend for cleaning up the sprayer (tank sprayer) after use?
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Arrowhead Highlands, CA, USA
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Answer: 
Fairly straightforward... I am assuming the mixed solution has been completely used or at least discarded.
If the tank and hand pump unit are separate items, remove the pump unit from the tank and set it aside on a clean surface (you don't want to get dirt or debris in or on the pump unit or tank). Rinse the tank out completely with fresh water and discard this water into a drain, gutter, or pour where
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Fairly straightforward... I am assuming the mixed solution has been completely used or at least discarded.
If the tank and hand pump unit are separate items, remove the pump unit from the tank and set it aside on a clean surface (you don't want to get dirt or debris in or on the pump unit or tank). Rinse the tank out completely with fresh water and discard this water into a drain, gutter, or pour where it won't come into contact with plants you don't want to kill. Repeat this procedure two or three times(especially if you intend to use this sprayer in the future to spray insecticides, fertilizers, etc. your other plants).
Partially fill (two or so quarts) of fresh water into the tank and set aside. Thoroughly wash off the pump unit, then insert into the partially filled tank and seal. Lightly pressurize the tank and spray the fresh water through the spray head to clear residual glyphosate mix from the hose and spray wand. Carefully open the tank seal to relieve any remaining air pressure and remove the pump assembly, pour out the remaining water, and lightly rinse the pump and tank. Discard this water.
You are now ready to put your tank sprayer away.
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...Triple-rinse with water, and remember to run some through the hose & wand. Maybe add a few drops of mild dish soap or even a splash of household ammonia, probably overkill. Why triple-rinse? Say you have 1 oz of mixed product left (a LOT) and rinse with 100 oz of water. An ounce that's left is 1/100 concentration. Do that twice more and you've reduced it to 1/100 of 1/100 of 1/100, or one part per Read More
...Triple-rinse with water, and remember to run some through the hose & wand. Maybe add a few drops of mild dish soap or even a splash of household ammonia, probably overkill. Why triple-rinse? Say you have 1 oz of mixed product left (a LOT) and rinse with 100 oz of water. An ounce that's left is 1/100 concentration. Do that twice more and you've reduced it to 1/100 of 1/100 of 1/100, or one part per million.
...Maybe not exactly true for herbicide formulations that can settle out or are dissolved in an oil like kerosene, but most home products are water-soluble. Anyway, small sprayers are so inexpensive you're safer just buying and marking one for herbicide only (but still, rinse it out).
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Definitely if you plan on using it for something else. If you are just going to use the sprayer for weed killing then it's no big deal. Always remember to try and get all the pressure out of the sprayer when storing. So run it down until it seems like nothing is flowing, remember there is still air in there, move your face away and twist to let the rest out. Then lock it back in place. This will make the Read More
Definitely if you plan on using it for something else. If you are just going to use the sprayer for weed killing then it's no big deal. Always remember to try and get all the pressure out of the sprayer when storing. So run it down until it seems like nothing is flowing, remember there is still air in there, move your face away and twist to let the rest out. Then lock it back in place. This will make the seal last five times longer. Read Less
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Will this harm Bermuda grass?

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Yes. Unfortunately it won't eradicate it without repeated applications. If you're trying to protect Bermuda grass don't use glyphosate - if you aren't, water it well, don't mow for a week to allow a lot of leaf growth, and spray regrowth again in early fall when it's storing food in the roots. It will probably take two years.
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Oh yes...it WILL DEFINITELY KILL ANY GREEN GRASS. The glyphosate salts are designed to kill ANY green vegetation. If it can be absorbed by the leaves, it most likely WILL kill it.
It works by absorption into the circulation of the plant/tree, and is ultimately delivered to the roots where it does it's work.
In the case of specific plants (i.e.: trees, thick vines, resistant weeds, etc.), specialized
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Oh yes...it WILL DEFINITELY KILL ANY GREEN GRASS. The glyphosate salts are designed to kill ANY green vegetation. If it can be absorbed by the leaves, it most likely WILL kill it.
It works by absorption into the circulation of the plant/tree, and is ultimately delivered to the roots where it does it's work.
In the case of specific plants (i.e.: trees, thick vines, resistant weeds, etc.), specialized application instructions will have to be followed for application of the solution to the plant or tree.
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June 5, 2016
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Yes, this product will harm Bermuda grass.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 122 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product This weed killer really works. I've used it on tough to kill vegetation and brush in a wet area of my property and it is doing the job. The price was very reasonable. I was a bit disappointed in how long the delivery took but hind sight tells me it was worth the wait. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works As Good As The Name Brand Product The same active ingredient as Roundup but at a much lower price. I used a hose end sprayer to apply it to a wooded area to kill poison ivy and other underbrush. You'll see good results after about 2 weeks. May 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Weed Killer I read many reviews stating the this product would not kill weeds.. Well it does quite well, but it takes longer to do so than Roundup. I also increased the dose to 6oz per gallon from three. It takes about 14 days to kill the toughest weeds. Broad leaf weeds will wither within the seven day period, but sage, and some harder to kill weeds will take two weeks. For the price when compared to Roundup this is a good deal. I would, and will buy more when needed. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 1 GAL. GRASS AND WEED KILLER GLYPHOSATE CONCENTRATE Weed killer worked wonderful just s good as name brand. May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lower cost Roundup substitute How can you beat this deal? The "Compare & Save" weed killer is a fraction of the cost of the RoundUp "Super Concentrate" (41% vs. 50%). So, yes, you'll use a slight bit more, but the difference is negligible. One of my neighbors suggested this product after he had purchased and used it. Good deal all around. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Can't beat the price! Pretty much the same formulation as Round Up for a whole lot less money. Purchased online, I ordered enough that I avoided shipping charge. Sealed in a bag and packed in a box, the arrived in just a few days. Seems like a no brainer... May 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I MIXED WAY MORE THEY THEY SAY IN MY 2 GAL SPRAYER & ADDED 4 OZ ( 8 OZ ) AND SPRAYED SOME ON SOME EREAS TO TRY 4 DAYS AGO. --- WASTED MONEY- THIS WEED KILLER IS NOT WORTH ANY THING ----SPRAYED AN EAREA TO TES 4 DAYS AGO , NO CHANGE IN AREA I SPRAYED -----ROUND UP & SPETRACIDE WOULD KILL WHAT I SPRAYED IN 1V DAY---I HAD REATHER PAY THE DIFFERENCE TO FOR THESE OTHER 2----I MIXED 8 OZ IN A 2 GAL SPRAYER, OVER DOUBLE THAN IT STATES , THIS STUFF JUST AINT WORTH NOTHING , MIGHT AS WELL SPRAYED WATER ON THIS AREA----ROUND UP & SPECTISIDE WOULD KILL DANDILIONS OVER NIGHT & I SPRAYED A LOT OF THER & THERE STILL GROWING & NO CANGE IN THEM ----BUY THE GOOD STUFF & FORGET ABOUT THIS STUFF --- April 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome weed killer I have bought products in the past and they were not that effective. This product is Awesome!and it works immediately. After applying it in my yard, my neighbors were so impressed that they asked me to order them some. I ordered two more... May 17, 2016
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