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2.5 gal. Grass and Weed Killer Glyphosate Concentrate

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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 2.5 gal. container will treat over 63,000 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
  • 2.5 gal. container provides up to 210 gal. of ready-to-use grass and weed killer to treats over 63,000 sq. ft.
  • Rainproof in 2 hours
  • Visible results in as little as 2 to 4 days
  • Contains 41% glyphosate

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I mixed a gallon water to 2.5 oz weed killer and it did nothing. How do i mix it to kill grass and weeds?

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It is a very slow working weed killer ,I used it and it took a good 3 weeks before any sign
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April 14, 2016
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Certain types of hard brush plants will not be affected by Glyphosate, such as cactus, mesquite, green briar, etc. Those require a different type of herbicide. Be sure what you are trying to kill is listed by this product. Another thing, is that the effectiveness is delayed by cooler air temperature. It works best in warm to hot weather. Most plants will start to become wilted or browned in 5 to 10 Read More
Certain types of hard brush plants will not be affected by Glyphosate, such as cactus, mesquite, green briar, etc. Those require a different type of herbicide. Be sure what you are trying to kill is listed by this product. Another thing, is that the effectiveness is delayed by cooler air temperature. It works best in warm to hot weather. Most plants will start to become wilted or browned in 5 to 10 days. Read Less
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July 14, 2015
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I used 4 oz. per gallon and it worked.
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July 13, 2015
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How long did you wait? It takes a couple of weeks to work.
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That is a strong mix... if the plants are a sturdy or resilient it might take longer. Be sure to not spray right before a rain or sprinkle or have the sprinklers come on. I know from my personal experience that I mixed 6 ounces for 3 gallons & it took over a week before I noticed anything here in Montana. I also had late evening sprinkles & I did notice that when this happened it took a lot longer like 3 Read More
That is a strong mix... if the plants are a sturdy or resilient it might take longer. Be sure to not spray right before a rain or sprinkle or have the sprinklers come on. I know from my personal experience that I mixed 6 ounces for 3 gallons & it took over a week before I noticed anything here in Montana. I also had late evening sprinkles & I did notice that when this happened it took a lot longer like 3 weeks long but it did kill em! Hope this helped. Read Less
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June 15, 2015
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Recommendations on the product is 2.5 oz per gallon which works for me but, it takes a good week before they start showing signs of dying, and brown and crispy in 2-3 weeks. My last spray I used 4 oz per gallon and it was showing signs of dying the very next day and was crispy by 1 week. I would recommend using 3-4 oz per gallon unless you are ok waiting 3 weeks for it to be completely dead.
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May 10, 2015
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Give it a week to 10 days
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Does this work on poison ivy?

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Yes it will
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April 14, 2016
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Poison Ivy, and sumac are listed by this product. Plants with a waxy leaf type coating resist absorption of Glyphosate so you may have to mix it a bit less diluted and spray the plant a second time about 2 weeks later to assure a complete kill. Older, more heavily rooted plants sometime need double application. But generally I had very good success getting rid of poison ivy using this product.
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Hello Damoly. Absolutely! Will take between 1-2 weeks for it to be noticeable. This stuff kills whatever it contacts so be careful. Also be careful not to spray right before any anticipated rain. Hope this Helped
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August 10, 2015
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Yes, this product will kill poison ivy.
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what is diution ratio?

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It depends on what you are doing. You can read the label http://raganandmassey.com/product/compare-n-save-concentrate-grass-weed-killer-41-glyphosate/ here
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I use 3 oz per gallon, that is my calculation based upon the recommended use.
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I used 4 oz. per gallon in a hose sprayer. It was quick and easy! It states not to use a sprayer, but it worked great and I will continue to do it this way. Good luck.
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The Company's Dilution Ratio is 1.5oz per 1 Gallon of water in a Tank Sprayer for normal easy non tough weeds... And 2.5oz per 1 Gallon of water for tough weeds... (I can always spot those they're wearing Leather Jackets) - I mix up approx 3 Gallon at a shot because of my Spray Container holds that much. I measure out 8-10oz for a full Sprayer Fill.
2.5 Gallons of this Stuff lasts quite a while & works, Read More
The Company's Dilution Ratio is 1.5oz per 1 Gallon of water in a Tank Sprayer for normal easy non tough weeds... And 2.5oz per 1 Gallon of water for tough weeds... (I can always spot those they're wearing Leather Jackets) - I mix up approx 3 Gallon at a shot because of my Spray Container holds that much. I measure out 8-10oz for a full Sprayer Fill.
2.5 Gallons of this Stuff lasts quite a while & works, PERIOD! Read Less
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Is this product safe for children and pets?

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There are no entry restrictions to sprayed areas for people or animals once the spray has dried.
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Usually safe after at least 48 hours. apply when no rain in sight for at least 24 hrs. I keep my dog out of the acre area for a day and it has not bothered her.
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No, it's poison!
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My experience is to lean towards the safer side, So NO, this isn't safe around kids or pets until it has had the time to dry onto the plant or where you sprayed.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 205 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product. Great Price I have a 2500 square-foot garden so I needed a lot of Roundup to kill the grass between the rows of my vegetables Round up was so expensive it was prohibitive I was doubtful about this brand at first and even more so when I saw that the mixing ratio was so much less but I went with it and couldn't be more pleased. The product works as well as round up for a fraction of the cost. Also bought their systemic insecticide for my crape Myrtle trees that have Bark scale and it cured it July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Systemic Vegetation Killer Given individual circumstances differ, this product will work as advertised. For tall grasses and other stubborn vegetation I apply a second application ONLY after the first treatment yellowing-down (about 2-3 days) has started and always when I'm reasonably certain of dry weather for about 3 hours. One must also realize that adjacent machine cutting/tilling, birds and winds can disburse NEW grass/weed seed into the area you've treated and so you may have to walk it and spot-treat to maintain what I call a 'matted -down dead-zone'. I use a 50% increase in recommended mixture strength as I want to kill material when it's tall and will result in a densely-matted mix of lengthy browned-out dead grasses/weed. Another reason I increase the mix ratio is that I apply starting at false-dawn to beat the summer heat as I'm well into my late 70s. When you start early the vegetation is full-wet with DEW. It dilutes your mix upon contact and you should realize and allow for that. Not so later on in the morning. This systemic product leaves the top growth and roots intact, a decided advantage to a deeply-matted and stabile area being held for future use (gravel access road/path, veggie/floral plantings, whatever). One key word - PATIENCE. This is NOT a poisonous contact herbicide. It's a systemic that requires uptake by the plant top-growth down through to the roots. I treat large areas by creating staked sections and treating them TWICE. Then 2-3 days later I moved two of my four stakes and have marked the adjacent section I'll work. Then I hand-pump spray that one with a first coat application. Easy! August 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WORKS AS ADVERTISED IF YOU INCREASE MIX RATIO BY 50% (and apply twice as insurance) Live in Middle TN area and have all manner of tough weeds plus tall fescue, etc. I use a small 3gal. hand-pump spray unit. I select isolated sections to treat one at a time and on a day when no rain is expected for at least 3 hours after spraying. I'm older (79) and so start in the very early morning allowing myself 1 1/2hrs.application time to beat the heat. Misting the product on when the dew is still on the vegetation is NOT a detriment. I skip 1 day and repeat this application again. Every time, as I start the second application, I can already see the vegetation starting to 'yellow-out', meaning dieback has already commenced. By two days after the second application the turf is browned-out and starting to fall over and mat-down. That is, FOR ME, a decided advantage and one reason I apply carefully, slowly and thoroughly with overlapping figure-eights, ESPECIALLY on the first application. The matting down stops new windblown weed/grass seed from taking root easily and growing. In the period of June through to mid-September I'll inspect areas for any signs of new green growth and spot-spray these. That shoud be the extent of maintenance. My intent is to maintain this matted down barrier and just parallel to it spread some clean topsoil about 2' wide and scatter a mix of wildflower seed that can be bought in lb.bulk. I'll do that in the third week of August and again in the very early AM hours to beat the heat AND before the winds come up here in the hollows. Without the vegetation competition on one side the wildflowers (annual/perennial mix) should dense up in the first fall growth season and increase in later years with the perennials taking over more and more. You MUST realize that this is NOT a CONTACT-TO-KILL weed/grass killer (which is more dangerous to use). It's a SYSTEMIC killer and works by being absorbed by the plant growth and clogging-up the internal pathways of plant nutrition/absorption so the plants dies down to the root. IT WORKS! And is of minimal risk after 24 hours, safe after 48 hours and is great for animal pasture fence base ground control and weed/grass control alongside long gravel driveways too.. July 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by grass and weed killer I have not yet used this product, but you can't beat the value. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It works. Great Value Does the job. Much more cost effective than other leading brands of weed killer. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by weed killer This is the best weed killer on the market. I use it every year and get great results every time. I would not waste my money or time using anything else. May 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by As good as Roundup Been using this for 3 years. Works great on everything from normal weeds to light brush.1.5 oz/gal kills most weeds in 5-7 days. Stronger = faster. May 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Save and Effective I have 3,000 acres where I manage weeds. This is my number one tool for that purpose. It is effective on most weeds. It works well with drill and inject, cut stump or spray. Don't expect to see wilting or other signs right away. The mode of action doesn't produce immediate effects. But ten days to two weeks later all the weeds are dead. The trade-off is that this is the safest herbicide I have found when used as directed. The LD50 of 5,000 is midway between NaCl (3,000) and H2O (7,000). The short residual allows for planting or recruitment of other plants right away. No motility means it stays put and will not travel through the soil to desirable plants. Of coarse, always follow label directions and use PPE. March 15, 2016
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