Scotts® Weed B Gon ® MAX Ready-to-Spray Weed Control
Overview & Benefits
Make weed control easy with Scotts® Weed B Gon ® MAX Ready-to-Spray Weed Control for Lawns. Just attach this ready-to-spray bottle to an ordinary garden hose and spray weeds until thoroughly wetted. Within several hours of application, you’ll see it start to work on a range of common lawn weeds, including dandelion, white clover, and creeping buttercup.* Scotts® Weed B Gon ® MAX Ready-to-Spray Weed Control for Lawns is formulated with 2% iron, so it KILLS WEEDS, NOT LAWNS.™ Spray your entire lawn or use as a spot treatment on pop-up weeds.
- Product Specs
1L of product will treat between 22.5 and 90 m2 (242 and 968 ft2).
Where to use
For use on lawn turf consisting of one or more of Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and fescue (tall fescue, chewing fescue, and/or creeping fescue) for control or suppression of broadleaf weeds.
How to use
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING.
Connect sprayer to hose
Turn on water
To begin spraying, point nozzle in the direction you want to spray.
With thumb slide trigger completely forward to the ON position.
To STOP spraying, slide thumb activation switch backward to OFF position.
Turn off water.
Relieve water pressure by sliding thumb switch to WATER position until water slows to a drip. Then, slide switch back to OFF position.
Disconnect sprayer from hose.
Spray weeds until foliage is thoroughly soaked, just to the point of runoff. Uniform coverage is important. A second application may be required.
Where not to use
Avoid spraying desirable plants. Any desirable plants or structures accidentally contacted should be rinsed immediately with water.
When to apply
Apply to actively growing weeds in the lawn.
How often to apply
Repeat treatment every 3 to 4 weeks if necessary, up to a maximum of 4 applications per year.
- Broadcast control for wide-spread lawn weed problems in convenient Ready-to-Spray format
- Controls dandelions and other broadleaf weeds without harming the grass
- See results within hours
Controls the following lawn weeds: Dandelion, English daisy, False dandelion, White clover, Black medic, Bull thistle, Canada thistle, Common chickweed, Creeping buttercup, Slender speedwell, Narrow-leaved plantain, Broad-leaved plantain (suppression only), Dove's-foot geranium, Lawn burweed, Moss, and Algae
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If for any reason you, the consumer, are not satisfied after using this product, you are entitled to get your money back. Simply send us evidence of purchase and we will mail you a refund check promptly. To contact us, visit our Help Center.
Causes slight eye irritation. Avoid contact with skin or clothing. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before eating, drinking, and chewing gum or chewing tobacco. Wear waterproof gloves during application or during mixing, loading, and repair/clean-up activities. DO NOT get in eyes. Avoid breathing vapour or spray mist. Prolonged or frequently repeated skin contact may cause allergic reactions in some individuals.
Do not reuse empty container. Dispose of empty container with household garbage. Unused or partially used products should be disposed at provincially or municipally designated hazardous waste disposal sites.
Kids & Pets
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Do not re-enter or allow re-entry into treated areas until the spray is dried.
Do not apply to drought stressed grass; ensure that the lawn is well watered prior to application.
Do not apply when the daytime temperature will exceed 30oC.
Do not apply to bentgrass. If unsure of grass sensitivity, test spray a small area of your lawn.
Do not apply to newly seeded areas until 4 or more weeks after grass seedlings have emerged.
To avoid staining, wait until treated area dries before re-entry.
Do not apply if rainfall is expected within 3 hours of application.
Do not irrigate within 3 hours of application.
What to Expect
Visible signs of control may be seen within hours after application. Susceptible weeds, moss or algae will turn brown or black. Occasionally a darkening of the grass leaf blades can occur after treatment; however the grass will recover within a few days to several weeks. May stain thatch (dead grass under lawn); this does not affect the health of the grass.