How To: Kill Weeds with Ortho® GroundClear®

Ortho® GroundClear® Vegetation Killer Concentrate

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Overview & Benefits

    • Kills weeds and stops new growth for up to 1 year
    • Eliminates unwanted vegetation from driveways, walkways, patios, fence rows and other areas for up to a year
    • Easy to apply with a sprinkling can or a tank spray

How to Use

Measure area to be treated. Calculate square feet by multiplying length times width.

Pour one quart into sprinkling can and add 1 gallon of water. Water evenly over 75 sq. ft.

Allow to soak into the ground, avoiding runoff to nearby desirable plants.

11When to Apply

Apply to bare ground or when weeds are actively growing.

If weeds are taller than 6 inches, cut down and remove before application.

For best results apply on a sunny day with temperatures above 60 degrees fahrenheit.

To block the growth of weeds under asphalt driveways, tennis courts, play areas and parking areas, apply before laying surface materials.

If the area is not evenly covered, there may be some germination of weeds.

How often to apply

When properly applied, one application will kill weeds for up to one year.

Where to Use

Eliminates unwanted vegetation from driveways, walkways, patios and fence rows

Where Not to Use

Do not use anywhere that you plan on planting or seeding desirable plants for at least a year.

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