Triple Threat Selective Weed Killer
Triple Threat Selective Weed Killer is
a selective broadleaf herbicide that will control weed such as Bindweed, Burdock, and Canada Thistle.
You can dilute Triple Threat Weed Killer with water as it is highly concentrated to save
you money. When diluted to the correct amount as stated in the
directions, Triple threat herbicide will not only eliminate broadleaf
weeds such as dandelions and morning glory but also woody brush weeds
such as poison ivy, poison oak, sumac and honeysuckle.
absolutely tremendous because 1 concentrated gallon gallon diluted in
50 gallons of water will cover a large area up to an acre.
All of the directions are on the label
so you know what dilution ratio is needed for weeds such as
frenchweed,ground ,hawkweed,healall,henbit jimsonweed, knotweed,
lamsquarter and mallow.
Here are the active ingredients in
Triple Threat Selective broadleaf weed killer:
MCPP, 2, 4-D and 2, 4-DP to give you
complete broadleaf and woody brush weed control.
Triple threat is an EPA registered
Another main feature of this selective
weed killer is that it is for use on golf courses and ornamental turf
areas. If you have another area with well landscaped turf around
buildings, at home, or at fence lines, sometime weeds like
muster,Pennywort, Peppergrass, Pigweed Plantain, Poison Ivy,
Purslane, Poison Oak, Ragweed, Sheep Sorrel, Smartweed, spurge, and thistle grow there. To
eliminate them pick up a gallon of Triple Threat and keep those weeds
From time to time during the growing
season other weed species can infiltrate your well manicured lawns,
turf, and landscaping. Weeds such as Wild Aster,Wild Carrot,Wild
Garlic, wild onion, and wood sorrel can be hard to control.
Using a broad spectrum selective weed
killer herbicide like Triple Threat will make you job a lot easier so
you can get back to doing what you like to do.
Real important: Don’t
forget - Do not apply Triple Threat to Dicondra, Lippia, St. Augustine
and Clover lawns. Doing so will ruin these desirable grasses.
Some of the new weed research suggests
that applying a selective weed killer in the early fall can give
better control of winter annual weeds. However, there is nothing to
suggest that such early application would control spring-emerging
Also if the area in which you reside
has an infestation of poison ivy every year it's good to be ready to
stop poison ivy growth before it gets out of hand. Having a gallon of
Triple Threat weed killer will be all you need to control it at the
height of the poison ivy growing season which usually peaks in June -
EPA REGULATIONS AND LAWS:
TRIPLE THREAT IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN THESE STATES:
AK, CA, CT, DE, HI, ME, ND, RI, VT
*AR - Pesticide and applicator license required to sell Barren and Triple Threat
*CO - Pesticide Dealers license is required to sell Vacate, Weed Easy, Barren or Turf King
*NE - Any person that distributes or sells pesticides must obtain a pesticide license.
*NM - A pesticide dealers license is required to sell Barren
*TX - A pesticide dealers license is required to sell Banish, Turf king, and Triple Threat in all sizes. A pesticides dealers license is required to sell Weed Easy in > 3 lb containers, and/or Barren in > or equal to 5 Gallons.
*WA - A pesticide dealers license is required to sell Barren, turf King. A pesticides dealers license is required to sell Eliminator and Zap-It in Benton, Franklin, and Walla Walla Counties. A pesticides dealers license is required to sell Triple Threat in containers > 1 Gallon.
*VA - Cannot ship into certain areas. Please call us to confirm
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