Roundup® For Lawns6 Ready-to-Spray
Overview & Benefits
Roundup® For Lawns6 is a formula designed specifically for southern grasses that kills weeds, not the lawn! It controls over 90 common lawn weeds, roots and all, and works fast on hard-to-kill weeds such as dollarweed, dandelion, clover and yellow nutsedge. It can be used with confidence on even the most delicate southern grasses, such as Floratam and Centipede. The ready-to-spray applicator is great for broadcast application to your entire lawn and covers up to 6000 square feet. This fast acting formula kills on contact and destroys weeds down to the root so they don't come back. In addition, its rainproof in as little as 4 hours! Roundup® For Lawns6 is a simple step towards a beautiful, weed free lawn.
Specially Formulated for Southern Grass Types
Roundup For Lawns6 was designed to kill weeds, not your lawn. This formula works great on southern grasses like Bermuda, Centipedegrass, Zoysia and St. Augustine grass — including Floratam!
Kills the Toughest Weeds Down to the Root
Apply Roundup For Lawns4 to actively growing weeds during early growth stages. The fast-acting formula gets right down to the root, so weeds won’t come back.
Kills Over 90 Listed Weeds
All-in-one weed control kills dollarweed, dandelion, clover and even yellow nutsedge!
- Product Specs
- For use on Southern grasses including Floratam & Centipede
- Kills weeds, not the lawn
- Kills dollarweed, dandelion, clover and yellow nutsedge
- Kills 93 types of weeds
- Kills the root. Guaranteed*
- Starts working immediately
How to use
Ready the Spray Hose-End Sprayer. Measure the entire area to be sprayed. For rectangular areas, multiply the length by width to obtain the total square feet of your lawn. Follow the directions on the label for the application amount based on the size of the area to be sprayed. Spray evenly over the entire measured area.
Connect:Shake well before using. Connect sprayer to the hose. Turn on the water. Extend the hose to farthest area of the measured area to be treated.
Spray: To begin spraying, point the nozzle in the direction you want to spray. Slide the thumb activation switch forward to the ON position. Spray evenly over the measured area.
Finish:To STOP spraying, slide thumb activation switch backward to the OFF position. Turn of the water. Relieve the water pressure by sliding thumb switch to WATER ONLY position until water slows to a drip. Slide switch back to the OFF position. Disconnect sprayer from the hose.
Where to use
Roundup® For Lawns6 may be used on established lawns, vacant lots, playgrounds and other similar areas where broadleaf weeds are present. It will control weeds in St. Augustinegrass (including Floratam), Bermudagrass, buffalograss, centipedegrass, seashore paspalum, bahiagrass, zoysiagrass, Kentucky bluegrass, tall fescue, and red or fine leaf fescues.
To avoid turf injury, use this product only on turfgrass that is reasonably free of stress from diseases, insects, excess heat or cold, drought or excess rainfall/irrigation, shaded areas, low soil pH, nematodes, improper mowing or improper applications of fertilizer and pesticides. Injury can occur if this product is applied under any of these or other stress conditions.
Where not to use
Do not use on bentgrass, carpetgrass, dichondra, and lawns with desirable clovers or other desirable legumes, or on ornamentals (flowers, trees, groundcovers, landscape beds and shrubs).
Avoid applying in the fall or winter unless turf stunting can be tolerated.
When to apply
Applications made when ambient temperatures are above 90 F (85 F for st. Augustinegrass) may cause undesirable turf injury. Do not apply at these temperatures unless temporary turf injury can be tolerated.
The best time for broadleaf weed applications is when weeds are young, actively growing, and soil moisture is adequate. Normally a single application is sufficient to control broadleaf weeds in these conditions. Two applications may be necessary for hard-to-control weeds, dense infestations of perennial weeds, for adverse/extreme environmental conditions, or for hardened-off and mature weeds.
To avoid turf injury, use this product only on turfgrass that is reasonably free of stress from diseases, insects, excess heat or cold, drought or excess rainfall/irrigation, shaded areas, low soil pH, nematodes, improper mowing or improper applications of fertilizer and pesticides.
How often to apply
Maximum rate per application is 10.6 fl.oz. per 1000 sq.ft. [0.40 lb 2,4-D ae per acre, 0.046 lb penoxsulam per acre, 0.11 lb dicamba ae per acre, and 0.046 lb sulfentrazone per acre]. Maximum rate per season is 21.2 fl.oz. per 1000 sq.ft. [0.80 lb 2,4-D ae per acre, 0.092 lb penoxsulam per acre, 0.22 lb dicamba ae per acre, and 0.092 lb sulfentrazone per acre]. Do not apply more than 2 broadcast treatments per season. A minimum of 30 days is required between applications.
*Consumer Guarantee: If for any reason you are not satisfied after using this product, simply send us original proof of purchase, and we will refund the purchase price.
Do not contaminate water, food, or feed by storage and disposal.
Store in original container in a locked storage area. Keep from freezing.
Container is non-refillable. Do not reuse or refill this container. If Empty: Place in trash or offer for recycling if available. If Partly Filled: Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain.
Kids & Pets
People and pets may enter treated area after spray has dried.
This is not the product label. Always read and follow the product label before use.
32 oz. Ready-to-Spray
If dry conditions exist, water at least 8 hours before and 8 hours following the application.
0.14% Penoxsulam, 0.14% Sulfentrazone, 1.46% 2, 4-D, dimethylamine salt, 0.41% Dicamba, dimethylamine salt