EcoSense Weed B Gon Weed Control
garbage does not work
please do not buy it does not work.total garbage.save your money
May 20, 2013
does not work
please do not buy this .it does not work,a total waste of money
May 20, 2013
I applied the treatment about noon. The bottle, when attached to my fully turned on hose, ran out after about 3-5 min of spraying, so I only had time to do one sweep in as efficient a pattern as I could.
When spraying it leaves a slight brown tint on the ground, so you know where you have sprayed.
It rained lightly about 4 hours after I applied the product. The next morning it rained a little more.
I went out (noon the next day) and it looks like about 90% of the weeds have been killed. Generally the leaves look a dull green and the base of the plants look black.
I did not see the brown tint on the ground any more.
The most useful thing is that it killed dandelions that were otherwise invisible, hidden in the grass.
May 19, 2013
OK this is not a political sale pitch but its just sounds funny when you read it.
If your not liberal well you're going to get liberal because that's the way you have to apply this stuff.
You're not going to kill anything if you're going to be conservative during the application. hahahaha...
There are some things you need to take into consideration before choosing what format to get.
How much weed do you have in your yard? And how big a yard do you have?
I recommend thinking about this a bit because your not going to get the results you're looking for if you don't use the proper format and method of application.
If you have just a few spots here and there use the pre mixed
" -- spray applicators -- ",like the 5L and the 2L format
And I mean a few spots like maybe 50 to 100 dandelions or a small patch of another type of weed; 20' by 20' would be a small patch. If you have any trouble bending over use a pressurized herbicide sprayer, that way you don have to bend over so much and you will get a better coverage during application.
For anything less than that use the small 709ml format, this format is really just for a handful of dandelions or a weed here of there, more of a touch-up job after you have killed everything the year before.
Now for the regular to big jobs your going to have to use the 1L concentrated ready to spray format that you just connect to your garden hose and spray. If your yard is in any way near a decent size or if you have a moderate to sever weed problem or an annually recurring one your going to have to use this format.
You probably going to say no way I'm I paying this much for weed killer, but stop to thing how much you would pay a pro to come and spray your yard and that is if that service is still available in your area because of the new herbicide laws. Do the math and you will see it is worth the expense.
Now that you have chosen the format and your weapon of chose for application.
Do remember this single and most important rule.
Don't be a stingy dude, apply liberally and you will get the results you want.
No point in spending twice the money to kill the weeds with a second application when you could have just applied just a little more the first time.
And yes don't expect a total death count on all the weeds after the first application.
Some weeds just need that extra touch of death more than others.
Personally I use a combo attack, I use the 1L concentrated ready to spray format that you just connect to your garden hose as my first line of attack, I do the hole yard with it, but I stay clear of my flower and vegetable gardens because the spray is wide and not so precise with this bottle, then I do a second application but this time I use the pressurized herbicide sprayer that I have prepared with a premixed solution from the concentrate so that a can get in close to the borders of my gardens without getting any on the plants, and if after the second day I still see a few reluctant weeds that wont give up I use the pressurized herbicide sprayer again to finish them off.
Ounce you have the 1L format that you connect to your hose I find that you can just get the 1L refill format after, not all the store have the sprayer version so don't throw it away keep the bottle and get the refill.
Now remember, if your conservative during the application you're going to have to be liberal with the money
But if you liberal during the application you will have been conservative with the money. LOL
May 26, 2012