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Ornamec Pint Grass Killer

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  • Kills unwanted grass without harming
  • Effective on over 500 grass species
  • Comes with separate bottle of surfactant
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Product Description

ORNAMEC gets rid of unwanted grass without injury to desirable broadleaf plants, conifers, newly emerging ornamentals and recent transplants. Stops growth in 48 hours, kills completely in 1 - 3 weeks.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002HJ805Y
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,186 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Customer Reviews

So far I have had success with this product.
Daystepper
I had used Turflon for many years and at best it would surpress Bermuda grass some, but Ornamec will kill bermuda grass.
Jack Gillespie
I called them to complain and they blamed me for mixing it wrong.
George Schaaf

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Mike on August 21, 2010
I first tried Ornamec a few years ago to try and rid my fescue lawn of bermudagrass; I applied it once and was disappointed with the results. Two years later I tried again, following the directions closer this time - success! You have to be persistant and apply it as the directions say - one application will not do it. I'm in VA so I'll have to wait until fall to replant fescue in some areas, but the areas that still have fescue are doing good - the bermudagrass has died back and the fescue is growing strong. The bottle of surfacant that comes with it is too small for the entire bottle; you'll have to buy another before you run out of Ornamec.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By T. Jones on July 5, 2011
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If you've got bermuda, then this is probably your best bet. This stuff works, but you must follow the directions. You must spray when the offensive grass is actively growing. This means spring or fall for bermuda. You also must water the grass the day before, or spray the day after a rain.

You have to also keep in mind that bermuda is a very difficult grass to kill, and will require multiple applications. The ornamec killed everything that I sprayed everytime. However the next wave would show up in 2-3 weeks. So I sprayed again. Killing bermuda isn't a one time affair.

Also keep in mind that while this stuff won't kill fescue, it will stunt it. So expect your grass to halt or go dormant for some time. Also, it can stunt other things as well. I had quite a few wildflowers and sunflowers that appear a bit mis-shapened. I have the same flowers planted in different regions of my yard, and the only mis-shapen ones are where I sprayed the ornamec.

It also has a very strong smell. I wear a full respirator, goggles and pants whenever I use this stuff. I also avoid the sprayed area for 2-3 days...
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By I. Garden on September 26, 2011
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I have used Ornamec for years to control unwanted grass around broadleaved plants. It is great at getting rid of grass trying to crowd its way into my flowers, landscape shrubs and garden beds. It is a bit slow in its action. It also can take two applications to get the job done. I know of no other product that can be sprayed in flower beds and near shrubs that will kill grasses and not kill the plants I want growing. It is a real time and back saver. If I had to try to eradicate the grasses by hand, well, it might not get done. Ornamec makes it easy. The correct mixture for spraying is 1 tablespoon of Ornamec in a gallon of water. You also must use 2 teaspoons of the aqua-zorb in each gallon. Somehow the aqua-zorb makes it much more effective.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Maurice Lafferty on August 22, 2010
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In those long lost days before Ralph Nader tried to save the world from progress, I relied on DowPon grass killer and it worked great especially on dichondra lawns. Unfortunately EPA or somebody equally complicit killed the product. Now I live in an area where xeriscaping is a necessity and cheat grass grows from the sidewalk and pavement and everywhere I plant a shrub. I had my doubts about Ornamec working but it did and very well leaving me totally amazed. They are the good guys to deal with too. I had some leakage in one shipment they sent and they replaced it immediately without even a question. How often does that happen anymore?
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Sharon on January 31, 2012
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This stuff killed my Bermuda grass with just one application. I had heard that you might have to apply it twice - once in the spring and then again in the fall - but that was not the case with me. I made sure to spray it thoroughly the first time and it worked great. In fact, we spent many hours last spring and fall reseeding the lawn where the Bermuda grass had once been.

Don't wait too long like we did. I thought Ornamec was too expensive so I tried regular weed killer and cheaper stuff, but the Bermuda grass kept coming back. By the time I bought this, it had taken over large areas of my lawn and re-seeding was a chore.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By JoshCube on March 25, 2013
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I used another product for "controlling Bermuda grass in ornamental lawns" and all it did was stop the expansion of the Bermuda for one season, so I was skeptical about Ornamec. To my delight Ornamec worked wonderfully. Like other reviewers have stated, you need to follow the directions. If anything, I mixed mine slightly stronger than the directions called for. I applied once and the Bermuda turned yellow within 72 hours. I waited two weeks and applied again (per the suggestion of other reviewers) and a week later the Bermuda was dead, dead, dead. My fescue survived no problem and without discoloration (there is a disclaimer about temporary discoloration on the bottle). I also sprayed the product around roses in a flowerbed where the Bermuda had invaded and they were unharmed. That treatment was at the end of last summer and now six months later the Bermuda is starting to come back in a couple tiny patches, but it is stunted and sickly looking. I have enough left in the bottle for a Spring treatment and I'm confident that the Bermuda will finally be eradicated after this go around.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Lois Feron on January 3, 2013
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This is a pretty serious chemical and requires extra carefulness to use it. I have used it around ornamentals. I have used it on ornamentals infested with Bermuda Grass. Happy is the gardener who watches the plants that have been struggling to survive Bermuda Grass infestations start to thrive when relieved of this burden. I did a Fall application with about an 90% success rate. I will try an application next Spring but I am not expecting such good results based on what I've read about timing applications. Thus far my ornamentals have been unaffected by being sprayed with this chemical.
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