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Avenger Organics, Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate, For Organic Gardening, 32 oz
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- FAST ACTING – Kills weeds with visible results in less than 2 hours. Works in cool & cloudy conditions (as low as 40 Deg F)
- SAFE - Highly biodegradable – dissipates quickly, it is non-toxic and can be used in areas near to people, pets and wildlife
- EASE OF USE - Emulsion technology enables visual references of your spray target. Sprayed areas can be planted within hours of use
- ORGANIC HERBICIDE - Made from oranges, lemons and other citrus fruits. A pleasant citrus aroma. Does not stain brick, concrete or pavement
- EFFECTIVE - The active ingredient d-limonene (citrus oil) naturally strips away the waxy plant cuticle, causing it to dehydrate and die
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Controls most weeds, grasses and broadleaves including: Spurge, Sowthistle, Redroot Pigweed, Tumbling Pigweed,
Annual Bluegrass, Shepherd’s Purse, Common Purselane, Common Chickweed, Clover, Hairy Fleabane, Crabgrass, Smooth Crabgrass,
Dandelion, Whitestem Filaree, Bermuda Grass, Bindweed, Shepherds Purse, Prickly Lettuce, Lambsquarters and Little Mallow.
EPA registered & approved
Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) listed product. OMRI provides organic certifiers, growers, manufacturers, and
suppliers an independent review of products intended for use in certified organic production, handling, and processing.
Approved for Use in Organic Gardening by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) National Organic Program (NOP) Rule
Approved by the Washington Organic Food Program (WSDA).
D-Limonene is Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) by the FDA – essentially no measurable toxicity for certain uses
USDA IR-4 Project participant
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I usually use Ground Clear, which is the best product I've very seen and works for a very long time, but it is very potent. I have a backyard that has pavers and mulch and I needed to kill all the little weeds between the cracks as well as the larger weeds in the mulch. Nothing was above 6 inches - if it was, I pulled what I could or chopped down to size and used Avenger on it. I eyeballed mixing the concentrate to make a 4:1 or 5:1 concentration spray to use on the weeds and it worked like a charm!
I was worried it wouldn't work because it's not as potent as Ground Clear, I assumed, since it was supposed to be organic. Also because it had been raining torrentially for over a week straight - I was afraid the weeds wouldn't absorb it since we had so much rain. I'm not kidding when I say within minutes of spraying, the weeds wilted and started to turn brown almost before my eyes! I think it works better when you spray broad leaves to cover them and make sure to spray directly into the ground to the roots for the tougher or larger weeds. Every weed died. And not only that, but it smells like oranges instead if that awful chemical smell you get from the normal chemical weed killers. I don't know if it will last as long as the traditional weed killers since it's only been a week since I used it, but I don't see any new weeds growing or the ones I sprayed growing back yet. I guess we will see! I'll update my review if there are any issues.
Note: Safe for pets AFTER it dries. I don't think it's toxic when wet, but it may irritate them since it probably is somewhat acidic (citric acid - hence the orange smell) to work. Of course, always wash your hands after use, but I didn't even have to wear gloves to use this and I didn't have any issues (and I have sensitive skin).
I would definitely recommend using this!
BTW, it totally jams up your sprayer at that 1:3 concentration. I had a 20 dollar one that worked great with water, but this thing all but killed it. Then I bought a sprayer that was twice as expensive and it still jammed, and simply washing out the nozzle was not effective, so it's tough to use. So, maybe for that reason it's more deserving of 2.5 stars...
I only wish it were more effective on some weeds and worked better in shade or cooler temperatures. I have some weeds that it just won't kill, perhaps because they are too well shaded. It would help if it were cheaper so that applying it multiple times or in high concentrations didn't add up to such a huge cost.