Martin's Eraser Max Super Concentrate Herbicide
Eraser Max is a concentrated formula of glyphosate and imazapyr that is very effective against many weeds, vines, grasses and trees. A single application will kill weeds for up to a year. Eraser Max is for use outside on non-crop areas, bare ground for total vegetation control, and spot treatment for weeds, grasses, vines and trees. It is perfect for gravel paths, fence rows, around barns and farm buildings.
As an alternative to glyphosate herbicides, you can choose glufosinate active ingredient . Glufosinate is another broad-spectrum, non-selective herbicide that comes from soil bacteria. Often sold as ammonia salt, it is a contact herbicide with no soil residual.
- Kills weeds and grasses, roots and all
- Season long control
- Rainfast in one hour
- Use 7.4 oz per 1,000 square feet
- One gallon treats 17,297 square feet
When to Use
Apply Eraser Max when weeds are present or to bare ground. Cut or mow the weeds if they are taller than six inches and wait a couple of weeks for new growth. If brush or woody vines are cut or mowed, wait until they have a full leaf formation before treatment. In areas of heavy rainfall, retreat in 6-8 months if necessary.
Total Vegetation Control (Bareground)
Best performance occurs when applications are made to actively growing weeds in early summer. Mix 7.4 oz in 1-10 gallons of water and uniformly spray over 1,000 square area. Apply the areas where bare ground and total vegetation control is desired. See label for maximum application rates.
Spot Control of Brush, Vines, and Weeds
Mix 6 oz of Eraser Max with one gallon of water and uniformly and thoroughly spray the foliage of woody plants to wet.
- Apply to weeds, brush, and vines that are actively growing.
Woody brush and vines are controlled better in late summer and
fall after fruit formation.
- Wait until full leaf formation if brush or woody vines have been cut before treatment.
- Wait for 2 months following treatment to mow or cut perennial weeds, vines or brush.