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Quin Kill Max

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Agrisel's Quin Kill Max Crabgrass & Weed Killer


Quin Kill Max attacks the hard to kill crabgrass and other grassy and broadleaf weeds. This crabgrass killer is a post-emergent herbicide, killing listed weeds by its absorption by both roots and foliage. It can be used as a broadcast spray or a spot treatment. Quin Kill Max may applied in both residential and commercial locations such as residential lawns, parks, schools, athletic fields, golf courses, sod farms and more. Some of the listed weeds include crabgrass, foxtail, signalgrass, torpedograss, bindweed, clover, daisy, dandelion and more undesirable weeds.


Mode Of Action


Quin Kill Max is a quinoline carboxylic acid that begins to damage the leafs and stems. Visible results show the stem curling or twisting and chlorosis.

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Quin Kill Max - Pt (16 oz.)

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Quin Kill Max - Qt (32 oz.)

$62.00
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Agrisel's Quin Kill Max Crabgrass & Weed Killer

Quin Kill Max attacks the hard to kill crabgrass and other grassy and broadleaf weeds. This crabgrass killer is a post-emergent herbicide, killing listed weeds by its absorption by both roots and foliage. It can be used as a broadcast spray or a spot treatment. Quin Kill Max may applied in both residential and commercial locations such as residential lawns, parks, schools, athletic fields, golf courses, sod farms and more. Some of the listed weeds include crabgrass, foxtail, signalgrass, torpedograss, bindweed, clover, daisy, dandelion and more undesirable weeds.

Mode Of Action

Quin Kill Max is a quinoline carboxylic acid that begins to damage the leafs and stems. Visible results show the stem curling or twisting and chlorosis.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Pro Tips Looking for a small quantity of quinclorac, the ingredient in Drive XLR8? This is just what you need. One 16 ounce bottle covers about 10,000 square feet.
Packaging 16 oz, 32 oz
Manufacturer Agrisel
Product Label Label
SDS MSDS
More PDF's No
Target Pest Crabgrass and a variety of other broadleaf and grassy weeds such as foxtail, signalgrass, torpedograss, bindweed, clover, daisy, dandelion and more.
Active Ingredient (s) Dimethylamine salt of quinclorac; 3,7-dichlofo-8-quinolinecarbbxylic acid.......18.92% (Quinclorac)
For Use : Grounds or lawns around residential and commercial establishments; Multifamily dwellings; Military and other institutions; Parks; Airports; Roadsides; Schools; Picnic grounds; Athletic fields; Houses of worship; Cemeteries; Golf courses; Sod farms. DO NOT apply to Bahiagrass, carpetgrass, St. Augustinegrass, centipedegrass, dichondra, or lawns or turf where desirable clovers are present
Yield One Pint controls up to 10,000 sq ft or 1/4 of an acre
One Quart controls over 20,000 sq ft or 1/2 of an acre
Mixture|Application Spot Application 1.45 oz (3 tablespoons) per gallon of water, per 1,000 sq ft.
Application Broadcast application: 64 oz per acre or 1.45 (3 tablespoons) oz per 1,000 square feet
Retreatment No
Shipping Restrictions AK, CA, NY
More Instructions
  • For best results: Weeds should not be under stress from lack of water, excessive water, low fertility, mowing shock, excessive hot or cold temperatures, or injury from other herbicide applications.
  • For best results use methylated seed oil or crop oil concentrate with its emulsifiers to provide good mixing quality.
  • Do not mow 2 days before application to maximize weed control and minimize potential turf injury.
  • Do not apply to Bahiagrass, carpetgrass, St. Augustinegrass, centipedegrass, dichondra, or lawns or turf where desirable clovers are present
  • See: product label for more instructions
Reviews

Customer Reviews 5 item(s)

Surprised
Tried sprays, did the spreader and still they kept coming. Applied this across area, and it really hit the unwanted hard. Used a sprayer. Worked so well I sprayed the adjacent 10ft strip of land next to me and created a nice buffer to stop future expansion into my turf. Neighbor can not figure out why the weeds have left....
Quality
Review by upnorth / (Posted on 10/1/2018)
worked well
i tried everything available from the big box stores and nothing worked. this had some of the crabgrass dead within 2 days. some of the larger patches took a little longer, but it did work.
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Review by Kevin / (Posted on 6/18/2018)
Surprised how well and fast it worked.
Sprayed the crabgrass in early August in NW Iowa. It was brown in a week. In 3 weeks the blue grass was once again popping up where the crabgrass had been. I have recommended Quin Kill Max to several friends. I think it should be called "Quick Kill".
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Review by DVZ / (Posted on 8/22/2016)
See the summary above
The product was used in early September in eastern PA to control crabgrass in the backyard. It completely killed the crabgrass with no visible impact to the lawn.
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Review by Bucks / (Posted on 9/23/2015)
Great Product
Thoroughly killed clover infestation and most crabgrass with little, if any, damage to grass. Will use again.
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Review by Paddock Master / (Posted on 8/20/2015)

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