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Does your Burn Out product get rid of horse tails?   If not does anyone know how to get rid of the invasive weed?

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Comment by Danna Sims on September 17, 2016 at 5:05pm

Starting to have Virginia Button weed take over my San Augustine lawn. I live in Orange, Texas where we have lot of rainfall and high humidity. I have been pulling a lot of the invasive weed by hand but now it is way too much to do. Can you recommend one of your products to help with this nightmare?

Comment by Spray-N-Grow Marketing on June 14, 2016 at 2:06pm

Terrie, the Burnout is a very good product it is non selective and has the potential to kill what ever it is sprayed on. I copied a part of the label and attached it below. Horse is not on the label but a the label states it is not limited to the weeds only on the label. hope this helps. 

TYPICAL WEEDS CONTROLLED, BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
Annual Weeds
Broadleaf Weeds, Black Medic, Chickweed, Cinquefoil (rough), Lamb’s quarters, Mustard spp., Oxalis spp., Pigweed spp., Ragweed spp.
Annual Grasses
Crabgrass, Foxtail spp.
Perennial Weeds
Broadleaf Weeds, Perennial Grasses, Cinquefoil (silvery), Dandelion, Plantain spp., Toadflax, Tufted vetch, Wild Carrot
Perennial Grasses
Bluegrass, Quackgrass

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