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2,4-D Amine Selective Post-Emergent Herbicide

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2,4-D Amine Selective Post-Emergent Herbicide

2,4-D Amine Selective Post-Emergent Herbicide is a effective post-emergent weed killer used to eliminate broadleaf weeds and brush within most grassy lawns various crop areas, and successfully controls unwanted aquatic weeds and trees.
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2,4-D Amine Selective Post Emergent Herbicide, manufactured by Alligare, is an easy to use post-emergent weed killer designed to eliminate various types of unwanted broadleaf weeds, brush, and trees.

This effective emulsifiable concentrate contains the active ingredient dimethylamine salt of 2,4, which completely controls weeds and is safe to use on most turf and lawn grass areas. As an effective selective herbicide it will quickly eliminate various broadleaf weeds and brush like carpetweed without harming foliage in various seasons.

2,4-D Amine Selective Post Emergent Herbicide will get rid of troublesome weeds on various applications areas such as where sensitive crops are nearby or most grasses without causing unnecessary injury. This versatile product may also be used to get rid of aquatic weeds, including water hyacinth.

Tools Needed

To use 2,4-D Amine Selective Post Emergent Herbicide, a backpack sprayer, handheld pump sprayer, or skid sprayer is needed. We suggest using a handheld pump sprayer when making spot treatment applications and small ornamental turf and lawn areas.

How to Use

spraying 2,4-D on lawn

  • Step 1: Determine how much 2,4-D Amine Herbicide to use by measuring the square footage of the treatment area. To do this, measure the length and width of the treatment area in feet then multiply them together (length x width = square footage). For general use on ornamental turfs, 2,4-D Amine should be mixed at a rate of 2 to 3.16 pints per acre. For small applications with a hand sprayer, this breaks down to 0.72 to 1.1 fl. oz. per 1,000 square feet. For example, if you have a 2,000 sq. ft. yard to treat, you will need to mix 1.44 to 2.2 fl. oz. in 2 gallons of water.
  • Step 2:  Fill your sprayer halfway with the required amount of water. Add the correct amount of 2,4-D Amine Selective Weed Killer to the spray tank and mix by shaking the spray tank. It is also suggested to mix 2,4-D with a surfactant to enhance weed control, so this is the time to add that in as well and agitate the sprayer.
  • Step 3: Apply the 2,4-D mixture to areas where unwanted vegetation is currently growing, preferably on a fan spray setting to ensure even coverage. Do not apply more than 100 ounces of 2,4-D Amine per acre in one season.

Where to Use

Applying 2,4-D Amine Herbicide on a lawn

2,4-D Amine Selective Post Emergent Herbicide can be used on residential, commercial and industrial turfs and lawns. It is ideal for use on golf courses, cemeteries, sports fields, and other grassy areas. It can be applied to sod farms, rangelands, grass fields, croplands, non-cropland areas and other areas where broadleaf weeds and unwanted brush are growing.

Some dichondra, bentgrasses, carpet, buffalo, and St. Augustine grasses may be injured. Do not use on susceptible southern grasses such as St. Augustine.

When to Use

For best results, 2,4-D Amine Selective Weed Killer should be applied during warm and calm weather conditions when targeted vegetation is actively growing.

Do not apply to newly seeded areas until grass is well established.

Safety Information

2,4-D Amine Selective Post Emergent Herbicide is safe to use around children and pets when applied according to the product label instructions. Always wear the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) when mixing and applying this product.

Do not allow livestock to graze on treated areas or feed on hay treated with 2,4-D Amine.

Do not allow people or pets to enter the treated area until sprays have dried.

Special Considerations

The area in which 2,4-D Amine Selective Post Emergent Herbicide will be applied and the type of vegetation being controlled will determine the application rate and application method. Always read the product label before making applications to be sure the proper amount of product is being applied with the proper application method.

AvailabilityIn Stores, Online
Restricted UseNo
Shipping Restrictions32 Ounce: AK, CA, CT, HI, IN, MI, NM, NY, OR, RI, SC, VT, WA
2.5 Gallon: AK, CA, CT, HI, IN, MI, NM, NY, OR, RI, SC, TX, VT, WA
1 Gallon: AK, CA, CT, HI, IN, MI, NM, NY, OR, RI, SC, TX, VT, WA
BrandALLIGARE
Keith's Pro Tips"Treat weeds with 2,4-D when weeds are young and actively growing. Perennial weeds should be near the bud stage, but not flowering at the time of application. Use sufficient water for thorough and uniform coverage."
Product Drawbacks2,4-D Amine Selective Weed Killer is not ideal to use on rangelands where livestock graze. If this is a concern we recommend applying Alligare Clopyralid 3.
Target Pests2,4-D Amine Selective Weed Killer controls for the following weeds: Alder, Alfalfa, Alligator, American, Annual, Arrowhead, Artichoke, Aster, Austrian, Bane, Bean, Beggartick, Biden, Bindweed, Bitter, Bittercress, Bittercress-Smallflowered, Bitterweed, Blackeyed, Blessed, Bluebox, Boxelder, Broomweed, Buckhorn, Bull, Bullnettle, Bulrush, Bur, Burdock, Buttercup, Canada, Carolina, Carpetweed, Carrot, Catnip, Chickweed, Chicory, Cinquefoil, Cinquefoil-common, Claw, Clover, Cockle, Cocklebur, Coffee, Coffeeweed, Common, Copperleaf, Creeper, Creeping, Cress, Croton, Curly, Cutleaf, Daisy, Dandelion, Devil's, Dock, Dogbane, Duckweed, Elderberry, Eveningprimrose, Feather, Field, Fieldcress, Flea, Flixweed, Florida, Flowered, Frenchweed, Galinsoga, Garlic, Geranium, Giant, Goatsbeard, Goldenrod, Goosefoot, Ground, Gumweed, Hairy, Hawkweed, Healall, Hemlock, Hemp, Henbit, Hoary, Honeysuckle, Horsetail, Horseweed, Hyacinth, Indiana, Indigo, Ironweed, Ivy, Jenny, Jerusalem, Jewelweed, Jimsonweed, Johnswort, Knotweed, Kochia, Lambsquarter, Lambsquarters, Leaf, Lettuce, Lily, Locoweed, Lotus, Lupine, Mallow, Many, Marestail, Marijuana, Marshelder, Mexican, Morningglory, Mousetail, Muskthistle, Mustard, Nettle, Nutgrass, Onion, Orange, Parrot, Parsnip, Pennycress, Pennywort, Pepperweed, Pigweed, Plantain, Poison, Pokeweed, Poorjoe, Potato, Povertyweed, Prickly, Primrose, Puncture, Purslane, Pusley, Radish, Ragweed, Rape, Red, Rocket, Rose, Rough, Rush, Russian, Sagebrush, Salsify, Shepherdspurse, Shield, Sicklepod, Smartweed, Sneezeweed, Southern, Sowthistle, Spanishneedle, Spatterdock, Speedwell, St., Stinging, Stinkweed, Strawberry, Sumac, Sunflower, susan, Sweet, Tanweed, Tarweed, Thistle, thistle, Toadflax, Tumbleweed, Velvet, Vervain, Vetch, Vine, Virginia, Water, Weed, Wild, Willow, Wintercress, Witchweed, Wormseed 2,4-D Amine Selective Weed Killer controls for the following trees: oak, hickory, maple, pecan, elm, sumac, sweetgum, hawthorn, dogwood, alder, pines, and more.
Application EquipmentBackpack Sprayer, Gloves, Pump Sprayer, Spray Rig
Application MethodsBroadcast Spray, Crack & Crevice, Injection, Spot Treatment
Active IngredientDimethylamine Salt of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid - 46.8%
Product TypeHerbicide
FormulationEmulsifiable Concentrate (EC)
Application RateThe mix rate is determined by the type of land area being treated. For small spot treatments use between 0.72 to 1.1 fl. oz. per 1,000 square feet in a gallon of water. For more specific application rates please refer to the label.
Shelf Life2,4-D Amine Selective Weed Killer will last for up to 1 to 2 years when stored according to the product label. Store 2,4-D Amine Selective Weed Killer in cool, dry storage areas in the original container.
YieldA gallon of 2,4-D will treat up between 2 to 4 acres of land depending on the rate being used.
Use SitesOutdoors
Time to Kill2,4-D Amine Selective Herbicide Weed Killer will produce results within 1 to 2 weeks. The type of vegetation will determine the amount of time it takes to completely eliminate unwanted vegetation.
Comparable ProductsCrossbow Herbicide, Southern AG 2,4-D Amine Weed Killer, Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide
Incompatible Grass Types Bentgrass, St Augustine
Incompatible Home SidingBrick, Hardie Plank, Stone Veneer, Wood, Vinyl
EPA Registration #81927-38
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Works Well
This product works well to kill pesky weeds. It is easy to mix and spray.
100%
9/25/23
mark cole
Verified Buyer
We noticed some of the ground ivy dying the within two days when applied. It is also killing the two types of clover and also other weeds in the yawn. We will have to spray again, but our lawn was really over taken by ground ivy. Yes we would recommend 2,4 D.
80%
8/18/23
Gail Kurtz
Verified Buyer
Bought to spray wild parsnip. The mixing instructions included were not clear for using hand held sprayers. When I contacted the company they did tell me how much to mix into my size sprayer however the solution seemed "weak" taking a long time to kill the parsnip. We then mixed a heavier solution which had better results.
100%
5/11/23
John Petrasek
Verified Buyer
2,4-D Amine Selective Post-Emergent Herbicide
Works well as a Selective Post-Emergent Herbicide.
100%
4/24/23
Tri Nguyen
Verified Buyer
Good product
It kills the weeds just spray on for a week you can see it go away
100%
4/14/23
Anne B Melton
Verified Buyer
Onions no more
With many herbicides weakened to uselessness I used this Amine product, and it eliminated my wild onion outbreak.
100%
1/5/23
bobby
Verified Buyer
Works very well I will be ordering it again .an will recommend it to my friends also
100%
11/6/22
james barnhill
Verified Buyer
age old favorite for broadleaf weed control..
i usually use 2 4 D LV 6 ester but with the present administration in Washington , you have to use what is available !!!
100%
10/2/22
eldridge reed
Verified Buyer
like it's suppose to be
kills exactly what it's suppose to, not like the amazon stuff that kills everything
100%
6/22/22
JAMIE RODRIGUE
Verified Buyer
KILLS EVERYTHING IN ITS PATH
THIS PRODUCT IS AWESOME IN KILLING BRUSH AND WEEDS USE AS DIRECTED ON LABEL I HIGHLY RECOMMEND...
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More Information
Restricted Use No
Shipping Restrictions AK, AZ, CA, CT, HI, IN, MI, NM, NY, OR, RI, SC, VT, WA
Availability In Stores, Online
Signal Word DANGER
Keith's Pro Tip "Treat weeds with 2,4-D when weeds are young and actively growing. Perennial weeds should be near the bud stage, but not flowering at the time of application. Use sufficient water for thorough and uniform coverage."
Target Pests Multi Alfalfa, Alligatorweed, Annual Sowthistle, Arrowhead, Aster, Austrian Fieldcress, Beggarticks, Biden, Bindweed, Bitter Winter Cress, Bittercress, Bitterweed, Black-eyed Susan, Blessed Thistle, Blue Lettuce, Broomweed, Buckhorn, Bull Nettle, Bull Thistle, Bulrush, Bur Ragweed, Burdock, Buttercup, Canada Thistle, Carolina Geranium, Carpetweed, Catnip, Cattail, Chickweed, Cinquefoil, Cockle, Cocklebur, Coffeeweed, Common Cinquefoil, Common Cocklebur, Common Lambsquarters, Common Purslane, Common Ragweed, Common Sowthistle, Coyote Brush, Creeping Jenny, Curly Indigo, Cutleaf Evening Primrose, Dandelion, Devils Claw, Dock, Dogbane, Field Pennycress, Fleabane Daisy , Flixweed, Florida Pusley, Frenchweed, Galinsoga, Giant Ragweed, Goatsbeard, Goosefoot, Gumweed, Hairy Vetch, Healall, Hemp, Henbit, Hoary Cress, Honeysuckle, Horsetail, Horseweed/Marestail, Indiana Mallow, Indigo, Ironweed, Japanese Honeysuckle, Jerusalem Artichoke, Jewelweed, Jimsonweed, Knotweed, Kochia, Lambsquarters, Locoweed, Lupine, Mallow, Marijuana, Marshelder, Mexicanweed, Morningglory, Mousetail, Musk Thistle, Nettle, Nutgrass, Orange Hawkweed, Parrotfeather, Parsnip, Pennsylvania Smartweed, Pennycress, Pennywort, Peppergrass, Pepperweed, Pigweed, Plantain, Poison Hemlock, Poison Ivy, Pokeweed, Poorjoe, Poverty Weed, Prickly Lettuce, Primrose, Puncture Vine, Purslane, Rabbitbrush, Ragweed, Red Clover, Rough Cinquefoil, Rush, Russian Thistle, Sagebrush, Salsify, Sand Shinnery Oak, Shepherdspurse, Sicklepod, Small-flowered Bittercress, Smartweed, Sneezeweed, Southern Wild Rose, Sowthistle, Spanishneedles, Spatterdock, Speedwell, St. Johnswort, Stinging Nettle, Stinkweed, Sunflower, Tanweed, Tarweed, Thistle, Toadflax, Tumbleweed, Velvetleaf, Vervain, Virginia Copperleaf, Virginia Creeper, Wild Carrot, Wild Garlic, Wild Lettuce, Wild Mustard, Wild Onion, Wild Parsnip, Wild Radish, Wild Rape, Wild Strawberry, Wild Sweet Potato, Willow, Witchweed, Wormseed, Yellow Rocket, Alder, Artichoke, Boxelder, Buckbrush, Chamise, Chaparral, Cherokee Rose, Chicory, Coastal Sage, Coffee Bean, Croton, Elderberry, Goldenrod, Ground Ivy, Manzanita, Mustard, Sumac, Sweet Clover, Vetch, Wild Grape, American Lotus, Duckweed, Water Hyacinth, Water Lily, Water Plantain, Water Primrose, Water Shield
Time to Kill 2,4-D Amine Selective Herbicide Weed Killer will produce results within 1 to 2 weeks. The type of vegetation will determine the amount of time it takes to completely eliminate unwanted vegetation.
Chemical Type Herbicide
Formulation Emulsifiable Concentrate (EC)
Application Methods Broadcast Spray, Crack & Crevice, Injection, Spot Treatment
Product Drawbacks 2,4-D Amine Selective Weed Killer is not ideal to use on rangelands where livestock graze. If this is a concern we recommend applying Alligare Clopyralid 3.
Active Ingredient Dimethylamine Salt of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid - 46.8%
Application Equipment Backpack Sprayer, Gloves, Pump Sprayer, Spray Rig
Mix Rate The mix rate is determined by the type of land area being treated. For small spot treatments use between 0.72 to 1.1 fl. oz. per 1,000 square feet in a gallon of water. For more specific application rates please refer to the label.
Low Use Rate 0.75 fl. oz../1,000 sq. ft.
High Use Rate 3.06 fl. oz../1,000 sq. ft.
Use Sites Outdoors
Yield A gallon of 2,4-D will treat up between 2 to 4 acres of land depending on the rate being used.
EPA Registration No. 81927-38
Shelf Life 2,4-D Amine Selective Weed Killer will last for up to 1 to 2 years when stored according to the product label. Store 2,4-D Amine Selective Weed Killer in cool, dry storage areas in the original container.
Comparable Products Crossbow Herbicide, Southern AG 2,4-D Amine Weed Killer, Trimec Southern Broadleaf Herbicide
Children or pets? Yes
Property Characteristics None
Questions and Answers
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  1. Q:I am trying to control post emergent water miofoli in our lake in Central Florida. Do I still need to use a surfactant since the miofoli is fully submerged? Also, can you please verify the mix ratio for this? Thanks!
    5/5/24
    A:Surfactants are not needed when making water applications. Apply 2.84 gallons of 2,4-D Amine Selective Herbicide per acre foot of lake. To get rid of water milfoil that is submerged, you will need to apply this product undiluted directly to the water through a boat mounted distribution system. Shoreline areas with submerged milfoil should be treated by subsurface injection application by boat to avoid aerial drift. Before application to your lake, coordination and approval of local and state authorities may be required, either by letter or agreement or issuance of special permits for aquatic applications.

    Amanda

    5/6/24
  2. Q:Is Amine 400 2,4 D safe for horses
    4/21/24
    A:Livestock such as horses should not be allowed to feed or graze 2,4-D Amine treated areas.

    Amanda

    4/22/24
  3. Q:Can I use 2,4-D To eradicate Hairy Bittercrest, which is mixed in with my van ground cover
    4/20/24
    A:Hairy bittercress, also called bittercress, will be controlled with 2,4-D Amine Selective Herbicide. It is labeled to control many species of clover so it would not be best in this treatment area.

    Amanda

    4/22/24
  4. Q:Will this product kill Dallas Grass?
    4/19/24
    A:Dallisgrass will not be controlled with 2,4-D Amine Selective Herbicide.

    Amanda

    4/22/24
  5. Q:does this spray contain arsenic?
    4/19/24
    A:No, 2,4-D Amine Herbicide does not contain arsenic.

    Amanda

    4/22/24
  6. Q:What product is best for getting rid of speedwell?
    4/17/24
    A:Products containing one or multiple of these active ingredients 2,4-D, fluroxypyr, or dicamba have shown significant results against speedwell. A product like 2,4-D Amine Selective Post-Emergent which contains 47.2% of 2,4-D as its active ingredient (and is also labeled to do so in its label) will do well in eliminating speedwell. Take note of where you are seeing this weed as this will also help to determine what type of herbicide material to use.

    Amanda

    4/17/24
  7. Q:Is this produce good to use on Saint Augustine and stun and control it? 2,4-D Amine Selective Post-Emergent Herbicide, and when would be the best time to apply it?
    4/10/24
    A:2,4-D Amine will injure St. Augustinegrass, but it will not completely control it. To get rid of St. Augustinegrass, we recommend using Eraser 41% as a spot treatment since this will kill all vegetation it comes into contact with. Best to apply this on warm days when temperatures are above 60 degrees Fahrenheit. https://www.solutionsstores.com/eraser-41-glyphosate

    Amanda

    4/10/24
  8. Q:So product is not good to use on your hay field's..Is that Correct?
    4/8/24
    A:Yes, you are right. This product may be used on grasses grown for seed or sod farms (many individuals commonly use these sites for grazing purposes sometimes), but if you do treat these sites then do not graze or cut forage for hay within 7 days after application.

    Amanda

    4/9/24
  9. Q:On st Augustine using a gallon hand sprayer,what is the mixture ratio
    3/11/24
    A:Your mix ratio will really depend on what weed you are trying to control and where you are applying your solution. Most general small applications will be done at a rate of 1 ounce per 1,000 square feet. Also note that St. Augustine may be injured if not carefully applied.

    Amanda

    3/12/24
  10. Q:Is there a preferred temperature range that this product should be applied?
    2/9/24
    A:There is not a set temperature range for application, but you will want to avoid high temperatures so best to do so when its around 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Amanda

    3/28/24
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