Ranger Pro Weed Killer
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Ranger Pro Weed Killer

MONSANTO

Ranger Pro Weed Killer

Ranger Pro is a post-emergent herbicide that can successfully control many weeds and brush. It contains the active ingredient Glyphosate, the same as Round Up Pro, and is excellent for residential and commercial weed control. This weed killer is economically priced and easy to use.

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Ranger Pro Herbicide, manufactured by Monsanto, is a non-selective post-emergent herbicide. Its active ingredient is Glyphosate, which shares the same formula as RoundUp Pro but is more cost-effective.

Ranger Pro has a water-soluble formulation and is built-in with a surfactant, so adding additional surfactant is not necessary. However, you can still optionally include other surfactants.

This is also a systemic herbicide with no soil activity, meaning it is absorbed by the target weed either from the foliage or from the root system and moves through the entire plant, killing it while sparing adjacent plants that are not contacted by the product.

Tools Needed

To apply, you will need either a backpack sprayer, a handheld pump sprayer, or a professional skid sprayer for large-volume applications.

How to Use

  • Step 1: To determine how much Ranger Pro Herbicide you need, you must first determine the size of the target 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 spray-to-wet applications for annual weeds and perennial weeds, the mix ratio will be 0.5 to 10 percent solution of Ranger Pro at a rate of 2/3 fl. oz. to 13 fl. oz. per gallon of water to cover 1,000 sq. ft. Use the higher rate for weeds over 6 inches tall. Check the label for specific rates depending on the weed you're trying to control.
  • Step 2: Fill the spray tank with the required amount of water. Near the end of filling the tank, add the correct amount of product. If you are using a backpack or pump-up sprayer, it is suggested that the labeled amount of Ranger Pro Herbicide be mixed with water in a larger container and then filled with the sprayer with the mixed solution.
  • Step 3: Apply the solution to targeted weeds at low pressure, spraying to wet but before the point of runoff. Use a fan nozzle spray setting for uniform and thorough coverage.

Where to Use

Ranger Pro is formulated for use in outdoor areas such as recreational areas, parks, farms, croplands, apartment complexes, Christmas tree farms, ditch banks, ornamental plant nurseries, golf courses, lumber yards, warehouses, schools, storage areas, railroads, constructions sites before building or laying asphalt, conservation properties, and other areas.

When to Use

Apply to control target weeds during daylight hours when the weather is sunny, warm, and calm so that the chemicals move through the weeds faster. It is also beneficial to make applications when the plants are young and actively growing.

Do not treat weeds if there is drought, disease, or insect damage, as this may make weed control less effective by allowing the product to soak into the foliage.

Spray on calm days when wind speeds are low to minimize accidental spray drift.

Safety Information

Ranger Pro Weed Killer is safe to use around children or pets when applied according to the product label instructions. Always wear the proper personal protective equipment when mixing or applying this product.

Keep people and pets off-treated areas until the spray solution has dried.

Special Considerations

Remember that Ranger Pro is a non-selective, post-emergent herbicide and will negatively affect or kill desired plants if foliar contact is made. Always be mindful of spray drift so that you do not accidentally spray wanted turf grass or other desirable plants.

AvailabilityOnline
Restricted UseNo
Shipping Restrictions30 Gallon Drum: AK, CA, CT, HI, IN, MI, NY, OR, RI, SC, VT, WA
2.5 Gallon: No Restrictions
BrandMONSANTO
Keith's Pro Tips"When spraying large areas with Ranger Pro, it's a good idea to use an indicator dye to not only keep track of your spraying to avoid over application, but to also help you see any spray drift."
Product DrawbacksRanger Pro Herbicide is a non-selective herbicide so you have to be very careful when spraying it in areas where desired vegetation is in close proximity.
Target PestsRanger Pro Herbicide can control annual weeds, Perennial weeds, Brush Weeds, Tree Seedlings. Alder, American Hornbeam, Annual Bluegrass, Annual Fleabane, Annual Sowthistle, Annual Spurge, Artichoke Thistle, Ash, Bahiagrass, Barley, Barnyardgrass, Bearclover, Beech, Bentgrass, Bermudagrass, Birch, Bitter Cherry, Bittercress, Black Cherry, Black Locust, Black Nightshade, Black Oak, Black Sage, Blackberry, Blackgum, Blue Mustard, Blue Vervain, Bracken, Brackenfern, Brazilian Peppertree, Bristly Starbur, Broadleaf Signalgrass, Bromegrass, Broomsedge, Broomsedge Raspberry, Browntop Pamicum, Bulbous Bluegrass, Buttercup, California Buckwheat, California Sage Brush, California Yerba Santa, Canada Thistle, Canafa Thistle, Carolina Foxtail, Cascara, Castorbean, Catsclaw, Cattail, Ceanothus, Chamise, Cheatgrass, Cheeseweed, Chervil, Chickweed, Chinese Tallowtree, Cocklebur, Cogongrass, Common Groundsel, Common Milkweed, Common Mullein, Common Purslane, Common Ragweed, Common Rye, Corn, Corn Speedwell, Coyotebrush, Crabgrass, Crolina Geranium, Curly Dock, Dallisgrass, Deerweed, Dewberry, Dogfennel, Dogwood, Downy Brome, Dwarfdandelion, Eastern Mannagrass, Eastern Redbud, Eclipta, Elderberry, Elm, Eucalyptus, Fall Panicum, Falsedandelion, Fescue, Fiddleneck, Field Bindweed, Field Pennycress, Field Sandbur, Filaree, Fivehook Bassia, Florida Beggarweed, Florida Pusley, Foxtail, French Broom, German Ivy, Giant Ragweed, Giant Reed, Goosegrass, Gorse, Grain Sorghum, Guineagrass, Hairy Fleabane, Hasardia, Hawthorn, Hazel, Hemp Dogbane, Hemp Sesbania, Henbit, Hickory, Honeysuckle, Hophornbeam Copperleaf, Horsenettle, Horseradish, Horseweed, Iceplant, Itchgrass, Japanese Brome, Johnsongrass, Johnsongrass seedling, Jointed Goatgrass, Junglerice, Kentucky Bluegrass, Kikuyugrass, Knapweed, Knotweed, Kochia, Kudzu, Ladysthumb, Lamb's-Quarters, Lantana, Laurel Sumac, Leafy Spurge, Lespedeza, Little Barley, London Rocket, Madrone Resprouts, Mandzanita, Marestail, Mayweed, Medusahead, Milkweed, Monkey Flower, Morningglory, Multiflora Rose, Musk Thistle, Napiergrass, Oats, Orchardgrass, Pampasgrass, Paragrass, Pennsylvania Smartweed, Perennial Pepperweed, Perennial Ryegrass, Persimmon, Phragmites, Pigweed, Pin Cherry, Pine, Plains Coreopis, Poison Hemlock, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Poison Sumac, Poorjoe, Post Oak, Prickly Lettuce, Prickly Sida, Puncturevine, Purple Nutsedge, Purslane Speedwell, Quackgrass, Quaking Aspen, Red Clover, Red Maple, Red Rice, Redroot Pigweed, Redvine, Reed Canarygrass, Rough Fleabane, Russian Olive, Russian Thistle, Rye, Ryegrass, Salmonberry, Saltcedar, Sassafras, Scotch Broom, Scrub Oak, Shattercane, Shepherd's-Purse, Sicklepod, Sicklepot, Silver Bluestem, Silverleaf Nightshade, Smallseed Falseflax, smartweed, Smooth Bromegrass, Smooth Sumac, Smutgrass, Sourwood, Southern Red Oak, Southern Waxmyrtle, Spanishneedles, Spotted Spurge, Sprangletop, Spurge Prostrate, Spurred Anoda, Stinkgrass, Sugar Maple, Sugarbrush Sumac, Sugarbush Sumac, Sumac, Sunflower, Sunflowers, Swamp Smartweed, Sweetgum, Swordfern, Tall Fescue, Tanoak Resprouts, Tansy Mustard, Teaweed, Texas Blueweed, Texas Panicum, Texas Paniicum, Thimbleberry, Tickswwd, Timothy, Torpedograss, Toyon, Tree Tobacco, Trumpet, Trumpetcreeper, Tumble Mustard, Umbrella Spurry, Vaseygrass, Velvetgrass, Velvetleaf, Vine Maple, Virginia Copperleaf, Virginia Creeper, Virginia Pepperweed, Volunteer Corn, Western Wheatgrass, Wheat, White Clover, White Oak, White Sage, Wild Mustard, Wild Oats, Wild Sweet Potato, Willow, Winged Sumac, wirestem Muhly, Witchgrass, Woolly Cupgrass, Woolly-Leaf Bursage, Yellow Nutsedge, Yellow Poplar, and Yellow Rocket. Please refer to the product label for a complete list of target weed species.
Application EquipmentBackpack Sprayer, Pump Sprayer, Spray Rig
Application MethodsBroadcast Spray, Spot Treatment
Active IngredientGlyphosate - 41% (same active ingredient as Roundup)
Product TypeHerbicide
FormulationSuspended Concentrate
Application RateRanger Pro mix rates vary depending on percentage ratios of .5%, 1%, 1.5%, 2%, 5% and 10%. Ranger Pro can be mixed between 2/3 oz. to 13 oz. per gallon of water depending on the desired dilution ratio. For more specific application rates please refer to the label.
Shelf LifeRanger Pro Herbicide will last 2 to 3 years in storage if kept in a cool, dry area.
YieldA 2.5 Gallon Jug of Ranger Pro Herbicide at an average rate of 2 oz. per gallon, can treat up to 160,000 sq. ft. of area.
Use SitesOutdoors
Time to KillEffects are visible on most annual weeds within 2 to 4 days, but on most perennial weeds may not occur for 7 days or more.
Comparable ProductsGlyphosate 4 Weed Killer, Eraser 41% Glyphosate, Roundup Pro, Gly Pho-Sel Pro
Incompatible Grass Types Bentgrass, Bermudagrass, Kentucky Bluegrass, Fescue, Fine, Fescue, Tall, Kikuyugrass, Ryegrass, St Augustine, Zoysiagrass
EPA Registration #524-517
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Great product
Great product. Kills weeds quick. I’ve used this before in the past. Blistering fast shipping. A very good price on this product. Will do business with again. Thanks!!!!!!
Works very fast and lasts
No Cons
Great product
Great product. Kills weeds quick. I’ve used this before in the past. Blistering fast shipping. A very good price on this product. Will do business with again. Thanks!!!!!!
Works very fast and lasts
No Cons
Great product
Great product. Kills weeds quick. I’ve used this before in the past. Blistering fast shipping. A very good price on this product. Will do business with again. Thanks!!!!!!
Works very fast and lasts
No Cons
Great product
Great product. Kills weeds quick. I’ve used this before in the past. Blistering fast shipping. A very good price on this product. Will do business with again. Thanks!!!!!!
Works very fast and lasts
No Cons
Great product
Great product. Kills weeds quick. I’ve used this before in the past. Blistering fast shipping. A very good price on this product. Will do business with again. Thanks!!!!!!
Works very fast and lasts
No Cons
Great product
Great product. Kills weeds quick. I’ve used this before in the past. Blistering fast shipping. A very good price on this product. Will do business with again. Thanks!!!!!!
Works very fast and lasts
No Cons
good
worked as expected
Broad spectrum
Great product. Followed label and killed most everything on foodplot. I wish I would’ve let taller weeds die then hit again with second application but just sprayed poison ivy and looking forward to seeing more great results.
Surfactant included. Easy to use jug 2.5 gal
May need addition application if heavy grades.
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4/27/23
Danny Fleming
Verified Buyer
Love this stuff (Ranger)and (Bifin IT) for (ants and termites) thanks
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6/10/22
John J.
Verified Buyer
Can't find any in my county
Very good product used it for 10 years now I can't find any in my county
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More Information
Restricted Use No
Shipping Restrictions AK, CA, CT, HI, IN, MI, NY, OR, RI, SC, VT, WA
Availability Online
Signal Word CAUTION
Keith's Pro Tip "When spraying large areas with Ranger Pro, it's a good idea to use an indicator dye to not only keep track of your spraying to avoid over application, but to also help you see any spray drift."
Target Pests Multi Alfalfa, Alligatorweed, Anise Fennel, Annual Bluegrass, Annual Fleabane, Annual Sowthistle, Annual Spurge, Artichoke Thistle, Bahiagrass, Barnyardgrass, Bentgrass, Bermudagrass, Bittercress, Black Nightshade, Blue Mustard, Bracken Fern, Bristly Starbur, Broadleaf Signalgrass, Browntop Panicum, Bulbous Bluegrass, Buttercup, Canada Thistle, Carolina Foxtail, Carolina Geranium, Castorbean, Cattail, Cheatgrass, Cheeseweed, Chervil, Chickweed, Cocklebur, Cogongrass, Common Groundsel, Common Milkweed, Common Mullein, Common Purslane, Common Ragweed, Common Rye, Corn, Corn Speedwell, Corn Volunteer, Coyote Brush, Crabgrass, Curly Dock, Dallisgrass, Dandelion, Deerweed, Downy Brome, Dwarfdandelion, Eastern Mannagrass, Eclipta, European Beachgrass, Fall Panicum, False Dandelion, Fescue, Fiddleneck, Field Bindweed, Field Pennycress, Field Sandbur, Filaree, Fivehook Bassia, Florida Beggarweed, Florida Pusley, Foxtail, German Ivy, Giant Ragweed, Goosegrass, Guineagrass, Hairy Fleabane, Hemp Dogbane, Hemp Sesbania, Henbit, Honeysuckle, Horsenettle, Horseradish, Horseweed/Marestail, Iceplant, Itchgrass, Japanese Brome, Jerusalem Artichoke, Johnsongrass, Jointed Goatgrass, Junglerice, Kentucky Bluegrass, Kikuyugrass, Knapweed, Knotgrass, Knotweed, Kochia, Kudzu, Ladysthumb, Lambsquarters, Lantana, Leafy Spurge, Lespedeza, Little Barley, London Rocket, Mayweed, Medusahead, Milkweed, Milo, Morningglory, Multiflora Rose, Musk Thistle, Napier Grass, Oats, Orchardgrass, Pampasgrass, Paragrass, Pennsylvania Smartweed, Perennial Pepperweed, Perennial Ryegrass, Phragmites, Pigweed, Poison Hemlock, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Prickly Lettuce, Prickly Sida, Prostrate Spurge, Puncture Vine, Purple Nutsedge, Purslane Speedwell, Quackgrass, Quaking Aspen, Red Clover, Red Rice, Redroot Pigweed, Redvine, Reed Canarygrass, Rough Fleabane, Russian Thistle, Rye, Ryegrass, Seedling Johnsongrass, Shattercane, Shepherdspurse, Sicklepod, Silverleaf Nightshade, Smallseed Falseflax, Smartweed, Smooth Bromegrass, Smutgrass, Spanishneedles, Spotted Spurge, Sprangletop, Spurred Anoda, Stinkgrass, Sunflower, Swamp Smartweed, Tall Fescue, Tansy Mustard, Teaweed, Texas Blueweed, Texas Panicum, Tickseed Coreopsis Plains, Timothy, Torpedograss, Trumpet Creeper, Tumble Mustard, Umbrella Spurry, Vaseygrass, Velvetgrass, Velvetleaf, Virginia Copperleaf, Virginia Creeper, Virginia Pepperweed, Western Wheatgrass, Wheat, White Clover, Wild Mustard, Wild Oats, Wild Sweet Potato, Willow, Wirestem Muhly, Witchgrass, Woolly Cupgrass, Woollyleaf Bursage, Yellow Rocket, Yellow Starthistle, Yellow_Nutsedge, Alder, American Hornbean, Ash, Barley, Beech, Birch, Bitter Cherry, Black Cherry, Black Gum, Black Locust, Black Oak, Black Sage, Blackberry, Brazilian Peppertree, California Buckwheat, California Sagebrush, California Yerba Santa, Cascara, Catsclaw, Ceanothus, Chamise, Chinese Tallowtree, Dogfennel, Dogwood, Eastern Redbud, Elderberry, Elm, Eucalyptus, French Broom, Gorse, Hasardia, Hawthorn, Hazel, Hickory, Madrone Resprouts, Manzanita, Monkey Flower, Northern Pine Oak, Persimmon, Pin Cherry, Pine, Poison Sumac, Post Oak, Red Maple, Salmonberry, Salt Cedar, Sassafras, Scotch Broom, Scrub Oak, Smooth Sumac, Sourwood, Southern Red Oak, Southern Waxmyrtle, Sugar Maple, Sugarbush Sumac, Sumac, Sweet Gum, Swordfern, Tan Oaks Resprouts, Thimbleberry, Tobacco Tree, Toyon, Vine Maple, White Oak, White Sage, Winged Sumac, Yellow Poplar
Time to Kill Effects are visible on most annual weeds within 2 to 4 days, but on most perennial weeds may not occur for 7 days or more.
Chemical Type Herbicide
Formulation Suspended Concentrate
Application Methods Broadcast Spray, Spot Treatment
Product Drawbacks Ranger Pro Herbicide is a non-selective herbicide so you have to be very careful when spraying it in areas where desired vegetation is in close proximity.
Active Ingredient Glyphosate - 41% (same active ingredient as Roundup)
Application Equipment Backpack Sprayer, Pump Sprayer, Spray Rig
Mix Rate Ranger Pro mix rates vary depending on percentage ratios of .5%, 1%, 1.5%, 2%, 5% and 10%. Ranger Pro can be mixed between 2/3 oz. to 13 oz. per gallon of water depending on the desired dilution ratio. For more specific application rates please refer to the label.
Low Use Rate 0.09 oz./1,000 sq. ft.
High Use Rate 7.71 oz./1,000 sq. ft.
Use Sites Outdoors
Yield A 2.5 Gallon Jug of Ranger Pro Herbicide at an average rate of 2 oz. per gallon, can treat up to 160,000 sq. ft. of area.
EPA Registration No. 524-517
Shelf Life Ranger Pro Herbicide will last 2 to 3 years in storage if kept in a cool, dry area.
Comparable Products Glyphosate 4 Weed Killer, Eraser 41% Glyphosate, Roundup Pro, Gly Pho-Sel Pro
Children or pets? No
Property Characteristics None
Questions and Answers
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  1. Q:How long before rain will this be effective
    3/26/24
    A:This is typically rainfast within 1 hour.

    Amanda

    3/27/24
  2. Q:I have been using Ranger for two years, and I have noticed that the spaces I treat All come back in heavy in broadleaf weed and clover that was not present in the areas before treatment ever started. Does anyone have this problem?
    2/1/24
    A:Ranger Pro Weed Killer is a post-emergent herbicide that kills emerged weeds on contact, but leaves behind no residual soil activity. Due to this, its normal to see new weed species emerge in areas treated with a post-emergent herbicide. We recommend using a pre-emergent herbicide labeled to be used in the areas you are seeing the infestation and the weeds you are trying to control.

    Amanda Chavez

    2/2/24
    Certified Buyer
  3. Q:Is this aquatic safe ?
    2/28/23
    A:used for years wash hands never spray in face do not drink do not rub in eye or put handsin mouth

    Gary Tessneer

    2/28/23
    Certified Buyer
  4. Q:Don’t advertise something! You can deliver??
    10/9/22
    A:they used to deliver stuff fast. changed to FedEx. takes longer

    Gary Tessneer

    10/9/22
    Certified Buyer
  5. Q:Can it be used to kill existing lawn and then reseed with tall fescue?
    8/22/22
    A:I am not sure, you may want to contact the manufacturer.

    Yung Ching Jen

    8/23/22
    Certified Buyer
  6. Q:Can it be used to kill lawn and reseed?
    8/22/22
    A:Ranger Pro Weed Killer is a non-selective herbicide meaning it will eliminate all foliage it comes into contact with, but applications more than 16 fl. oz. of this product per acre in highly maintained turfgrass areas may result in injury or delay green up in lawns. According to the product label, you can replant/re-seed after 14 days in areas that have been treated with Ranger Pro Weed Killer.

    Amanda Chavez

    8/23/22
    Certified Buyer
  7. Q:How long after i apply ranger can i sod the area ?
    6/12/22
    A:This product may be used prior to planting an area to turfgrass (seed or sod). It would be best to refer to page 6 of the product label underneath turfgrass renovation, seed or sod production as procedures listed here must be followed.

    Amanda Chavez

    6/13/22
    Certified Buyer
  8. Q:What do you recommend to kill Chinese tallow trees? They are taking over my pasture, and I need to eradicate them. I tried to order the Dicamba 2,4-D but was told I can't buy it in Texas. Thanks for your advice
    6/7/22
    A:Both Ranger Pro Weed Killer and Martin's Eraser A/P Herbicide is labeled to control Chinese tallowtrees, but not in pastures. Tebuthiuron 20P Herbicide will control Chinese tallowtrees in pastureland, but be sure to individually treat the plant. This product may injure or suppress certain herbaceous vegetation in the treated area. https://www.solutionsstores.com/tebuthiuron-20p-herbicide-spike

    Amanda Chavez

    6/8/22
    Certified Buyer
  9. Q:Trying to kill off King Ranch Bluestem(KRBS) on my 5 acre pasture by "spot spraying and using a 40 gallon tank. Recommended product and mixing amounts?
    5/31/22
    A:Neither Ranger Pro Weed Killer or Martin's Eraser A/P Herbicide is labeled to control King Ranch Bluestem.

    Amanda Chavez

    6/1/22
    Certified Buyer
  10. Q:Can this be sprayed directly on the lawn to kill weeds without killing the grass?
    5/9/22
    A:As a non-selective herbicide, Ranger Pro Weed Killer must be applied directly to weeds otherwise severe injury or destruction to lawn is likely to occur. The same thing goes for Eraser A/P, since it is also a non-selective herbicide.

    Amanda Chavez

    5/10/22
    Certified Buyer
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