Herbicides, weedkillers, pesticide to kill unwanted plants

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  1. Annual bluegrass 21 items
  2. Myagrum perfoliatum 1 item
  3. Rough cocklebur 18 items
  4. Redroot pigweed 36 items
  5. Ragweed 7 items
  6. Purple dead-nettle 15 items
  7. Prickly lettuce 3 items
  8. Pale persicaria 19 items
  9. Orache 3 items
  10. Lucerne 3 items
  11. Scarlet pimpernel 17 items
  12. Large crabgrass 54 items
  13. Knotgrass 33 items
  14. Johnson grass 60 items
  15. Jimsonweed 22 items
  16. Ivy-leaved speedwell 10 items
  17. Hoary cress 1 item
  18. Henbit dead-nettle 14 items
  19. Rye brome 3 items
  20. Shepherd's purse 50 items
  21. Green foxtail 7 items
  22. Volunteer sunflower 2 items
  23. Yellow foxtail 58 items
  24. Wild radish 36 items
  25. Wild pea 9 items
  26. Wild oat 29 items
  27. Wild mustard 56 items
  28. Wild Carrot 1 item
  29. Wild basil 9 items
  30. Vetches 4 items
  31. Soldier Thistle 1 item
  32. Velvet leaf 18 items
  33. Thornapple 9 items
  34. Thistles 14 items
  35. Sunflower 7 items
  36. Stinging nettle 3 items
  37. Spotted lady's thumb 23 items
  38. Spear saltbush 36 items
  39. Sow thistle 3 items
  40. Groundsel 7 items
  41. Goosegrass 36 items
  42. Annual mercury 23 items
  43. Chickweed 62 items
  44. Common hemp-nettle 18 items
  45. Common groundsel 22 items
  46. Common fumitory 28 items
  47. Common dandelion 4 items
  48. Coltsfoot 1 item
  49. Climbing buckwheat 4 items
  50. Cleavers 7 items
  51. Chamomile 5 items
  52. Common purslane 6 items
  53. Black-grass 22 items
  54. Black nightshade 38 items
  55. Black bindweed 24 items
  56. Bird's-eye speedwell 20 items
  57. Bindweed 8 items
  58. Bermuda grass 3 items
  59. Barnyard grass 69 items
  60. Annual weeds 3 items
  61. Common poppy 15 items
  62. Common windgrass 25 items
  63. Forget-me-not 4 items
  64. Field bindweed 16 items
  65. Flower-of-an-hour 13 items
  66. Field speedwell 1 item
  67. Field sow-thistle 39 items
  68. Field penny-cress 37 items
  69. Field pansy 16 items
  70. Field mustard 7 items
  71. Field horsetail 2 items
  72. Fat hen 27 items
  73. Corn buttercup 6 items
  74. Descurainia sophia 6 items
  75. Deadnettle 3 items
  76. Curled dock 2 items
  77. Creeping thistle 34 items
  78. Couch grass 29 items
  79. Cornflower 24 items
  80. Corn spurry 5 items
  81. Corn chamomile 15 items
  82. Yellow nutsedge 4 items
 
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About Herbicides

Herbicides are chemicals used for the control of unwanted plants, and they are also known as weed killers. They can be classified based on the weed control spectrum, labeled crop usage, chemical families, mode of action, application timing, or method, but the two main categories of herbicides are selective and non-selective. The former is used to control specific species of weeds, leaving the crops unharmed, while the latter is mostly applied in order to clear waste ground, as they kill all the plants they come in contact with. Herbicides are widely used in agriculture and in landscape turf management.

Due to the powerful chemicals used, herbicides need to be applied according to their instructions, as they can have health effects on the person that uses them, or, due to surface runoffs, they can easily get transported and contaminate different surfaces than the ones applied on. If misused, they can cause residual soil or water contamination.

Be sure to select the appropriate product for your situation, and to follow the label directions accordingly.