SmartOnesTM reveals the secrets
to killing weeds and reducing
their growth.

Discover the conditions necessary to get the best results when applying any herbicide. SmartOnesTM gives you essential tips to successfully use any herbicide, regardless of brand or application type.

The optimal application of herbicides

Apply on warm
sunny days when temperature is at least 24˚C.
Do not use when raining,
or if rain is expected in the
next few hours.
Apply after
mowing lawn.
Spray when weeds
are small.
Shake the cartridge
well before use.
Eliminate weeds by spraying only unwanted foliage.

Use the right herbicide for your needs

FOR THE LAWN
FOR THE PATIO AND
THE GARDEN
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WeedOut® Selective Herbicide

WeedOut® is a selective herbicide that eliminates weeds without damaging the lawn. Visible results can be seen in 24 hours. Kills down to the root within 7 days.

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ADDITIONAL TIPS AND TRICKS

Produce thick, healthy grass
Raise the blade of the lawn mower to a height of between 7 and 8 cm. This creates conditions which allows the soil to remain cooler and prevents the grass from drying out. A taller, healthier lawn prevents weeds from growing.

Don't forget to thicken your lawn by topdressing and overseeding.
Start early
Spring is the perfect time to get a start treating smaller weeds before they grow and germinate. Feed with a natural organic fertilizer in spring, late summer and late fall.

Be diligent about removing weeds throughout the summer months. They can quickly take over your lawn and garden.
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WipeOut® Non-selective herbicide

WipeOut® is a non-selective herbicide that eliminates all types of plants, both good and bad. It eliminates weeds in 24 to 48 hours and is the perfect solution for the patio or for the garden. While it may be used on lawns, it will damage the area sprayed. New growth will begin to appear within two weeks.

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ADDITIONAL TIPS AND TRICKS

There’s never too much mulch
Using cedar mulch in your gardens helps to keep the soil cool and moist while depriving weeds of light.
Do not wake dormant weeds
Each time you make holes in the ground, you bring to the surface dormant weed seeds. Dig only when necessary and immediately refill the holes with plants or mulch.