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Adding Dye to Weed-B-Gone Max

Posted by sjwoo NJ (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 21, 08 at 14:54

I'd like to add some benign color (like food coloring) to Weed-B-Gone, so I know which dandelions I sprayed. Has anyone done this? If so, what's a good choice? I'd love to turn the ones I've sprayed to a red color...


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RE: Adding Dye to Weed-B-Gone Max

I have am using Weed-Be-Gone this year (in the past I used bayer with good results, but HD was out of it last week). It seems to be a dark brown color? Would dye work?

What I do is spot spay only once a week, that way, if is not dead in a week, I must have not sprayed it before. Or, I systematicly spray my whole yard. That way, if I I see any weeds after three days, they must be new weeds and need eradication.

Mark


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RE: Adding Dye to Weed-B-Gone Max

I'd look in the food coloring section at your favorite grocery store...you could get several colors and experiment


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