X-Out™ Grass & Weed Killer

Non-selective weed and grass control

A post-emergent, non-selective herbicide that mixes readily with water. Apply as a spray for the control of broadleaf weeds and grasses. X-Out is a foliar-active materials with little to no soil-residual activity. Visual results within 2 to 4 days after application. Rainfast four hours after application

  • Kills all grass and weeds on contact
  • Provides control of a wide variety of emerged annual and perennial broadleaf weeds and grasses
  • Effective pre-plant treatment for turf, ornamentals, and greenhouses due to minimal soil residual
  • Reduced translocation allows clear boundaries during use and maintenance around existing ornamentals in landscape beds

Product Specifications

Up to 21,000 sq ft per pint,
Up to 42,000 sq ft per quart,
Up to 168,000 sq ft per gallon


0.75 fl oz per gallon per 1,000 sq ft

Mix rate

Glufosinate 24.5%

Active ingredients

12 x 1 pint
12 x 1 quart
4 x 1 gallon

Case pack

How To Use

Where to Use It

Landscape areas around individual trees and shrubs, foundations, fences, driveways, schools, educational facilities, and paths

How to Mix

To use the tip-and-measure bottle, rotate the bottle forward until liquid fills the upper compartment. After liquid has filled the top compartment, tip the bottle backward until the liquid matches the angled adjacent marks on the bottle at the intended measurement point. Once the appropriate amount of liquid is measured in the top compartment, it can be mixed directly into water in the sprayer. X-Out mix rate is 0.75 fl oz per gallon of water, per 1,000 sq ft.

See product label for additional mix instructions specific to this product.

When to Use it

Northern US states: April–October

Southern US states: February–October

Other considerations:

X-Out is a foliar-active material. Best results are obtained when weeds are actively growing. Weed control may be reduced when applications are made to weeds under stress due to drought or cool temperatures. Weeds under stress or in dense populations will require application of the highest rate directed.

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