Martin's ERASER A/P Herbicide Liquid 2.5 gal.

Item No. 7400740 7400740

Martin's ERASER A/P Herbicide Liquid 2.5 gal.

Item No. 7400740 7400740
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Eraser A/P is used for Annual & Perennial weeds in pastures grasses, forage legumes, & rangelands. Eraser AP is a non-selective post-emergent herbicide that provides excellent control of unwanted grassy and broadleaf weeds on agricultural or residential sites. It contains 41% Glyphosate as the active ingredient and is great for spot treatments. It is easy to apply and works fast.

How to Use

  • Step 1: Determine how much Martin's Eraser A/P you will need by calculating the square footage of the area you wish to treat. To do this, you will need to measure and multiply the area length x width. Martin's Eraser A/P has spray solution application ratios ranging from 0.5% up to 10%. We suggest the average ratio of 1.5% of spray solution which is mixed at a rate of 2 oz. of Eraser AP in a gallon of water to cover 1,000 sq. ft. So for example, if you measured a 3,000 sq. ft. area to be treated, you would need to mix 6 ozs. of Eraser in 3 gallons of water. For tougher to control weeds, increase the spray solution ratio from 2% up to 10%.
  • Step 2: In a sprayer, fill the tank halfway with water and then add the appropriate amount of Eraser A/P. Add the remaining amount of water and then agitate the sprayer until the product is well mixed and you'll be ready to spray. 
  • Step 3: Apply the solution to the desired area via fan spray setting for uniform coverage. Spray generously but not to the point of runoff. Plants should die within 2 to 4 days. If not, reapply after 7 to 10 days for particularly stubborn weeds.


Where to Use

Martin's Eraser A/P is labeled to be used along fences, agricultural areas, in driveways, patios, sidewalks, brick and gravel walkways, curbs, around ornamental trees, shrubs, flower beds and plantings, grape vines, next to trees and nut trees, and around buildings to control weeds and unwanted vegetation, in preparation for planting of ornamentals, trees, shrubs, desert landscapes, and rock gardens.

Apply the product where you see the pesky weeds growing, near trees, in your driveway, in the cracks of your pathway. The product is best used close to ground and near the weeds that are giving you trouble as to not affect nearby grass or vegetation.

When to Use

Use Martin's Eraser A/P when weeds are small and actively growing. For perennial weeds, best control is obtained during the late growth stages as the plant is approaching maturity. The ideal circumstances for using this product would be during a warm day as the product is accelerated by warm sunny weather. Also, make sure to apply when there is no wind outside and there is no possible translocation of product to ornamental plants and flowers.

Safety Information

Make sure to wear the proper PPE when applying this product (goggles,gloves, face mask etc). Do not let children or pets near the area where the product has been sprayed until it has dried.

Special Considerations

During mixing, foaming of the spray solution may occur. To prevent or minimize foaming, mix gently, terminate by-pass and return lines at the bottom of the tank and, if necessary, use an anti-foam or defoaming agent.

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  • 7400740
  • Alder, Alfalfa, Alligatorweed, American Hornbeam, Anisse, 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, Blackberry, Blackgum, Blue Mustard, Bracken, Brackenfern, Broadleaf Signalgrass, Browntop Panicum, Bulbous Bluegrass, Buttercup, California Buckwheat, Canada Thistle, Carolina Foxtail, Carolina Geranium, Cascara, Casterbean, Catsclaw, Cattail, Ceanothus, Chamise, Cheatgrass, Cheeseweed, Chervil, Chickweed, Chineese Tallow Tree, Cocklebur, Cogongrass, Common Groundsel, Common Milkweed, Common Mullein, Common Purslane, Common Ragweed, Corn, Corn Speedwell, Coyote Brush, Crabgrass, Curly Dock, Dallisgrass, Dandelion, Deerweed, Dogwood, Downy Brome, Dwarf Dandelion, Eastern Mannagrass, Eclipta, Elderberry, Elm, Eucalyptus, European Beachgrass, Fall Panicum, False Dandelion, Fescue, Fiddleneck, Field Bindweed, Field Pennycress, Field Sandbur, Filaree, Fivehook Bassia, Florida Pusley, Foxtail, French Broom, German Ivy, Giant Ragweed, Giant Reed, Goosegrass, Grain Sorghum, Grose, Guineagrass, Hairy Fleabane, Hasardia, Hawthorn, Hazel, Hemp Dogbane, Hemp Sesbania, Henbit, Hickory, Honeysuckle, Hophombean Copperleaf, Horsenettle, HorseRadish, Horseweed, Iceplant, Itchgrass, Japanese Brome, Jerusalem Artichoke, Johnsongrass, Jointed Goatgrass, Junglerice, Kentucky Bluegrass, Kikuyugrass, Knapweed, Knotweed, Kochia, Kudzu, Ladysthumb Smartweed, Lamb's Quarters, Lantana, Laurel Sumac, Leafy Spurge, Lespedeza, Little Barley, London Rocket, Madrone Resprouts, Manzanita, Marestail, Mayweed, Medusahead, Morning Glory, Napiergrass, Oats, Orchardgrass, Pampasgrass, Pennsylvania Smartweed, Perennial Pepperweed, Perennial Ryegrass, Phragmites, Pigweed, Pin Cherry, Pin Oak Northern Oak, Plains, Poison Hemlock, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Poison Sumac, Prickley Sida, Prickly Lettuce, Prostrate Spurge, Puncturevine, Purple Nutsedge, Purslane Speedwell, Quackgrass, Quaking Aspen, Red Apple, Red Clover, Red Rice, Redvine, Reed Canarygrass, Rough Fleabane, Russian Thistle, Rye, Ryegrass, Scotch Broom, Scrub Oak, Seedling Johnsongrass, Shattercane, Shepherd's Purse, Sicklepod, Silverleaf Nightshade, Smallseed Falseflax, Smooth Brome, Smooth Sumac, Sourwood, Southern Maxmyrtle, Southern Red Oak, Spanishneedles, Spotted Spurge, Sprangletop, Spurred Anoda, Stinkgrass, Sugar Maple, Sugarbush Sumac, Sunflower, Swamp Smartweed, Sweetgum, Swordfern, Tall Fescue, Tan Oak Resprouts, Tansy Mustard, Teaweed, Texas Blueweed, Texas Panicum, Thimbleberry, Tickseed Coreopsis, Timothy, Torpedograss, Toyon, Tree Tobacco, Trumpetcreeper, Tumble Mustard, Umbrella Spurry, Vaseygrass, Velvet Leaf, Velvetgrass, Virginia Copperleaf, Virginia Creeper, Virginia Pepperweed, Water Bermudagrass, Western Wheatgrass, Wheat, White Clover, Wierstem Muhly, Wild Mustard, Wild Oats, Wild Sweet Potato, Willow, Winged Sumac, Witchgrass, Woolly Cupgrass, Woolly Leaf Bursage, Yellow Nutsedge, Yellow Rocket, Yellow Starthistle, and Yerbasenta. For More Target Pests please refer to the label.
  • Broadcast Spray, Spot Treatment
  • Glyphosate, N -(phosophonemethyl) gylcine, in the form of its isopropylamine salt 41% Other 59%
  • Herbicide
  • Emulsifiable Concentrate (EC)
  • The typical mix rate of Martin's Eraser A/P for a gallon of water varies depending on the spray solution ratio percentage you wish to apply. To achieve a 1.5% ratio you will need to mix 2 oz. in 1 gallon of water to cover 1,000 sq. ft. Check the label for variations.
  • 2.5 gallons of Martin's Eraser A/P can treat up to 160,000 sq. ft. of weeds when using a mix rate of 2 oz. to 1 gallon of water.
  • Martin's Eraser A/P works systemically down to the root system of the plant. Visible yellowing and deterioration can occur within 2 to 4 days for annual weeds. Perennial weeds may not see visible effects for 7 days or more.

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