While shopping for a weed killer recently. I looked at both the "Weed stop" ($5.++) a bottle and the "Grass & Weed killer" ($13.++) a bottle. They both have different mixing directions , but both make about 13 gallons. I side-by-side tested them on both grass and every type of weed in my yard, at the same mixed ratio (4 oz-1 gal). There is no difference in the results, it kills all grass and weeds sprayed on. These 2 products are made by the same company and look identical...IE: bottle , color of liquid , directions. The "Weed stop" does give directions on how to mix to kill only certain types of weeds, but you would need to remix a thicker/high ratio multiple times if you were dealing with more than one type of weed. Ever seen a lawn with a problem of only one type of weed? just mix at the same ratio as the "grass & weed killer" (4 oz- 1 gal) and it's the same product ...at less than half the cost. or use to kill 1 weed at a time , the "grass and weed killer" does not give you those directions.
Recommend this product?