We see a jug of Ortho Weed-b-Gone Max on a lawn, the grass is very green and perfect. A white picket fence can been seen in the background. An white-on-red Ortho logo is show in the top left. An arm comes in a grabs the jug. Then we see a guy walk away with it. Next we see an overhead shot of side-by-side bisected target-shaped weeds. There is a guy walking up to each side of the two round concentric circles of weeds. Now, we see some shots of each of them spraying the weeds with weed-killer. Some close-ups show that the weeds are common dandelions. We see a close-up of Ortho Weed-b-Gone Max being used on a dandelion. Then a computer-animated shot of the dandelion's roots. They flash as the Ortho gets to the. It says, "Simulation" in a caption. Now, we see a shot of the guy on the Ortho side of the weed circle. His grass is perfectly green and uniform. A caption reads, "Comparison vs. leading weed and grass killer." The man strokes his luscious grass, satisfied. Now the guy on the other side of the circle is shown. His grass is not looking so great. There are dried, yellow dead spots along where his circle was. His weeds are gone, but his lawn also suffered. Now, we see the overhead shot again, showing the flawless Ortho side versus the ugly side of their competitor. Finally, we see a shot of the Ortho Weed-b-Gone Max jug on a lawn. They place the crabgrass control jug next to it.
Presenting Ortho Weed-b-Gone Max. So revolutionary, it targets the toughest weeds without harming your lawn. Ortho Weed-b-Gone sprayed here. Ordinary weed-killer, here. Only Ortho Weed-b-Gone has a foaming action and weed targeting formula for total root kill. So, it kills the weeds but not the grass. The ordinary weed-killer, killed everything. Ortho Weed-b-Gone Max, kills weeds, not lawns. Guaranteed. Now available with new crab-grass control.
posted 3-Jun-2008 4:01pm I am just concerned about the safety of using this product, with pets in my household.
posted 28-Apr-2010 11:26am Is this product available in or around Hanover, Ontario. Weedex cannot be used here. Thank You
posted 29-Apr-2010 5:52pm Where can I purchase Weed B Gon Max in the Windsor, Ontario area?
posted 30-Apr-2010 9:07pm It's only available in the States and can easily be brought across the border. Now is it safe for pets? Same as all the old stuff that was used. Let it dry or do it before it rains and don't let your pets run around in it, or you for that matter when you just apply it.
posted 7-Jun-2010 7:25pm I live in Scarborough Ontario M1G2K4, were can I buy this product with the Crab Grass control also. "HELP" Al.
posted 10-Jun-2010 7:54pm Al. if you took the time to take a peek at the post from 5 weeks before yours, you'd see that this product is only available in the states. Sheesh.
posted 10-Jun-2010 7:55pm but where can i buy this product?
posted 11-Jun-2010 12:39am Canadian Tire 29.99
Home depot 29.99
posted 24-Jun-2010 7:40pm Where can I buy weed I what to get HI
posted 21-Oct-2010 12:20pm How soon after application (Weed B gon Max) do you notice any results?
posted 9-May-2011 11:29am How is babby formed?
posted 14-Mar-2012 1:22pm In what stores in the United Stated do you know that sells Weed B Gon Max.
posted 15-Oct-2012 11:54pm BEWARE vegetables and frlewos are mostly broad-leafed plants, and the product you mention is NOT going to know weeds from your garden plants. If it was applied to open soil it does absolutely nothing, as it must be applied to actively growing weeds.Now if it was a PRE-Emergent control that stops seed from sprouting if applied before they grow, it should have been applied after planting what you wanted, and I feel it should never be around food crops even if labeled as safe. There really is no good science to guarantee it is not going to hurt you later.If it was a weed killer either remove the top inch of soil to get it out, or add lots of organic amendments to soil and till it all very deep and mix it well. Unless it was over-applied (too much put on soil) that should safeguard your new plantings.Finally, tell the company that did this, that they should consult with you BEFORE doing any applications, and if you don't trust their knowledge, find out at a local nursery or here before approving it better yet, get a company you can trust to know better.
posted 5-May-2013 1:16pm I have been to tons of stores and cannot find weed-be-gone max at any of them.
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