Weed & Grass Killer

Weed & Grass Killer
1 gal. Ready-to-use

(77 customer reviews)
  • Powered by sea salt, no harsh chemicals
  • Visible results in 3 hours
  • Kills weeds to the root
  • Safe for people, pets and planet when used as directed
  • Bee Safe when used as directed

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Got dandelions? Oh my gosh, this product is for you!

Our lawn is filled with dandelions, and we have been very frustrated trying to get rid of them… Within 3 days, they were completely dead… beyond being effective this product is safe for people, pets and the planet! Wahoo!!!!


Shocked At How Fast It Worked

This weed killer ROCKS! I sprayed this on some weeds and just a few hours later they were wilted, turning a dull color and dying. I was shocked at how fast it worked with all organic ingredients.

-Ed in New Jersey

Weeds began to die in just a few hours

Using Earth’s Ally ready-to-use spray on a hot sunny day, the dollarweed, common purslane, and bracken fern weeds began to die in just a few hours leaving only the pine bark mulch showing among our green and white striped canna lily plants. Great product!

-FloridaCommPro in Florida

Spray at lunch, weeds dead by dinner

Wow, spray at lunch, weeds dead by dinner. Earth’s Ally Weed & Grass Killer worked fast. Killed 2- to 3-inch weeds in just a couple hours.

-Momshops in Illinois

It is a proven formula that many gardeners use

This weed killer is an environmentally friendly alternative to the popular glyphosate-based ones. The ingredients in this one are just vinegar, salt, and soap. It is a proven formula that many gardeners use to get rid of weeds…After a few hours the weeds get white and die. It does smell vinegar but that does not bother me at all.

-Tom 79

Happy weeding days are ahead

This product contains no glyphosate which is great! It’s easy to use and you can choose to spot spray or broad spray. Over a period of time, I could see the weeds starting to droop. Then yellow and brown off. There’s nothing better than to get rid of weeds in a safe and effective manner.


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  1. This weed killer is bio-friendly and safe to use around people and pets. You don’t want to get this stuff sprayed in your face or let it’s mist blow back on you because it does contain vinegar and salt and will burn your eyes, nose and skin other wise it’s safe. It does an ok job on some weeds in fact they did wilt in a couple of hours. Others, not so much. It took some of the weeds a couple of days but it did indeed kill them.

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  2. I have a brick walkway which has sedge grass growing in between the bricks. I have tried pulling it up by the roots and spraying with round up (don’t like to use). It just keeps coming back. Yesterday afternoon I sprayed it with the Earths Alley weed and grass killer and this morning it appears to have done the job. It’s dying so this actually works. I can now finish the other spots between the bricks.

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  3. I like that it is natural so it doesn’t contain harsh chemicals which damage me or the environment. The downside is that this product is not as strong as Roundup. It took 2 applications over a couple of days to deal with some crabgrass in the cracks of my driveway. It seemed to work better against less invasive weeds. I would recommend this product if you are environmentally conscious and have some patience.

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  4. I honestly didn’t expect a lot from this product, but I have to say I’ve been favorably impressed with it. I used it on a sunny day, around 85F as per the label instructions. That said, a lot of my weeds are in shady locations. Would that be a problem? It seems not to have mattered very much. Now, I have a LOT of weeds having recently moved in, and have been reluctant to use Glyphosate formulations, although I have them on my shelf – because it would mean applying a lot of them. Enter Earth’s Ally. I used a single bottle spraying all around my home and didn’t fully comply with the instructions to spray ‘down to the root’ only saturating mostly the leaf. The results were impressive in killing a most of the weeds, but being less successful with some of them. For example the clover I sprayed wilted but did not die. The crabgrass I hit also didn’t perish – but much of everything else sprayed did – including some broadleaf weeds. I should also note that it showered briefly about an hour after spraying (I was sure the whole project was doomed) but that seems not to have made a big difference. Now, I have the choice to go back and apply more of this product on the really persistent weeds – or use the nasty Glyphosate product, and frankly, I’ll probably do a little of both. To my way of thinking this is a great product for people who want to reduce their reliance on strong chemicals but know that they sometimes may need to use the other when this one is less effective. That said, it may be that repeat sprayings would have killed all the weeds. I didn’t take the experiment that far, but you may want to. For my purposes, because I care about the environment – and about my family, both products will be on my shelf. Hopefully, as my weed problem diminishes (not just through the use of bottled formulas), I’ll come to be less reliant on the ‘nasty’ stuff and more reliant on the bio-friendly stuff. For now, as mentioned, both products will enjoy a place on my shelf, and as I know which one works best in which application – I’ll know which one to use. I do hope that Earth’s Ally will introduce a larger size product with an applicator, (though honestly the spray bottle worked pretty well), and at more competitive pricing. Glyphosate products are relatively inexpensive, by contrast. That said, I would suggest to anyone give it a try; follow the label instructions, and figure out what products and protocols your home needs to be weed free. Happy weeding!

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  5. This organic, pet-friendly weed killer from Earth’s Ally does work, it just doesn’t work as well as other brands I have used. I’m used to spraying lots of weeds around our farm in fence rows, gravel lane and other areas. I have had concerns using typical sprays around the house due to our cat and not wanting to expose him to pesticides. This weed killer is made from vinegar, soap and salt so I feel ok using it around the house. It will kill some plants upon one application, but I have found many plants need multiple applications to reach a total kill. If you are concerned about pets, this product is a good choice.

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