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All-natural Product Kills Lawn Weeds in Mere Hours

IRON X! TM Selective Weed Killer for Lawns

IRON X! TM Selective Weed Killer for Lawns

Not only is it all-natural and fast-acting, but Iron X is the first all-natural weed control to target and kill broadleaf weeds without harming lawns.

Last year, Gardens Alive introduced Iron X™ Selective Weed Killer for Lawns, the first all-natural weed control to kill broadleaf weeds without harming lawns. It has since become one of the leading fast-acting weed control products on the market, and it’s only available from Gardens Alive. Iron X won a 2010 Green Thumb Award for its innovative solution to weed control.

Although iron has been used as a fertilizer for years, Iron X is one of the first products to use chelated iron as an active ingredient for weed control in residential applications. Not only is it all-natural and fast-acting, but Iron X is the first all-natural weed control to target and kill broadleaf weeds without harming lawns.

Iron X kills lawn weeds faster than any other broadleaf weed control on the market. It works by inundating weeds with iron. The form of iron in Iron X is absorbed much more easily by broadleaf plants such as weeds than it is grasses, so the weeds are killed almost instantly and grass remains unharmed.

Within hours of application, broadleaf weeds turn black and begin to die. Other similar products require 24 hours or more to take effect and use potentially harmful chemicals as active ingredients. All-natural Iron X gets the job done faster and without harsh chemicals.

Iron X’s active ingredient is chelated iron—at the most basic level, a liquid compound of iron, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen. All-natural Iron X does not harm people, wildlife or the environment. It’s so innocuous that people and pets can enter treated areas as soon as the spray dries.

Iron X will effectively kill and control the following weeds: dandelions, English Daisy, False Dandelion, White Clover, Black Medic, Bull Thistle, common chickweed, creeping buttercup, Persian speedwell, slender speedwell, broadleaf plaintain, dovefoot geranium, healall, shepherd’s purse, silverweek cinquefoil, wild chamomile, moss, algae, liverworts, lichens and more.

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