My Top Three Choices from Amazon
Most Important Things to Look for in Tumbleweed Killer
1). Price: Weed killer concentrates can and do get very expensive. Next time you are at a specialty garden store, check out what a professional grade weed killer costs. It’s not cheap.
2). Effectiveness: I don’t have time to spray the weeds than go out next week and pull the weeds. The stuff has got to nuke the weeds, especially my tumbleweeds that grow like wildflowers here in the desserts of Washington state.
3). Safety: Not interested in wearing a hazmat suit, gloves, masks and the whole get up. Don’t have the patience. Don’t want to be that hot.
After my research on Amazon, I decided to go with Erase Weed killer because it satisfied these three criteria:
How did Eraser Weed Killer Perform?
This is my before photo with the green tumbleweeds lining the border of our yard:
This is the After shot (Two days after Eraser weed killer application). The weeds were destroyed and I just moved them out of the way.
Five Star Product
We live in the dessert. There are literally tumbleweeds everywhere. Russian Thistle is everywhere. I think that’s what it is called. All I know is that it is everywhere. And it is frustrating. You can’t just pull it out of the ground. It is stuck in the ground. A shovel works. But with the thousands of weeds, it would take an army over a month to get it all. So, I went looking online for a good, but cheap weed and grass killer concentrate. Although I learned from amazon reviews that Roundup concentrate is probably the best idea, if you can afford it. You can buy a 2.5 gallon jug of roundup here on Amazon for $85.00. I can’t afford it. So, I looked for a second option and went with Eraser Weed Killer.
It works well. It is cheap and effective. I don’t see any reason to spend more. I am settled that Eraser weed killer is currently the best weed killer on Amazon for the price.
What Others are Saying about Eraser Weed Killer
Amazon Reviewer: This stuff works great and is a fraction of the cost of Round Up. One thing though, there is a shelf life (not sure how long) on all these type weed killers, so I’ve learned not to buy more than I will use in a single growing season.