Man Kills 40,000 sq ft Lawn


Here's a link to a CNN story about a guy that accidentally killed his 40,000 sq ft lawn with a product he thought was just for weed control. (sorry about the ad at the beginning) http://www.cnn.com/video/standard.html?/video/us/2012/07/11/pkg-mn-lawn-accidentally-killed.kare
I'm also posting the label on the product.
Do you think the label was sufficient to tell him what he needed to know?
guy in lawn
front of bottle
inside label

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  • Pat
    on Aug 21, 2016

    This product was well label. People need to read entire label before using any product that is new to them. Mistakes happen. This will be a costly one to fix.

  • Janice
    on Sep 24, 2016

    Right on the label....."Do not spray on desirable plants."

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