Which Ragan & Massey Herbicide Should You Grab?

Which Ragan & Massey Herbicide Should You Grab?

We offer our customers many different herbicide options and sometimes it can get confusing trying to figure out which herbicide to grab. There are several options from our multiple brands and deciding which one to choose, pretty much depends on where the job is and the weeds that need killing.

FarmWorks Aquatic Herbicide

When you need to kill weeds floating in water and ponds, this is the herbicide to grab. It is a broad-spectrum post-emergent weed killer that targets cattails, alligator weed, beachgrass, giant reeds and other invasive aquatic plants. It contains 53.8% glyphosate solution that kills the weeds, but leaves the soil and wildlife unharmed.


FarmWorks 41% Glyphosate Concentrate

With the active ingredient as Roundup®, this is a serious weapon in the fight against more than 150 varieties of invasive weeds, brush and trees. Grab this herbicide when you need real muscle to eliminate unwanted plants. Affected plants usually show symptoms within 2–7 days and are killed in 1–2 weeks.


Compare-N-Save Quick Acting Weed & Grass Killer

Quick is the appropriate word here. This 18 percent glyphosate formula goes to work on those unwanted weeds dotting your lawn, driveway and fence line. It enters the plant on contact, producing visible results within hours, and allowing replanting of desired plants within one to three days; making it perfect for lawn reseeding and landscaping projects.


Compare N Save Weed & Grass Killer

This 41 percent glyphosate solution packs a bigger punch compared to the quick-acting formula. It kills almost all annual and perennial weeds, grasses, vines, brush and stumps. Compare N Save Weed & Grass Killer only kills actively growing weeds so any seed in the ground can still sprout.


Compare-N-Save Crabgrass & Sandbur Preventer

This is a pre-emergent herbicide which means it stops crabgrass and sandburs before they grow and ruin your lawn. It won’t kill these broadleaf weeds once they are established so make sure to use it early in the season.


Compare-N-Save 2,4-D Amine Broadleaf Weed Killer

Need to kill broadleaf weeds and brush in your crop fields, pastures and rangelands? This is the herbicide to grab. It is a selective weed control for bindweed, thistle, smartweed, wild garlic, curly dock, tansy ragwort and wild onions. It can also be used in non-crop areas like lawns, roadsides, fence rows and industrial sites.



It’s all in the name, brush is the target of this herbicide. This systemic herbicide kills more than 60 woody plants, including mesquite, oaks, locust, wild rose and sweetgum, and more than 30 broadleaf weeds, like Canada thistle, milkweed and dog fennel. Brushtox can be applied directly to foliage, to a cut stump or as a basal bark treatment. Since Brushtox targets broadleaf weeds, many natural grasses won’t be harmed and many even flourish without the added competition for nutrients.



Made with 43 percent glyphosate, RM43 is a powerhouse that offers total weed control for up to a year. It not only kills more than 150 existing weeds, brush and vines, but when sprayed on bare ground keeps those weeds in check, for months. RM43 is rainfast in two hours and safe for people and livestock once it is dry.



A gardener’s best friend, this product is the perfect combination of fast-acting and long-lasting weed control. RM18 is a total weed control solution for brush, broadleaf plants and grass. Since it contains 18 percent glyphosate, it only kills the vegetation, leaving the soil intact.


It’s a good idea to have the right tool on hand for the right job to achieve the best results. Find all these herbicides near you and take control of your weed control.