Season Long Lawn Weed Killer + Preventer 9.6 LB Granules

  • Kills over 200 types of listed weeds, including hard to kill weeds like Clovers, Dandelions and Crabgrass
  • Prevents weeds and crabgrass up to 6 months
  • Creates an extended 6-month control barrier that prevents new listed weeds from sprouting
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KILLS & PREVENTS WEEDS & CRABGRASS UP TO 6 MONTHS

Kills over 200 types of listed weeds, including hard to kill weeds like Crabgrass, Clovers and Dandelions, and prevents them from growing back for up to 6 months

CREATES AN EXTENDED 6-MONTH CONTROL BARRIER

Creates an extended, 6-month control barrier that prevents new weeds* from sprouting

 

*Listed

TARGETS HARD TO KILL WEEDS

Targets hard to kill weeds*, destroying them to the root

 

*Listed

  • Key Features

    • Kills tough listed weeds
    • Prevents weeds and crabgrass up to 6 months
    • Creates an extended 6-month control barrier
    • Targets hard to kill weeds
    • Covers 4,000 square feet
    • Actives: 0.818% 2, 4-D; 0.419% Quinclorac; 0.073% Dicamba; 0.240% Dithiopyr
  • Season of Usage

    • Spring
    • Fall
  • Where to Use

    • Bermudagrass
    • Buffalograss
    • Kentucky Bluegrass
    • Ryegrass
    • Fescue
    • Seashore Paspalum
    • Zoysiagrass
  • When to Use

    • In Spring after lawn is actively growing and mowed twice
    • In Fall no closer than 2 to 6 weeks before your area's first historical frost
  • Availability Regions

    Not for sale in FL, HI, and NY

  • Labels

  • Weed Kill List

    • Dandelions
    • Clovers
    • Crabgrass
    • Foxtails
  • Active Ingredients

    • Actives: 0.818% 2, 4-D; 0.419% Quinclorac; 0.073% Dicamba; 0.240% Dithiopyr

STEP 1:

Use rotary or drop type spreader to apply granules evenly over the lawn. To be sure you cover lawn areas uniformly, first treat the border of the lawn then fill in the center. Make parallel passes, walking at a steady pace to ensure even distribution of the granules

 

STEP 2:

If using a broadcast or rotary spreader, make sure each strip overlaps the previous strip to ensure complete coverage

 

STEP 3:

If using a drop spreader, make sure the wheels overlap the wheel marks in the grass from the previous strip to ensure complete coverage

 

STEP 4:

Sweep, brush or blow any accidentally applied material off driveways, sidewalks etc. back on to the lawn

 

STEP 5:

After application, treated weeds may turn a slight purple color which is an indication that the herbicide is working

 

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