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Not all herbicides will kill all type of weeds. For example, selective herbicides made to kill broadleaf weeds will not kill the dreaded crabgrass — because it’s a grass.
Whichever product you select, it’s vital to apply it thoroughly and evenly to gain the best weed prevention. You will need to know how many square feet in your yard to mix the right amount. A pre-emergent must cover your target area completely to serve as a barrier against weed growth. Missing a spot could mean trouble because if you give a weed an inch — it’ll take a yard!
Is It a Selective or Nonselective Product?
Prodiamine – The active ingredient found in the popular Barricade brand pre-emergence herbicide, which tackles about 30 different broadleaf and grassy weeds, including the dreaded crabgrass and annual bluegrass (poa annua).
Exactly when your soil turns that temperature will depend on your local climate, and what the weather is like this season. Mid-winter? Early spring? Late spring? Maybe, maybe and maybe.
This is a matter of personal preference. Liquid pre-emergent products must be applied with a properly calibrated sprayer. It’s essential to water in granular products applied by a spreader.
Important: Pre-emergent is not designed to control existing weeds or weed seeds.
If you’re working with a non-irrigated area or a drip zone, apply the pre-emergent just before rain is anticipated.
Developing a Weed Control Strategy
Principle #2: Pre-emergent must be mixed correctly and applied evenly over the target area for best results.
What are the life cycles of the weeds, and when is the proper timing for a pre-emergent herbicide application?
Principle #3: Pre-emergent herbicide must be watered in.