Mark from Industry, Texas writes
I have both common Bermuda and St. Augustine grass. The Bermuda grass is dormant and the St. Augustine is semi-dormant (fairly green but not growing). Will my grasses be at least reasonably safe if I spray at this time before the grasses resume growing in the active season? The ground is moist because of lots of rain in the winter, and the winter weeds are very actively growing.
Ferti-lome Weed Free Zone cannot be applied to St. Augustine grass during spring green-up (which is the transition period between dormancy and active growth). As long as the St Augustine parts of the lawn are not in this stage it would be safe to use this product on the entire lawn.
Answer last updated on: 02/07/2019