The Corral 2.68G is a long lasting and consistent pre-emergent herbicide that offers a broad spectrum in controlling troublesome weed problems by annual grasses, chickweed and spurge. It's proven effective to use in any nursery conditions, landscape ornamentals and turf. The Corral herbicide can be used for pre - emergent control of crabgrass, goosegrass, Poa annua and other grassy weeds that may permanently damage grass and turf.
For goosegrass, crabgrass, foxtail, barnyardgrass, fall panicum, Poa annua, cudweed, hop clover, oxails, evening primrose, chickweed, purslane, knotweed, henbit, prostrate spurge and pearlwort, apply in the spring or fall before they sprout or after established weeds are removed. Apply product to dry foliage only. Apply either prior to weed seed germination or following complete weed removal.
For use in residential lawns, recreational areas, sod farms, commercial areas and golf courses.
Do not apply more than 75 lb of product / acre to residential lawns, recreational areas and sod farms.
For use on established bermudagrass, St. Augustinegrass, centipedegrass, zoysiagrass, bahiagrass and tall fescue.
Noted : Read Product Label for complete list of Product Applications, Application Rates and Directions for Use.
This stuff should do the trick ! Apply and water in lightly in July for weed-free autumn ! Easy and effective. More economical than little canisters of Preen at the big-box. I have a 1/2 acre lot with mostly natural areas, so it takes the entire bag every six months. Worth it.
I have used corral for many years and find that is does stop the growth of weed seeds, but it won't kill the weeds already sprouted. I will continue to use the product over winter to keep the weeds from the areas in my yard that I want kept clean. It does a good job.
1. How many square feet does one bag cover? 2. Do you know the spreader setting for Scott's edgeguard mini?
The square footage that one bag of Corral 2.68G will cover will vary depending on what you are treating. The manufacturer does not give settings for specific spreaders, but per the product label, "Calibrate to deliver 40 lbs. (1 bag) per 15,384 sq. ft. or 2.6 lbs./1,000 sq. ft. At the 1.7 lbs./1,000 sq. ft. rate, one bag covers 23,529 sq. ft."