Ferti-lome Dollar Weed Control - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Joan from Emerald Isle, Nc
    07/11/2019
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    Will Ferti-Lome Dollar Weed Control harm centipede or St. Augustine grass?
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    Ferti-lome Dollar Weed Control is labeled safe on Centipede and St. Augustine grasses. Per the label: Do not apply to centipedegrass during the period of winter dormancy. Grass should be green and actively growing at the time of application.

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  • Asked by John from West Park,fl,33023
    06/21/2015
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    Is the main ingredient in Fertilome Dollar Weed Control mythsulfran Mythel or Atrazine?
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    The active ingredient in Fertilome Dollar Weed Control is penoxsulam. However if you are looking for products that contain Atrazine or Metsulfuron Methyl, we do carry products with those ingredients which you can find by typing the names into our search bar of our site. 
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  • Asked by Aj from Jacksonville, Fl
    03/28/2018
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    How soon after applying Fertilome Dollar Weed Control can I apply lawn fertilizer?
    How soon after applying Fertilome Dollar Weed Control can I apply lawn fertilizer? Want to make sure I don't waste a lawn fertilizer application.
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    You do not need to wait to apply fertilizer after using Fertilome Dollar Weed Control unless there is a specific restriction on the fertilizer label or your lawn is already under some kind of stress.

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  • Asked by Barb from Sebring, Fl
    03/24/2018
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    Can I use Fertilome Dollar Weed Control around my rose bushes to get rid of dollar weed?
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    Fertilome Dollar Weed Control should not come into contact with desirable ornamental plants such as your rose bushes. Unfortunately, products that will kill the dollarweed could also potentially harm the roses, so it would be best to spot treat carefully with a non-selective liquid spray such as RoundUp QuikPro. Snapshot is a pre-emergent herbicide labeled to control or suppress pennywort (dollarweed), and it is safe to use around most established ornamentals.

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