Ferti-Lome Weed Free Zone Plus Lawn Fertilizer 18-0-6 is the perfect choice to control broadleaf weeds in your lawn in cooler temperatures all while providing the nutrients your lawn needs. Apply Ferti-Lome Weed Free Zone Plus Lawn Fertilizer 18-0-6 in early fall and spring to active, young weeds early in the morning when dew is present on the grass. Ferti-Lome Weed Free Zone Plus Lawn Fertilizer 18-0-6 controls hard to kill broadleaf weeds like clover, ground ivy, and dandelions in established lawns.
Ferti-Lome Weed Free Zone Plus Lawn Fertilizer 18-0-6 is a combination of four proven weed killers: 2,4D, dicamba, mecocrop, and sulfentrazone. This herbicide controls a wide range of lawn weeds and contains the 18-0-6 slow release fertilizer providing a supply of plant nutrients.
I spent $140 on this to attempt to kill my dandelion-type weeds. I followed directions exactly (wet immediately before applying in sections) but it only wilted a few leaves of some of the weeds. It has been two weeks now and still not the results that were promised. I'm really disappointed because I had high hopes. It did kill some of the taller weeds. I guess a spray would have worked better. Sad.
We are sorry that you are disappointed with the results from your treatment. If you have not had the particular weed that you are treating identified, then we would suggest calling your local cooperative extension for assistance with identification and for recommendations on which products to use and at what time of year. The Extension program is an excellent resource since they will specialize in your locale: http://counties.agrilife.org/
It's been two weeks since application to areas infested with chickweed. I see more growth in fescue but not so much impact killing off the chickweed. I have a second bag to do another application later.
I ordered ferti-lome's Weed Free Zone plus Lawn Fertilizer. I received a box in the mail that was in good condition. I have no idea how they got the package in the box it came in, however I don't intend to ship it again. I have a problem in my lawn with clover, and I'm hoping this takes care of it.
If you are asking about Fertilome Weed free Zone with 2,4 D the label suggests the the product will harm ornamentals. Part of the label shown below:
Do not allow spray drift onto Vegetables, Flowers, Ornamental Plants, Shrubs, Trees and other desirable plants since injury may result. • Do not exceed specified dosages for any area. Be particularly careful within dripline of trees and other ornamental species. • Do not apply as a fine mist because of potential injury to desirable plants.
We recommend to contact the master gardener for a product recommendation that works in your area to safely treat around the tulips. Here is the link http://www.csrees.usda.gov/Extension/index.html