Heritage G Fungicide may be applied before or after seeding, or at seed germination.
Grass clippings should be bagged and discarded after treating with Heritage G Fungicide.
We would suggest using Heritage G Fungicide by itself then you can use a fertilizer afterwards by a few days or even a week to not overload the lawn with chemicals.
Heritage G Fungicide can be applied as a preventative for the turfgrass diseases listed on the product label. Either Eagle 20EW or Clearys 3336 DG Lite Granular Fungicide would be a great product to rotate to depending on what you are treating. We recommend to rotate fungicides every 3 applications.
It is always best to apply a fungicide for prevention and rotate with options from different classes. You will rotate also for a curative treament when you have activity of a turf disease. It is good that you purchased both products for rotation. There are some things you will want to do, also, that do not involve products such as minimizing shade on the property, improving any drainage issues, reducing the thatch in the soil, and watering your lawn earlier in the day. You should also have a soil analysis performed to determine the nutrients and the pH of the soil.
If you need to use 2-4lbs of product per 1,000 sq ft you would add 2-4 lb of product to spreader, start with a medium setting, then apply product to a 20 x 50 ft area (1,000 sq ft). If you have product left, your setting is too low. If you run out of product, your setting is too high. Because of the many brands of spreaders available the Heritage manufacturer does not provide the exact spreader settings.
The shelf life of Heritage G unopened if stored in a cool dry area is 3 years from date of purchase