Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Lil
    07/23/2011
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    Best to apply Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control in Spring?
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    Since Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control is a pre-emergent, it is meant to prevent crabgrass from germinating so it has to be applied before it starts to germinate.  Typically this would be applied in late February to early March depending on where you live.
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  • Asked by Kenny
    02/24/2011
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    Is it okay to apply Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control and then let the rain do the irrigation?
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    Absolutely. As long as it does rain within a few hours and the rain provides about 1/2" of irrigation this method is fine.
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  • Asked by Mel
    03/16/2011
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    What minimum temperature is it ok to apply Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control?
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    There is no minimum temperature indicated to apply Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control. Basically, you need to apply the product 1-2 weeks prior to the onset of conditions favorable for the weed seed germination. This will vary from region to region and you should contact your local cooperative extension office to enquire when the appropriate application time would be in your area.
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  • Asked by Bob from Cherokee Village, Ar.
    06/26/2012
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    How soon can I sow new grass in the spring after applying Hi-Yield in Feb.?
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    According to the Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control product label you should wait at least 8 weeks after a single application if you used the 1/2-2 lbs pounds of active ingredient per acre rate or 12-16 weeks if you used the higher application rate of 2-3 lbs of active ingredient per acre. The product label also recommends that you increase the amount of seed used and use equipment designed to put the seed in contact with the soil.
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  • Asked by Arthur from New Sweden Maine
    07/23/2014
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    What is the square footage of coverage of Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control for crabgrass control?
    3 acres of grass. Was a maintained lawn of fescue that was let go for 3 years. Have quite a lot of crabgrass. Would like to make go away so I can cut well with a gang reel mower. Reel mowers do not cut crabgrass well. Thank you for your time. Arthur
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    The Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control 9 lb. bag covers 5,000 to 20,000 sq. ft., depending on turfgrass and target plant. Please let us know more about where you are located and what type of lawn you have so that we can offer you more information on treatment.
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  • Asked by Norm from Parsippany, Nj
    08/10/2016
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    How many pounds of Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control do I need to cover 20,000 square feet?
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    You will need 35-45 lbs of Hi Yield Crabgrass Weed Control to cover 20,000 square feet. 

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  • Asked by Sandy from Ft. Salonga, Ny
    03/31/2016
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    When should I apply Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control?
    I live on Long Island NY April 1st is tomorrow. We are going to be back in the 30-40's on Sunday and Monday. When should I apply it?
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    Since Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control is a pre-emergent, it is meant to prevent crabgrass from germinating so it has to be applied before it starts to germinate.  There is no minimum temperature indicated to apply Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control. Basically, you need to apply the product 1-2 weeks prior to the onset of conditions favorable for the weed seed germination. This will vary from region to region and you should contact your local cooperative extension office to enquire when the appropriate application time would be in your area.

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    4 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Okaasan from Greenwich, Ct
    07/23/2013
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    Can I apply Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control in March and again in July in CT.
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    Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control can be applied in March, July and another application at the end of September.
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    3 of 3 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by John from Flower Mound, Tx
    02/20/2017
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    Does moderate water fall after applying Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control effect it?
    I applied Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control in the morning, and that night storm hit my area and got about 1.5" - 2" water fall. I wonder if it doesn't interfere effectiveness of the product, or I need to re-apply it?
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    Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control is a pre-emergent herbicide that needs to be watered in about so that rainfall should not have effected the application and would actually help.

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  • Asked by Hank from Bluffton, Sc
    01/26/2016
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    Will Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control harm Centipede Grass?
    I live in S.C. 29910 When is it best to spread your product Hi-Yield Crabgrass control? I'm not sure of the settings with my (Broadcast Scotts edge guard) for your Crab Grass preventer Hi-yield can you post an accurate setting?
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    Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control is safe to apply to Centipede grass as directed on the product label. You need to apply the product 1-2 weeks prior to the onset of conditions favorable for the weed seed germination. This will vary from region to region and you should contact your local cooperative extension office to enquire when the appropriate application time would be in your area. The product label also contains spreader settings to refer to. If your spreader is not listed, Scott's has a tool on their website that might help.

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  • Asked by John from Chesapeake, Va
    09/25/2013
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    Using this in combination with 2 4-D
    Can I use this with 2 4-D to for my pre-emergence?
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    Herbicide product labels recommend applying products only to healthy lawns, depending on your type of lawn, you may want be careful. For example, St Augustine grass is a sensitive grass and you probably would not want to overapply chemicals to it - expecially if it is not healthy. You should be wary of mixing herbicides and over applying chemicals to lawn all at once because it can burn your lawn or do other damage. You may want to contact your local cooperatioce extension office for recommendations on lawns in your area and climate.
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  • Asked by Howard from Plano, Tx
    10/28/2016
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    When should Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control be applied in Dallas, Texas?
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    Pre-emergents, such as Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control, should be applied when the soil temperature reaches 55 degrees Fahrenheit in the spring and before it falls below 55 degrees Fahrenheit in the fall months. You will use 2.25 - 3.5 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. in late winter or early spring.

    Please check out our Warm Season Lawn Schedule for information on when products should be applied throughout the year.

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  • Asked by Rhonda
    09/13/2016
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    When is the best time now that Fall is approaching to apply Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control?
    I live in middle ga.
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    According to this guide from the UGA Extension Service, the best timing for Fall pre-emergent herbicides like Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control will be August 15- September 15 in North Georgia and September 1 to 15 in South Georgia. If you have not applied your Fall pre-emergent, then you should do so as soon as possible now.

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  • Asked by Kathy from Woodville, Tx
    04/30/2016
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    What are the ingredients in Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control?
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    Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control Granular is a pre-emergent, selective herbicide that contains Benefin 1.33%  and Trifluralin 0.67%. The remaining ingredients are proprietary to the manfacturer and not disclosed to anyone.

     

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  • Asked by Roosevelt from Miami, Florida
    02/14/2018
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    Can I use Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control on bare ground before I lay down new sod?
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    Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control this product is a pre-emergent, so you would need to wait at least 3 to 4 months before re-seeding or re-sodding your lawn after application. Roundup does not have any residual in soil, so this may be a better option.  You can install your sod 2 weeks after application. 

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  • Asked by Roosevelt from Miami,florida
    02/15/2018
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    How long do I need to wait to apply Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control after laying down new sod?
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    It is advised to wait to apply Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control to newly sprigged areas of Bermudagrass, St. Augustine, Centipedegrass or Zoysiagrass until turf is well established. Established turf is usually 8 weeks or atleast 2 mowings. The product label also advises that this product NOT be applied in the spring to turfgrass planted the previous fall. 

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  • Asked by Cheryl from Chelsea Ma
    05/14/2015
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    Should grass seed be applied before applying Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control
    I'm in New England a few miles from Atlantic shore 20 mins north of Boston zip 02150. I've got a rear and a front lawn. Rear lawn has mixed grass as inadvertently diff r entry lawn seed was used in spots. Locally it's impossible to find low growing lawn seed without mixtures and impossible to buy sm amounts grass seed anyway but I've got areas where lawn furnature was etc where bare of grass. Should I reset there first although maybe this product shouldn't be placed in those spots? Thanks for any help. Cher
    A
    Hi Yield Crabgrass Weed can be applied to seeded areas 2 weeks after germination. You can overseed 8 weeks after application of Hi Yield Crabgrass weed control.
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  • Asked by Eagle from Goose Creek, Sc
    10/11/2013
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    Fall pre & post emerge with best fertilizer in centipede lawn
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    Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control Granular is a pre-emergent, selective herbicide for control of crabgrass, foxtail, goosegrass, barnyardgrass, and other listed annual weed grasses. It can be applied in Centipede established lawns. It is not a post-emergent herbicide.
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  • Asked by Fernando from Queens, Ny
    03/06/2017
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    What is a good pre-emergent herbicide to use for crabgrass control? I have small children so I need something that is safe.
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    Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control would be a good option for you.  It is safe if used according to the label instructions.  Children should be kept out of the area while the product is being applied and watered in, but can safely return when everything is fully dry. 

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  • Asked by Tommy from Memphis, Tn
    03/06/2016
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    Is it ok to dethatch my lawn prior to applying Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control?
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    Yes, it is ok to dethatch the lawn prior to applying Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control. 

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