Hi-Yield Grub Free Zone III 10 lbs.

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Hi-Yield Grub Free Zone III 10 lbs.

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Product Overview

Hi-Yield Grub Free Zone III with Imidacloprid is a systemic soil treatment granule to protect turfgrass and landscape ornamentals from grubs, mole crickets, and the larvae of Green June Beetles, Japanese Beetles, Billbugs, European Crane Flies, and more.  Apply Grub Free Zone evenly using a drop-type or rotary-type spreader, then irrigate mechanically or by rainfall within 24 hours of application to release the active ingredient to the plant roots. For best results, apply prior to egg hatch of target pests. A 10-lb bag treats up to 5,500 sq. ft. for mole crickets, or up to 7,000 sq. ft. for listed pest larvae such as Japanese beetles or billbugs. May also be applied prior to the hatching of the first instar nymphs for suppression of chinchbugs. Not for use on commercial sod, turf grown for sale, or in commercial greenhouses or nurseries.

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Features and Specs

Active Ingredient: Imidacloprid 0.5%
Target pests: Grubs, Mole Crickets, larvae of Eurpean Crane Fly, Green June Beetles, Billbugs, Japanese Beetles, and more. See product label for complete list of pests.
For use in: Turf and landscape ornamentals
Application: Ornamentals: 1.4 to 1.8 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. Turf: 1.2 to 1.8 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. Avoid runoff or puddling of irrigation water following application. Avoid mowing until after irrigation.
Pet safe: Yes, following drying after irrigation.
Yield: 10 lb. bag treats up to 7,000 sq. ft.
NOT FOR SALE TO: CA, CT, MD, NY
Shipping Weight: 9.95 lbs
Manufactured By: VPG (Mfg. Number: 33058)
UPC: 732221330580

Details

Hi-Yield Grub Free Zone with Imidacloprid is a systemic soil treatment granule to protect turfgrass and landscape ornamentals from grubs, mole crickets, and the larvae of Green June Beetles, Japanese Beetles, Billbugs, European Crane Flies, and more.  Apply Grub Free Zone evenly using a drop-type or rotary-type spreader, then irrigate mechanically or by rainfall within 24 hours of application to release the active ingredient to the plant roots. For best results, apply prior to egg hatch of target pests. A 10-lb bag treats up to 5,500 sq. ft. for mole crickets, or up to 8,300 sq. ft. for listed pest larvae such as Japanese beetles or billbugs. May also be applied prior to the hatching of the first instar nymphs for suppression of chinchbugs. Not for use on commercial sod, turf grown for sale, or in commercial greenhouses or nurseries.

 

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  • 3 of 5 Stars

    Hi Yield grub free

    By Joe on 04/22/2011

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    Applied day after receipt, still have some grubs a couple weeks later. Armadillos are still feasting on them digging up my yard. Grubs in Florida may be immune to this stuff now. I need to find good old liquid chemicals.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Got Grubs?

    By Ray on 07/30/2017

    I've been using Hi-Yield Grub Free Zone III for about 10 years to treat our Agave plants. During that time we haven't lost any of the plants. Neighbors have complained they cannot grow the Agave because the grubs keep eating the roots. We have many, some as tall as 6 feet. I have recommended this product to many people because if used correctly I know it works. DoMyOwn offers free shipping and I was pleasantly surprised when I learned they had not increased their price since I bought the last bag a few years ago.

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    3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Questions & Answers

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Is Hi-Yield Grub Free Zone III safe for pets and kids?
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When used as directed on the product label Hi-Yield Grub Free Zone III is safe for use around pets and children.

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What is the safety of Hi Yield Grub Free Zone?

Assume pets and children should not walk on lawn until watered in and dry?

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That is correct, as long as you keep pets and children out of the area while you apply Hi-Yield Grub Free Zone III and until everything has been watered in and had time to settle, it is safe.  

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Active ingredient &%
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The active ingredient in Hi Yield Grub Killer is Imidacloprid 0.5%.

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Can Hi-Yield Grub Free Zone III be used in the fall in the yard to control white grubs in central Texas?
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Hi-Yield Grub Free Zone III should be applied in early to mid July within six weeks of egg hatching for the best results.

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Japanese Beetles

When do I treat, I am tired of loosing my garden each year what is my best attack method....thanks

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You would need to apply the Hi-Yield Grub Free Zone prior to egg hatching for the Japanese Beetle and this timing can vary from region to region. We recommend you contact your local cooperative extension office to find the best time to apply product for Japanese Beetle Grubs in your area.

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