Hi-Yield Weed and Grass Stopper with Dimension Herbicide can be applied at the same time as a fertilizer.
Most pre-emergent herbicides should not be used at or near the time of seeding since they are designed to prevent seed germination. Per the product label for Hi-Yield Weed and Grass Stopper with Dimension Herbicide, this product should be applied only to lawns and turfgrasses that are well established. The exception is that in newly established lawns of Kentucky Bluegrass, Perennial Ryegrass and/or Tall Fescue, you can use this product two weeks after the first sign of germination. A pre-emergent that can be applied at seeding is Tenacity Herbicide.
Hi-Yield Weed and Grass Stopper with Dimension Herbicide label does not list your spreader setting. If you need to use 3lbs of product per 1,00 sq ft you would add 3 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. Typically if you walk at a normal pace and set the spreader at the middle setting, that is usually the right amount per 1000 square feet.
No, Hi-Yield Weed and Grass Stopper with Dimension Herbicide is not labeled to control dandelions.
Dimension 2EW is labeled for dandelions pre-emergently. This has more of the active ingredient which is why it is likely labeled for dandelions and the other product is not.
Yes. Hi-Yield Weed and Grass Stopper with Dimension Herbicide actually needs to be activated by at least 1/2 inch irrigation or rainfall after application for best results.
The best time to apply pre-emergent herbicides such as Hi Yield Weed and Grass Stopper with Dimension Herbicide is when the soil temperature is consistently above 55 degrees Fahrenheit. It would be a good idea to contact your local cooperative extension office to find out the best timing for your specific area.
As long as the lawn is not drenched and there is no standing water Hi-Yield Weed and Grass Stopper with Dimension Herbicide could be applied to a wet lawn. The important thing is to water in 1/2 inch after application by irrigation or rain.
The Hi-Yield Weed and Grass Stopper with Dimension Herbicideis not safe to be used in vegetable gardens and is not labeled for that use. If you are looking to prevent weed growth in an area where edibles are planted, you would want to use Monterey Vegetable and Ornamental Weeder.