We don't carry that particular model spreader, so we are not sure what the exact settings would be.
We would need more information in order to answer your question efficiently.
What state are you in? What type of grass do you have?
Pendulum 2G is a pre-emergent and would normally be put down in early March to late April before the weeds have germinated. This will depend on the area that you reside.
Most weeds begin germinating when the soil temperature is 55 - 60 degrees, so it is best for you to apply this when the soil temperature average is 50 degrees.
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Pendulum 2G can be applied in early spring to prevent field sandbur, and it can be applied in the late summer/early fall to prevent lawn burweed. Many areas of Texas have had a more mild winter than usual this year, so a lot of field sandbur has been behaving more like a perennial than an annual. In this case, you may need a combination of pre-emergents and post-emergents to get satisfactory control. Keep in mind, too, that the best defense against sandbur is healthy, thick turfgrass.
You can consider a pre emergent like Pendulum to spread for Burweed in your Bermuda lawn. This should be put down before germination.
You can fertilize before, during, or after application of
Pendulum 2G is not labeled for use around anything edible.