Be sure the you irrigate at least 1/2 in of water after Ronstar G - 50 lbs. application. The water will activate the granule, and then it should no longer be visible.
You can apply a fertilizer either right before or right after applying RonStar G, you just cannot apply them together at the same time.
According to the label for Ronstar G, this product is not permitted for use on poa annua in California. This product is also not for use on residential lawns.
We would recommend using Corral 2.68G for pre-emergent control. It is labeled for both pearlwort and poa annua and is safe for use on bermudagrass. This product is applied with a spreader.
Ronstar G - 50 lbs. is not labeled to be used near anything edible.
Ronstar G - 50 lbs. is a pre-emergent herbicide that cannot be used within 4 months of seeding. It should also be noted that this product is not labeled to be used on residential lawns.
Ronstar G is a pre-emergent herbicide that is not for use on residential lawns.
Ronstar G cannot be applied in areas with succulents. You may call us at 866-581-7378 for assistance with your particular situation.
According to the manufacturer, Ronstar G Herbicide has a shelf life of 3-5 years ( opened & unopened) if stored properly in the original packaging. The application of this product will completely depend on the type of weeds you are trying to prevent and the type of grass you are applying the product on and of course your location. The manufacturer also states that no more than 4 pounds can be applied in a single application and the product can be reapplied in 4 months. Please refer to the product label for more specific application instructions. We would also recommend that you contact your local cooperative extension office and speak to the master gardener on staff. He/she will be able to tell you the best time for the application as he/she will know when the weeds germinate in your region.
Ronstar G Herbicide is not intended to be used around anything edible. You would need to wait at least 1 year if applied in an area you plan to plant edibles or completely remove the treated soil and replace with fresh soil