We would recommend to wait several weeks to move the day lily after Snapshot application. Please be cautious because the flowers will be stressed from transplanting.
No, Snapshot 2.5 TG is not labeled for use in marshes. We would recommend using Rodeo Herbicide. It is safe for use in bodies of water and will eliminate cattails. 2.5 Gallons will cover up to 5 acres. The mixing ratio is 2 and 2/3 fluid oz. Rodeo per gallon of water. Be sure to use a surfactant for harder to kill weeds. These products can be mixed together and applied directly to the weeds.
Snapshot 2.5 TG - 50 lbs. cannot be applied to edible vegetation including citrus trees. If already applied, do not consume the fruit.
Snapshot is a selective pre-emergent herbicide that provides control of listed annual grasses and broadleaf weeds in landscape ornamentals, ground covers, perennials, non-bearing fruit and nut trees, container grown ornamentals, non-bearing vineyards, field-grown ornamentals and non-cropland. Please refer to the product label for complete mixing and applications instructions as well as a list of tolerable plant species and targeted weeds.
You must wait at least 60 days between Snapshot 2.5 TG applications. You cannot apply more than 600 lbs per acre per year.
Snapshot 2.5 TG cannot be used on lawns. Snapshot 2.5 TG is meant to be used in landscape beds and around trees. We do carry pre-emergent herbicides and post-emergent herbicides for your lawn. Please let us know the type of turfgrass you have and what weeds you are targeting and we can help you select a product that will fit your needs.
Snapshot 2.5 TG is one of our most popular pre-emergent herbicides for use around ornamentals and ground covers, and several types of liriope are listed as tolerant on the product label. These plants would need to be established before applying the Snapshot or most other pre-emergent herbicides. A popular post-emergent for use around liriope is Fusilade II Herbicide, which will target grassy weeds. Always read the product label before purchasing and applying herbicides to ensure that it will fit your needs.
Snapshot 2.5 TG should not be applied to areas with edible vegetation.
Yes, you could apply Snapshot more than once during the year in accordance with the product label. Fall applications will help control winter weeds such as poa annua. Repeat applications at 150 lb per Acre and higher should not be made sooner than 60 days after a previous application of Snapshot 2.5 TG. Do not apply over 600 lb per Acre total of Snapshot 2.5 TG within a 12-month period. Be sure to follow label precautions in areas where you may intend to transplant or grow other plants in the future.
Snapshot 2.5 TG is labeled to be used safely on the following fern species: Australian Tree Fern, Filicoides Fern, Cypress Fern, Tasmanian Tree Fern, Japanese Painted Fern, and Tassel Fern.
Snapshot 2.5 TG is not labeled to be used in any turf grasses. It is meant to be used in landscape beds and around trees. Please provide the targeted weeds for an alternate recommendation. Thank you!
Snapshot 2.5 TG is a pre-emergent herbicide that needs to be activated with about 0.5 inches of rainfall or irrigation. If you are expecting extremely heavy rains, then it would be best to delay your application so that your barrier is not disturbed. Snapshot should be activated within 3 days of application for best results. Repeat applications at 150 lbs per Acre or higher should not be made sooner than 60 days, per the product label.
Fusilade is a good option to use for crabgrass and other grassy weeds in juniper as directed on the product label. As far as timing for a pre-emergent like Snapshot, it should be applied before soil temperatures reach 55 degrees. If the Snapshot did not prevent the crabgrass it sounds like it was applied too late. You may also contact your local cooperative extension office to determine the correct timing of the application as this will vary greatly from region to region.
Snapshot is a post-emergent herbicide only, so it is not made to kill any existing plants. Geranium cinereum (ballerina) is listed as intolerant of over-the-top Snapshot applications, while the common weed Carolina geranium is prevented from germinating by using Snapshot. Geranium incarnum and Geranium subcaulescens are listed as tolerant plants of Snapshot. Since the exact species you mention is not listed as either tolerant or intolerant, we would recommend testing over a small area before treating around a large area of this groundcover, or selecting a different product for your needs.
If you would like to tell us more specifically which plants you are wanting to kill/prevent and which are the desirable plants, then we can better assist you.