Tom from Abilene, Texas writes,
Can Hi-Yield Weed & Grass Stopper be applied on melting snow?
I live in Texas where when it snows it usually melts in 12 hours. Such is the case today. Can the product be applied on ice or snow and allowed to soak in slowly instead of watering it in or does the snow/ice negatively effect the product?
You do not want to apply herbicides or pesticides directly on snow or ice or to any soil that is frozen. You should wait until any snow or ice has melted and either soaked into the ground or evaporated. You can contact your local cooperative extension for the best timing for your pre-emergent application in your area.
Answer last updated on: 03/05/2015