Ferti-Lome Weed-Out Plus Lawn Fertilizer 25-0-4 controls a broad range of post-emergent broadleaf weeds in warm and cool season turf while providing much needed nutrients to turf. Within 7-10 days you will see the effects of Ferti-Lome Weed-Out Plus Lawn Fertilizer 25-0-4 on dandelion, chickweed, knotweed, plantain, henbit, spurge, and many other listed broadleaf weeds. Ferti-Lome Weed-Out Plus Lawn Fertilizer 25-0-4 is safe to use on St. Augustine, centipedegrass, bahiagrass, bermudagrass, zoysiagrass, bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, fescue, and bentgrass. See label for complete details.
DO NOT apply Ferti-Lome Weed-Out Plus Lawn Fertilizer 25-0-4 on Floratam or other improved varieties of St. Augustine Grass in Florida.
|Active Ingredient:||Dimethylamine salt of (+)-(R)-2-(2-methyl-4-cholorophenoxy) propionic acid - 0.29% |
Dimethylamine salt of 2,4-dichorophenoxyacetic acid - 0.17%
Dimethylamine salt of dicamba (3,6-dicholor-o-anisic acid) - 0.07%
Total Nitrogen - 25%
Soluble Potash - 4%
Boron - 0.02%, Copper - 0.05%, Iron - 0.10%, Manganese - 0.05%, Zinc - 0.05%
|Target pests:||Herbicide: Dandelion, chickweed, knotweed, plantain, henbit, spurge, and many other listed broadleaf weeds |
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Cool and Warm Season Grasses: St. Augustine, centipedegrass, bahiagrass, bermudagrass, zoysiagrass, bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, fescue, and bentgrass |
DO NOT apply on Floratam or other improved varieties of St. Augustine Grass in Florida
* See label for complete details
|Application:||* See label for complete application instructions|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Coverage Area:||5,000 sq. ft.|
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By Large in Lighfoot, Virginia on April 13, 2014
We sent a sample of our yards dirt to the Virginia Cooperative Extension who responded with the recommendation to use a 25-00-07 lawn fertilizer to bring it back to life. The best our search could produce was Ferti-Lome Weed-Out Plus Lawn Fertilizer 25-0-4. Well, our expectations were by far fulfilled by a wide margin. The icing on the cake so to speak was the built in weed killer. Our lawn care guy was speechless when it was time to cut the grass for the first time this season. The lawn looked like a plush deep pile carpet of bright green without a weed in sight, just beautiful. As a bonus, my wife has allowed me back into the house, at least for the season, we will celebrate tonight. ;o))
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May 18, 2014Zaheer from Cumming Ga asked:
QJust want to find out that how often weed & feed needs to be applied,
I have the lawn with Bermuda grass, how often that needs to be applied.
April 15, 2014Joseph from Grand Prairie, Tx asked:
QNeed More Weed Control than Fertilizer
Is this the best weed and feed to control weeds? I have already treated my grass with 15-15-15 so its nice and green. However, I put the Pre-Emergent down to late and have weeds all over.
AThe Ferti-Lome Weed-Out Plus Lawn Fertilizer 25-0-4 would be a great product to use for treatment of the weeds listed on the product label. If you are looking more for just a weed killer we do carry the Fertilome Weed Out Lawn Weed Killer which has the same herbicide active ingredients without the fertilizer.
March 16, 2014Maxwell from Austin, Texas asked:
QCan Ferti-Lome Weed-Out Plus Lawn Fertilizer be applied to Bermuda Turf Grass?
AFerti-Lome Weed-Out Plus Lawn Fertilizer 25-0-4 can be applied to Bermuda Grass. Be sure to review the label before application.
February 23, 2014Ivan from Haines City , Florida asked:
QIs Ferti-Lome Weed-Out Plus Lawn Fertilizer 25-0-4 good for bahiagrass in FL?
I need weed control and fertilizer for my bahiagrass.
March 5, 2015Marcos from San Jose, Ca asked:
QI need a weed and feed for my lawn
I have a mix of cool season ryegrass and fescue and need a weed and feed to deal with dandelions and clover.
AIn order to recommend a fertilizer for you, we will need to know what your lawn is lacking. We would recommend taking a soil sample to your master gardener to get it tested. Once you know exactly what your soil is lacking, we will be able to make a proper recommendation for you.